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Haldimand County Public Library hosting award-winning author for virtual visit

Award-winning author and former Dunnville resident Carolyn Huizinga Mills will be joining Haldimand County readers for a virtual author visit on October 5, 2021 at 7pm. During the October 5 visit, Huizinga Mills will discuss her newest book The Good Son. Already an award-winning children’s author, Huizinga Mills’ latest venture into adult fiction has similarly

County-Alzheimer Society partnership program, Sit To Be Fit, returns to in-person classes

Haldimand County, in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of Haldimand Norfolk, has announced the return of in-person Sit to be Fit classes starting September 14, 2021. The Sit to be Fit program is designed to promote health and fitness for seniors and those wishing to increase strength, balance, flexibility and endurance. Classes will be held

Heritage Centre announces September program schedule with in-person and virtual offerings

The Heritage Centre is pleased to announce its September 2021 schedule featuring both virtual and in-person programming. On September 8, learn about the history of early advertising campaigns and experience the Heritage Centre’s newest exhibition, ‘You Can’t Live Without It’. On September 22, ‘Royal Rules’ will offer a humorous look at all the rules the

Haldimand County Recruiting For New Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Advisory Committee

Haldimand County is recruiting members for its new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee. This committee will advise Council, staff and the Police Services Board on promoting inclusion, respect, understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity within the community. The committee will consist of seven members, including one member from the Accessibility Advisory Committee, Seniors Advisory

Applications now being accepted for 2022 Community Beautification Fund grants

It’s that time of the year again for community groups and not-for-profit organizations to get creative and apply for a Haldimand County Community Beautification grant. Each year, the County sets aside $60,000 in partnership funding for beautification projects on municipal property. These grants support the efforts of volunteer groups in enhancing the vitality, sense of

Digital Service Squad returning to Haldimand County to help small businesses with eCommerce, pandemic recovery

Haldimand County, in partnership with Grand Erie Business Centre, is pleased to announce the receipt of an additional $57,000 grant from Digital Main Street’s Ontario Grants Program. The grant provides funding to hire a Digital Service Squad (DSS), who will help local small businesses adopt online technologies and digitally transform their sales, marketing and back-office

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