Thanks for visiting our little community of Eden Mills, shopping, eating, drinking and enjoying time with friends and family. To be clear, Holiday cheer lives in Eden Mills, Ontario. Around here, it's like the rest of the country, we all shop on Amazon.com for the most part because access to mega malls is slim. It's not a complicated place we live in, it's easy. Make Eden Mills, Ontario your new home or just come to play. It's all here in Eden Mills!
It's May 22, 2018 start now and make plans to see Eden Mills today!
Eden Mills in Ontario can be found in the Canada zip code or postal code and is the kind of place you come to and relax. Leave the day-to-day stresses of live behind. Discover your Eden Mills, discover your happy place.
On the map, Eden Mills is easy to spot, its that town right at the crossroads of The Best and Place in the World. Click more for more maps of Eden Mills and its surrounding countryside.
One of our greatest assets are our people. Come and meet the citizens of Eden Mills
One of Ontario's up and coming communities, the Eden Mills real estate market is getting hotter by the month. If you've considered a move out of the day to day and were looking in Ontario, you should be taking a look at Eden Mills
We have a lot of fun around in land of Eden Mills. Here are some things you might be interested in.
Eden Mills is home to many professional artists who create via many means, such as paint, clay, wood, enamel, photography, the written word, dance, theatre and many more
Community Club Executive 2013-2014 President: Chris Wilson Vice President: Tom Bowes Vice President: Jack Darmon Treasurer: Bill Allen Secretary: Jodi Dobbie Director at Large: Anna SimonMeetings the first Tuesday of every month in the Club Room starting at 7:30pm. Annual General Meeting held November of each year.
Eden Mills Writers Festival
The Eden Mills Writers' Festival is a festival that is organized once a year and held in the village of Eden Mills. Eden Mills is approximately 12 KM East of Guelph, Ontario, Canada and is a small village. The festival includes readings by poets, authors, and other writers at various outdoor venues throughout the village. The festival occurs on the second Sunday after Labour Day in September. In previous years more than 40 Canadian authors appeared to give readings and interact with audiences, including notable Canadian writers like Margaret Atwood and P. K. Page. On September 15, 2013, the Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary.