The COVID challenges have hit local businesses in many unexpected ways, but it is not all bad news. Many Huron County businesses are reporting huge sales growth, and are hoping the trend continues.
Summer 2020 kicks off in Blyth, Ontario with an Outdoor Market along the main throughfare. The market is open on Thursday's in July and August, from 10 am to 2 pm.
In the attached pictures taken from the newly opened wild Goose Studio, across from the Blyth Festival Theatre, Hans Veenvliet is serving his specialities, Dutch coffee and a Dutch donut treat called "Oliebollen."
For an afternoon outing, come to Blyth and visit the many vendors in front of their storefronts.
The cultural scene in Huron County is experiencing a boost with a new business arrival to the downtown core, directly across from the Blyth Festival Theatre. Husband and wife team, Hans Veenvliet and Cindy McKenna have put their artistic vision together to offer a unique combination of fine art and wood sculpture in a newly renovated building.
Thank You to the Retired Teachers of Huron Perth District 9 for their recent donation of $2,250.00 to the Huron County Food Bank Distribution Centre. Funds donated will be used to purchase nutritious foods for our food-aid agency clients in Huron and Perth Counties.
Pictured (at an appropriate social distance) are Gary Jewitt, President RTOERO-Huron Perth and HCFBDC Volunteer, Sharon McNeilly.
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