The Cumberland Heritage Village Museum is presenting its annual Heritage
Power and Country Festival, this coming Saturday and Sunday, May 26 & 27.
Besides the “Show”, a giant flea market and garage sale is part of the activities, thanks to the hard work of
John and Marty Williams among others.
The events take place over the weekend (Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00
p.m.) and will include:
- Flea market (May 26)
- Horse team pull (May 26)
- Sing along with the Castor River Boys and Seaway
Valley Country on Saturday, May 26.
- The MacCulloch Dancers will entertain, along with local musicians on Sunday, May 27.
- Model engineering
- Antique steam and gas powered engines
- Machinery exhibits and demonstrations
- Country music
- Village Fair and family games
- Miniature steam trains
- Trades of the past
- Working sawmill
- Farm animals
- Antique and classic cars
- Children’s activities
- Wagon Rides
- Food, entertainment and events for the whole family
- There will also be an ecumenical church service on Sunday.
Admission: Adult: $10, Student/Senior $8, Family rate: $20 Children under 5 are admitted free.
(An extra fee may be charged for some activities.)
You can get further information by calling the museum: 613 833-3059 or visiting 2940 Old Montreal Road, Cumberland.
You can also contact Jeannie Smith from the Cumberland Township Historical Society: 613-833-2877
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Flea market vendors
Marty Williams tells me that there is still room for vendors – antiques, arts and crafts, painters, sculptors,
candlemakers, hobby farmers, garage collectors, attic stuffers, basement hoarders – so if you are interested you
can reach Marty Williams at: (613) 833-2252. There is a small entry fee ($5.00) and some of the tables will be
Lions Gateway Club Membership
The festival is also being billed as a “giant community fundraiser” organized in conjunction with the Lions
Gateway Club and community groups.
As an added incentive to your participation, the Cumberland Lions are selling one-year Gateway memberships for
the small cost of $20. This card will not only pay your way into the “Show” but is also good for hundreds of discounts
and savings around the Ottawa area including the following categories: family; ladies; sports minded; adventurous;
home; automobile; food / restaurants and services. You can learn more at: http://www.lionsgatewayclub.ca/.
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