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Saturday, 30 May 2015 15:53

Flower Baskets Installed

The Planter Baskets have been Delivered! Many thanks to BIA volunteers: Renate Seiber, Alistair Whytock, Katie & Shawn Cottrill, and Sylvia & Tony from Spring Breezes Greenhouse for helping out with installing the flower planter baskets on May 29 down Wingham's main street. If you ordered a wire planter basket from the BIA and didn't receive it this morning, please let me know. I have an extra planter basket left over; if any business would like to purchase it, please…
Saturday, 09 May 2015 01:15

Family Tree Re-opens After Move

 May 8 was the grand re-opening of The Family Tree after their recent move. The building was formerly the Triangle Discount. Pictured from left are Doug Kuyvenhoven (building owner), Nelson Frank (previous owner of the Triangle Discount and building), Matthew & Jen Schlauch (owners of the Family Tree), Connie Goodall (Economic Development Officer for North Huron), Sharon Chambers (CAO for North Huron), Jeff Drost (building owner and contractor who did all the work on the building). Economic Development Officer, Connie…
After too long an absence, Wingham Town Hall Theatre is gearing up to make a return run. A decision made at the April 7 meeting of North Huron council opens the doors for a fundraising campaign, and the eventual reopening of the theatre.
A comment by Deputy Reeve James Campbell at the April 7 meeting of North Huron council seemed to sum up the general view of the new Wingham Farmers Market - Let's get on with the show. The market steering committee has worked with council and staff to assure them the proper arrangements have been made and approvals secured. That includes insurance. Council's approval means the opening date of June 3 is confirmed, and the committee can now work at getting…
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 13:48

New Downtown Location for Petropolis

It’s a not just a business for Nikki Schiestel, owner of Wingham’s Petropolis. It’s her passion. Opening at a new location earlier this month at 237 Josephine Street, Nikki still offers the same great products, including Canadian-made pet foods, and an array of fun toys and accessories for your furry, feathered, or scaly friends. One change with the move is that while Petropolis still carries live feeders (crickets and mice) for reptiles, they no longer keep pets for sale on…