The story of Innisfil began in 1820 with the official survey that laid out the boundaries and concessions. Since then many things have happened. The first historical review was published to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the municipality in 1951, with supplements being published in 1967
As we here in Innisfil and across the world are now well aware, we are facing a global pandemic in the form of Covid-19, a novel coronavirus. While the virus itself is not without some precedent, these are certainly unprecedented times and as a result we can be certain that the next steps we
Please be advised that the upcoming meeting of the Innisfil Historical Society scheduled for Saturday March 21, 2020 has been cancelled due to the current outbreak of Covid-19. We hope to have speaker Mario Rae, President of the Borden Pigeon Racing Club of Innisfil, return at a later time to
Innisfil is turning 200 this year, and what better way to bring the family together an unplug from the present than to learn a lost skill!
Sew a button, polish a shoe, perfect your calligraphy - the Innisfil Historical Society will help you kick off Ontario Heritage Week by reconnecting
The Innisfil Historical Society welcomes you to their next meeting on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at the Knock School Heritage Site on 7756 10th Sideroad.
Special guest speaker Rosemary Edwards will talk about the history of her family farm in