Media Release: Community Living Huntsville serves up new location, new caterer, and lots of laughs with 2023 Autumn Brunch

3 smiling people stand outside a building, the Active Living Centre. A man in the centre, a chef, holds a platter of food while the 2 other people stand either side of him holding forks.

Huntsville community member Kelley Halden (left), Tall Trees co-owner Randy Vowels, and Community Living Huntsville community engagement specialist Jennifer Jerrett are ready to dig into the not-for-profit organization’s 2023 Autumn Brunch with its new location, new caterer, and a dash of comedy. Photo by Community Living Huntsville.

North Muskoka – Get ready to tuck into a delicious brunch at a new venue over lots of laughs in October.

Community Living Huntsville’s 2023 Autumn Brunch presented by Tall Trees will welcome guests to the Active Living Centre, 7 Camp Kitchen Road, Huntsville, Ontario, on Sunday, October 1, from 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM. Tickets are $65 per person and available at The deadline to purchase tickets is September 21.

“You do not want to miss this superb morning of excellent food, fun, and inspiring conversations worth having with a comedic guest speaker,” says Jennifer Jerrett, Community Engagement Specialist for Community Living Huntsville. “We are so excited to offer guests a revitalized Autumn Brunch experience that remains filled with – and dedicated to – inspiring possibilities for inclusion of people with developmental disabilities.”

Tall Trees co-owners and chefs Ashley and Randy Vowels, who are proud supporters of Community Living Huntsville and have joined the event for the first time, have created a signature menu for the event. It features stuffed French toast, southwest eggs Benedict cups, glazed whole-roasted peameal bacon, smoked mozzarella ravioli with sundried tomato and creamy pesto, a build-your-own omelette and egg station, and more.

In addition to sharing a buffet brunch together, guests can also enjoy the event’s hallmark mimosa mingle, silent auction, vendors, and live music. After brunch, Michael McCreary, an autistic comedian, actor, author, and sought-after speaker, will give his audience permission to laugh at the lighter side of the autism spectrum, while offering valuable perspective toward a more inclusive community.

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Community Living Huntsville is a not-for-profit, registered charity that supports and advocates alongside more than 300 people with developmental disabilities, and their families, to live, work, and play in unique and purposeful ways in North Muskoka. Learn more at Follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Linkedin.