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Map of shops and attractions
« My nest in Potton » Sculpture
"My nest in Potton" a sculpture made by art blacksmith Jean-François Bertrand in collaboration with people from the community. To create his work, the sculptor worked with recycled materials from old agricultural equipment. In choosing the owl, he referred to the Owl's Head Ski Resort, located near the rest area. Photo credit: La Tribune de Sherbrooke newspaper
Abenaki Waterway Sculpture
Inaugurated on October 1, 2017 at the Parc André-Gagnon in Mansonville, this sculpture, signed Daniel Haché, is a tribute to the Missisquoi River and the Abenaki who inhabited the area. The sculpture ‘Abenaki Waterway’ represents an Abenaki portaging with his canoe. Bolton-East artist Daniel Haché wanted to emphasize the important contribution of the Abenakis to the region, while highlighting the Missisquoi River that runs alongside André-Gagnon Park. The sculpture « Abenaki Waterway » means : - 80 full-time working days - 2 trunks of poplars 3 feet in diameter - 1 ton of steel
My sculptures are reflections on a woman's life: ponderings embodied in gesture, intent caught in movement. A fold in the clay might remind me of how it felt to stretch out on a meadow... I follow that fold, create that stretch, until a "Being" "looks back at me" and vibrates with it. I work in stoneware clay fired in a gas fired kiln, creating unique pieces that give character to a home or a garden. Some of my pieces can stay outside year round. Come and visit me at the Ruiter Brook Pottery from May to September.
Api M.D. Farm
Ariel Bétancourt - Independent Univera Associate
Aux champs Mère-Terre
New berries have arrived in Quebec, and we are proud to be among the first producers of camerise (haskaps) and aronia (chokeberries)
Pick-your-own located in the mountains. Come surprise your taste buds with these small fruits known as the fruits of longevity, rich in antioxidants, vitamins and more. Enhance your recipes and dazzle your guests!
U-pick of haskaps will start around June 20, 2020 and that of aronia will start around August 15, 2020. The location will be open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sale of fresh and processed products on site. Please visit the Facebook page for the exact dates and the state of maturity of the fruits.
Aux Mille Hostas
Come visit the largest collection of hostas in Canada: over 2100 different hostas, mini, small, medium, big and giant, blue, yellow, green and yellow, blue and white and white.Open from Saturday, May 11th to Saturday, August 31st, from Thursday to Saturday and from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Outside these dates, please make an appointment, we will welcome you with pleasure!
Camping Havre des Îles
Camping Nature Plein Air
Bed & Breakfast
Room rate per night:
Halley $ 89.24
We also have a workshop / art gallery in the garden.
Cheryl Clinton Veillon
Self-taught, my medium is oil painting. I like to work by intuition. I paint from the heart as I believe that my painting will first be seen by people who will pay attention to it. I am inspired by what I feel when I see a subject. What matters to me is the creation, the pleasure of discovering what is revealed under the brush strokes. I let myself be guided by the textures, the shapes and the assembly of the colors to draw a play of shadow and light.
I offer you a varied range of western cedar garden furniture that will allow you to appreciate your green space for years to come. I can also be your accomplice in designing interior furniture for this special little corner.
Domaine Chalets des Cèdres
Edith Dora Rey
Angus Pond Studio
I paint flora, fauna, landscape +portraits in acrylic, oil and watercolours. Commissions welcome. I’m a Swiss/Canadian floundering to make sense of the world via art in a wonderful studio (the old Perkins Bakery) in beautiful Vale Perkins, between a lake and two mountains. I studied painting at Emily Carr, Vancouver, photography at NSCAD, Halifax, film at Concordia, Montreal, watercolour at the Visual Arts Centre, Montreal. Come visit my studio anytime during the Circuit des Art or when the “ouvert” banner is flying (280 chemin Owl’s Head) or by appointment.
Excavation Stanley Mierwinski Inc
Ferme Abbondanza - Abbondanza Farm
Finesse Alpaga Ranch
Discover Mansonville's abundant Flea market at the St. Cajetan Church, open every Saturday, starting mid-May until mid-October from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. To donate unwanted items that are in good condition, please leave them at the basement door of the church.
Francine Hemmings Osteopathy
Francine Hemmings Osteopath registered D.O., practice this holistic medicine which re-establishing and maintaining the health and vitality of the patient. During the osteopathic treatment, soft manual techniques are used to mobilise various structures of the body (viscera, fascias, bone structures, etc.) according to the specific needs of each patient.Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Occasional Sunday
Gite Moka & Chocolat B&B
The Bed & Breakfast is located at the heart of the village of Mansonville, close to Jay Peak VT. We are only 5 miles from Owl’s Head Ski & Golf. Our B & B is an 'Ami du Circuit de l'abbaye' - Inaugurated in 2018, this long term walking circuit passes through eight municipalities in the west of the MRC Memphremagog: Austin, Magog, Orford, Eastman, Stukely-Sud, Saint-Etienne-de-Bolton, Bolton-Est, and Potton. During the pandemic, only one (1) room is available (which corresponds to 50% of the rental capacity). Also, it is necessary to leave the room at least 24 hours without occupation between rental dates, the time to disinfect everything. Continental breakfast (light buffet: fruits, cereals, breads, pastries and/or muffins) will be available for self-service in the dining room. There will be no more table service to limit contact with the B & B hosts.
