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Innisfil Historical Society is currently looking for public involvement in its newest book project, entitled Innisfil Review 2020.
The snow is shining brightly, the tree is up, and the lights are strung – Christmas is upon us in Innisfil once again! Though it is the season for good tidings and warm wishes, we often find ourselves separated from those we’d most like to see, and this is where the trusty greeting card steps in
October is Women’s History Month, and Innisfil has plenty of reasons to celebrate! Even the most cursory of glances at our collection reveals a long tradition of capable women playing important roles in how our community was shaped. Innisfil has always been a primarily agricultural community,
Tucked away on a small plaque along Big Bay Point Road is the story of how Innisfil contributed to the construction of a great ship, the largest of her time for almost fifty years.
Plaque located on Big Bay Point Road, west of the entrance to the Bee Happy Campground
It’s almost time! Back to school is just days away, and whether you loved it or dreaded it, there’s no doubt that our early education is an important time for making memories. Sometimes we’re lucky enough to capture those memories on film!
Dorothy Pratt on her first day of school
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