hubofficeinteriorWe have given the property owner notice at the Community Incubator at 279 10th Street East in the Chicago Building that we will be out by December 31, or earlier, if he has a new tenant.

Thanks to the extreme generosity of Peter Reid of Tibbs Management who continued to pay the rent after he sold the building, the space has been used ....

communitysafetyDue to the facilitator's exposure to a confirmed case of COVID , the community safety meeting scheduled for September 19 at the Harmony Centre has been cancelled.

Further information will be supplied when it becomes available.

ChatsworthHoney 100th 16Sep23 beekidballoon leadinA century of sweetness made a buzz this weekend as Chatsworth Honey celebrated 100 years of beekeeping by hosting the Bee Olympics followed by a barbeque dinner and live music on a beautiful ...

MarshaCourtney 03 leadinThe Owen Sound Field Naturalists (OSFN) welcomed back a popular speaker at our monthly meeting, Thursday, Sept. 14, at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.

Hike leader and author Beth Gilhespy featured the geology of the Niagara Escarpment in the Beaver Valley and Sydenham club sections, explaining both areas in connection to her Walking Through Time books ...

opgonogee- by Dennis Thompsett

The Okeepenokee is like an enchanted little  country, just outside the city. If you take 20th Street on the East Hill and head towards Meaford, past  Pittsburg and the other stuff out there, you will come to a T- junction. Right will take you to the Meaford Highway. If you go left, past one country road you will come to the brow of a steep hill. Go down that Hill and suddenly you are on a friendly old country road with two bald ruts for wheels and grass in the middle. At this point you have entered the enchanted land known as the Okeepenoke. 


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