It has been more than two years since butter tart lovers have converged on the Town of Midland to savour thousands of butter tarts and the town is looking forward to welcoming everyone back on June 11.
The first festival was held in June 2013, and
JSGB thanks Amanda Swick and the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre for letting us know about the guided hikes and canoe and kayak tours available. Photos contributed by Wye Marsh.
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the weather is warming. Summer days are fast approaching!
Vetta Nordic Spa has been hosting Date Night for the last few weeks, offering 2 hours to enjoy the spa and then an “Experience the Taste of Vetta”, through their fine dining restaurant called Koivu on the entrance level to the spa. The final event
JSGB thanks Amanda Swick and the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre for this great reminder about the fragility of our turtle populations. Photos contributed by Wye Marsh.
The 8 species of turtles found in Ontario are the Midland Painted Turtle, Snapping Turtle, Blanding's Turtle, Spotted Turtle, Norther
Festivals and events are back in vogue in 2022 and The Town of Midland is gearing up for its largest and sweetest event of the year - Ontario’s Best Butter Tart Festival. Started in 2013, the festival has grown, and in 2019 over 65,000 people