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Twelve Trees

Twelve Trees – PEC’s newest waterfront community

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Twelve Trees – PEC’s newest waterfront community

Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario in Wellington, Twelve Trees is being billed as Prince Edward County’s premium waterfront community. Made up of a combination of boutique-style condominium suites and townhomes, this little piece of heaven combines an unsurpassed location with sophisticated architectural design.

Glass-railed balconies and terraces, as well as a roof-top patio, provide a bird’s eye view of parkland and the lake. Within the community, residents have access to an elegant lobby, a sky-lit party room, a fully equipped fitness room, secure underground parking and manicured grounds.

A solid reputation

Building on a strong foundation of 60 years of excellence, Royalcliff Homes has created a lasting legacy. A dedication to uncompromising quality, as well as outstanding customer service, has awarded them an enviable reputation. They have been well-recognized by more than 3,000 buyers in Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Aurora and other southern Ontario areas.

The condos

Now available for pre-construction purchase, Royalcliff presents their exclusive collection of 36 Lake Ontario waterfront condominiums at Twelve Trees. Choose from 30 luxurious suites. Each space is meticulously designed with sleek, modern features. This boutique-style, three-level building provides an intimate oasis with the indulgences of upscale living.

In order to take full advantage of the sweeping views, large windows and natural light were a high priority in the architectural design. The handsome, exterior facade complements the established neighbourhood in which it is a part of.

The townhomes

Gracious floorplans are evident on the six townhome designs. These homes possess a wonderful balance of charm and innovation. Spacious interiors provide oversized windows with park perspectives, private garages, and full, walk-out lower levels.

The village of Wellington

Prince Edward County is known for its artistic soul, its fabulous wineries and local history. The village of Wellington is a hot spot for tourists, with quaint boutiques, galleries, fine dining, beaches and boardwalks. An extensive network of amenities are also available, as well as golf, water sports, live theatre, and the arts and millennium trails.

Meet friends for a coffee, or visit the historic library and farmers’ market. Come evening, explore a host of dining options, including East & Main, Pomodoro and the trendy Drake Devonshire. Enjoy a simpler way of life at Twelve Trees in Wellington.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Twelve Trees is located at at 411 Main Street in Wellington, Ontario.

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Prince Edward County an island escape just east of Toronto

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Prince Edward County an island escape just east of Toronto

Prince Edward County (PEC) is known as that special gem that sparkles with art, food, wine and beaches on Lake Ontario’s northeastern shore. Enterprising people, with creative sensibilities, have turned the County into a wonderful destination in which to live, and to visit.

Waupoos Estates Winery
Waupoos Estates Winery

LIBATIONS EXTRAORDINAIRE

The County is garnering a highly respected reputation for their award-winning wineries, craft beers and ciders. PEC received it’s DVA (Designated Viticultural Area) designation in 2007. Always known for the quality of its agricultural products, it’s now the fastest growing region in Ontario with more than 40 wineries in the area, including Hillier Creek Estates & Winery, Waupoos Estates Winery and Sandbanks Estate Winery.

Canoeing, Cruising Canoes
Canoeing, Cruising Canoes

At Kinsip House of Fine Spirits, sip from a wide range of offerings, and hangout at the farm with its heritage hops barn and funky chickens. The County Cider Company has some of the best views in the area, as well as some of the finest cider.

At Littlejohn Farm, you can book accommodation for a unique farm-stay experience. Wine tours and workshops are also available. You might want to try; Butchery and an Introduction to Charcuterie.

MAKING A SPLASH

This municipality in southern Ontario is best known for its beaches and towering limestone cliffs. Sandbanks Provincial Park is the most popular with its white sand beaches, sand dunes and clear blue water. North Beach Provincial Park is a smaller version, and there’s no overnight camping at this location.

Located in the heart of Wellington, is Wellington Rotary Public Beach. Here, parking is free and a boardwalk lines the beach.

Wellington Museum
Wellington Museum

ARTISIC EXPRESSION

Prince Edward County is a creative hotspot for artists of varied genres. Painters, potters, jewellers, textile and glass artisans are inspired by the County’s rolling countryside, sandy beaches, and verdant vineyards. Find one-of-a-kind art treasures on The Arts Trail, the PEC Studio Tour and the Barn Quilt Tour.

