Then and Now…. Bradford, Ontario, Canada was incorporated as a village in 1857, with a population of about 1,000 people. The Downtown Core has survived two fires. The first, on May 23, 1871 the second fire was in 1957. However, a new downtown area arose where most buildings were made of brick. Today many of the buildings still exist and make up the downtown core. #History #DiscoverOn
Bradford West Gwillimbury Ontario Canada Leisure Centre
471 West Park Ave.,
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 6am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7:30am – 5pm
Tel: 905-775-PLAY (7529)
BWG Leisure Centre
471 West Park Ave.
Manager of Recreation & Client Services – Nick Warman
Ext. 8501; email@example.com
Manager of Leisure Facilities – Kevin Gale
Ext. 8701; firstname.lastname@example.org
Aquatics Supervisor – Teresa Taylor
Ext. 8401; email@example.com
Fitness Supervisor – Stephanie Uren
Ext. 8601; firstname.lastname@example.org
Recreation Coordinator – Nancy Shortill-Thatcher
Ext. 8301; email@example.com
Aquatics Programmer – Stephanie Gillard
Ext. 8402; firstname.lastname@example.org
Fitness Programmer – Enrico Mazzone
Ext. 8601; email@example.com
Programs Clerk – Heather Polsinello
Ext. 8302; firstname.lastname@example.org
Customer Service Representative – Tina Maksic
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Customer Service Representative – Terri Price
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Operations – Gary Purcell, Elyse Pearson, Derek Timms,
Andrew Kuntze, Samantha Lawrence, Thomas Bird, Marc Reynolds and Dave Davenport.
125 Simcoe Road
Director of Community Services – Terry Foran
Ext. 5301; email@example.com
Administrative Coordinator – Claudia Brown
Ext. 5300; firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager of Parks & Property – Mike O’Hare
Ext. 5201; email@example.com
Parks & Property Supervisor – Bob Johnson
Ext. 5203; firstname.lastname@example.org
Leisure Events & Marketing Coordinator – Bethany Kuboniwa
Ext. 5102; email@example.com
Bookings Clerk – Teresa Fairbarn
Ext. 5202; firstname.lastname@example.org
Administration Clerk – Judith Rigg
Ext. 5200; email@example.com
Operations – Mike Kanyo, Julie Randall, Rob Reid, Mike Basile, and Dave Bone
Everything that you need to know…. For the people.. the residents or Bradford, Ontario, Canada
Historical Down Town Bradford West Gwillimbury ….. “Bradford was incorporated as a village in 1857, with a population of about 1,000 people. The Downtown Core has survived two fires. The first, on May 23, 1871, destroyed upwards of one hundred homes including all of the business part of the village except two hotels being consumed. However, a new downtown area arose where most buildings were made of brick. Today many of the buildings still exist and make up the downtown core.” wikipedia . #DiscoverOn
The Back Alley Cruisers are back for another year, and you can check out their classic vehicles every Friday evening at the Bradford Public Library parking lot, located at 425 Holland St. W. in Bradford West Gwillimbury.
The night runs from approximately 6-9 p.m. each Friday through the summer. You can expect to see as many as 80+ classic cars at each gathering. Everyone is welcome to arrive in his or her classic car, or to just pop in and check out the rides.
( FREE ADMISSION ) There is no cost to attend.
On Saturday July 23 @ 4:00 pm was the first time the Proclamation of COLOMBIA’N Independence Day. Presented by the TLG, In the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury. Mayor Keffer read the Proclamation before raising the Colombian flag outside at the court house at 57 On Holland Street in downtown Bradford. There where, Refreshments, finger food by #bigmamasbakery, Colombian cake, Ice cream Truck by Nick, #Poleiro Empanadas, Coffee Culture Bradford, Gift certificates by #3scoops Music and more. Adriana McNeill Salinas you out did yourself.. What an amazing flag raising you organized with the members of TLG.
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Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario, Canada.