February 5, 2013
Order your flowers @ Daydream Believers Gift Shoppe
for Valentine’s Day
before February 11th.
1 dozen roses =
$35 tax included.
Fresh bouquets are also available.
January 29, 2013
FEB 14, 2013
@ BACK EDDIE’SSing, finches and sparrows, the gilt bow and arrows of Eros are coming to town. Eddie knows lovin’ when push comes to shovin’, knows Cupid’s a cat of renown. And so, they’ve joined forces, set 4 smoochy courses, designed to keep lovin’ around.
Bruce County Beef Wellington – creates warm cozies in the bellington, known widely as a direct route to one’s heart .
Manitoulin Trout Citrus Almandine -laid out gently before you, on a bed of spiced rice. Whew, is it hot in here ?
Chicken Cordon Bleu -picture cozy bacon-wrapping around tender white breasts oozing gooey cheeses. -can induce open moaning.
Vegan Roasted Vegetable Pasta -creating this kind of wild veggie orgy can be risky, but in a good way, nudge, nudge.
Locavore lover , Ol’ Bob “Lover” Robb has promised to pick out some songs for the job of churnin’ the yearnin’ , and things of the like , for keeping the balance on that tandem bike . We are deep into winter, the snow is falling and so are the temperatures. So let’s turn up the heat and make some heart and belly warming plans for Valentine’s Day.
At Back Eddie’s we are rounding up the locavore love to create some spectacular dishes for you to enjoy. .
Price is $35/ person for a 4 course scrumptious meal. LCBO license for the night. We are going as local or at least as Ontario sourced for EVERYTHING as possible. 7 pm
We would appreciate your entree choice by Feb 11 so we can plan our numbers reply to this email, give us a call, 519-353-4787 or drop on in. Cheers
November 27, 2012
Paisley Farmer Market vendors are sadly missed by the Paisley villagers and all their valuable customers. In response to this, the vendors have agreed to come together and create a 3 week storefront at 258 Queen St S (center of town) for the Christmas season.
Grand Opening will be on the Parade Night (Nov 30) and of course they’ll be open til 10 for the Late Night Social (Dec 7). This is the second year that the vendors will be at the storefront for the Late Night Social and it was such a success last year that they have decided to stay there until Dec 24 this year.
Hours of operation are (at least) 10 AM – 4PM every day from Nov 30 to Dec 24.
Those stocking the store will be- It’s All About Bling – Wendy Tanner - The Rural Gardener’s doing baking & ready made or custom made gift baskets - Paul Martin’s Maple Syrup & Canning products, winter vegetables, handmade soap - Ransome’s Baking – hot cinnamon buns on Dec 7 - Donna Douquette’s canning – fresh bread on Dec 7 - Weber’s Pastured Meats – frozen beef, chicken and pork. - Fabulous Fish with Rainbow Trout - NEW!! More Fish varieties (incl. smoked trout) brought by the Chameleon. - Lena wll bring quilting, hats, photocards and bracelets. - Cathy Lund will be bringing her scarves and other handcrafted items
and much more.
September 11, 2012
To thank-you for supporting their 25 year year old business, the Elora Soap Company is throwing a party on FRIDAY, Sept 14 from 10 to 6.
To show your appreciation for their dedication to keeping a lucrative business in Paisley put it in your calendar to come out and celebrate this great victory with them.
Congratulations to the Elora Soap Company!
August 11, 2012
This is the 9th annual hosting of this show at Nature’s Millworks and features the exceptionally fine and diverse work of 80 local artists and artisans. The show will be displayed in the 2nd floor gallery of Nature’s Millworks. Doors are open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Special features include evenings of fine dining on Aug. 25, Sept. 1, Sept. 8, Sept. 15 by reservation only. You can meet the artists on Aug. 18 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. For more information go to
June 16, 2012
This unique show features many of the finest crafters in the area. The show will be displayed in the 2nd floor gallery of Nature’s Millworks. Doors are open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. You can meet the artists June 23 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. For more information go to www.naturesmillworks.com.
