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Clarksburg is a quaint village with a blend of the traditional and modern located in the Beaver Valley just south of Thornbury on Grey Rd 13 in The Blue Mountains region of Ontario. Clarksburg is a bustling little village with many interesting places to visit and shop such as the old fashioned hardware store with its well worn wooden floors and a hand cranked cash register, the honey store that is shaped like a bee hive and Clarksburgers, the funky clothing store. Local restaurants include The Dam Pub, Village Inn Restaurant, Wong's Restaurant, and Sisi On Main.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Clarksburg is located close to Conover, Black Bank Hill, Daly Point, Big Bay and Indian Falls.
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- Longitude: -80°27'42.256
- Latitude: 44°32'45.157
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Located at 183 Marsh. 3000 square feet of art, over 600 paintings, over 30 artists, continuous exhibitions and special art shows. Loft Gallery is owned and operated by Debra Carroll and Phil McCormack. They opened the gallery in Clarksburg in the Town of the Blue Mountains in 2006 and have enjoyed being a part of the community of Clarksburg. Phil is the President of the Clarksburg Business Association. Debra Lynn Carroll is the artist in Residence with her studio adjacent to Loft Gallery. Clarksburg has become such a strong artist’s community that it is lovingly referred to as Artsburg, named by local artist Bill Hartman (Bill is now fondly remembered and greatly missed by Debra and Phil and all the members of the arts community). In July of 2009 Clarksburg will celebrate its third annual Artsburg Day on Saturday July 18. Come help us all celebrate the arts related businesses in Clarksburg. Loft Gallery’s primary focus is local landscape paintings and also includes a wide variety of art including abstract, non-objective and whimsical paintings and rock sculpture. Each Summer Loft Gallery will host the Bruce Trail and Escarpment Exhibition. . a special show held for three weeks to celebrate the Bruce Trail and the work of artists from across the province.
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