Looking forward. Looking back.

“Stony Lake” by Kyryl Volovik

“Where the Tabakiera Once Crashed” by George Gonashvili

“On the Way to a Place of Interest” by Emma Edgehill

Montgomery’s Inn Highlights

Celebrating 40 years in 2015!

Market Days at Montgomery’s Inn

Every Wednesday, 2 to 6 p.m.
We’re outdoors throughout the summer (until the end of October, 2015)! Get your fresh-baked bread, Nith Valley Organics produce, Monforte Cheese, Green Gate meat and sausages, Samsara produce, Spade and Spoon preserves, More Than Pies sweets, Bees’ Universe honey and eggs and other treats while you soak up the sun. Have a tour of the museum on us; it’s free on Wednesdays during market hours.
Visit our Market page for news and a complete list of vendors.

Montgomery’s Inn Art Exhibition Series

Current show: August 1 to 31
A group art exhibition, Erasing Demarcation, in the Briarly Room, featuring work by Emma Edghill, George Gonashvili and Kyryl Volovik (pictured at left)

Tea Time at the Inn

Every Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
Experience our delicious seasonal menu with your choice of a sweet or savoury plate with a pot of tea or glass of cider.

Fret Not Ukulele Night

First Thursday of every month, 6 to 9 p.m.
A monthly ukulele gathering with Doctor of Music instructor Chris Wilson.

Thirsty Thursdays

Fourth Thursday of every month, 7 to 10 p.m.
Live traditional music, beverages and stew by firelight in our restored 1847 barroom.

40th anniversary Corn Roast, Market and Heritage Fair

Thursday, September 10, 5 to 8 p.m.
A corn roast, grand bake sale, local produce, live music and displays from west-end heritage organizations. Visit the event page for further details.

Master and Commander

Friday to Sunday, October 16 to 18
Danceweavers presents a  weekend in the world of Patrick O’Brian‘s beloved seafaring characters Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin, featuring a talk from Canadian author Victor Suthren (The Island of Canada, To Go Upon Discovery, The Sea Has No End) and performances by period musical trio Gin Lane, plus lectures, demonstrations, workshops, dancing, Georgian food, grog, and a historical merchants’ market. Click the links to view the preliminary schedule, menus, pricing and registration form.

Click to visit our Event Calendar for a full listing of coming events.

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