Upcoming Events: PeterboroughOct 23rd, 2020
Fall is here and the leaves are changing which means it’s your last chance to enjoy farmer’s markets, harvest festivals and of course, Halloween! If you’re wondering what sort of fall fun is going on around town this month then you’ll like this!
The 45th Annual Hand of Man
When: Oct. 30th - Nov. 1st
Where: Morrow Building, 155 Lansdowne St. W. Peterborough
Do you like handcrafted art from local artisans? then this three-day event is just for you!. Featuring works from over a hundred artists from across Ontario including woodwork, baking, sewing, pottery and a whole lot more. Admission is $3 and goes to support local charities.
Millbrook Farmers' Market
When: Oct. 25th 10AM- 4PM
Where: Old Millbrook School parking lot, 1 Dufferin Street
If you like great organically grown food then this is the event for you. Featuring farm-fresh meat, dairy, produce maple syrup, wine and even local crafts this farmer’s market should have a little something for everyone. Hurry up and check it out because the 25th is the last weekend of the season!
Blue Moon Harvest Festival
When: Oct .17th-24th 1PM-4PM
Where: Warkworth Market at the Mews
Here’s another great opportunity to sate your appetite for farm-fresh eats. Hosted by the Percy Agricultural Society. This event features all the great vendors you have come to expect from a harvest festival; and they've also added a new twist to this one. Thanks to a donation from the Percy Agricultural Society a sampling of farm-fresh takeout meals will be available to showcase some of the local meat, dairy and produce and of course, taste delicious!
Haunted Halloween for Kids
When: Oct 30th/31st
Where: Hutchison House Museum
Looking for something fun to do with the kids for Halloween? Then head over to the Hutchinson House for some spooky fun for both kids and adults. Take a tour and grab some fun crafts and treats while you explore! Costumes are encouraged and due to COVID-19 regulations, advance registration is required.
There’s a lot going on around town this month beyond what we’ve shared here. Don’t miss out on all the great fun this month because once the snows really hit it’ll be a lot harder to find a good harvest festival.