Visit the inspiring sculpture garden at Oeno Gallery. The Sybil Frank Gallery features fine art ranging from landscapes to contemporary pieces. Join a creative workshop or become an artist-in-residence at Spark Box Studio.

Kinsip Distillery
Kinsip Distillery

CALLING ALL BIRDERS

The Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory (PEPtBO) is a resting place for migratory birds working their way across Lake Ontario. The observatory is open to visitors in the spring and in the fall.

Point Petre Wildlife Conservation Area is also known as one of Canada’s best bird sighting areas.

Bird House City encompasses 100 miniature reproductions of local buildings. Take a walk on the 20 kilometres of maintained trails.

Painting at Point Petre
Painting at Point Petre

PAST SECRETS

Historic walking tours of Picton are offered by History Lives Here Inc. The 1830 Macaulay House can be found in Macaulay Heritage Park, as well as the Church of St. Mary Magdalene (now a museum), and the beautiful Heritage Gardens. The home belonged to Reverend William Macaulay, son of a United Empire Loyalist, who donated most of the land on which Picton is now situated. A new escape room is to open soon at Macaulay House, and Graveyard & Gallow Tours are held at Macaulay Heritage Park during the summer months.

The Regent Theatre in Picton is a rare example of an Edwardian opera house. Toronto architects, Warrington and Page, transformed an 80-year old former warehouse into a movie theatre. It opened on November 2nd, 1918 and a ticket cost .25 cents. Further renovations made room for live theatre in 1922. Hard times led to the closure of The Regent in 1980, but it reopened in 1992 with a limited schedule. Major renovations in 2010 included an enhanced sound system, digital cinema and comfortable seating.

Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards and Estate Winery
Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards and Estate Winery

A FOODIE’S PARADISE

Flame + Smith, in Bloomfield, embraces the exciting art of wood-fire cooking. Stella’s Eatery and Jackson’s Falls are both Indigenous-inspired restaurants. Chef Chris Byrne and Tamara Segal host forage- and plantbased pop-ups throughout the year.

Take a self-guided Taste Trail tour of sustainable farms, wineries, cafes and restaurants. In celebration of fine dining with prix fixe menus, Countylicious is held in April and November.

Photography, courtesy of Prince Edward County

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Briarwood Development Group

Building Forward – Briarwood Development Group

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Building Forward – Briarwood Development Group

Leading the way as one of Ontario’s foremost names in the new home building industry is Briarwood Development Group. Focusing on building liveable, and sustainable, environments, Briarwood is dedicated to creating distinctive landmark communities throughout Ontario.

Specific locations are carefully chosen in order to take advantage of the natural elements that are unique to each property. Prior to developing, extensive planning and research help to determine the appropriate style of housing for a specific demographic. In addition, the surrounding attributes are factored in, including parks, public spaces and amenities. Beautiful streetscapes complete the overall look for a welcoming home environment.

Committed to excellence

Under the guidance of the president and CEO of Briarwood, Enzo DiGiovanni, the team that supports each element of the homebuilding process are dedicated to providing the best possible product. This involves meticulous attention to detail, as well as personal pride for a job well done. From your first visit to the sales centre, you’ll feel like you’ve formed a true partnership with the specialized staff at Briarwood. During each step of the homebuilding process, you’ll be guided through various selection processes – from the floorplan that best suits your family, to the exterior and interior finishes that ultimately make your house a home.

More than sixty years ago, DiGiovanni’s family immigrated to Canada from Italy, and he admits to spending a good part of his life on a construction site. “I have been fortunate to have an experienced history in a number of building trades,” says DiGiovanni. “And, I was taught to master the artistry that goes along with them.”

For more than 30 years, Briarwood has fine tuned the craft of homebuilding. Refining old-world techniques, along with modern innovations, Briarwood ensures that they use the most up-to-date materials and improved methods of construction.

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Coming soon to Stayner is Briarwood’s newest family focused community. Open-concept layouts are perfect for entertaining, or preparing, and sharing, a meal together. Not only are these homes decked out with the newest features and finishes, but the positioning of this community is accessible to a plethora of amenities. Detached homes, on 50-foot lots, start in the mid $400,000s.

