The Desire to Live Well...
is why many people are drawn to small town living, so it's no wonder Uxbridge, Ontario is home to a host of Health and Wellness Professionals who aim to help you enjoy life to its fullest.
Friday June 10th, 2016
12 Noon - 1:30PM
Scrambles at Foxbridge Golf Club
Uxbridge Networking Group Lunch
For inquires, call Annie Hardock at 905.852.6686
FREE TRIAL LESSON & INFO SESSION
"Strengthening the Brain Power" - Fairchild TV Timeline Magazine
A rare opportunity to own a unique and beautiful piece of history in much sought after Uxbridge. This five bedroom home, circa 1927, is situated on a large 66'x165' lot in the heritage downtown area.
It was restored in 2008, retaining much of its orgininal charm. An addition to accomodate a larger kitchen, breakfast area, family room and master bedroom, was completed at the same time. The attic was converted to accommodate a fourth and fifth bedroom, as well as a study.
|unfolds the unique historical past of Uxbridge Township where the well known Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery once lived (1911-1926). A wealth of township history, heritage and genealogy information is provided by the Uxbridge Historical Centre (former Uxbridge-Scott Museum).||
A picturesque town where many of the outdoor scenes from movies and TV series were filmed, including the popular Canadian TV series "Road to Avonlea".
Explore "Uxbridge - The Present" to discover the businesses, organizations and activities that form this vibrant rural community.
|Uxbridge - The Future
With a Vision You can See
Through the Heart
of your Future Dreams
With a Will You can Weave
Through the Soul
of a Tangled Web
-- Annie Hardock --
What the Mind can Conceive
and the Heart can Believe
We can Achieve!
-- William Belsey --
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