The Cedar Hill School House hits all the Maple Run buttons – talent, tradition, food, and even a bit of time travel! – in one visit. At this gem of a heritage building you will discover 4 artisans, and 2 artisanal food purveyors, and have the opportunity to experience the history and heritage of the Cedar Hill schoolhouse, built in 1874.

Accessible, Washroom Available

At the Cedar Hill Schoolhouse you can find leatherworking, hand painted pottery, gemstone jewellery, nature photography, baking and honey products.

Lis Allison – Hand made and hand painted stoneware and porcelain 

Bill Thurlow of Heavenly Honey – Honey and beeswax products

Shawn Humphrey of Humphrey Leatherworks – Traditional leatherworking

Kat Stevens of Moonshadow Designs – Wire crochet and gemstone jewellery

Anita Schlarb – Wildlife and Nature photography

Revia Fisher-Titus of Tastes of Temptation – baked goods and tempting treats

Schoolhouse notes: Step back in time to 1874 and experience this lovingly-maintained one-room school house, with its huge original slate chalkboards, teacher’s desk, and fascinating displays. The schoolhouse was in continuous operation from 1874 until 1968, when it became a community hall that is still in use today.  There are still many local residents who attended Cedar Hill Schoolhouse, and it holds a special place in the heart of the community.

The Cedar Hill School House is conveniently located between Pakenham and Almonte, and is on the way to or from Fulton’s Sugar Bush and Maple Shop But if you’re planning a visit to Fulton’s please note – Fulton’s is open daily from 8am to 3PM.