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Are you proficient at preserves, brilliant at baking, daft at crafts, well-versed at veggies or adept at flower arrangement? If so, we might have a great opportunity for you to show off your skills. We're excited to announce that on Sunday September 23th, the Grist Mill and Gardens at Keremeos will be hosting our fifth annual Heritage Fall Fair! There will be almost one hundred exhibit categories to see or compete in as well as heritage games of skill, concessions,…Find out more »
Come out for an morning of knitting, learning and socializing. All skill levels from beginners to advanced are welcome, lefties too. Beginners will need to bring a pair of 5mm knitting needles and a ball of Handicrafter cotton, or worsted weight yarn; those items are available at WalMart. Your first project will be a knitted dish cloth, or bring your own project and we’ll help each other. Coffee and baked goodies will be available. For more information contact Sheila Collier…Find out more »
Our Sunday Brunch is back by popular demand! Join us in our little restaurant for a cozy meal of eggs benedict, scrambles, fresh baked goodies and more as you look out on our lovely gardens. Only a scenic 35 minute drive from Penticton or Osoyoos, a delicious brunch and a walk through our gardens might be the perfect way to spend a lazy autumn Sunday. Reservations are strongly recommended for groups of four or more--just call us at 250-499-2888. Our…Find out more »
This dinner features molasses-glazed ham.
Through the summer, the Grist Mill is hosting a series of Sunday night dinners inspired by our own heritage gardens and the bounty of the spectacular Similkameen Valley. Each of these special meals is served family-style on long tables in our lovely gardens, with entrees inspired by our own fond memories of cozy Sunday dinners with family and close friends. Side dishes and dessert depend significantly on what's fresh and in season.Find out more »