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Archibald’s Estate Winery

Archibald Orchards & Estate Winery and Cider House Golf is a fourth generation family farm business located 12km north of Hwy. # 401 in Bowmanville, Ontario. This 40-acre property is an ideal orchard site with a southwesterly slope for good air & soil drainage. With a number of other local attractions & beautiful surrounding countryside, Archibalds’ is a “must visit”!

Archibald Winery proudly provides Creative Social attendees with their complimentary beverage, with admission.

Katie Thompson, Photographer


Katie Thompson is the owner and photographer of K. Thompson Photography. Katie has always had a passion for photography and in September 2008 she began to build her business after graduating from Durham College for the Graphic Design program. Katie specializes in natural light photography and loves capturing weddings, engagements, families, newborns, and more!

To check out her work, you can visit her website www.kthompsonphotography.ca or ‘like’ her page on facebook www.facebook.com/kthompsonphotography.ca

A Gift of Art – Clarington’s Artist & Artisan’s Gallery

The Clarington Artist & Artisan’s Gallery is a convivial place to drop by, discuss art, partake of a class, peruse the work on display and hopefully leave with an appreciation for these artists who having toiled alone are now enjoying this symbiosis.

All creative minds of Durham Region must experience the incredible excitement and inspiration happening at A Gift of Art, Clarington’s Artist & Artisan GalleryA Gift of Art is a 2-story gallery space representing more than 50 talented artists from the larger local community, as well as hosting classes, workshops and supporting a full variety of community endeavors.  This amazing space is the ideal venue to host Creative Social: Newcastle on Thursday, March 29th at 7pm.

187 King Ave. E.
Newcastle, ON L1B 1H4
[email protected]

For more information please visit www.agiftof-art.com and our facebook page and follow us on twitter @NewcastleArt

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