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It’s 1885, and Stirling’s new minister has suddenly disappeared, leaving nothing behind but a pool of blood on the stairs! What happened? To find out, you’ll have to buy a ticket to this two-hour LIVE THEATRE event, created by award-winning playwright and director CAROLINE SMITH.
Follow your Red Lantern Guide through Stirling’s Farmtown Park, from the amazing streetscape of Heritage Village to the George V Schoolhouse. In each location, you’ll experience a part of the play, inspired by actual events from Stirling’s past. After the show, stay for coffee, tea and goodies in the Old Tyme Tea Room. (Please note that Tea Room service is cash only).
We are looking forward to a very busy Season at Farmtown Park. Opening Day is May 20, 2016. Strawberry Social is on Sunday, June 25, 150th Dance June 30, Grandparents Day September 10, Agricultural Hall of Fame on September 17. We close on September 30 but you can come by appointment after that. Christmas at Farmtown Park is in November.
Farmtown Park in Stirling, Ontario is a wonderful place to come and explore, whether you are a tourist or live locally. Walk through the museum and find out about our rural heritage and the farmers who grow our food.
We have a large grassy courtyard with a working windmill pumping water, a gazebo and picnic tables. Don’t miss Heritage Village and wander around the stores and linger in the chapel. You can host your special event in Heritage Village. The George V School House is typical of the one room school houses in this area. The new Discovery Centre has a wonderful collection of toys.