It will be a truly unique night of music at the Teeterville Pioneer Museum June 22.
The Norfolk County Parks and Recreation Junior Firefighter Camp attracted 35 youngsters eager to learn the ins and outs of the Norfolk County Fire Service.
June 6 – Do you need a unique gift for a special occasion? Visit the grand opening of the Norfolk Arts Centre (NAC) Gift Shop June 8 from 1-4p.m.
There you’ll find a selection of one-of-a-kind creations by over 20 local artists and artisans. Up for grabs will be distinctive pieces courtesy Norfolk area potters, glass artists, jewelers, photographers, woodworkers and much more.
In creating the shop, NAC staff aim to support local creators by promoting their works and providing them with a venue to sell their designs to the public.
The Norfolk County Public Library will host a viewing party for Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wed. June 5.
June 4 – Second World War artifacts once forgotten about many years ago were recently discovered. And soon, items featuring two best friends will be on display at the Waterford Heritage Agricultural Museum.
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of Holland, two Norfolk soldiers of particular interest – best friends Corp. Carman Farr and Flight Officer Robert Stuart will be part of a special pop-up exhibit. The duo grew up on adjacent farms north of Renton, becoming best friends before enlisting in the Canadian forces.
May 31 – Don’t fret, Norfolk County motorists, Radical Road will soon be radically improved.
Earlier this month, Radical – which sits west of Port Dover – was named the second worst road in western Ontario by CAA. Fortunately, help is on the way.
Reconstruction of Nelson Street West (which becomes Radical Road) from Mergl Drive to 400 metres east of Cumberland Street will begin in 2020. Work includes resurfacing as well as water main, sanitary sewer and stormwater infrastructure replacements.
May 30 – Norfolk County is currently enjoying Paramedic Services Week, which runs from May 26-June 1.
“Paramedics provide compassionate medical care for those who call 9-1-1,” said Norfolk County Paramedic Services Chief Sarah Page. “They also work proactively with our aging population by visiting patients in non-emergency settings. Education is another significant role that paramedics play in promoting healthy communities. The practice of paramedicine provides many challenges, but it also provides many reasons to celebrate, such as helping a baby into the world.”
Norfolk County unveiled its new playground in Delcrest Park in Delhi on Tuesday.
Visitors and residents alike will soon be welcomed by a pair of new gateway signs in Simcoe.
On May 28 at noon, a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at Delcrest Park to commemorate the county’s newest addition.
The 2019 Norfolk Heritage and Culture Dogwood Awards will be held at the Delhi Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre on May 29.
It’s now easier than ever to take part in free prenatal classes with the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit.
Norfolk County Fire Department to hold its annual Recognition Ceremony.
On May 16, Norfolk staff were able to wear casual clothing with a donation to RISE.
Tuesday saw the culmination of a multi-year partnership between Walker Environmental Group of Niagara Falls and Norfolk County.