Tell Your Innisfil Story!
Innisfil Historical Society is currently looking for public involvement in its newest book project, entitled Innisfil Review 2020.
We are actively seeking stories about families, businesses, sports clubs, and organizations—anything relating to Innisfil and the people who live here.
Whether you are new to the community or have been here for decades, we would like to hear from you, so your story can become part of the updated history of Innisfil.
Knock School and Historic Plaque
The first historical review was published in 1951, followed by supplements in 1967 and 1984. In addition to these, the historical society has published several books about our municipality, including Farms of Innisfil and Innisfil Veterans.
This new edition of Innisfil's history, to be published in 2020, will have two goals:
1. to tell the story of Innisfil from where the last volume left off to the present day, and
2. to tell stories that were not included in previous editions or related publications.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED
If we hope to be successful with these two goals, we require the input of all of our citizens. We need to hear from you.
This new edition will cover the 1980s, ’90s, and the new century, which have been decades of great change for our town. It will also fill in the blanks from previous volumes.
We ask that you take some time and share your family's story, your business story, the story of your 90-year-old neighbour, or a special interest story.
Guideline topics and questions are available upon request. If you require writing assistance or an interview, we can provide it. Simply call Donna at 705 436-2578.
Please send your stories and pictures to email@example.com, or if that is not possible, mail them to: Innisfil Historical Society, PO Box 7176, Innisfil, ON, L9S 1A9
Our team of volunteers will be responsible for all editing and the final product.
If you are interested in submitting a piece for this project, please consider using the following links to guide you through the process:
Chantler's General Store, Stroud 1930