2nd Annual Ladies Night at Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm

Thursday, November 22, 6:30pm – 8:30pm


Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm and Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush are excited to present the 2nd Annual Ladies Night, an old-fashioned evening of Christmas hospitality and warmth. Oh, and some shopping opportunities too!

Join us on Thursday, November 22, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Cedar Hill Christmas Tree
Farm, 951 8th Concession South, Pakenham, Ontario.

We have a great evening planned for you. The first 50 ladies in the door will receive a Swag Bag of surprises from local businesses. There will be fun draws throughout the evening, including the GRAND PRIZE, a pair of tickets for Ottawa Senators vs. Colorado Avalanche hockey game on January 16. Also in the draw are day passes to Mount Pakenham, gift certificates for spa treatments, gift baskets and other fabulous items. Everyone who attends will receive a ballot.

Tantalize your taste buds as you sample maple taffy, maple spiced popcorn, maple dips, homemade (from scratch) fudge, brownies, soup and maple kissed cheese ball. Bet you can’t resist! Clause Café will have desserts and beverages available for purchase.

Pamper yourself with a hand massage using Fulton’s Maple Luscious Body Lotion. Watch demonstrations on making bows as well as holiday centrepieces with fresh greenery.

Shop a wide array of indoor and outdoor Christmas decor including gorgeous wreaths which are handmade on site and a wide assortment of tree ornaments. Lots of Fulton’s Organic Syrup, Gourmet and Maple Luscious Bath and Body products to choose from. Free gift wrapping included with all purchases.

How to find Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm: From Almonte, head north on Hwy 29 towards Pakenham. Turn left onto Cedar Hill Side Road and watch for the Tree Farm sign on your right.

Celebrate the joy of Christmas with two branches of our family tree.

read more

HomeTown News

Beckwith renewal, Old Lock construction on track

Sally Smith Director of Public Works, Troy Dunlop, reports that Beckwith Street downtown renewal groups have been looking at street lighting, traffic signal design, traffic calming measures, raised intersections at Russell and Main (how to be constructed and details).  He adds everything is on track and ready for tendering the first week of February. The […]

Read more

Look for five new entrance signs to town

Sally Smith Jennifer Miller, Manager of Economic Development and Tourism, presented a recommendation to council to award an RFP to CGS Signs and Stripes Inc. for the removal of the existing signs in town, and the production and installation of five new entrance signs to replace the existing signs at entry points. This is the […]

Read more

The 7th Annual Carleton Place Winter Carnival January 26th, 2019 from 10am-4pm

Submitted “We are excited to be hosting the 7th Annual Carleton Place Winter Carnival and thrilled that Luxart Homes is our presenting sponsor. They have supported the Carnival since day one and this event would not be possible without their support.” – Jessica Hansen, Admin and logistics for the CP Winter Carnival. This year the […]

Read more

Sivarulrasa Gallery to host United Way Lanark County Mix & Mingle fall social

Submitted United Way Lanark County is pleased to announce its partnership with Sivarulrasa Gallery in hosting United Way’s Mix & Mingle Fall Social. This networking event is being held on Wednesday November 21 st , in the Sivarulrasa Gallery, amongst the eye catching exhibits on display, from 6:00 p.m.to 8:30 p.m. at 34 Mill Street […]

Read more

Animal shelter launches building fundraiser this Christmas season

Stacey Roy There is no better present to give our feline friends than a warm place to rest their heads this Christmas morning. That is what a $50,000 building campaign launched on gofundme.com (under the name laws shelter rebuild) aims to achieve. The fundraiser was launched by Gerry Van Loon, president of the Lanark Animal […]

Read more

Members of the Naismith Men’s Shed are home!

Submitted The Naismith Men’s Shed is pleased to announce it now has a place to call home – or at least, to call its Shed! The Shed membership has completed its quest to be an active group in the Mississippi Mills community and today it is signing up to volunteer at the Mill of Kintail […]

Read more

Council squabbling continues to the end

Brian Turner At the end of the public session of Carleton Place’s Policy Review Committee meeting of Oct 30th, chair councilor Brian Doucett called for a motion to move in-camera (behind closed doors) to discuss 2 items; response to an integrity commissioner inquiry, and sale of municipally owned land.  Mayor Louis Antonakos spoke against discussing the […]

Read more

Carleton Place council provides free parking for the Food Bank

Brian Turner During the recent municipal election campaign, a plight of the volunteers for the Hunger Stop (Lanark County Food Bank) came to light.  As there is no parking available on site (at the food bank’s Allan Street location), their volunteers have been parking in the municipal lot across Bridge Street from the town hall and […]

Read more