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Tags:   Murals Village of St. Jacobs St. Jacobs Ontario Canada

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Tags:   St. Jacobs Ontario Canada 40 Benjamin Road East St. Jacobs Country Playhouse

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Excerpt from stjacobsmarket.com:

Located an hour outside of Toronto, the nearby countryside is home to many local farmers and crafters who bring their products to our iconic market. Since 1975, visitors have enjoyed St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market where over 300 vendors gather each week inside three main buildings and in an outdoor area that swells as the growing season progresses.

Fresh local fruits and vegetables, quality meats and cheeses, locally-produced maple syrup, honey, preserves, baking, authentic cuisine from many cultures, imported produce, various gluten-free and organic options, local crafts and housewares are just a slice of what you’ll find here. Visit our skilled and friendly butchers offering enticing cuts of meat, who will happily produce custom cuts and special orders. The St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market is also well-loved for its ready-to-eat foods prepared on site. A great place for breakfast or lunch — try some fresh apple fritters, sausage on a bun, donair kebab, pizza, souvlaki, sushi, falafel and more.

Tags:   Farmers' Market St. Jacobs Ontario Canada 878 Weber Street North Level 1 The Best of Day

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Excerpt from toysoupcanada.com:

Toy Soup is an independent toy store that has been in business for over 8 years in the village of St. Jacobs, in the heart of Mennonite country. Our store is over 3000 sq ft with long sight lines and wide aisles to make your shopping experience an enjoyable one. The store is stroller and wheelchair friendly and feature play spaces for kids to experience including a Thomas the Train table, Quadrilla marble runs and a Melissa & Doug shopping cart for the little ones to have the full shopping experience. If that isn't enough, and it isn't too busy, you can also try out the Plasma car. Come on out and enjoy!

Excerpt from stjacobs.com:

The red brick structure built in 1914 on the corner of Cedar and King was, until recently, the home of the Calvary United Church congregation. Now it is the home of Toy Soup, a long time favorite shopping destination for kids! Note the buttresses at the sides of the building and the decorative stone work at the peak of the bell tower. Note also the original stained glass windows.

Tags:   Toy Soup Evangelical Church Places of Worship St. Jacobs Ontario Canada 1376 King Street North

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The business was founded by Irvin Hamel in 1908.

Excerpt from stjacobs.com:

From the late 1880's to the 1960's, Mennonites travelling by horse and buggy brought their horses in to be shoed by blacksmiths like Mr. Martin (Jon B. Martin Blacksmith Shop) who worked here until 1987. The shop was a favorite destination for the village children who were fascinated by the “red hot” work of the men outfitted in heavy leather aprons, gloves and boots. Today's resident craftsmen continue to make traditional crafts onsite.

Tags:   Hamel Brooms St. Jacobs Ontario Canada 1411 King Street North Jon B. Martin Blacksmith Shop


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