Guess what Pathways? We have a new release of executive townhomes. Come visit our New Designer Decorated Townhome Model and discover why Pathways is the best-selling community in Caledon East.
Eve Marshall from Eve Marshall Interior Design has transformed this new model home into a beautiful and functional living space. Come explore this model and get inspiration for your new Pathways home! Eve is also the designer for our luxurious Crystal and Peridot model homes.
Join all of the homeowners moving into this exciting community! Every home includes luxurious features like:
– 9’ Ceilings
– Lustrous Hardwood Floors
– Granite Countertops
– Kitchen Islands
– And more!
What’s more, our executive townhomes start at just $377,990! Come visit our Presentation Centre Today!
Right now when you LIKE our Facebook page you have the chance to win 2 tickets to the Valentine’s Masquerade Gala right here in Caledon East!! We will be drawing names for the tickets which include a four-course dinner, open bar, silent and live auctions, live music, and dancing for you and your Valentine. It is all happening at the Royal Ambassador on Friday February 15, at 6:00pm.
Tis’ the Season for fun colorful decorations. Here are six easy festive DIY decorations which will look Amazing in your home; and are fun for the whole family. Not only are these easy but they are also budget friendly. Just in time for the weekend and those holiday parties with your family and friends. Hope these are as fun to make as they were to find!
Plain Glass Ornament
Festive Glass Vases
Joyful Message ornaments
Deck the Doors
Epsom Salt Snow
Share your DIY ideas and crafts!
Please join us for a magical holiday event on December 8th from 2-4pm at the Pathways Presentation Centre.
This is the perfect opportunity to meet your neighbours and discover for yourself what the Pathways Community is all about. Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa and take in the seasonal atmosphere with friends and neighbours while sitting around the fireplace. Kids can get creative and join in on the fun of decorating gingerbread cookies.
RSVP by December 5 by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-584-2225
We Look Forward To Seeing You!
You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town. With just a little over a month until Christmas there seems to be a special buzz in the air. The weather is getting cooler the nights are getting longer, the Christmas decorations are coming out and Santa Claus has been spotted making his way through a town near you.
This weekend until December 16 you may even have lunch with Santa at Downey’s Farm. Both Saturday and Sunday Downey’s farm is hosting a pizza lunch with Santa himself from 12pm-3pm. To reserve a spot call 905-838-2990 or visit the website here.
Also on December 1, the annual Kinsmen Santa Claus parade will be held in downtown Bolton with an “Olde Time Christmas” theme. The parade will close down Highway 50 to traffic from Queensgate Blvd to Bolton Heights Drive from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All roads crossing Queen Street along the parade route will also be closed to traffic. Santa will make his way along Highway 50 from Queensgate Blvd to Centennial Drive. The marshalling area for parade participants is from Albion-Vaughan Road to Queen Street along Queensgate Blvd.
Check out this website for some great festive ideas!
Have you seen Santa yet this year? Are you planning on going to see him this weekend or next? What are your favorite holiday activities?
The countdown is on! With only 5 days until Halloween both kids and adults are getting excited for trick-or- treating. Halloween is the day that kids and adults alike can be whoever or whatever they want! Homeowners, be sure to have your pumpkins ready and lit to welcome trick-or-treaters. Kids stock up on lots of treats and sneak in a few tricks but most importantly remember to stay safe. With such excitement young trick-or-treaters often forget to follow safety rules.
Here are a few tips to help keep youngsters safe:
- Never trick-or-treat alone. Always walk with an adult or a group of friends.
- Make sure you can be seen. Wear reflective, bright colour costumes, or fasten reflective tape to your costume or bag (You can also wear glow sticks!).
- Only visit well-lit houses.
- Don’t go into the house for your treats; always wait outside.
- Don’t eat any treats until an adult has inspected them.
- Halloween means there will be children on the streets. Drivers need to use extra caution. With the excitement of Halloween, children may forget simple pedestrian safety rules.
- Drive slowly in residential areas where children are more likely to be trick-or-treating. Reduce your speed and stay alert.
- Slow down and proceed with caution when entering and exiting driveways or backing up.
- Keep your home and doorway well lit. Clear sidewalks and pathways for safety.
- Avoid using open flames in any displays (Candles in pumpkins can be replaced with a flash light or flameless candle.)
Also remember, we’re hosting a special Halloween Event tomorrow from 1 – 4pm. There will be activities for the whole family, including cookie decorating, face painting, entertainment as well as light refreshments.
Children are encouraged to come dressed up in their Halloween costumes. There will be a prize for the best costume!
What are you going to dress up as for Halloween?
Summer may be over, but the fun has just begun!
This weekend in Caledon East, there are four Amazing events to choose from that are fun for the whole family.
On Saturday Downey’s Farm Market kicks off its annual Pumkinfest. This event runs from Sept 29 through to October 31. Pumkinfest includes unlimited wagon rides, live entertainment, face painting, straw jumping, farm animals, super corn maze and much more!
What’s great is that Downey’s is only a 15-min drive from Pathways.
For directions, pricing info, pictures, and more information visit the Downey’s Farm website.
Also on Saturday, the Caledon Hill’s Studio Tour is returning for its 22nd season. It boasts 8 prestigious studios and the world class art of 15 exhibitors. This event allows you to explore quality art such as leather, glass, acrylics, mixed media, photography, oils, wood, stone, pottery and jewelry. Visit this event’s website where you can find an interactive map of studio locations in the beautiful countryside of Caledon Hill’s.
The fun doesn’t stop there. On Sunday the Bruce Trail is hosting Bruce Trail Day. Bruce Trail Day is held to promote public awareness of the Bruce Trail and the benefits of outdoor activity on land conserved for future generations. All hikes are free and designed to be introductory. Guided hikes are available throughout the day from 1 hour to 2.5 hours in length.
Visit The Bruce Trail website for more information.
Another great family event is the C3 / Kinetico Running Festival. A 5km, 10k and Kids 1 Mile Fun Run. This event is to promote active living and help the local Caledon Community Food Bank. For more information visit the C3/ Kinetico Running Festival website.
Which event will you and your family be going to?
Have a Great Weekend!
Called CUISINE-ART, this is a weekend-long culinary and artistic festival that brings together fine art by 25 talented artists and delicious food that will be prepared by award-winning regional chefs with local ingredients. What’s more, you will also get a chance to enjoy craft beer, fine wines, cider, lemonade and ginger syrup.
If you’d like more detail about the event, please click here.
CUISINE-ART is only four years old, yet its attendance has been steadily increasing, no doubt due to its winning combination of art and food. Not surprisingly, 1,500 people are expected to attend this year alone.
Will you be one of them?