The village of Vineland (population 3756) is an unincorporated community within the Town of Lincoln in the Niagara Peninsula in the province of Ontario, Canada.
Vineland hosts a large craft fair that takes place on Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. Craft stalls are set up on the main street, Victoria Avenue, and at the Ball's Falls Conservation Area. This festival also extends into the ball park in neighbouring town of Jordan.
The First Mennonite Church in Vineland, adjacent to the cemetery at the corner of Regional Road 81 (former Highway 8) and Martin Road, organized in 1801, is the oldest Mennonite congregation in Canada. Vineland formerly hosted a local pub, the “Green Valley”. This was the only pub in the municipality, however it was closed down due to financial matters. The pub was known to host many local bands and musicians. Vineland also has one of the only “Avondale” food stores that contains an LCBO inside. Vineland has a multitude of antique stores, such as "Granny’s Boot" and “Vineland Antiques”. Vineland is known for its local fruit markets and florists.
Vineland is also home to a variety of wineries. For example, Vineland Estates Winery is located on Moyer road and has a large selection of award winning wines. A restaurant is also located on the property. The restaurant only uses impeccably fresh, local ingredients, and has four diamond service.
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