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Closing down Main Street to turn it into the Schomberg Gallery


The art of discovery – This Sunday, the Schomberg Street Gallery comes alive in beautiful Schomberg. Among the artists whose works will be featured are Sherry Dube, above, and below, from left, Tom Wray, Michelle Eissler, Manuela Stefan and Dominick Petrungaro. Photos courtesy of Schomberg Street Gallery facebook page.

If you happen to find yourself looking for something to do this Sunday, consider jumping in the car and heading up to the wonderfully quaint community of Schomberg.

On Sunday, September 18, Main Street Schomberg will radiate even more charm than usual as more than 40 artists take over Main Street to show off their talents and their wares.

Main Street will be closed to traffic starting at 10:00 am. Visitors can stroll and get to know the artists and artisans showcasing their creations. There are arts and crafts for every budget and musicians will be there to entertain.

Families are encouraged to discover the Children’s Tent and create a masterpiece of their own.Admission is free.

Equally captivating discoveries can be found along the village roadside: cozy restaurants, cafes with home-baked goods, and shops with country fare, all in lovingly maintained 1800’s-era buildings.

Art lovers of all ages will enjoy the festival atmosphere awash in colour. Come discover the tastes, smells and architectural beauty of vintage small-town Ontario, Schomberg – the gem of King Township.

 Sunday, September 18, 2022, 10:00 am — 5:00 pm

Schomberg is located at the corner of Highways 9 and 27-north of Toronto, and west of Newmarket.

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