Living Locally Fair

Thank you for making the 2016 Living Locally Fair a huge success!

 

Hope to see you in 2017!

Saturday, January 21st, 2017

 

St. Thomas Aquinas High School

1211 South Russell Road

Russell, Ontario

local producers and community groups

hot lunch available · coffee and tea · FREE to attend

Donations to the Food Bank will be gratefully accepted.

Exhibitors

There are businesses of all kinds as well as community groups and local government organizations. Here are some of the ones that were there in 2016.

 

 

A Little Taste of Heaven

Academie du  Gourmet Academy

Against the Grain

Agape Gardens

Alpaca Tracks T(h)read Lightly

Arc Acres

Baby Retreadz

Barkley’s Apples

Bea Bread

Bear Brook Game Meats

Best of Holly

Beyond The House Garden & Floral Design

Black Walnut Bakery

Blue Dot Movement

Blue Shoes Honey

Brabant Alpaca Ranch

Brainy Bird Creations

Busy Bee Beeswax

Buzzz Honey Products

CAB Art

Canaan Rd. Farms

Canadian Organic Growers

Cannaweave

Carleton Mushroom

Castor River Farms

Chickadilly Studio

Curves

Deborah Risto

Delast Pillow by Deborah Ladouceur

Demflaming Candles

Diversi Tea

Donnelly Rustics

Dump the Dump

Early Learning Kinder Care

Earthly Essentials

Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network

Elegance in Wood

Elisabeth’s Llama Ranch

Empress Energy

Ferme Excalibur Farm

Food Activated

Forest Row Shetlands

Four B Farms

Friends of the Library

Fromagerie Montebello

Garland Sugar Shack

Genuine Girard

Glorious Life

Good Neighbours Food Bank, Embrun

Gordz Hot Sauce

Greta’s Organic Gardens

Growing Up Organic

Hali Essentials

Hawk Hill Farm

Heirloom Inspirations

Heritage Livestock Club of Eastern Ontario

J3 Fashions

Jack’s Fudge

John Benn & Barbara Carlson

K. D. Beckett, Metis Author

Karberry Farm

Keifro Wild Boar Meat Farm

Kin Club

King’s Creek Garlic

Koaino Soap/Savons Koaino

Kricklewood Farm

L & J Premium Foods

La Bergerie des Sable

Lambrose Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Larrone Crafts and Gardening

Le Saladier/Jamar Farms

Les Seaux GADI

Lucy Crafts

Marie Louise Soapery

Marvelville Community Club

McCullough Fine Foods

Meadow Greens Nursery

Milkhouse Cheese & Dairy

Moose Creek Hats

Mystical Skais

Norwex Enviro Products

Osgoode Museum

Owl’s Nest

Pannadale Popcorn

Pascale’s All Natural Ice Cream

Phoebes Ferments

Phyllis’ Home Baking

Pink Soap Works

Pinnacle Haven Lamb

Poppa Bean Coffee Roastery

RAPA

Rebecca Menard

Recycle Chic

Roadapple Ranch, Drug Free Foods

Rolls & Roti

Rosie’s Fudge

Russell & District Horticultural Society

Russell Agricultural Society

Russell Children’s Ballet School

Russell Historical Society

Russell Lions Club

Russell Meadows Retirement Community

Russell Township

Seaway Valley Soups

Sew Wright Sistahs

Sherry Black Garden Art

Sillohette Art by Deborah Lyall

Snell House Foods

South Nation Conservation

Stephanie’s Wool

Sunsational Soaps

Susan Potter Photographic Restoration

Sweet Treats in Time

Swiss Farmer Bakery

Take Charge Tea

The Plaid Raccoon

The Russell Public Library

The Unrefined Olive

The Wash Shop

The Watershed Weavery

Things Made

Thomas Treasures

Trillium Meadows

Trinkets & Thyme

Trinkets & Treasurers

Twice Upon a Find

Twilight Silver

Two Hammers - Pat Taylor & Brenda Toews

Upper Canada Creamery

Wild on Wood

Wooleh

Woolly Rideau

Yoga in Russell

For more information you can email Lindley McPhail or telephone her at 613-445-0754.

The Living Locally Fair is brought to you by the Russell and District Horticultural Society in partnership with St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School.

© 2016 Russell & District Horticultural Society