Anyone wishing to have their property included on the "Register of Properties of Historical Interest" List, please contact the Township at firstname.lastname@example.org
The owners of the properties on the Register listed below have given their consent for photos to be published. Photographic credit for some of the following photos: Carl Tafel, former Chair of Mulmur Heritage Committee.
CON 1 W PT Lot 1
Re-dedication ceremony including M.P. David Tilson, Councillor Earl Hawkins and Members of the Mansfield Women's Institute -- November 9, 2012
The shape - an equilateral triangle, with the "L" of the Irish print in Mulmur forms a tree. The stylized green "M" represents the hills and valleys of our Township with the blue part under the M to represent our streams and small lakes. The fir trees represent the forests, and the stook of grain its main industry, agriculture. In the clear blue sky above we see a hawk representing the wildlife of the Township.
Trinity United Centennial Church, Mansfield:
Trinity Anglican Church
Methodist 5th Line Church
Rosemont Presbyterian Church
St. Luke's Church Rosemont
Thomson's Methodist Church
Boyne Mill (Airport Road south of Mansfield)
Rosemont Union School
(Highway #89 on Town of Mono side of the border)
Honeywood United Church (formerly Methodist)