Locations

Harriston Photography

Harriston Photography offers professional photography services. It is located in Harriston.

Karin's Pottery

Karin’s Pottery offers a wide variety of handmade ceramic gifts and decorations.

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.

CNRA Clubhouse

The CNRA Clubhouse is located on Main Street, Palmerston. It features a lawn bowling pitch in its backyard.

Infusion Coffee Roasting Company

Infusion Coffee is a fair trade certified coffee roasting company who hand-roast and custom blend their products. Their beans come from all over the world, including Kenya, Nicaragua, Brazil, Columbia and Indonesia.

Clifford Cemetery

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

Minto Arts Gallery

Located on the top floor of the Harriston Library, the Minto Heritage Gallery exhibits local art and other collections throughout the year. It is entirely non-profit and run by the Minto Arts Council, whose members make up many of the gallery’s volunteers and promoters. The gallery has been a showcase of local talent and expression since 1997.

Chantal Heroux

Chantal is a local artist of many talents who bounces back and forth from Palmerston, where her main personal studio is located, and Toronto. She explores ideas of re-purposing and recycling materials in order to add value to objects that could be considered trash.

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.

John Webb Gallery

Located on the top floor of the Harriston Library, the John Webb Room is the Harriston Historical Society’s largest collection of historical documents and artifacts.

Clifford Rotary Club

Clifford’s Rotary Club works to obtain resources and provide support for many community needs and projects. Their events include charity barbeques, Christmas candy drives, rubber duck races, curling bonspiels and an annual car show. They have funded the construction of two community parks in Clifford.

Minto Heritage Plaque: 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.

Clifford Central Memorial Park

Clifford’s Central Memorial Park includes a playground, basketball court, pavilion and war memorial. It is situated in the downtown at Clarke and Allen Street.

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