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The Stroud Mural: A Part Of Our History Mural painting by Sonja Rathke depicting the village of Stroud circa 1925

Painted by Penetang-based mural artist Sonja Rathke and installed on the Stroud Arena in 2010, the mural depicting the village of Stroud circa 1925 has been an important piece of public art in the Town of Innisfil. Created in nine separate segments, the artist drew inspiration from a number of

Virtual Remembrance Day Presentation Promotional image for a virtual Remembrance Day presentation

Join us on Remembrance Day – Thursday, November 11 – at 7 p.m. for a virtual presentation with special guest Lt(N) Florence Taylor of the Canadian Armed Forces.

A graduate of the Royal Military College in Kingston, Lt(N) Taylor has had a number of roles in the armed forces including

Our Stories Innisfil: Sports and Recreation Edition! Photo of the Churchill Softball Team - 1930 Simcoe County Champions

The Town of Innisfil is currently seeking stories and nominations from both the past and present to recognize in its future virtual Sports Hall of Fame. Successful submissions will be featured right here on Our Stories Innisfil in a dedicated Sports Hall of Fame section and potentially at a

IHS Annual General Meeting - February 20, 2021 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Innisfil Historical Society will take place Saturday February 20, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. virtually over Zoom. All are welcome to attend.

2020 Financial Statements are available in the February 2021 Newsletter.

Topic: Zoom Meeting Innisfil Historical

Thank A Frontline Worker Image of four greeting cards featuring photos of historical Innisfil

Have you been looking for a way to thank Innisfil's frontline workers personally, but aren't sure how? You can visit www.innisfilidealab.ca/thankyou to order a set of historical Innisfil greeting cards, which can be picked up from the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library through curbside pickup. Just

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