Peter and Patty Ellis welcomed 30 or so members of the Tec-We-Gwill Women’s Institute and Tecumseth & West Gwillimbury Historical Society to their 10th Line property, March 18, to enjoy a Canadian tradition: a visit to the sugar bush.
Technology, hockey, overcoming fear, the family camping trip – those were some of the topics covered by the young winners of the Bradford Lions Club's Effective Speaking Competition.
The Bradford Farmers' Market has been run by its vendors for the past 5 years – relying on vendors' fees and a grant from the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury to provide a vibrant summer market in the parking area adjacent to the public Library.
The last time a contingent of Youth from Holy Martyrs of Japan Catholic Church attended World Youth Day, to meet the Pope and Catholic Youth from around the world, the fundraising effort was admittedly challenging, with less than a year to raise the “big sum” needed.
The BWG Public Library was one busy place, over the March Break.
Elmes Yelverton Steele was not Simcoe County’s most famous Steele – that honour belongs to his son, Samuel Benfield Steele.
Ribfest will return to Bradford in 2017.
Have you ever cuddled up in a cosy blanket, or Grandma's old quilt, on a cold winter night? Just imagine the importance of these homely items in the poorly-heated, drafty homes of the 19th century.
Let’s face it, technology and design haven’t always mixed well.