Hiking trails of the Ruiter Valley Land Trust
Holy Transfiguration Russian Monastery
Jewett's General Store
web site: www.kathrynlipke.com
My artworks often combine sculpture, experimental photography and video that spans the natural and built worlds, finding connections in the materials and form of each, using their duality to point to the strange suspension of humanity between them. Recent work addresses a range of environmental themes: the scarcity of fresh water, the perils of climate change, and the complex relationship of agriculture, energy and hunger.
La Bouffée d'Air
La Bouffée d’Air is located at the entrance to the village of Mansonville and is next to André Gagnon Park. Specialist in the rental of sports and outdoor equipment for the whole family: electric bikes, kayaks, canoe, paddle boards and park games (baseball, tennis, pickleball, deck hockey). Dairy bar with local and regional flavors and shop selling kites, pinwheels, flags, games and souvenirs.
Open on week-ends* from May 21st to June 11th, 2022 from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Open daily from June 18 to September 5th, 2022 from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Open on week-ends* from September 10th to October 10th, 2022 from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
*Open weekdays upon reservation.
Les bleuets bio du marquis
Mansonville Public Market
Museum of Outsider Contemporary Art
Located in the heart of the Missisquoi valley, O'KATAVENTURES offers to discover the winding Missisquoi River aboard kayaks. Trips of 3, 4 and 6 hours are offered. This unique experience unlike any other will reveal the wonders of this unique location, whether you are looking for adventure or just a relaxing ride. A perfect outing for couples, families, corporate or school groups. Trips by moonlight are also available with a certified guide.
Pharmacie Cathy Riendeau et David Rousseau SENC
- Prescription extension
- Personalized consultation to review the efficacy of your drug treatment
- Travel medication kits
- Preparation of pill organizers
- Sale and rental of orthopedic and home care equipment
- Online prescription renewal
- Onsite blood test for anticoagulant therapy monitoring (INR)
- Information on blood glucose testing and controlling diabetes
- Blood pressure testing and personalized monitoring
- Monday to Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Thursday and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
- Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Sunday closed.
Pont de la Frontière 1896
The perfect place to enjoy homemade dishes and chatting in the heart of the village!
The Reilly House is a heritage building located in the heart of the village. A non-profit organization run by volunteers, the Reilly House offers services to the community.
The dining room offers free Wi-Fi and homemade soups, daily lunch specials and desserts.
There is also a second-hand store such as clothing, appliances and sports equipment. You can donate used items, please call to arrange drop-offs. Donated items must be in good condition and sellable.
Réserve naturelle des Montagnes Vertes, Singer sector
Landscapes, cityscapes and abstractions in limited edition prints in black and white and color.
Photography inspires me to reexamine the apparent world, to focus on, frame and connect with my surroundings. It provides an opportunity to observe, represent and ultimately recall the richness that often lies latent or overlooked in the commonplace world around us. I am interested in transmitting the sensation of the place as I have experienced it, by our collective idea of landscape and in the power of images of anonymous places to suggest, to evoke memories, real or imagined.
Ski Owl's Head
Open since 1975, we create garden fountains, goddesses, wall fountains and scarecrow heads plus bowls, teapots, and platters; all made from high-fired stoneware and porcelain clay and are produced in my studio.
In daily contact with nature in Potton, Sylvie Geneau draws her inspiration from it and brings it to life in her pastels and on her canvases.
A figurative painter, Sylvie celebrates the grandeur of nature. She aspires that her creations convey the wonder that she nourishes in life.
Sylvie Geneau acquired her foundation in drawing and painting at Concordia University, Faculty of Fine Arts. In 2013, she enrolled at the Atelier d'art Mine de Rien and developed a passion for pastel for almost 6 years. She is now pursuing her development with the American pastellist Alain J. Picard. She is a member of the Pastel Society of Eastern Canada and occasionally offers pastel workshops where she introduces new adepts to this medium.
*Visit of the workshop by appointment
The Mansonville Round Barn
The Missisquoi Nord Pathways, Township of Potton sector
The North Missisquoi Trail takes you to the Ruiter Trust and the Green Mountains Nature Reserve or even to the Sutton Natural Environment Park: Fifty kilometers of opportunities! The "village-mountain" path between Potton and the Green Mountains Reserve, from the corner of Westhill Road; Including Fullerton Road, is well suited to cross-country skiing, although the main track is frequented by snowmobiles, there are several loops in the forest for snowshoers or cross-country skiers; In the Ruiter Creek Valley Trust, signs tell snowshoers to evolve leaving a blank span for skiers. Trails at Owl's Head: A partnership between Missisquoi North and Owl's Head gives rise to a hiking trail on the shore of Lake Memphremagog with ascent of Mount Owl's Head until the arrival of the main ski lift. This trail is in the last phase of construction and will be located on the eastern side of the mountain and will transport the hiker in the history of the past of the mountain while walking in an environment in full nature.
Silk-screen printing workshop
Workshop of artisanal silk-screen printing
Introduction to silk-screening and sale of art silk-screen prints, by appointment
Ya’ta’ Pottery - Julie-Anne Bellefleur
In her studio located in the Sugarloaf Pond area of Potton, Julie-Anne Bellefleur creates small series of utilitarian pieces and one-of-a-kind works of expression. Navigating between traditional and contemporary modes, her creations are distinguished by the organic, even primitive, character they exude. Her approach is intimately linked to a quest for identity and the desire to reappropriate the cultural heritage bequeathed to her by her Wendat ancestors, "the island people".