May 26, 2018 - May 27, 2018
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Millennium Lilac Trail
The Festival Market along the Millennial Trail is chock full of the work of local artists, artisans, writers and craftsmen.
Don’t miss the magic!
Anita Gutteridge is a local artist who paints on canvas using oil. Anita’s studio is in Colborne, Ontario. She also designs and paints on fabric using acrylic paint. She will be showing her fabric painting on pillows and other items at the festival.
Murray Gemmell of RECREATED creates wonderful repurposed jewellery, small wooden items and windchimes.
Erika Prentovitch of Red Witch Studio will be giving Tarot card readings and Bone readings too. She will have charms, ritual scents, decorative brooms and other ritual art for you to admire.
Steve Welch creates wooden cutting boards, handturned pens, kitchen utensils, game calls and cribbage boards
Spirit of the Hills Writers’ Group will be there, featuring Felicity Sidnell Reid with books for adults and children.
Morning Rain Publishing is a small press located in Cobourg, Ontario with a focus on Canadian writers and content. Their latest book, Journey of an Artist, is a posthumous autobiography by Warkworth artist John Ottewill. It follows his life from birth to death, highlighting his ability to embrace change and his enduring passion for art.
Nora and Jeff Stevens of Steven’s Pottery create unique and very functional pottery for your home and kitchen. Their works are dishwasher and microwave safe as well as being hand-crafted, unique and beautiful!
Kricklewood Farm is a “seed to bottle” cold pressed sunflower oil producer. They offer pure oil as well as flavour infused oils and bread dippers. Kricklewood Farm is north of Brockville with over 90 acres total devoted to sunflowers.
Campbellford Seymour Rug Hookers Guild will display their creations and offer demonstrations, advice and opportunities to join the Guild. The rug hookers meet every Mon afternoon from 1 till about 3.30 at the Presbyterian Church on Ranney Street S in Campbellford. All are welcome!