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Sainte-Marie’s Thanksgiving Harvest Festival and Arts and Crafts Show and S

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Event Name: Sainte-Marie’s Thanksgiving Harvest Festival and Arts and Crafts Show and S
Event Date(s): October 06, 2018 - Oct. 07, 2018
Location: Midland
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Description: Sainte-Marie’s Thanksgiving Harvest Festival and Arts and Crafts Show and Sale is a fun family event, with lots of on-site activities and outstanding artisans and crafters.

The event is a regional favourite and typically includes both new and returning artisans.
On the historic site, there will be lots of heritage activities for families to enjoy, including pumpkin decorating, traditional planting of “The Three Sisters” (corn, beans, and squash), sampling of historic foods and tea, torch-making demonstrations, corn-on-the cob, and an historic encampment. Costumed staff will share the story of the original 17th-century Jesuit mission.

Restaurant Sainte-Marie will be open on both days during the event, featuring its famous “Three Sisters Soup” adapted from an award-winning Native recipe.

October 6th & 7th @ Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons