Lambton Fall Colour & Craft Festival 2019

Grand Bend, ON – The annual Lambton Fall Colour & Craft Festival returns to Lambton Heritage Museum on Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20, 2019.

This year, the festival will take place in one convenient location on the Lambton Heritage Museum property, just south of Grand Bend. Over 75 exhibitors will be setup with an array of products available including alpaca textiles, woodworking, organic body care, home fragrances, jewelry, pottery, pastries, preserves, and seasonal handcrafted décor that is sure to inspire!

New this year, family friendly activities will be taking place throughout the weekend including a bouncy castle, face painting, fall crafts, live music, and food trucks! Your family will also have a chance to meet the historical character Mr. Tudhop in his cozy 1850s pioneer cabin.

For a list of vendors and more information visit lambtonmuseums.ca/fallcolour, or call Lambton Heritage Museum at 519-243-2600. The Fall Colour and Craft Festival is the largest fundraiser at the Museum each year.  Proceeds from the show support many aspects of the Museum operation including a variety of activities and programs offered throughout the year.

This event draws over 4,000 visitors each year and is held annually on the weekend following Thanksgiving. Admission is $5 for adults, seniors, and students, while children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. The festival is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days.

Festival visitors can also take in the annual Poinsettia Holiday Shopping Tour in the Northville/Port Franks area. The Shopping Tour includes a tearoom operated by the Ausable Port Franks Optimist Club in the Port Franks Community Centre.

Lambton Heritage Museum is entrusted with the care of over 25,000 historic artifacts, photographs and documents which preserve the history of Lambton County. Situated on a 30 acre parcel across from Pinery Provincial Park, the museum maintains five historic buildings, two display buildings and one main exhibition centre, as well as visitor amenities including the 1 km Woodland Heritage Trail. Throughout its 40 year history, Lambton Heritage Museum has evolved from a collection of collections, to a key repository, safeguard and educator of Lambton’s material heritage.

For more information on Lambton Heritage Museum, visit www.heritagemuseum.ca or follow the museum on Facebook.

Please contact:

Amy Fennell
Marketing and Events Coordinator, Lambton Heritage Museum
County of Lambton
519-243-2600 ext. 3152
amy.fennell@county-lambton.on.ca

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