Saturday, October 29
This full day event at the Historic Leaskdale Church celebrates Lucy Maud Montgomery and her contribution to Canadian literature. The Day includes speakers, a luncheon, coffee and snacks. More details to follow closer to the date.
Maud’s Favourite Things Gift Show
Friday November 11 4:00 to 7:00 pm & Saturday, November 12 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
The Historic Leaskdale Church becomes a treasure house of beautiful gifts, home furnishings, decorations, confections, handmade accessories, paintings and crafts. Lunch and homemade pie by the slice will be available!
Community Christmas Concert
Saturday, November 26
Community talent takes the fore in an evening of music, dance, recitation and skits. All the family can join in the carol singing and fun, and enjoy a visit from Santa.
Community Church Service
Sunday, December 11
Our annual service will be held at the Historic Leaskdale Church at 1:00 p.m. and everyone is welcome to attend.
Discover Maud in the Garden
After two years of hard work, our statue of Maud is installed in the garden, unveiled on June 20th by The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. A beautiful work of art by local artist, Wynn Walters, she is seated in the garden looking across the fields she loved. Visit Maud in our church garden, sit and take your picture with her and finish with a tour of the home where she lived and wrote.
We are proud to bring Maud to the garden with the help of The Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Discover L. M. Montgomery’s Life in Leaskdale
Tea & Tour package – Open everyday June thru Labour Day 12:00-4:00
Cost: Tea & Tour: $12.00 per person Tour only: $7 per Adult, Children under 12 free
Tours available from September thru May by appointment only
Take a journey back in time to The Leaskdale Manse and Historic Leaskdale Church. Discover, nestled in our scenic garden, the only full-size bronze statue of Canada’s beloved author. Gain insight into Maud’s life with a historic video before walking in her footsteps on a guided tour through the church where her husband preached and the lovingly restored manse where she lived and wrote. After a photo-op in the garden beside the statue, enjoy tea and scones in our interpretive centre before perusing the gift shop for a book or two.
For directions to the site, please click on the following link, then the Get Directions button on top of the page:Directions to Leaskdale Manse National Historic Site
Bus Tours and Group Tours are always welcome – please call and book in advance.