This month brought with it the inaugural Harvest Halton festival, held October 6th at Country Heritage Park near Milton, Ontario. The festival brought together local chefs, wine makers, brewers and farmers to celebrate the bounty of the region.
Despite the thick fog slowing settling in the air, folks from Niagara to Oshawa and everywhere in between flocked to the heritage inspired grounds of the park. Kids played with the horses and parents sipped on local wines and craft beers while hard working chefs prepared a feast for all the senses!
Our favorite tastes of place included warm apple tarts from Paradiso, whole lamb grilled on a spit by Chef Tobias from Red Canoe Bistro, heritage pork pate on an heirloom purple potato salad from Compass Restaurant and the new Wet Hopped Ale from Nicklebrook Brewery.
The event was also the official launch of the brand new Pumpkin Trail–a self-guided, mapped event celebrating this year�s harvest. The Halton Region Pumpkin Trail runs for the month of October, connecting and promoting the fabulous array of fall products in Halton Region.
Want more ways to eat your way across Halton Region? Mark Taste of Burlington on your calendars this February! This is your chance to discover the many delicious experiences located in beautiful Burlington.
About The Pumpkin Trail Contest
There are two ways to win this autumn. You may enter the random draw by completing their online survey. You may also enter the contest by sending them a photo of your pumpkin trail experience. If you choose to enter both ways your name will be entered twice!
- Click here to complete our online survey and we will enter your name in a random draw for terrific prizes generously donated by participants of the Pumpkin Trail.
- Upload a photo of your pumpkin trail experience and we will enter your name in a random draw for terrific prizes donated by participants of the Pumpkin Trail.
Fill in the Halton Tourism Contest Form and upload your photo.
Contest Ends: October 31st, 2013 at 11:59 p.m.
Any entries received later than end date will be disqualified
Thanks to Busy Liz�s Farm Shop, Conservation Halton and Springridge Farms for their efforts in helping to bring this project to completion!