ALAS Dufferin is a day program for adults with developmental differences. It is our mission to provide therapeutic, recreational and volunteer opportunities to our participants and our vision to create an inclusive community where all can participate and have their voices heard. ALAS is a day program that gives back. In addition to activities like swimming, art, yoga, horseback riding, gardening and day trips, we volunteer with 8 other local non profits. Whether it is volunteering at the Restore, making soup for the Lighthouse or cleaning up the trails at Island Lake we all lend a hand! All proceeds from fundraising go DIRECTLY into programs and services.
Create one of a kind fashion statement pieces to bring your wardrobe to the next level.
Fernstone Naturals creates beautiful products sourcing local beeswax. From candles to lip balm to wood wax, beeswax cloths for food wrap and candles!
Ontario Honey Creations
Ontario Honey Creations is a family owned and operated business in Headwaters that is dedicated to providing seasonal terroir honey and artisan honey vinegars.
Our honey bee yards are located throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Our honey is harvested by season and location, highlighting the unique taste of each location.
The Knot and the Needle
The Knot & Needle is a small, local business based out of Shelburne, ON. The owner, Tanya kobayashi, tried out macrame a year ago and it quickly became a passion. Soon after, she also learned to weave and now enjoys integrating macrame and weaving into her pieces. The Knot & Needle sells plant hangers, wall hangings and other knotted goods! Custom orders are welcome!
Hand crafted wood working. Recycled materials made into new and unique items for your home. Eclectic shelving units and handy household accents.
Loops & Lattes Hiking Guides
Not just books, these essential pieces of hiking equipment, keep you on track and suggest places to follow up your hike with lunch, ice cream or a frothy latte.
Both Caledon Hikes: Loops & Lattes and Halton Hikes: Loops & Lattes describe 37 loop routes that will appeal to casual walkers as well as seasoned hikers. The loops all begin and conveniently end at the same location so no need to drop a car or retrace one’s footsteps.
Ranging in length from about 3 kilometres to about 25 kilometres, each loop route is accompanied by a detailed map, precise directions, loads of colour photos, a smattering of local lore and great ideas about where to get lunch, a snack or a creamy latte.
Mary Scattergood Designs
Mary Scattergood was born in Somerset, England March 16th, 1946. Her family emigrated to Canada in 1948 and took up residence in Toronto. Kleinburg was her home for many years, but she now lives in Purple Hill in Orangeville, with her husband Gary, son Ben and mini Yorkie, Zoe. Their daughter and her husband live nearby with her three beautiful grandchildren.
Mary spent many happy hours at The McMichael Art Gallery teaching her children an appreciation of art. On Sundays they listened to stories told by A.Y. Jackson sitting on the big oval braided rug.She comes from a creative family with her Grandfather being a well known and respected lace designer in Nottingham at the turn of the last century. Mary spent her youth working with her father, a highly respected cabinet maker, and was responsible for many of their furniture designs. Read more....