BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF –
Presented by Home Accents Emporium, Feversham & Split Rail Artists, Art Fair in the Garden is a community art fair, vintage car show and BBQ. It will be the second annual show of its kind at the Home Accents Emporium location.
Featuring numerous local artists, a silversmith, antique jewelry creations and pottery in a park-like setting with meandering paths and forest canopies, the event takes place this Canada Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, July 1 and 2 from 10am - 5pm daily.
Inside the store, browse giftware, tableware and chinaware and canadiana galore in Tippy Canoe right next door. The patio will also be open where visitors can enjoy a biscotti and coffee on the deck.
The Canada Day parade starts at 11am.
Home Accents Emporium is located at 115 Wellington Street in Feversham, just off of Grey Road 2.
The artwork shown above is an original landscape by Richard McNaughton, one of the artists featured.
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