Sunday September 9, 2018: Tour of Bolton Camp from 1 - 3 pm.

Our next meeting is in the form of a tour of the Bolton Camp, conducted jointly with the Metro Toronto Regional Conservation Authority. Society members will conduct a limited tour of the Bolton Camp grounds, outlining its history, displaying photographs and reminisces from those that either attended the camp or worked there. We hope you and your family will join us and share your memories of this important part of Bolton's history.

Bolton Camp opened its doors in 1922 and for 75 years was a popular destination for children and families from low income areas of Toronto. They stayed in cabins and enjoyed art and sporting activities on this beautiful natural setting. For many visitors and camp workers it was a backdrop of cherished memories, adventures and the start of great friendships.

October 15, 2018: Our speaker for the evening will be Heather Broadbent, former Heritage Officer of the Town of Caledon. Her topic will be: Our 200th Anniversary – The Signing of Treaty 19, The Ajetance Treaty or Second Mississauga Purchase on October 28, 1818.

Heather is related to the first couple to settle in Peel County.