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24th Annual Port Perry Antique & Nostalgia Show & Sale

Scugog Community Centre 1655 Reach Street, Port Perry

The Port Perry Antique Show will take place at the Scugog Community Centre on October 22nd & 23rd. Admission $5 and is good for both days. Over 27 dealers from around Ontario will be on hand selling their wares. All proceeds support LSHS projects.

$5.00
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Codrington Farmers’ Market

2992 County Rd. 30 2992 County Rd. 30, Codrington

We have a full slate of vendors this year. Choose from a variety of locally-grown products, and enjoy delicious snacks from our bakers and Harry’s Hots food cart. This year, we have invited more artisans to join us.

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The Quilt as Art I will be silent no more

2Gallery 256 Main Street, Picton

2gallery is thrilled to announce a solo exhibition by Prince Edward County’s master quiltmaker Bill Stearman. Entitled, The Quilt as Art I will be silent no more, this exhibition demonstrates why Stearman is not content simply creating beautiful fabric works that provide warmth. His pieces are political and cultural statements that challenge preconceived notions.