Here Are Some Things You Can do Along the Trail
Book a tour and tea at the Leaskdale Manse, plan a detour to find some artistic treasures at Greenmantle Pottery and the Concession 6 Studio. Book an appointment or drop-in to the Uxbridge Historical Centre where you can tour buildings relevant to Maud and learn about her family’s war-time connection. We all know Maud (and Anne) had a taste for the Raspberry Cordial, and if you share that love, you too can satisfy your thirst at Banjo Cider or The Second Wedge Brewing Co. with a specially crafted raspberry cider or ‘High Razz’ beer, or head downtown to enjoy a glass of raspberry cordial at The Bridge Social. Take your time in downtown Uxbridge where our beloved Blue Heron Books has a host of activities in store for the kids: write a letter to your kindred spirit on custom Anne stationery, try a game of hopscotch, snap a selfie, pick up an Anne of Green Gables cookbook signed by Lucy Maud Montgomery’s granddaughter, and take home a free craft kit. Be sure to take time for a break along the Beer & Cider Trail, or re-fuel at one of our local eateries along the Culinary Trail.
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