Connected urban community

Milton has been waiting for the release of these park-side condos and towns. This master-planned community will feature a stunning collection of condominiums and townhomes, starting from the $400,000s. Escarpment views and tranquil urban gardens will enhance this little piece of heaven, and surrounding amenities offer everything one could need – or want.

Young’s Cove

Now open in Prince Edward County is the waterfront community of Young’s Cove. Meticulously planned to take advantage of the natural highlights, bungalows and two-storey designs are priced from the mid $400,000s. In addition to 7,000 feet of shoreline, Young’s Cove abuts protected wetlands and hundreds of acres of natural forest. Here, residents are able to find comfort and serenity. Inventory homes are also available in completed communities.

Gracious, open-concept designs are bright and airy.
Gracious, open-concept designs are bright and airy.

Personally motivated

Briarwood is dedicated to the inclusion of complementary housing styles in urban areas. From spacious singles, to condos and towns, they ensure that remarkable living spaces are created at price points that offer exceptional value. “I am completely hands on, ensuring my personal involvement and my total commitment to quality,” says DiGiovanni. “It’s in my DNA.”

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Twelve Trees Condominiums

Twelve Trees Condominiums

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Twelve Trees Condominiums

Prince Edward County’s newest waterfront address

Twelve Trees Condominium, by Royalcliff Homes, features boutique suites and townhomes on the shores of Lake Ontario in Wellington. Sophisticated architectural designs incorporate expansive, glass-railed balconies and terraces. Spectacular Lake Ontario and park views can be taken in from the sun-kissed rooftop terrace. An elegant lobby, a well-equipped fitness room, a sky-lit party room and park-like grounds, as well as secure underground parking, are all fashioned to evoke a permanent sense of place.

A SOLID REPUTATION

Building on a strong foundation of 50 years of excellence, Royalcliff Homes focuses on creating communities of uncompromising quality, in unique surroundings. In addition to outstanding customer service, they are dedicated to superior craftsmanship, attention to detail and innovative floorplans. Royalcliff is also committed to delivering excellence, and peace of mind, to their new home buyers.

More than 3,000 home purchasers in Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon and Aurora appreciate their dedicated efforts. And now, Royalcliff presents the opportunity for pre-construction purchases at their exclusive collection of 36 boutique waterfront condominiums on Lake Ontario.

Suites range in size from 950 to more than 3,000 square feet at Twelve Trees Condominiums in Prince Edward County. Here, Royalcliff has merged breathtaking views with meticulously designed living spaces. Architectural details emphasize natural light, to take in the best views of water, park and sky. The three-level, boutique building is designed on an intimate scale, with indulgences crafted for connoisseurs of upscale, urban living. Its handsome profile blends seamlessly into the established neighbourhood.

In addition to the boutique suites, six townhomes, ranging from 2,150 to 2,380 square feet, were designed with relaxed luxury in mind. Attractive, gabled exterior elevations complement the village streetscape, and the generous floorplans are extended with entertainment terraces. Spacious interiors include oversized windows with park perspectives, as well as full, walk-out lower levels and private garages.

CHERISHED COUNTY FAVOURITE

Lakeside living is a way of life in Prince Edward County, as are quaint village destinations. Wellington is a popular tourist stop. In addition to boutiques, galleries and fine dining, the area is also known for the Arts Trail, the Festival Players live theatre, the Millennium trail, waterfront parks, beaches and boardwalks.

Here, life slows to more-relaxed pace. Villagers meet for a cappuccino, to pick up a loaf of artisan bread at the farmers’ market, or to just poke around the historic library or local art galleries. Come evening, there are many culinary rich, locally sourced dining options.

Tasteful design elements, along with an unsurpassed location, will define Prince Edward County’s exquisite new address – Twelve Trees Condominiums.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Presentation Centre is located at 411 Main Street, Wellington, Prince Edward Country.

