Apple Pie Baking Contest at Fall Harvest Festival

 

WHAT SAYS ‘HARVEST’ BETTER THAN ‘APPLE PIE’??

Do your friends tell you that your apple pie is the BEST EVER?

Do you use your grandmother’s AWARD WINNING apple pie recipe?

Do friends and family ALWAYS ASK FOR SECONDS of your apple pie?

ENTER THE 2nd ANNUAL TAGHUM HARVEST FESTIVAL APPLE PIE BAKING CONTEST

How to enter:

BRING TWO IDENTICAL APPLE PIES TO THE TAGHUM HARVEST FESTIVAL BY 12 NOON ON SUNDAY OCTOBER 15, ONE FOR JUDGING; ONE TO AUCTION OFF TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.

Judging will take place at 1 pm. Please label your pie on the bottom of the pie pan.

May the best pie win!!!

Weird Vegetable Contest at Fall Harvest Festival

Inspired by this year’s Harvest Festival poster, we are holding a Weird Vegetable Contest. Bring the strangest vegetable in your harvest to Taghum Hall on October 15th to be entered to win a mystery prize. If you didn’t harvest any weird vegetables, take an ordinary one and make it weird! Bonus points for creativity!  See our “Events” listings for more festival details.

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Watercolour Tuesdays!

As of October 10th, Taghum Hall’s watercolour painting sessions will be on  Tuesdays, from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm.

All ages welcome, and no previous watercolour painting experience is necessary.  This inclusive, friendly group gathers weekly to paint together and to inspire each other. There is no formal instruction, just peers coming together to enjoy creativity in the same space.

All painting supplies are available and provided at the Taghum Hall.  Drop in fee is $2 per session.  Come join us!

Watercolour paint is a very forgiving medium. Wet-on-wet, colours blend to create beautiful impressions with merging lines and soft contours. Beginners are often pleasantly surprised by the beauty and simplicity of their creations. Watercolour is easily portable and as such, often appeals to those who wish to experience painting in multiple settings.

A dynamic painting group gathers for “Watercolour Tuesdays” at the Taghum Hall from 10:00 am – 12:30 pm each week. These drop-in sessions include all supplies by small donation (suggested $2). Beginners are welcome, and the sessions are open to all ages. It is an informal, non-judgemental gathering, where people happily paint, exchange tips and encouragements.  Taghum Hall is the perfect setting for watercolour with the beautiful natural light and gorgeous views outside the hall’s large windows. Hope to see you at the next “Watercolour Tuesday”!