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savouros2021Savour Owen Sound is returning in 2021 with dine-out options. The event, a favourite amongst local “foodies” will be focusing on curbside pick-up and delivery as opposed to the traditional dine-in experience. Savour Owen Sound 2021 promotes safe, alternative ways to support our local culinary industry through the pandemic.

Savour Owen Sound runs from March 1 and continues to March 31. ...

plaques- by Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

For those who are looking with interest at the tradition of bridge plaques and dedications in Owen Sound, we're providing a little background.

The 8th Street bridge was last reconstructed in 1996, and the plaque above was installed. Eleven years later, ...

jubileebridgeplaque(The text on the plaque, along with two bronze reliefs of the earlier bridges and the names of council members, engineer, consultant and contractor).

Prior to the incorporation of the Town of Owen Sound in 1857, there existed on this site a timber truss bridge connecting the Village of Sydenham via Poulette Street (now 2nd Avenue East) to the south shore of the Sydenham River. By 1905 the timber truss bridge was in need of repair. In that year ratepayers voted ...

gitchenamewikwedong- by Hub staff

The proposed wording for the plaque on the Gitche Namewikwedong - 10th Street – Bridge is going to city council Monday.

In a staff report on September 28, the Gitche Namewikwedong dedication was recommended, following the formal request of Nanebahwequay (Susan Staves Schank), a member of the Chippewas of Nawash of the Saugeen ...

ice skatesPublic Skating at the Julie McArthur Regional Recreation Centre will resume on Wednesday, February 24. Skating will be free for all ages with a maximum capacity of 20 skaters per session.

The timeslots are as follows:
Wednesdays from 12:00 ...

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