800.303.1044 / twelvetreeswellington.ca


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Twelve Trees Condominiums

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Twelve Trees Condominiums

Royalcliff Homes introduces Prince Edward County’s Ultimate Waterfront Address

Life is yours to celebrate in Wellington, where the lake meets the sky and a refreshing breeze brings waves of revitalization. Twelve Trees Condominium boutique Suites and Town Homes on the shore of Lake Ontario in Wellington are the epitome of space, design and unsurpassed location.

Sophisticated contemporary architectural design incorporates expansive glass railed balconies and terraces, a sun-kissed rooftop terrace with superlative Lake Ontario and park views, an equipped fitness room, elegant lobby, sky-lit party room, park-like grounds, and secure underground parking, all fashioned to evoke your sense of place.

Royalcliff Homes Building on a Strong Foundation

Royalcliff Homes enjoys the enviable reputation of uncompromising quality and outstanding service. Building on a strong foundation of 50 years of excellence, Royalcliff Homes has created a legacy in unique surroundings in vibrant flourishing communities, integrating dedication to quality craftsmanship, meticulous attention to detail, innovative floor plans, and incomparable beauty. Royalcliff Homes surpasses the expectations of its new homebuyers, delivering excellence and peace of mind.

The dedicated efforts of this master builder have been recognized by over 3000 buyers in Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon and Aurora areas. Now available for pre-construction purchase, Royalcliff presents their exclusive collection of 36 boutique waterfront condominiums on Lake Ontario — Twelve Trees Condominiums in Prince Edward County.

Thirty luxurious suites merge breathtaking views and meticulously designed living spaces with sleek modern features. Suites range from 950 square feet to over 3,000 square feet. The three-level boutique building is designed on an intimate scale with indulgences crafted for connoisseurs of upscale urban living. Architecturally emphasizing natural light, positioned to capture sweeping views of water, park and sky, its handsome profile blends seamlessly into the established neighbourhood.

Six Town Homes designed for relaxed luxury with 2,150 to 2,380 square feet of finished living space strike the perfect synergy between modern design and small town charm. Attractive gabled exterior elevations compliment the Village streetscape. Spacious interiors provide oversized windows with park perspectives, private garages, and full walk-out lower levels. Entertainment terraces live like outdoor rooms, while generous floor plans flow effortlessly for ease of entertaining.

Indulge in Small Scale Urban Living

Lakeside Living is yours to experience in Prince Edward County, a community defined by history and vibrancy. Wellington enjoys its well deserved reputation as a hot-spot tourist destination bursting with boutiques, galleries, the Arts Trail, Festival Players live theatre, casual and fine dining, nightlife, library, places of worship, golfing, a waterfront parks, its Millennium trail, beaches and boardwalks.

Stroll to the Village to meet friends for a cappuccino, to gather fresh vegetables or artisan bread at the farmers market, and visit the historic library for the latest good read, or enjoy a tour of the local art galleries.

Evenings bring promise of a host of dining options in the culinary rich neighbourhood, including favourites such as East & Main, The Courage and the trendy Drake Devonshire. Perhaps follow up with a cocktail and jazz performance at The Stache Lounge or a starlit stroll on the beach boardwalk!

Visit the Presentation Centre, located at 411 Main Street in Wellington.

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Editor's Choice: Fourteen Estates

Editor’s Choice: Fourteen Estates

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Editor’s Choice: Fourteen Estates

Eden Park in Clarington combines modern design with innovative high-performance construction

An exciting new concept in luxury living is coming to the picturesque Clarington countryside in the eastern GTA. Eden Park is an enclave of 28 estate-size lots with energy-efficient homes in Newtonville, a rural village located close to the urban amenities of Bowmanville and the historic charm of Port Hope and Cobourg.

For this ground-breaking development, award-winning builder Fourteen Estates of Ajax sought out Bone Structure, a leader in sustainable construction with its steel-frame houses, to create Eden Park’s innovative contemporary residences. The homes will be Net Zero Ready, potentially saving homeowners up to 90 per cent in energy costs.

Fourteen Estates is well known as a builder of high-end custom homes in exclusive locations, but the company is expanding its focus.

“We will always do high-end custom homes but we are branching into high-tech engineered homes and Eden Park will be our transition into this market,” said Fourteen Estates president Shawn Rondeau. “We are very excited about this site.”

