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Posted Thursday, February 21, 2019

Tay, Ontario: Registration for recreation programming in Tay opened today.
Tay Township offers a wide range of  recreation programs , including Art Attack for youth ages 8 to 12 and active living fitness programs such as Tai Chi, Yoga and Zumba for adults.
The newly released  Parks and Recreation Guide features Soccer for youth ages 3 to 13, Summer Camp for youth ages 5 to 12, and Teen Camp for youth ages 13 to 15.
The activity guide also highlights...

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Posted Sunday, October 07, 2018

Fire Prevention Week runs from October 7 to 13, 2018
Tay, Ontario : Tay Fire and Emergency Services is urging everyone in Tay to look, listen and learn about fire safety during this year’s Fire Prevention Week. This year’s theme of Fire Prevention Week, which runs from October 7 to 13, is Look, listen and learn. Be aware—fire can happen anywhere.
The theme focuses on three fundamental actions people can take to be fire safe:
Look for potential...

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Posted Tuesday, June 05, 2018

Tay, Ontario : Tay Township is pleased to host Tay Bike Day on Saturday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bridgeview Park (4 Fallowfield Drive, Waubaushene).
“This annual community event promotes use of the Tay Shore Trail, encourages healthy and active transportation, and contributes to the development of new and positive community connections and relationships,” said Mayor Scott Warnock.
This year’s Tay Bike Day activities include a riding scavenger...

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Posted Thursday, April 12, 2018

Tay, Ontario : Tay Township is pleased to host the 3rd Annual Tay Township Wye Marsh Fundraising Dinner on Friday, May 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Oakwood Community Centre (290 Park Street, Victoria Harbour).
Last year’s fundraising dinner raised nearly $9,500—helping Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre continue to be a centre of excellence for wetlands research, interpretation and education based on the principle of stewardship and the importance of environmental awareness....

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Posted Tuesday, August 01, 2017

In celebration of Port McNicoll’s centennial, Huronia Museum has been posting historic images of the community daily to its website, including photographs of Main (Talbot) Street circa 1915; Flat Point, also called Paradise Point, at the newly named Patterson Park; and the Keewatin. According to the museum’s website, “some of the photos are very well known and some will be new to many people.” View the photos at  huroniamuseum.com .
“The...

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