Wednesday, August 8, 2018

August 15, 2018 meeting about Oxenden, Ontario


Wednesday, August 15, at 1:30 p.m.
Wiarton Public Library
Our guest speaker will be author and illustrator, Lynne Porter, who will speak about her book Oxenden: The Way it Was. The book is a collection of 38 vignettes that “recall the early years of Native occupation, the settlers who displaced the original inhabitants, and the more recent families who enjoy the scenic setting”. Lynne has a passion for local history and genealogy.

Location: Wiarton Public Library, 578 Brown Street, Wiarton

Friday, July 13, 2018

Chatsworth Fish Hatchery -- Wednesday, July 18 at 1:30 p.m.

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.