A beautiful rural municipality that stretches along the southern shores of Georgian Bay - Meaford is home to a rich agricultural industry, a vibrant local arts and music scene, nature trails, dog parks and more!
Join me for a special holiday concert to celebrate the season with my quartet performing at Meaford Hall, and come along on a tour of Sunrise Organics, our many roadside farm stands and on some winter snowshoe hikes!
Electric violinist & Artistic Director
Grab your hot cocoa and a nice warm blanket for this very special concert to celebrate the season! Episode 4 "Winter Classics" features Victoria Yeh's classical string quartet performing Winter from Vivaldi's Four Seasons, excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, the timeless "Thaïs"Meditation, and holiday favourites.
Also featuring Natalie Wong (violin), Fanny Tang (viola) and Jillian Sauerteig (cello)
Meaford is a charming municipality with a rich agricultural industry, a vibrant downtown collection of restaurants, cafés, independent shops, a brand new library and a stunning 250-seat concert hall.
With plenty of dog-friendly and family-friendly parks, this 4-season community is home to a growing number people of all ages and backgrounds.
For the nature lovers and adventure seekers, there are so many trails to explore! The Georgian Rail Trail connects Meaford to neighbouring Thornbury and Collingwood, and a network of nature trails from the Tom Thomson trail to the Bruce Trail, the Bayview Escarpment, Trout Hollow (Bighead River) and Boyd Crevices... you can discover something new every day!
This past fall, I visited Mark at Sunrise Organics (better known as The Garlic Hut) to learn about garlic and organic farming. I spent an unseasonably warm November afternoon on the farm spreading compost and planting garlic seeds and got a quad workout like no other!
During the warmer seasons, you'll find the Garlic Hut, along with several other roadside farmstands filled with fresh produce, honey, eggs, mushrooms and more, straight from the farm and families that grow them.
And of course, count on apples, apples and apples from this beautiful town!