BIA marks 30th anniversary with Foundersʼ Dinner
Creemore BIA is celebrating three decades of commerce with a Founders’ Dinner.
Past and current members, and the wider community are invited to celebrate and learn about the evolution of Creemore.
“We hope to use the evening not only as a sales piece for Creemore showcasing our best to other BIAs, chambers, tourism and economic development at various levels of government but also as a means of engaging and uniting our membership in future marketing endeavours,” said BIA president Jackie Durnford. “Of course we’re also hoping it’s just a fun evening for everyone.”
Speaking about marketing the small town experience, is John Wiggins, past BIA member and founder of Creemore Springs Brewery, which is also celebrating its 30-year anniversary.
The Founder’s Dinner starts with a cocktail party, followed by a farm-to-table dinner highlighting local chefs, farmers, brewers, winemakers, cider makers and more.
The BIA will be acknowledging some local businesses with awards for their achievements.
Founders’ Dinner is Tuesday, June 20 at 6 p.m. at Station on the Green. Tickets cost $55 and are available at Creemore 100 Mile Store, The Creemore Echo and Heirloom 142.