Schomberg Village Association


There's always things to do in Schomberg and the surrounding area!

This is just a summary of the things we know about. A list of events in King Township can be found on the King Township Library Website.


September 23rd

Schomberg Farmers' Market

Schomberg Farmers Markets

Join us at the Farmers' Market in Schomberg.

The Market is held on alternate Saturdays at the old Agricultural Arena, just off Main Street (at Western Ave). The Market is open from 9:00am to 2:00pm - rain or shine.


September 23rd

King Township Doors Open 2017

King Township Doors Open

The King Township Historical Society and the King Township Heritage Advisory Committee are thrilled to be organizing Doors Open King Township 2017!

As you know, 2017 represents the 150th anniversary of Confederation. It’s a special moment in our history and a great opportunity for Ontarians to explore our past and imagine our future. This year, the Doors Open Ontario theme is around the concept of "identity" – knowing ourselves.

All of the Doors Open King Township participating venues will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on September 23. Parking and admission to these venues is FREE during this time. Volunteers will be at each of the venues to assist you and answer questions.

There are four tour sites in Schomberg:

  • Schomberg Masonic Hall
  • Dr. Harry Vaux House
  • Sugar & Spice Bakery & Café
  • Scruffy Duck Bar & Restaurant

Complete tour details are available at the Doors Open website.


September 26th

Schomberg Horticultural Society Meeting - Garden Design 102: Overcoming Common Landscape Problems

Schomberg Horticultural Society Meeting

Join us Tuesday, September 26th, at 7:30 pm. in the Schomberg Community Hall, 325 Main St.

Gardening expert Wolfie Bonham will give us the lowdown on "Overcoming Common Landscape Problems and Mistakes". There will also be a Flower Show and home grown fruit and vegetable presentation.

Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from March to June and September to October.

For full information contact Jill Watts Hayward via phone (905-939-2781) or email.




September 30th

King Townhship Curbside Giveaway Day

King Townhship Curbside Giveaway Day

During Curbside Giveaway Days residents are invited to place unwanted items, labelled FREE at the curb for other residents and community members to browse and take for their own use, free of charge.

This is a great opportunity to de-clutter and find a new home for your unwanted items, while also picking up something you may want or need for free!


September 30th

Seventh Annual Schomberg Country Run for Clean Water

September 30th, (9:30 am 5K run, 9:00 am 1K walk)

Sponsored by the Anglican Parish of Lloydtown.

Don't miss out on your chance to be part of the seventh Annual Schomberg Country Run! Run, walk or roll it - the Schomberg Country Run is a fun event for everyone. We start at St. Mary Magdalene's at 116 Church St. and head out into the country roads along Church St. It is a beautiful run through the town and out into the countryside.

Registration is now open! Go to the registration page.

Where will the proceeds go? Proceeds from this run will support clean water initiatives in Indigenous communities in The North, and the work of the Anglican Parish of Lloydtown (Kettleby, Nobleton and Schomberg).

For more information about the Church and their work, visit the website.


September 30th

Holland Marsh Soupfest!

The Holland Marsh Growers' Association in partnership with King Township and the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury present Holland Marsh Soupfest, Saturday, September 30th, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm (or until soup runs out), in the Holland Marsh.

Soupfest showcases the best products the Holland Marsh and surrounding area has to offer by partnering with local restaurants, chefs, caterers, culinary schools, homemakers and farmers who create scrumptious soups for you to sip and sample.

The Holland Marsh is Canada's soup (and salad) bowl. Come on out and see for yourself!

Come to Ansnorveldt Park - 18997 Dufferin St. (north of Hwy 9) - and enjoy our soups, chefs and restaurants, farmers' and artisans' markets, and a variety of entertainment.

For more details, including maps, ticket and program information, visit the Holland Marsh Soupfest website.


September 30th

Diamonds and Denim Dinner Dance Benefit for Mike O'Hara and Family

Mike O'Hara is long-time member and now Vice President of the Schomberg Agricultural Society. Most importantly, Mike is a true and loyal friend and member of the farming community.

