The Boyne Road Hazardous Waste Facility will be OPEN Saturday June 23rd between the hours of 8:00am to 12:00pm for the residents of Dundas County to safely remove their household hazardous waste.
Any questions, please contact:
Doug Froats, Waste Coordinator, 613-774-5157
Join us for a celebration of community, following the huge success of last year’s Meet Me on Main Street event series. The Township of North Dundas will once again be hosting a series of dinners in July and August.
Join your Council and neighbours for food, live entertainment, and fun, as we close a section of a main street, set-up tables and chairs, and enjoy a summer event that is not to be missed!
– A section of a main street will be closed to host residents and guests for live entertainment and the option to purchase food from local food vendors
– There will also be a cash bar and refreshments available for purchase
– Tables and chairs will be set-up in the middle of the street
– All residents are invited to join for one night or the entire event series
– The events will take place in a different hamlet each week from 5:30pm till 8:00pm. The Road Closures will be in effect from 2:00pm till 9:00pm at each event.
All properties with the Township are hereby requested to be in compliance with the Weed Control Act by June 27, 2018 and throughout the season.
Noxious Weed Notice to Residents 2018
With funding support from the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, the Morewood Community Hall recently underwent further amazing enhancements.
To book this hall for your next function, please contact the Township of North Dundas at 613-774-2105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The front entrance was replaced with an AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) compliant door.
Oak trim was installed around the archways and doorways.
The community hall now features a larger universal washroom that is AODA compliant.
In 2016 the hall floor was replaced. BEFORE.
The new hall floor. AFTER.
The old bar that the Morewood Fire Association replaced. BEFORE.
The beautiful new showpiece. AFTER.
The kitchen cabinets were replaced in 2016. BEFORE.
The new bright white, matching cabinets and a neutral countertop that features a triple sink and a hand washing station sink. AFTER.
Thank you to the sponsors and all who helped make the June 8th Ribfest in Winchester possible.
It was a great time had by all who enjoyed tasty ribs, live music from Marleen Fawcett and Soul Sounds, plus Beau’s beer and Smokie Ridge wine.
Photos courtesy of Winchester Press.
Canada Day Celebrations at the South Mountain Fair Grounds
Hosted by the Mountain and Chesterville District Lions Club
Musical Entertainment includes Amush, The Dixie Chicklets, Marleen Fawcett and Michaela Cote
Kids will love the air bounce rides, Little Ray’s Reptiles and Vanderlaand’s Petting Zoo
Enjoy a BBQ steak & chicken dinner from 4:00-7:00pm, $15 per person
Fireworks begin at dark and the music begins at 3:00pm
South Mountain Fairgrounds, 2967 Lough Rd, South Mountain
The Chesterville Waterfront was a hive of activity June 2nd and 3rd for the wonderful Art on the Waterfront event.
Thank you to everyone who contributed and worked hard to put on this amazing two-day festival celebrating local artists and artisans.
The weekend featured artwork, handmade soaps, jewelry, preserves, home baked goods, and much more. They were also demonstrations from local martial artists, dancers, performers, a “Kid’s Zone” and “LIVE” music.
Photos courtesy of Nation Valley News
As of July 1st, 2018 all institutional, multi-residential and commercially assessed businesses will be limited to a total of 6 bags or containers per week.
Any questions, please contact:
Doug Froats, Director of Waste Management
Come and join South Nation Conservation Sunday, June 10th from 3:00-4:00pm at the Alvin Runnalls Forest, located at 1919 County Road 7, Morewood.
The property unveiling will feature a ribbon cutting by the Runnalls family, speeches by invited guests and a property tour with refreshments.
SNC and SDG accepts donated lands year-round through Canada’s Ecological Gifts Program. Donated lands are used to improve forest cover, ensure healthy ecosystems, and provide public recreational opportunities.
Tourism Week is an initiative that focuses on showcasing the economic importance of travel and tourism throughout Canada.
It was kicked off May 28th at Terrace Green B&B with a 100% locally sourced breakfast.
Businesses from throughout The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry and MP Guy Lauzon were in attendance to celebrate the start of the week.
Photos courtesy of the Winchester Press