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County Artists’ Collective are our featured artists for September and October

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 It is a please to welcome  the County Artists’ Collective to the cafe to showcase their work, come on in and check them out!!
The County Artists’ Collective is a small painting group that meets to paint each week in Picton.
The group consists of Catherine Reilly, Michelle Hutchinson, Carol van Lierop, Cherie Allen and Patsy Haugh.  We also welcome new painters to the group.
The painters in the Artists’ Collective all exhibit their own style and personality in their work.  Some are long-time painters who come from a variety of backgrounds, whose work has been recognized and who have won awards.
We believe our current exhibit will give you a taste of what we do and sincerely hope you enjoy it.
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Joan Turner is our featured artist this month!

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Well summer is almost officially here!!! Cafe has been getting quite busy, which is great to see! Our hours throughout  the summer will be from 7am-3pm. With things being so busy it is best to get in for breakfast by 10:30 weekdays or 11 on weekends, unfortunately we do have to stop breakfast by a certain time or else we will never get on to lunch, and we need a bit of time to switch over as we like to provide fresh and made to order food! Thank you for your patience! See you in the cafe!!

Joan Turner is our featured artist this month, come in and check beautiful work! Here is a bit about Joan!

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Renee Mair’s photography on display!

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Renee Mair


Since I was a child, I have enjoyed looking at the world through a lens.  It created a focus on the beauty I saw in everyday events and surroundings.  As I moved from one part of the country to another, each location offered a new perspective on what we take for granted around us.  As my travels expanded to different countries, I soon realized that the same beauty could be seen in the heart of each community and exciting new locations.


Why do I photograph landscapes and scenery?  These are images that transcend time and space.  A picture taken in one country will touch the heart of someone else miles away.  The images capture the imagination of what might have happened in another time and can carry you away.


Over the years and during my experiences in various industries and non-profit organizations, I have realized that simple pleasures help ground us and tie us to who we are, both past and present.  Our collective appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us connects us as a community even though we live miles apart.






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Today’s Menu

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2 eggs any style, choice of bacon, house toast and fruit

Italian eggs, 2 poached eggs on house ciabatta, with melted mozzarella, marinara sauce, fresh basil, & Parmesan

Buttermilk pancakes, bacon, maple syrup,berry compote and fruit

“Bob”- fried egg, cheddar cheese, peameal bacon and tomato on an English muffin

Steel cut oats with fruit and house cinnamon toast

House granola and fruit platter with yogurt

3 egg omelet with fresh herbs, cheese and house toast


Daily soups served with house bread

Beau’s haddock & chips with house tartar sauce served with a side salad

Three cheese butternut squash mac & cheese served with soup or salad

Greek Lamb meatball pita with tzatziki, feta, onions, lettuce, cucumber and tomato served with soup or salad

Vegetable samosas and house peach chutney served with soup or salad

Mediterranean chicken salad sandwich served with soup or salad

Sesame chicken, Mandarin oranges and baby corn wrap served with soup or salad

Aged cheddar & house peach chutney grilled cheese on multigrain served with soup or salad

Spinach, sundried tomatoes, & feta quiche served with soup or salad


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Conrad Beaubien’s 32 Works on display!

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32 Works

The idea of medium I interpret to be in its highest sense: That is a go-between. A go-between the dimension of the human spirit and that of dimensions beyond.  Being open to materials – mediums- that come my way invites the alchemy of chance in making seen what is unseen.

Conrad Beaubien


Following a career in network television, Conrad’s independent credits of creator, writer, director and producer include the award-winning Sketches of Our Town series. After decades of chasing the moonlight and scouring the land in search of stories, he now holes up in a cabin on the banks of Slab Creek in Prince Edward County. He chases the moonlight still. He grabs hold of words, paint, steel—mediums close at hand in a faithful try to connect the dots of the universe. Conrad is a regular contributor to The Timesof Wellington as well as Watershed Magazine. He recently launched Back of Hoards Station, his latest work for stage.


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