I found a brief mention of a community oven in an on-line article for the Fergus-Elora News Express. The article says in part:
KIPPelora to begin building ovens
After many months of community collaboration and with great enthusiastic anticipation, KIPPelora is set to build the ovens that are the centrepiece of the project.Having more detail, I started to see if I could find more information. I discovered more than I was expecting.
The community oven build is set to start at 9 a.m. Saturday and expected to continue through to Monday, states a KIPPelora release.
The Kitchen in the Park Project aims to set up wood-burning, community-use ovens at the east end of Bissell Park in Elora that it's hoped will eventually become the core of a community food area in the park.
Over the past week a large storage shed has been built on site at Bissell Park at the east end near the iron walking bridge and building materials have been gathered for the building work to commence.
Edge Realty has offered their services to clean up the cement pad and area, while Grand River Tree Service has donated time to cutting back large weed trees.
These are just some examples of amazing donations that have come from our community, the release states.
Centre Wellington District High School is actively assembling a donor wall, with Wellington Manufacturers providing bracket supports for this large structure.
A Newfoundland Architect donated the design to KIPP, believing the project has merit.
They had a Wordpress blog, including an explanation of their project, progress reports, and a YouTube video.
I even discovered some previous press that they had gotten.
Finally, I discovered they had a Facebook page.
This project embodies all the community aspects of wood-fired ovens that I find exciting. I wish them all good fortune.
My web page for specific community ovens is here. My link collection for community ovens is here.(This one is where links for KIPPelora will eventually wind up.)