Month: June 2016

Main Street upgrades begin this summer

A four-year project will revitalize downtown Stouffville  Whitchurch‐Stouffville, ON – Stouffville’s Main Street is about to get a facelift. Beginning early this summer, a four‐year reconstruction project will get underway that will see the road resurfaced, new infrastructure installed and the downtown area revitalized.  “Main Street has been in need of reconstruction for many years,” said Whitchurch‐Stouffville Mayor Justin Altmann. “I know residents and businesses have been looking forward to this for a long time.”  Whitchurch‐Stouffville Council approved the set‐up of a steering committee in May to help guide the engineering consultant through the planning and detailed design services...

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Brown credited with shooting down Germany’s Red Baron  Whitchurch‐Stouffville, ON – Whitchurch‐Stouffville is set to honour the man who is credited with shooting down the “Red Baron.”  Captain Arthur Roy Brown, former Whitchurch‐Stouffville resident and the pilot credited by the Royal Air Force as the man who shot down Germany’s notorious flying ace Manfred “the Red Baron” von Richthofen, will have a plaque in his honour unveiled during the community’s Strawberry Festival.  The plaque unveiling will take place at 6 p.m. at the town’s Memorial Park band shell, followed by a flyby of three WWI airplanes presented by The...

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Whitchurch Stouffville Town Talk with the Mayor

Every month, Mayor Justin Altmann answers your questions, highlights leading citizens and has his say Save the Dates for the Mayor’s Golf Tournament and monthly meet and greets The Mayor’s golf tournament has long been one of the seasons most anticipated events, highlighted by good fun, great networking and even the odd great golf shot. Last year was the first hosted by Mayor Justin Altmann and it was a huge success. This year will be no different, so avoid missing out and save the date, then book yourself or your group into this year’s event, Thursday, July 21, 2016...

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Art in the Park June 11

Area residents will be in for a treat when Whitchurch-Stouffville Memorial Park will be transformed into a cultural phenomenon. Everyone is invited to come out Saturday June 11 to an art show and sale, to be held at the summer hotspot.In its second year, the event consists of artists from all over the GTA. There (are) about 50 artists and will include sculptors, watercolour, oil, acrylic, jewellery, pottery, glass and so on,” said Joan Crosbie, Manager of Culture and Community Services, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. “(There are) tons of great artists and craftspeople in the area. It’s a great chance to...

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