Whitchurch–Stouffville /ˈwɪtʃərtʃˈstoʊvɪl/ (2016 population 45,837) is a municipality in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario, Canada, approximately 50 kilometres north of downtown Toronto, and 55 kilometres north-east of Toronto Pearson International Airport. It is 206.41 square kilometres in size, and located in the mid-eastern area of the Regional Municipality of York on the ecologically-sensitive Oak Ridges Moraine. Its motto since 1993 is "country close to the city".
Restaurants in Whitchurch-Stouffville
4.5 based on 31 reviews
A great place for families with young children (likely best for 2-8 yr olds). There is a very small entrance fee of $2/person. You are welcome to bring food for the animals (their website lists safe foods) and the kids will have a great time feeding them. They also do children's birthday parties and have pony rides for $5. A great way to spend time with the kids.
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Great Mall with everything you could ever want in a shopping experience. Food court second only to Yorkdale for quality and selection. Arrived at 8.45 only to see most of the spots close to the entrance occupied. Are the employees taking these spots?
4 based on 24 reviews
The Varley presents Exhibitions of historical and contemporary Canadian art, and offers educational programs year-round. Through research, Exhibitions, community programming and publications, the Gallery explores the art of F.H. Varley – a founding member of the Group of Seven – his peers, and other artists who have shaped artistic practice in Canada.
A nice modern building at the end of Unionville's historic Main Street. The permanent Varley collection is quite interesting. The special exhibits can vary.... this time it was about communication, which did very little for me. However it is always worthwhile taking the time to look in when in the area.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
It is so nice to have a professional theatre venue north of the city WITH PARKING! It's so much easier to navigate this area than downtown Toronto. And it's nice to have big acts come here, yet the atmosphere is cosy and intimate. Beautifully luxurious inside.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
This park, plus the extension of walking trails located nearby, makes this place a truly fantastic park to enjoy. A lot of events are held at the park throughout the year. This is a wonderful place to walk, sit and meet your friends / neighbours.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
. I have passed this winery many times and was curious to knowmore- checked out the website and found out they serve lunch. The pics on the website are lovely!
Made a reservation as it was advised and took friwnd for lunch.
Beautiful surroundings- you sit outside with a view of the vineyards.
Lunch was great- options included pizza and panini to name a few.
We opted to share a garden salad( good) and then split the apple brie panini( great) and veggie panini( pretty good)
Service was excelellent- when the wine we chose wasn't really to our liking our waitress happily brought us something else( the reds are pretty young- I'd go for a white next time, especially if you like a full bodied red)
We enjoyed a leisurely lunch- no rushing us- and a truly lovely setting.
A good spot for atmosphere and good quality food. Portions are more than decent- come hungry!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
4 based on 198 reviews
For years my family and I enjoyed our summer and fall visits to Whittamore farm. Sadly this is the last year since the farm is closed forever. Over the years, we enjoyed the fresh strawberries, fruits and vegetables grown locally, along with delicious baked goods. Goodbye Whittamore and thank you for the nice memories over the years.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
The Kindred Spirits Orchestra has performed since 2009, to a great acclaim, sold-out audiences, and standing ovations at the legendary CBC Glenn Gould Studio in downtown Toronto. As of the 2011, the Kindred Spirits Orchestra has also established a 6-concert subscription series at the Flato Markham Theatre, in addition to 3 community-outreach and 2 educational Concerts. Led by the charismatic Maestro Kristian Alexander, the Kindred Spirits Orchestra is enjoying an enormous popularity among York Region's residents and continues to attract avid audiences across the Greater Toronto Area. The Kindred Spirits Orchestra performs a wide range of compositions by Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Handel, Tchaikovsky, Haydn, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Chopin, and many others. Ardent supporter of contemporary music, the Kindred Spirits Orchestra created, also in 2011, Markham Contemporary Music Festival, an annual event that has brought to life great pieces of the 20th century by Lutoslavsky, Stravisnky, Philip Glass, Honegger as well as by illustrious Canadian composers such as Garry Kulesha, Brian Current, Larysa Kuzmenko, Daniel Friedman, Kevin Lau, Constantine Caravassilis and James Campbell. During the past few years alone, the orchestra has regularly worked with internationally renowned soloists such as pianists Andre Laplante, Christina Quilico and James Parker, harpist Ann Hobson Pilot, violinists Jacques Israelievitch, Joelle Kee and Marc Djokic, cellist Rachel Mercer, soprano Rebecca Whelan, and tenor Keith Klassen, among many others. In 2014, the KSO has also given the Canadian premiere of John Williams' fame piece "On Willows and Birches" as well as the world premiere of James Campbell's Concerto for Harp and Orchestra.
I would take my whole family to listen to The Kindred Spirits Orchestra when they are performing at Unionville Main Street and they never disappoint us! Captivating, thrilling, Passionate are just a few words that come to mind when I am listening to them perform.
4 based on 25 reviews
Applewood is a small family run, family friendly farm. We offer pick your own strawberries, apples, pumpkins and raspberries in season. We also offer a winery which specializes in award winning fruit wines, ciders and Meade. Call our crop hotline for picking information. Our winery is open until Christmas...don't forget about us. Stop by to sample and stock up for the holidays. At Applewood we pride ourselves in being a comfortable, casual place where you can stop by and chat with the wine maker who is also the farmer! Hope to see you and your family soon.
This farm was very easily accessible in the York Region in Ontario (on McCowan just north of Stouffville Side Road). The apple trees were well situated in rows organized by the variety of apple. Depending on when you go different varieties would be ripe for...MoreThanks for taking the time to rewiew. Hope to see you again.?
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