“This is likely the first modern design and high-performance subdivision of its kind in Ontario,” says Marc Bovet, founder and CEO for Bone Structure. “The homes will have large open spaces and be very energy efficient, thanks to our high-performance building envelope and patented steel structure construction system.”

With Bone Structure providing the building system for Eden Park, the precision-designed homes will be completed in a much shorter time frame than with conventional construction methods. With few load-bearing walls, the steel-structure homes facilitate expansive open-concept spaces and can easily accommodate future additions or reconfiguration of spaces.

Cassidy & Co. Architectural Technologists, Ontario leaders in new home residential design, collaborated with Bone Structure’s design team to create home designs that are contemporary yet classic, with generous windows, neutral tones and contemporary long board, stone and brick detailing inspired by nature. The homes will be rich in the fine details and superior craftsmanship that Fourteen Estates has built its reputation on.

The homes will incorporate the best available non-toxic building materials available. And the steel structure is resistant to rot or mould and is fully recyclable.

With lots three-quarter of an acre or larger in size and layouts from 2,600 to 3,700 square feet, the homes are ideal for growing families. Eden Park’s location just north of Highway 401 makes for easy commuting. The site is less than 10 minutes east of the village of Newcastle, which has pharmacies, grocery stores, coffee shops and restaurants.

Eden Park will also appeal to baby boomers looking for a quiet yet comfortable lifestyle; a bungalow design is among the plans on offer for those scaling down.

Homeowners can enjoy all that the municipality of Clarington has to offer with its blend of urban amenities and rural flavour. It has villages and towns with quaint main streets, farmers’ markets, craft breweries, parks, trails, golf courses, marinas and many annual festivals.

Eden Park is within minutes of Northumberland County, where visitors can enjoy the history and culture of Port Hope, spend a day at Cobourg’s famous beach, or hike, bike, horseback ride or cross-country ski the 11,000 acres of the Ganaraska Forest. Prince Edward County’s popular wine country is just over an hour away.

“The community of Eden Park has been created by a team of like-minded experts that is not afraid to push the envelope to bring a new level of design innovation to the residential home industry,” says Mark Wadden of Blue Elephant Group Inc., the company overseeing the sales and marketing for the project. “The integrity and reputation of Fourteen Estates provides the assurance that those who choose to live here can feel confident that they have chosen an exceptional home.”

EDEN PARK

The Sales Centre is open by appointment only. Register online to receive more information.

647.668.3695
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Model Home Feature: Young's Cove on Lake Ontario

Model Home Feature: Young’s Cove on Lake Ontario

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Model Home Feature: Young’s Cove on Lake Ontario

Exceptionally crafted, open-concept homes in a one-of-a-kind community.

Overlooking Lake Ontario, Young’s Cove of Prince Edward County by Briarwood Homes, offers new home buyers inspirational choices. Elegant designs include two-storey models, bungalows, and bungalows with lofts, on 65- or 150-foot lots.

Models that are situated on 150-foot lots benefit from gorgeous green space or lake-side views. For those built on a 65-foot lot, parklands and forests are part of the extended landscape. Luxury homes are priced from the mid $400s and include built-in amenities, such as a zen park, a children’s water park and natural pathways that run through wetlands, fields and forests, in addition to 7,000 feet of sustainable shoreline. Shops and services are easily accessible in both Brighton and Trenton, and the amazing dunes at Sandbanks Provincial Park are close by.

Built to Briarwood’s exceptional standards, two models are currently open for viewing. Optional finishes and open-concept interiors are featured on both the 3,727-square-foot Northpoint and the 2,717-square-foot Glenora.

Secure a piece of paradise, as well as a fabulous new-home investment, at Young’s Cove of Prince Edward County, by Briarwood Homes.

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The model homes are located at 2247 County Road 64 West and are open from noon to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and on weekends from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

866.962.5264
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Travel Ontario – Prince Edward County

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Travel Ontario – Prince Edward County

By Cece Scott www.cecescott.com

Photography, courtesy of Prince Edward County

Prince Edward County is rich in artistic expression, pioneer museums, outdoor activities and gastronomic delights. An easy two hour drive from Toronto, this area includes the communities of Picton, Bloomfield and Wellington. Affectionately referred to as The County, there’s a definite atmosphere that distinguishes it from other destinations. This all-encompassing island offers up a host of experiences, including hiking, cycling, wine touring (and tasting), camping, boating, museums and culinary dining adventures.

