Every business in Stirling-Rawdon offers something uniquely different from the next. Filled with storefronts and service providers offering art, home decor, antique furniture, world-class candy, DIY wine, hairstyling, spa treatments, and professional services like bookkeeping, accounting, insurance, graphic design, legal representation, mortgage assistance and more, Stirling-Rawdon provides the amenities of a larger town in a picturesque country setting. See this month’s featured businesses below, or click the button to see our full business directory.
Taylor is a local photographer. His candid and artistic eye for beautiful photography has quickly made him one of our not-so-hidden gems in the Stirling-Rawdon community.
Taylor isn’t just a great photographer though, he’s an incredibly kind human being. When we reached out to him for a little assistance with beautiful photography for this website, he happily obliged. His photos helped us create a website that our Stirling-Rawson Business Improvement Association can be proud of, and we are eternally grateful.
To see more of Taylor’s work, click the button below. It’s wonderful seeing the world through his eyes.
Stirling-Rawdon is often bustling with events hosted by our local business owners. Check out what’s coming up on our event calendar below.
1.) We have a rich history in agriculture and farming. With a variety of different farms still active today, we’ve got everything from alpacas, apples, water buffalo, and We’ve also got Farmtown Park, and agricultural museum and heritage centre that showcases our local history.
2.) We have a mercantile that stocks candy from all over the world. A throwback to the things many people loved about small candy shops growing up, the Stirling General Store and Mercantile is a favourite amongst our residents.
3.) We are the home of the Stirling Creamery which, if you ask us, churns the best butter and makes the best dairy products.
Stirling-Rawdon is the perfect little place for an afternoon getaway or a quick stop for food on the way to the cottage. More than that, it’s an amazing place to live.
We’ve got amenities like Foodland, the LCBO, Subway, Esso, and Home Hardware, nestled among BIA-member businesses like The Vintage Junction, The Country Lawyer, Rustic Routes & Hi-Country, The Studio, Antique Elegance by Design, Creekside Yoga, Savoury House Chinese Cuisine, The Stirling General Store & Mercantile, Jimmy’s Pizza & Wings, The Black Dog Family Restaurant, The Stirling Theatre, Stirling Feed & Seed, and more.
Associate membership is just $75/year.
The application process is simple. Just fill out the application form after clicking the button below. From there, someone will be in touch with instructions about how you can pay your membership fee. Easy, right?