Welcome to our July email newsletter!

There are some great events happening this month, including the After Dark Earth Market and Oakville's Children's Festival. Another great activity for children and adults is picking your own fruit - we're lucky to have a number of Pick-Your-Own farms in the area, and nothing is fresher than something just off the vine. Scroll down for these links and more.

There is finally some good news in the market - across the GTA, the average sales price is back up and sales are also on the rise!

As always, we are here for all of your real estate needs. If you are looking to buy or sell a home or just have questions about the market, give us a call today. We love helping you find home.

Loretta Phinney and the Team

Loretta Phinney, B.Sc. 
Sales Representative/Brokerage Owner
Royal LePage Real Estate Services Loretta Phinney, Brokerage
July Events!
After Dark Earth Market: July 14

After Dark Earth Market: A joint Market bringing together Earth Markets and the Night Market. The event will include food trucks, farmers, musicians, local wine & beer, as well as many others.

Because Beer:
July 13 - 15

Join us in Hamilton for this unique opportunity to sample hundreds of craft beers and ciders from more than three dozen craft beer and cider makers, interact with brewers and listen to dynamic guest speakers.

Oakville Children's Festival: July 8

Join us at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre where the grounds will be transformed into an arts and culture playground for kids of all ages and abilities. National treasure and four-time Juno Award winner Fred Penner will headline the festival.

The 'in' things... for creating a refreshing outdoor living space
Designers often talk about the perfect “outdoor living room” — a deck or patio that combines the comfort and style of indoor decorating with the pleasure of relaxing outside. But what separates these outdoor entertaining spaces from more typically decorated backyards?

Click here for the full article
5 Pick-Your-Own Farms In and Around Halton
Farms across the province have fruits getting ready to be picked.

Got a recipe you want to try with fresh fruit? Or do you enjoy living the farm life for a day?

You'll need your own container at most farms and most don't permit bags. It's best to wear comfortable shoes and clothing you don't mind getting some mud on. It's also best to wear full sleeves to prevent any scratches you might endure from the branches.

Here's where you can go, container in hand and get picking!

Click here for the list
 Loretta Phinney, B.Sc.| Sales Representative |  905 822 6900  |  Email  |  Website
Royal LePage Real Estate Services Loretta Phinney, Brokerage

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