Locations

Pike Lake Golf Centre Limited

Pike Lake Golf Centre Limited features a 27 hole golf course, restaurant, campground, motel and adult living community. They are located off of Highway 89 between Harriston and Mount Forest.

Minto Heritage Plaque: Rev. Smithhurst

Reverend john Smithurst was ordained by the Church of England in 1939 and served as a missionary to the aboriginal people at the Red River Settlements in Manitoba for twelve years. He settled in the Township of Minto in 1852 when he was appointed Rector of St. John's Anglican church in Elora, Ontario.

Frank Lambier Court Dedication

Frank Lambier Court dedication ceremony in Palmerston with Mayor Bridge, Legion Branch 409 representatives and the Lambier family.

Grey Wellington Theatre Guild

Based out of Harriston’s Town Hall Theatre, the Grey Wellington Theatre Guild is a community theatre troupe committed to presenting both classic and contemporary theatre to local audiences. Full-scale productions are staged every spring and fall and are often bridged by smaller youth productions in the summer.

Palmerston & District Kinette Club

The Palmerston Kinettes work toward a variety of community goals. Their mobile concession trailer is a staple vendor at any community event.

Kamma's Perennials

Kamma’s Perennials offers field grown perennials by the shovel full, outside of Palmerston on Wellington Road 5 towards Harriston.

Palmerston Railway Pedestrian Bridge

The sole remaining pedestrian railway bridge in Ontario, the Palmerston Railway Pedestrian Bridge was originally built in 1912 to allow schoolchildren safe passage over the railway tracks. Now it serves as a symbol of Palmerston’s railway heritage and as the signature feature of the Lions Heritage Park. The Pedestrian Bridge turned one hundred years old in 2012.

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