Author: Stouffville Review

Highland dancer recognized by local MP

Grace Barclay knows a thing or two about dancing, especially Highland dancing. She’s been at it since she was two years old. The seven years of experience has paid off. On June 2, she won an Ontario championship, then topped that off with a win at the Canadian championships. Both wins were within her age category. Barclay has been fortunate to be dancing under the tutelage of Lisa Breck since she was a toddler. Breck was recently named the Highland Dance Association of Ontario teacher of the year. Barclay dropped by local MP Jane Philpott’s office on Aug. 1...

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45th annual Whitchurch-Stouffville Antique and Classic Car Show

Whitchurch-Stouffville’s original and longest running car show revs up from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug. 12 at the museum grounds. Hundreds of antique and classic cars and trucks will be roaring into town along with live music, food trucks, shopping, children’s entertainment, museum tours and more. Don’t forget to cool off at the museum’s indoor tea garden with sandwiches, pie, coffee, tea and lemonade. Visit for more details. Photo: Whitchurch-Stouffville annual Antique and Classic Car Show returns to the museum on Aug....

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Food Truck Frenzy

Food Truck Frenzy will return to Memorial Park from 5-9 p.m. on Sept. 14. This high-energy event will feature more than 20 food trucks from across the GTA. Options will range from comfort food to sweet treats and things you won’t find anywhere else. Enjoy live rock from the band Caves while you eat and make sure to stop by the Helping You Move Kids Zone for free entertainment including inflatables, a photo booth and more. Visit for details, including a list of vendors. Photo: Food Truck Frenzy returns to Memorial Park Sept....

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Burkholder Street closed through Memorial Park

Beginning June 6, Burkholder Street will be closed indefinitely through Memorial Park. The street will be gated at its eastern limit, the four-way intersection with Park Drive and Booth Drive and at the driveway to the Leisure Centre, just east of Market Street. Vehicular traffic will not be allowed to travel the gated section of Burkholder Street. The driveway to the leisure centre is currently closed to assist with ongoing construction at the nearby centre and library. Whitchurch-Stouffville council approved the closure after hearing from a delegation of citizens living in the area who are concerned about pedestrian safety....

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Leisure Centre and Public Library grand re-opening

The grand re-opening of the newly-expanded Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre and Public Library includes a day full of festivities for the entire family. Mark your calendar for June 2 and plan to join the fun. Check out the new fitness area, gymnasium, expanded library and the re-located Latcham Art Centre (formally Latcham Gallery). “We are all very excited about the opening,” said Marilou Murray, Whitchurch-Stouffville leisure and community services director. “A lot of hard work, by many people, has resulted in a truly magnificent building. We honestly can’t wait.” The renovations, the first since it opened in 2001, started in November...

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