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This day in our history

Provided by the Fort Erie Museum


1948 - Ridgeway citizens gather en masse at the Town Hall and vote to secure a water system for the community. (R. M. Disher, The Bertie Town Hall Story 1874 – 1974, Ridgeway, Ont.: Robert Disher, 1974, p 30)


1975 - East End Arena complex officially opens. (Times-Review; FEHM Files)


1979 - Fort Erie's own transit bus system, operated by Dunn the Mover, makes its first run. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 135)


1990 - Canada Post closes Fort Erie's Princess St. office. Services transferred to the main Jarvis St. station. (Times-Review, Sept. 11, 1990)

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  • How-To Festival (10/2)
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  • Bridgeburg Farmers' Market (10/4)
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  • Golfing Gala (10/15)
  • Council-in-Committee (Corporate and Community Services and Infrastructure Services Subdivisions) (10/17)
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  • Bertie Historical Society (10/19)
  • All Hallow's Eve (10/22)
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