Mike has been battling a virus for several months which has been attacking his spine and has left him immobile. He has had some help from friends and family with his farm work however, his crop has suffered significantly. We are asking for your help and support in getting Mike out of his wheel chair and back behind the wheel of his tractor.

Join us for our Diamonds and Denim Dinner Dance Benefit on Saturday September 30, 2017.

Roast Beef Dinner, Cash Bar, Live and Silent Auction and so much more!

Schomberg Community Hall
Saturday September 30, 2017
Cocktails at 7:00PM, dinner at 7:30PM
$35.00/ea or $50.00/couple

Please contact Cathy at 905-939-8283 or email us at for more information or to purchase tickets.

If you can't make the Dinner, please consider donating directly on our GoFundMe page.


October 8th

Schomberg Scarecrows 2017

Visit for full details

Fall wouldn't complete without the Schomberg Scarecrows!

After 10 great years of establishing and celebrating the enthusiastic Schomberg Scarecrow community - the event founders have 'officially' retired.

In the spirit of keeping the Schomberg Scarecrows legacy alive -- the Schomberg Village Association is pleased to announce the return of the traditional Scarecrow Event for 2017!

The 2017 contest is open to all Schomberg area residents, businesses and teams and organizations.

Visit after Mid September for complete event details, ideas for how to build your scarecrow and links to past scarecrow events.

The event winners will be drawn at random and announced on November 1st.

Follow us on twitter, and promote your participation with the hashtag #SchombergScarecrows. Like us on Facebook too!


October 18th

Blood Donor Clinic at the Trisan Centre

The Canadian Blood Services will arrive in Schomberg on Wednesday, October 18th, from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

They'll be at the Trisan Centre (24 Dillane Drive, Schomberg), and will be set up in the Multipurpose room. Appointments are preferred, but walk-in's are welcomed.

Please come out and donate. For more information about Canadian Blood Services News and Events, visit their page on Facebook, or visit their website.


October 18th

King Township Food Bank Fundraiser - Sip & Savour

While we are happy to live in a luscious part of the GTA, York Region has a vulnerable sector of society that relies on the services of food banks. The (small but mighty) King Township Food Bank supports over 200 people on a regular basis. Over 40% of those we serve are children or seniors, the most vulnerable sectors of society. We offer recipients a week's worth of necessities and food items AS WELL AS an option for food cards towards the purchase of food items - which enable recipients to choose items of their preference while maintaining a sense of independence - giving dignity instead of charity.

Sip & Savour is the Food Bank's annual and signature fundraiser, relied heavily upon to generate necessary funds to sustain its operation and continue to support the community. This year's theme is "London Calling" and features the tastes, sites and sounds of the streets of London. We hope to attract a sell-out crowd where people can come out, enjoy and Brit up their life for an evening (6-9PM). It's sure to be the cocktail party of the year!

Thursday, October 19th
Nobleton Lakes Golf Club
6pm - 9pm

Sip & Savour tickets and additional information on the Food Bank are available on the website:


October 24th

Schomberg Horticultural Society Meeting - Birds in your winter garden and project Feeder Watch

Schomberg Horticultural Society Meeting

Join us Tuesday, October 24th, at 7:30 pm. in the Schomberg Community Hall, 325 Main St.

Mark Peck from the Royal Ontario Museum will tell us about winter birds in our gardens, and the ongoing Feeder Watch project. We will also be holding our year end Flower Show.

In addition to his duties at the ROM, Mark serves as a committee member and ROM liaison for the Ontario Bird Records Committee, and as a consultant for Ontario Birds/Ontario Field Ornithologists. He is the co-coordinator of the Ontario Nest Records Scheme, Program Director of the Toronto Ornithological Club, and a member of the Canadian Shorebird Science Support Team. We're expecting Mark's presentation to be a fine wrap-up for our yearly meetings!

Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month from March to June and September to October.

For full information contact Jill Watts Hayward via phone (905-939-2781) or email.





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