June 14, 2012
It is with great pleasure that we announce Back Eddie’s next concert;
Owen Sound’s own musical duo Saturday June 30, Back Eddie’s Lounge, $15+ hst, doors open @7pm, show @8pm more info via email or 519-353-4787
There is a kind of magic and wonder that almost shimmers in the air when two beautiful voices mix and meld together as one. Beckon is a female duo with just such an enchanted pairing. Two individually versatile musicians, Beth Hamilton and Connie Rossitter have combined their talents and their names to form a musical tour-de-force that causes listeners to sit up and take notice.
Dreamers with brave and romantic hearts, their fresh acoustic pop sound and graceful style achieve a broad commercial appeal. Rapidly gaining recognition for their captivating original music and stunning trademark harmonies, they are poised to make a big splash in the music scene.
Following on the heels of their highly successful EP “The Summer Sessions” (August 2011) fans are eagerly awaiting Beckon’s first full-length studio album. With Juno nominated producer J. Richard Hutt at the helm, this FACTOR funded album will be released June 1, 2012. This is the same successful pairing that garnered Beckon unsolicited radio play from their EP “The Summer Sessions” on radio stations including Mix106.5, 860 CFOS & CFBU 103.7. The 2012 album release will kick-off a busy summer and fall tour which will see Beckon play over 40 venues across Ontario.
Beckon’s sheer joy of performing is infectious, evidenced by their enthusiastic and devoted following. Trading off between piano and guitar, and seamlessly shifting between lead and harmony, it is at times difficult to distinguish their individual voices in this captivating and seemingly effortless pairing. Beckon has played festivals including Summerfolk, Niagara Wine Festival, Tin Pan North, OTHERfolk and Winterfolk and has already shared the stage with such notables as Don Ross, Ralph Murphy, Mark Mariash, Steve Kennedy, Dean McTaggart, David Woodhead, and Wendell Ferguson. These engaging live performances culminated in a recent Owen Sound Cultural Award Nomination.
Sensual, ethereal and elegant, Beckon breathes life into songs that emanate from a deep, genuine place in their hearts and resonate so loudly within our own.
May 31, 2012
Monday 6pm Strength.
Tuesday 6pm Spin.
Wed 6pm Cardio-Core.
8 weeks. $45 plus tax.
contact 519-353-FITT to register
May 19, 2012
Peter Oliver and his wife congratulate Emma & Charlie Budreau on the opening of the new store in downtown Paisley, Ontario; Pastime Goldmine. Emma and Charlie offered treats in exchange and all around was quite a festive little visit. Emma says she is just working for the summer. The store is the brainchild of their parents, Mary Ellen and Craig Budreau (Paisley Advocate Editor and owners of the Paisley Pharmacy right next door) and Charlie and Jennifer will be running it. The Pastime Goldmine is beautiful as we knew it would be and is filled with charm and class everything else that Paisley deserves. Congratulations is in order for the new owners and a big thanks for taking a vacant site and making it absolutely beautiful. May it encourage more creativity to follow!
May 15, 2012
Thursday, May 31st featuring;
Multiple Maple Blues Awards and Juno Winner
For nearly four decades Morgan Davis has been on the road travelling across Canada, the United States and Europe. His performances draw from a rich tradition of country blues, as well as his own contemporary songs infused with wit and a large dose of humor.
“Morgan’s deep resonating voice and true-to-the-roots guitar work make a great combination. Anyone who appreciates straight-up blues delivered with taut, tough intensity and a good dose of humour will love Morgan Davis. “Simply stated, for my money, he is one of Canada’s best bluesmen.” James Doran, Ottawa Blues Society.
Over the years he has had the privilege of opening for Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, John Hammond, Albert Collins, and Eric Bibb. A highlight of his career was backing the phenomenal Dr.John. Morgan has shared the stage with Colin Linden, who also produced his second album, James Harmon, Gene Taylor, Sue Foley, Ray Bonneville, Carlos DelJunco and the late Dutch Mason.
Davis has established a rich career as a solo artist, and also performs with stellar lineups of musicians as a trio or full band.His most recent recording, “At Home In Nova Scotia”, pays homage to Atlantic Canada where he has been a resident since 2001.
$15 + hst
doors open at 7:00 — show at 7:30 , refreshment and nibbles available
tickets at the Cafe, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve
or inquire at 519-353-4787