It’s time to party…..

Seaforth TD Canada Trust Branch Celebrates 125 Years

The Town of Seaforth, founded in 1875, is built on the foundation of a strong community that celebrates its built heritage and makes Seaforth home to many. One such historic landmark, the Seaforth TD Canada Trust Branch, is excited to announce that it will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary Friday, July 20th, 2018 and you’re invited!

Join us as we pay tribute to our shared history with our customers and the Seaforth community, by unveiling a historic mural showing appreciation for 125 years and counting.

Everyone is welcome. Details below.

What: TD Canada Trust Seaforth branch celebrates its 125th Anniversary
When: Friday, July 20th, 2018 at 11:00am – 3:00pm
Where: 56 Main Street South, Seaforth, ON
Media photo opp: Media are invited to take photos of the celebration; a historic mural of the Seaforth community from 125 years ago when the TD branch first opened its doors

Part of our history……

Picture of the 1859 Toronto Dominion Bank building prior to demolition and replacement of current building. For a full history, read below;

TD Canada Trust is a member of the Award Winning Business Improvement Area

Sip, Taste and Savour…..

 

Do you have your ticket for Huron Harvest Seaforth being held at Seaforth Lions Park on Sunday, September 16, 2018?

Buy now before this event is sold out!

Tickets available at the following locations:

  • Bayfield – Shopbike Coffee Roasters

  • Blyth – Queen’s Bakery

  • Clinton – Huron Hospice Office (Clinton Hospital)

  • Seaforth – Blooms ‘N’ Rooms, The Looking Glass

  • Or by contacting Cathy at huronharvest@gmail.com

 

 

Wheels are turning in Huron East……

Town of Seaforth looks to active transportation for a healthier lifestyle.

Bringing citizens together to increase mobility and public space can create more vibrant, healthy, and open-minded communities,” according to Gil Penalosa, Founder of “8 80 Cities. He advocates that creating safe and happy communities that prioritize people’s well-being and develop public spaces that are great for an 8-year-old to an 80-year-old, will inevitably become great for all people.

Following this lead, the Municipality of Huron East is embracing the approach of  “8 80 Cities” by developing cycling trails throughout the Town of Seaforth.  As a result of provincial-federal gas tax funding and future road construction, the opportunity to launch this initiative was financially feasible. This will be a first for Huron County, with Seaforth becoming a model for other urban communities within the county looking to create their own bike routes.

To celebrate, Huron East is partnering with the Huron County Health Unit, and 360 Bikes & Boards of Goderich by hosting a mini bike rally Tuesday, June 12th at 11:30 am behind Seaforth Town Hall (adjacent to Victoria Park).

All members of the public are invited to experience the potential of active transportation in this historic town of 2,300 people. Come ride the back streets of Seaforth, as we celebrate “Bike Month” and hear of future plans for our community.

Come join the FUN….everyone is welcome!