Historical Reflections

Prince Edward County was founded by Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe in 1792, and was named ather the fourth son of King George III – Prince Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent. Visitors can connect with The County’s historical roots by visiting one of several museums in the area.

The Wellington Heritage Museum is a Quaker Meeting House that dates back to 1885. The Quakers played a key role in the County’s development. Due to the temperate climate of The County, growing produce has always been a key ingredient to the area. At one time there were 75 canning factories in PEC, which is highlighted in the Douglas A. Crawford Collection.

The Rose House Museum, dating to the early 1800s, was settled by several generations of the Rose family, who were amongst the first Marysburgh settlers.

Ameliasburgh Heritage Village dates back to 1868, and showcases a museum, a log cabin, an operational blacksmith shop, a sap shanty, a dairy and beekeeping buildings, along with the Goldie Corliss 18 foot flywheel steam engine. When it’s time for a mid-afternoon break, visit a village highlight – Amelia’s Tea Room.

Reverend William Macaulay was the son of a United Empire Loyalist, who donated most of the land for the town that he personally named Picton. As part of Macaulay Heritage Park, you can visit the Macaulay House that was built in 1830, as well as the Heritage Garden and the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, which is now a museum.

The Mariners Park Museum features a unique collection of treasures salvaged from the shipwrecks that the roiling waters surrounding Prince Edward County fostered.

One of many art studios

Ameliasburgh Heritage Village

On-tap craft beers are a County favourite.

A Birder’s Paradise

Point Petre Wildlife Conservation Area is known to birders as one of Canada’s best birding sight areas. It’s an important stopover for black ducks, wood ducks, lesser and greater scaups, blue and green-winged teals, hooded mergansers, and buffleheads. It’s also a great area for picnics, swimming and watching the sun set.

The Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory, (PEPtBO), is a bird migration station that bands up to 15,000 birds of more than 120 species each year. The Observatory is open to visitors during the the spring and fall.

Bird House City encompasses 100 miniature reproductions of local buildings. Take a walk on 20 kilometres of maintained trails – ideal for hiking, biking and cross country skiing.

Culinary Arts

The County is garnering a highly respected reputation for their award winning vineyards, as well as craft beers and ciders. It’s the fastest growing wine region in Ontario, with close to 40 wineries, including Hillier Creek Estates & Winery, Waupoos Estates Winery and Sandbanks Estate Winery.

To complement your wine tasting, check out Picton’s Great Canadian Cheese Festival, (TGCCF). On June 3rd and 4th, you can taste test more than 150 varieties of milk cheeses from cows, sheeps, goats and water buffalos, in addition to artisan food products.

For a gastronomic treat, plan to attend one of Jamie Kennedy’s Saturday evening Dinner Series, which run from May 20th to October 7th, on his farm in Hillier. Kennedy, of JK Wine Bar, JK ROM, and Gilead Café + Wine Bar fame, offers up a feast of organic delights, sparkling wine and canapes in his rustic, renovated barn. Be sure to check out the cover story on Jamie Kennedy in the July/August issue of Active Life.

Saturday dinner series at Jamie Kennedy’s Hillier farm. Photo By: Jo Dickins

Bird migration observatory station. Photo By: Terry Sprague

Creative Pursuits

After an afternoon of imbibing, get some exercise on one of the many trails in The County. The 49-kilometre Millennium Trail starts in Carrying Place and winds throughout The County to Picton. Quinte Conservation Trails meander through the parks within the Quinte Conservation areas.

For a fun evening, check out the Regent Theatre, an intact Edwardian opera house that features free family movies on the last Sunday of each month.

Prince Edward County is a creative hotspot for artists of varied genres, including painters, textile artists, potters, jewelers, fashion and glass artisans. Visitors flock to the The Arts Trail, the PEC Studio Tour and the Barn Quilt Tour.

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