The Chatsworth Fish Culture Station is one of ten fish rearing facilities operated by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. It has been in operation for about 80 years. The station produces lake trout for stocking Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. It was updated in 2002. Please join us.
Location: Chatsworth Fish Culture Station, 236292 Concession 2B, Sullivan South of Chatsworth
CORRECTION TO TRAVEL INSTRUCTIONS in brochure:
Going south on Highway 6, go past Chatsworth turn right, [west] at paved Side Road 5, to Concession 2B, turn right [north] ½ Mile, to Fish Hatchery Fire # 236292.
Going north from Williamsford on Highway 6, turn left [west] at paved Side Road 5, to Concession 2B, turn right [north] ½ mile to Fish Hatchery Fire #236292. These direction have more paved road than turning at Shiloh Cemetery corner.
Friday, July 13, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Wednesday, June 20 at 12:30 p.m. Summer Potluck Owen Sound
When Styn [our Society President] and her late husband, Fred, bought the farm in 1973, they knew nothing of its history. Luckily, Jean MacDonald, a member of the same church they attended, was happy to learn of their purchase. Jean then wrote about the land and its many owners and the building of the back addition. She gave them a wonderful picture of the home taken in the late 1800s. Living on the farm for over 40 years, Styn will take you back in time with some prints, deeds, and stories.
Come and enjoy the outdoors under the maple tree and share a pot luck lunch on the spacious lawn or on the front porch if the weather does not co-operate.
Bring your lawn chairs.
There will be a short business meeting. We did not have quorum at the annual meeting, so a few minutes will be spent on the necessary motions.
Location: Address 143242 Superior Street, Owen Sound Go past the GBRHC hospital and turn right at the end of the road. Go past the KOA Camp Ground and at the top of the hill, turn right. First farm on the left. Tall spruce trees, white garage. Lots of parking down laneway or under the trees.