Sat April 9th Sun April 10th
11am - Let's Get Growing (kids plant a seed activity) 11am - Let's Get Growing (kids plant a seed)
1pm - Cooking Demo with Chef Clyde Almeida 12pm - Cooking Demo with Chef Clyde Almeida
3pm - Let's Get Growing (kids plant a seed activity) 1pm - Chili Cook-off
2pm - Line Dancing Demo with Dance in Line
3pm - Let's Get Growing (kids plant a seed)
*Let's Get Growing is sponsored by Alliston Botanix and is limited to the first 50 kids per session.
Chef Clyde Almeida owns local restaurant Indian Flames. He has been a chef for 26 years and received his training in Karachi at the Hotel Marriott. He has two diplomas and one degree in cooking. In Canada he completed his training at Liaison College and graduated with Honours. Chef Almeida offers cooking classes and raises funds for local charities. Come out and some new ideas, taste some samples and get a recipe card.
The Chili Cook-off will showcase chili from 5 local restaurants (The Modern Market, Nan's Coffee Bar, Kelly's Kitchen, Indian Flames, & Sara's Catering) who are all competing to take home the trophy for 1st place. Distinguished judges will vote for the top spot. Members of the audience will be allowed to taste samples and decide for themselves!
Be sure to bring your camera to take pictures with Teddy the Tiger of Rainbow Dreams Mascots in the Kid's Corner on Saturday from 11am - 2pm and Sunday from 12pm - 2pm. Lots of other fun activities to keep the kids busy including kids soccer demo & activities presented by South Simcoe United Football Club.
2016 Vendor Package
2016 Floor Plan
Trillium Ford Lincoln
Alliston Home Hardware Building Centre
AM Roofing Ltd.
Alliston Legion - Branch 171
St. Andrew Anglican Church
Community Living Association for Sounth Simcoe
Apex Plumbing Decor
Gary Laakso Financial Services - The Co-Operators
The Sauce Shack Inc.
Cosmo's Smoked Meats Ltd.
Alliston Chiropractic Wellness Centre
Family Dental Care
Royal LePage RCR Realty
HomeLife Integrity Realty Inc.
Northern Comfort Windows & Doors Ltd.
The Cork and Vine
Thirty-one Gifts Canada
Land & Sky Green Energy
Lovin Little Gems
Solty Garden Centre
Premier Equipment Ltd.
The Beach House Spa & Wellness
Alliston Flooring Supplies
Pro Post Simcoe
The Fireplace Stop
Jackson's Krown Rust Control
So Jam Good
The Modern Market
Sun Island Body Care
Laney's Button Shop
Country 105 - Bayshore Broadcasting
Silver Brooke Golf Club
Simcoe Foot Clinic
The Green Bum Company
North of Nine Sales
Barrie Tent & Awning
Matthews House Hospice
Alliston Lion's Club
Rainbows - Alliston Site Support Group
FOCUS Community Development Corporation
MacKenzie Fine Furniture
Sir Frederick Banting Legacy Foundation
The Heating Source
Canadoor Door Systems
Coldwell Banker Ronan Realty
The County of Simcoe
Alliston Community Christian School
Habitat Huronia Alliston Restore/New Tec Chapter
Don's Heating and Cooling
Stevenson Memorial Hospital
Tecumseth Heating and Air
South Simcoe United Football Club
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