Locations

Reroot Organic Farm

Reroot farm, located just outside of Harriston, is a 70-acre farm producing certified organic produce; pastured pork and chicken; grass-fed beef and lamb; free-range eggs; and raw honey.

Scotty's Collectibles

Nestled in downtown Harriston, Scotty's Collectibles offers a wide selection of unique items, including tin ca and vinyl collectibles.

Cedarwood Honey

Cedarwood Honey is a local honey business offering a variety of products and services. They are located on Highway 89, just outside of Harriston.

Amanda Michelle Designs

Amanda Michelle Designs offers original hand-lettered art prints and custom prints designed by you!

Harriston-Minto Agricultural Society

Dating back to 1859, the roots of the Harriston Minto Agricultural Society run deep. Our flagship event is the Harriston Minto Fair, which runs on the third weekend of September annually. This event is what started the Society, and has been running for over 150 years. The Harriston Minto Agricultural Society is formed by the members of the community, mostly those who exhibit at the fair, and has a Board of 18 Directors, and an Executive of six people.

Clifford Cemetery

Clifford's Public Cemetery is located just north of Clifford, at the intersection of Highway 9 and Grey Road 10.

Wightman Telecom

A telecommunications company centered in Clifford, Wightman Telecom is a family business over 100 years old, providing internet, phone and television service to area residents.

Pvt. Milton Seiler

Over the last 100 years we often hear about the young men from Canada's farms flocking to answer the call for King and Country. Milton Seiler, was one of those fresh faced country boys to take up the call to arms.  His true intentions are not known, but the likelihood of it being primarily patriotic fervour is probably not the case.

Raynbow Signs

Raynbow Signs is a custom graphic and sign crafting company whose services include consultation, design and installation. Included in their clients are many local businesses and organizations.

Plaque #M11: Palmerston Railway Walking Bridge

In 1871, the grand Western Railway line through Palmerston was completed. Although the railway helped the local economy, the expansion of the rail yard through Queen Street posed a serious threat to pedestrians. To ensure public safety, the Railway Commission of Canada ordered the town to close Queen Street and in 1911 the Grand Trunk built a 700' steel pedestrian bridge over the yard. The yard closed, and in 1998 the town purchased the site.

Norgan Theatre

The historic Norgan Theatre is one of the few municipally-owned film theatres in Canada. It is operated primarily by volunteers with administrative assistance from Town of Minto staff. The Theatre is equipped with a high-definition digital projector, producing better quality image for movie-goers. In addition to regular weekend show times, the Norgan hosts a variety of special performances including the Big Film Fest monthly film festival, comedy nights, concerts and workshops.

Alpaca Time

Alpaca Time upholds a reputation of premium alpaca products since it's start in 2005.

Minto Dance Academy

The Minto Dance Academy is a dance studio located in the rear of the Town Hall Theatre. Jazz, tap, ballet, highland and hip hop classes are available.

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