Eden Mills & District Community Club
Our Local Supporters
|John Morrison, co-owner of The Chimney Swift, has been inspecting and sweeping chimneys since moving to Eramosa with his wife (and business partner) Louise in 1978. And since 1988, he and his family have been proud to call Eden Mills their home. John, as well as the other WETT certified technicians of the Chimney Swift, find it rewarding to work in a county where homeowners share such a respect for environmental stewardship. More information visit website|
Jurgen and his wife Sharlene moved from Etobicoke to the lovely village of Eden Mills in September, 2018. No longer wanting to be a part of the Toronto rat race, Jurgen is hoping to extend his clientele to the Guelph Eramosa and surrounding areas. Jurgen became a partner in his father's painting and wallpapering business back in 1977 and specializes in residential painting and wallpapering. He works with top line low VOC paints, and offers honest quotes and top quality work. Jurgen is looking forward to offering his services to this area, and both he and Sharlene are delighted to be a part of such an environmentally conscious community. Email Jurgen by clicking here.
|Annette Kalapaca lives just outside the village on the 30 Side Road with husband Doug. Annette started NextPage Publishing in 1994 with a focus on graphic design and web publishing. With a wide variety of client websites currently online Annette is most proud of her community work with organizations like Rockwood Farmers Market, The Railway Museum and the Rockwood Youth Soccer Club. Visit NextPage.ca for complete list of services, portfolio and contact info.|
|Amber Richmond lives in the village with her husband, two boys, and shaggy dog. Amber is well known for her creative photo shoots and quality service. Not to mention her infectious smile. Every year Amber hosts a fund raising event: she offers a family photo outside their stone barn in exchange for a food bank donation. Visit Amber’s site.|
|John Monaghan & Miren Garcia are the owners of MSI (Machine Solutions Inc). The company sells and services fabrication equipment. They moved into the area in 2003 and although located just outside of Eden Mills, they consider this community their home.|
|Douglas S. Black has proudly served the village of Rockwood and surrounding areas for 30 years, and acted as the Community Club’s lawyer for over 25 years. In July of 2016, Christopher Wood joined the firm and in October of 2016, Doug and Chris formed Black & Wood LLP. Doug is retiring at the end of 2017, and Chris will continue the firm as Black & Wood Law Office to serve the community and the Community Club.|
Rustic Renovations Carpentry, painting, demolition-rebuild, by the hour, day or budget. Keep your home safe from the weather and secure from the cold. Create classic and artistically inspired surroundings of your hearts desire. Framing, flooring, windows, doors, sills, weatherproofing, insulating, interior-exterior painting, tree trimming-removal, parging, live edge woodwork, veggie and perma-culture garden design, drywall, lighting, deck building and Tiny house construction. I live downtown Eden Mills and can easily do large or small projects. See my FB page for photos of my work or call (647)-274-7443
Since 1982 Robin Aggus has been working with Nature to solve landscaping problems and enhance the outdoor environment.
He consults closely with each homeowner to ensure that they will get the results they expect, within budget. The Landscape design and consultation process is followed with a detailed cost estimate. Visit website
|Rory & Marie opened their B&B in the spring of 2013, when they found their rural paradise in Eden Mills, and felt a strong desire to share it with everyone! They are now entering their 4th year of operation, and loving it. And that strange car in the driveway could be from a parent checking on their student at Guelph University or a couple attending an art class in the area, or maybe attending the Writer’s Festival. From anywhere in the world…here in the loveable village we call Eden Mills. Don’t tell anyone...Visit website|
|Ruth & Tom Bowes moved to the village in 2008 when they built their straw bale home next to former Camp Edgewood. Tom & Ruth know rural: they have lived rural for over 20 years. That said they work with clients in Georgetown, Acton, Erin, Rockwood, Guelph, Milton & Cambridge and surrounding rural areas to best serve their clients. Ruth has been a REALTOR since 2005 and has reached the top 3% for real estate sales at one of the national real estate brokerages. Ruth & Tom love living in this small community, they are both active volunteers with the community club sponsoring & organizing many events. Listings & information at ruthbowes.com|
|Jean Brown has been living on the edge of Eden Mills since 1975. Here she launched five children - has been appreciative of the strong community spirit that continues to support her family. Jean is passionate about helping people to examine and reconstruct their relationships with themselves, their families, their work, their health-their connections with their broader social systems. She moved her practice here in 2008. She loves the privacy and the peace-fullness of this rural environment in promoting communication, enhancing personal growth and enabling discussions related to conflict and grief for individuals, couples or families who see her out. With her nursing background and professional psychotherapy training Jean works with a broad range of issues and lifestyles. Call her 519-856-4084|
|A & J, are brothers, otherwise known as Abe and Josh. Both live in the village with their wives and are raising their families within close proximity of their own parents who are not far from the village. Abe & Josh will consult with you in regard to the care of your trees and shrubs. Visit their website click here.|
Stephen & Jessica Goyda are proud to operate Union Market Square in the village of Arkell where they also live and raise their three Children. Union Market Square is a quaint bistro where everything is made from scratch with a focus on local ingredients. Enjoy a glass of wine or beer which is brewed in house. Union Market Square also houses a country market featuring fresh meats, frozen meals & soups, preserves and scooped ice cream which are also sourced locally. Saturday offers an all-day brunch menu. Visit our website at www.unionmarketsquare.com
Business Card Ad
Web advertising for local businesses. One calendar year of a business card size ad posted on this page with a short description of what about yourself & your company. and a link to your web page. As well we post the business cards on our home page.
Submit your payment, and a JPG file can be sent to the web master along with your write up.