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Ontario’s West Coast Beer and Wine Tour

Cowbell Brewing Co.
40035 Blyth Road, Blyth

Stone House Brewing Company
76050 Parr Line, Varna

Square Brew
430 Parsons Court, Goderich

Last Hours on Earth Brewery
151 Main Street S., Seaforth

Dark Horse Estate Winery
70665 B Line, Grand Bend

Maelstrom Winery
78925 Sanctuary Line, Seaforth


Bad Apple Brewing Co. Ltd.
73463 Bluewater Hwy, Zurich
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EL Camino Maitland 2017
This year’s 2-day, 49 km hike along the entire Maitland Trail will take place over the weekend of September 23-24, 2017. Volunteers will be available each morning to shuttle you to your starting point, and then throughout the day at check points where you can have a few minutes to relax and refuel.

Volunteer Trimming the trails.
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Winter's coming but we're still open
 
"What can I do here in the winter time?" we have a 10 ready suggestions with this handy list.
1. Cross-country ski or snowshoe on any number of trails through county forests, cemeteries, abandoned railway corridors and portions of the Maitland Trail.
2. Bird and wildlife watch at Hullett Provincial Wildlife Area, a 2,200-hectare site along the South Maitland River. Day use on a self-guided basis.
3. Snowmobile the comprehensive system of professionally groomed and marked trails. Trail permits are mandatory.
4. Sample a Taste of Huron even in the wintertime. While farmers markets are closed and the soil hibernates, there are still some outlets open during the winter month. Check the listing in the travel guide for these gems.
5. Brush up on the local history the Huron County Museum in Goderich, with its permanent and temporary exhibits and the fabulous History Hall with storefronts and a locomotive. The Seaforth and Area Museum on the second floor of town hall is also open year round.
6. Get out of the cold and try your luck at the slot machines, at OLG Slots at Clinton Raceway, with more than 120 slot machines ranging from a penny to a dollar.
7. Discover the process that turns water into ice into a work of art during a 90-minute tour at Iceculture Inc. in Hensall. Tours must be booked in advance.
8. Seek out a treasure that's unique to Huron County, like leather from the Old Mill in Blyth pottery from Beachwood Pottery, 4 km north of St. Columban (by appointment).
9. Bring a bit of Huron County into the home with original artwork from Elizabeth's Art Gallery, Tinker's Studio or Goderich Co-op Gallery in Goderich.
10. Shop and dine in any of the small towns and villages that dot our rural landscape.
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A great article naming Goderich as one of the TOP 10 Canadian small towns to visit. Visit Goderich on Ontario's West Coast SOON!
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Visited the Lions Harbour Park in Goderich. One of the carvings completed after the tornado ripped through the park.
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Early morning visitor during breakfast.
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Memories Of a Vacation at the Lake
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Why Wild Turkeys are Sexy!
Spring at Port Albert is the secret ingredient.
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How Did Cottage Rules Become the Best? Find Out.
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“Ursa Major, the Great Bear” is this year’s Celtic Festival design by local artist Linda Wiebe.

The Goderich Celtic Festival is partnering with the Goderich BIA to bring the best of Celtic, roots, world and acoustic music to the outdoor performance stage during the week of the Celtic College, Aug. 3 to Aug. 6.
The Celtic Roots Festival is also partnering with the Goderich BIA in bringing Pennsylvania-based folk band Runa, a Festival favourite, to the Thursday evening BIA concert series on July 2.

For more information on the 2015 Festival lineup or on the Celtic College course offerings, visit www.celticfestival.ca
 
The Celtic College, now in its 21st year, brings world-renowned teachers and performers to Goderich to present a week of workshops and classes for ages 13 and up (the Celtic Kids Camp offers a week-long day camp for ages four to 12). Nearly 300 students of all ages and their families travel to Goderich each year to attend.
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