Mulmur Day started with a fantastic Township-wide scavenger hunt. Children's activities started at the Township Office at 4. children had fun with the lawn games, exploring the Agricultural Truck, crafts, face painting, balloon animals, airbrush tattoos. The Honeywood Fire Department was on site with a fire truck and also bartended for the evening. Dinner was a free pig roast with everyone's potluck contributions. XS Baggage rocked the crowd and got everyone on the dance floor. The evening ended with a grand display of fireworks. The Mulmur Canada 150 Committee would like to thank the Honeywood Fire Department, Mansfield Outdoor Centre, Anna Alonso at the Terra Nova Public House/Sweet Shop, Trevor Downey, Local Tee's Canada and David Young for their help and contributions for the Scavenger Hunt.
Mulmur Township Office and the Mulmur Canada 150 Commitee would like to thank everyone who attended. It was a wonderful and amazing day for our community!
A little wet, a little cold but we still had fun! Thanks to everyone who made it out to our kickoff event of the Bruce Trail Mulmur Passport Walk Series today. We even had some brave souls start hiking today! Missed our event? No worries, the fun lasts all summer long! Download your map and passport, email for a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Township offices. There are 5 loops that are included in the passport walk and you have until October to find the trail codes and complete the loops. Submit them to the Township office once completed, pick up your commemorative patch and be entered into a draw for a $200 gift certficate to Mountain Equipment Co-op, a Bruce Trail Conservancy/Dufferin Hi-Land Club one year family membership and other great prizes. Don't forget to hashtag your hike photos #150inmulmur
We had so much fun celebrating National Canadian Film Day and being a part of the Largest Film Festival...Ever! The Grand Seduction is a funny, feel good comedy worth checking out. Thank you Primrose Elementary School for hosting and supplying popcorn for our movie enjoyment and My Way is the Pie Way for the delicious cupcakes. Thanks to all who were able to join us!
We had a fantastic time at the Four M Maple Company on Saturdays Visitors toured the sugar bush, saw the evapourator room and enjoyed sausage and pancakes topped with Mulmur-made syrup.
Thank you to Ken Mikoliew and his team/family for sharing their maple syrup operation with us for Maple Weekend.
Thank you to County 105 for coming by to see us and sharing this event
Another great day!
The neon colours and one-piece ski suits were out in full effect on the hill this weekend. Thank you Mansfield Ski Club for partnering with the Canada 150 Committee for this totally rad event!
Even though Mother Nature had other plans for us on our Snowshoe Shuffle day
we had a great time with a fun scavenger hunt in the woods.
To warm up we brought the fun inside to play games and roast
marshmallows and hot chocolate.
Thank you to My Way is the Pie Way for the yummy cupcakes and the Mansfield
Outdoor Centre for the wonderful hospitality.
What a great day of chili tasting, connecting with neighbours, new friends & old friends
and celebrating Canada's 150th!
Congratulations to the winners for Chef's Choice, Phyllis Robinson and Public's Choice, Ami Alexander!
Special thanks to our celebrity judge, Executive Chef Martin Kouprie from The Globe Restaurant,
our entertainment, The Beauty and The Beast (Gary Heaslip & Kristin Scott), Country 105,
raffle prizes donated by Local Tees Canada and Sipple Sewing
and, of course, our contestants who really brought the heat!
Mulmur Township was successful in obtaining $13,500 from the Ontario150 Community Capital Program Grant program. This grant was awarded for the replacement of the entrance doors of the North Dufferin Community Centre in Honeywood. This renovation has increased safety and made accessibility improvements. Administered by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Ontario150 Community Capital Program grants help to non-profit organizations, municipalities and Indigenous communities to renovate, repair and retrofit existing community and cultural infrastructure.
An agency of the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is one of Canada’s largest granting foundations. With a budget of over $136 million, OTF awards grants to some 1,000 projects every year to build healthy and vibrant Ontario communities.
For more information on the Ontario Trillium Foundation, please visit: www.otf.ca
Councillor Janet Horner (Council representative)
Councillor Greg Lloyd (Council representative)