Welcome to The Barn!

A Centre for Health, Wellness, Education, Arts, Music & Community Hub!


OPEN MIC Sundays 12-2pm  any music style | spoken word  | all ages

January hosts are Jayden Grahlman, John Bino, Kailey Hawkins & Chris Scerri!


FREE  Health & Wellness DEMOS   10:30 am every Saturday!


January 6th WILD FOOD series :

appetite-asparagus-food-greenJoin Chris Savidge (The Barn’s Herbalist)  learn how to ferment asparagus and garlic, a delicious way to get gut-healthy probiotics, and also how to make a delicious Elderberry syrup – the ultimate flu and cold buster and preventative.


January 13th, Join MEND to learn about Medicinal Cannabis and how it’s is being used locally to treat patients healing various conditions , January 20th Herbal Medicine series hosted by Chris Savidge (Herbalist & Acupuncturist) Join Chris to learn about The Liver in Chinese medicine – How giving loving attention to this workhorse of our body keeps us healthy in both body and mind , January 27th Let Food Be Thy Medicine series
*Jan. 6th ‘Spirit in Form’ ART Exhibit opens  *Jan.14th & Feb.11th Song Circle workshop  *January 20th HAND UP CAMEROON Benefit Concert!    Guided meditations (2 Tuesdays/month)  KARMA yoga classes by donation    


THANK YOU so much to everyone who has supported our Crowd Funding Campaign! If everyone helps a little we can change a lot!

HELP the Barn continue its outreach programs & grow click here

Our co-op was built by our community for our community, OWNED by our community (400+ local families) & we NEED YOU to continue on our journey!   Support local/organic food, health/wellness education, traditional knowledge, healing though food, art, music & and community solidarity by voting with your dollars.  Purchase something in our Beautiful Barn, sponsor us, volunteer or donate!   EVERY cup of coffee, bowl of soup and piece celery sold helps us grow!  
All of our education, music, arts & outreach programs are run 100% by volunteers:)
Our Mission is to create a sustainable, vibrant, and INCLUSIVE, center for health. Our methods to create this are: to secure a SUSTAINABLE and ATTAINABLE source to healthful organic, NON-GMO, and LOCAL foods, to facilitate the growth of a healthy COMMUNITY, and to integrate traditional, sustainable knowledge into our offerings, providing EDUCATION in all that we undertake.
Hwy 26, Meaford, ON (5 minutes west of Thornbury)  www.thebarncoop.ca
For more information contact Angela barnpress@gmail.com