Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company has been a popular place for Wolseley residents to purchase fresh baked goodies for 25 years.
Sat. Sept. 5, owners Paul and Tabitha Langen, Lyle and Kathy Bartman and Louic Perrot decided to commemorate their quarter century anniversary with live music and free cinnamon buns, tea and coffee.
Many came out for the event to enjoy the delicious cinnamon buns that were handed out throughout the day. The event ran from 9am to 3pm.
Sitting on the sidewalk patio, the guests were treated to some nice music courtesy of a trio of two violins and keyboards.
The bakery has been a regular fixture in the neighbourhood and it’s always quite refreshing to smell the delicious aromas wafting out of the building as you walk by the building at 859 Westminster Ave.
The pleasant smell of fresh baked bread as the bakers work overnight has made me hungry on many occasions as I passed by the store late at night.
The bakery prides itself on the fact that they use organic grains in their preparations. The leaflet they handed out thanked God, our mother earth, our farmers, growers and suppliers, our Wolseley neighbours, our customers, staff and families.
The owners plan to have a more formal 25th Anniversary celebration in the spring of 2016.
All photos by Doug Kretchmer