Laura Urmoneit


The rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm at the Spring Milton Farm Craft show. The vendors from near and far were gearing up to showcase their unique crafts and edibles. Everything from homemade jam, one-of-a-kind jewellry, bold fashion and perfect gifts like hand crafted tooth fairy pillows are available for sale this weekend at Country Heritage Park on 8560 Tremaine Road.

The smell of freshly baked bread, vibrantly decorated cakes with icing that begs to be touched, and customers busy selecting deli meats while catching up with neighbours waiting in line. This is a small slice of what La Rose bakery happily serves up on a daily basis.  This bakery, which is so much more than just a bakery, has been a staple in the town of Milton since 1982.  This year they are celebrating 35 years of memories and there are no plans to stop.