A “Transformative Project” The National Trust for Canada has announced that Montgomery’s Inn has won an Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Award, as one of six “Transformative Projects” nationwide. The award is in recognition of the Inn’s recent restoration. The awards honour projects “completed between 2016 and […]
The market continues outdoors for two more weeks, but then what happens? Well, do you remember what last year’s indoor market looked like? This picture of Barb from Happy Bakers in the tavern may refresh your memory: Shoppers browsed though a series of small historic rooms within the museum. […]
Thoughts on Thanksgiving Without a doubt, Thanksgiving is going to look different this year. Big gathering of extended families are not an option for most of us. Some of us will celebrate all alone, the rest of us will share the meal with just a few. […]
Happy Fall everyone! Thoughts on the Winter Market With the arrival of the cooler weather customers always start to ask about when the Farmers’ Market will be moving inside. The outdoor market will continue through at least the end of October, with the last outdoor […]
As part of HistoricTO, Montgomery’s Inn is once again offering indoor Museum Tours!
What a roller coaster emotional week this is for the folks at Montgomery’s Inn! Emotional High: Montgomery’s Inn welcomed back visitors for indoor tours for the first time since March. Emotional Low: This is the week that Montgomery’s Inn would usually be hosting 300+ visitors for the annual […]
If you are planning to do your own sauce making, you can pre-order bushels & half bushels of tomatoes from Nith Valley or So Delish.
Toronto West Rotary COVID-19 fundraising You may have noticed the Toronto West Rotary set up near the market entrance. They are collecting empty beer cans, and beer, wine and liquor bottles. 100 percent of the proceeds these donations is going toward a COVID-19 project that is […]
We’ve got a new pop up vendor this week at the market: TC ‘s Tibetan MoMos. In case you aren’t familiar with momos, they are Tibetan dumplings and they are delicious! TC prioritize local ingredients and use organic flour for their dumpling wrappers.
At a ceremony on August 13, 2020 at Montgomery’s Inn, Mayor John Tory announced that Quentin VerCetty had been chosen as the winner of the Joshua Glover Public Art Memorial competition.