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Posted On Thursday, October 14, 2021

Sidewalk Pre-Paving UPDATE: The installation of a Rainbow Crosswalk was delayed due to rainy conditions at Trowbridge Street East and the Sykes Street East intersection. The road painting cannot happen in rainy conditions and our beautiful new Rainbow Crosswalk has been delayed in the installation process. We will be checking the weather for some nice sunny days for the installation. The work might require temporary traffic disruptions. The work being completed as part of the 2021 line painting...
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Posted On Friday, October 08, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2) Welcome October when the colours on the hills are vibrant and changing daily. The days are gradually getting shorter, casting longer shadows and frost is creeping in to remind us that colder weather is on its way. It’s sweater weather, but there’s still time to enjoy as much outdoor fun as we can. It is so invigorating to hike – or bike – the Georgian or Bruce Trails, captivated by brilliant fall colours and inhaling that refreshing,...
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Posted On Friday, October 08, 2021

Sykes StreetSykes Street North between Collingwood Street and Lombard Street will be open this weekend to vehicle traffic starting at  4 p.m. today. As a result of construction progress and the installation of the first course of asphalt this week, Sykes Street North will temporarily open for this weekend. The street will close once again at 7 a.m. on Tuesday October 12, 2021 as construction work continues next week. While the road is open to vehicular traffic, the sidewalks remain closed...
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Posted On Friday, October 01, 2021

potions classThe Municipality of Meaford Recreation Department has partnered with Imagination Studio , a local community art group, to offer an exciting new ‘Potions Class’ just in time for Halloween. Meaford Culture Foundation has generously provided funding for this class.
Kids will participate in a real life Potions Class and be inspired by their Potions Master who will show some of the most magical and rare potion recipes. In this workshop they’ll discover how Ground...

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Posted On Friday, September 24, 2021

Barb Clumpus (2) The brilliant colours in the trees have begun to pop; there’s the smell of apples in the air, and the harvest bounty welcomes visitors to local farm stores and the final days of local farmers’ markets. Fall has officially arrived. It is exciting to see the doors to Meaford Hall open again with an art show and modified programming being offered and invitations to join up for curling are welcome indeed after this long drought.
Thanks to your continued...

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