Monthly Archives: July 2012

Joy of Reading at the Brussels Carnegie Library

Check out the restoration plans for the beautiful Carnegie Library in Historic Downtown Brussels. Work expected to begin late summer 2012.

Carnegie library is a library built with money donated by Scottish-Amercian businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. 2,509 Carnegie libraries were built around the world between 1883 and 1929, including some belonging to public and university library systems. There were 125 built in Canada. An interesting piece of trivia…..Carnegie’s right-hand man married a girl from Seaforth, Ontario, which may account for the reason there are so many Carnegie Libraries in our region.  

Take a moment and watch the enclosed video, The Joy of Books…..it’s a best seller!

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Rediscovering Canada Television is coming to Town

For immediate release ……

Historic Seaforth to be Featured by Rediscovering Canada Television

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Seaforth’s award-winning restoration within its business district recently caught the eye of a television producer who was soon in touch with Huron East Economic Development officer, Jan Hawley, and putting pen to paper in a contract.

Dr. Christopher Cooper is series producer with Rediscovering Canada Television and Editor of Edifice Magazine, a publication dedicated to the owners of old homes and buildings.

 

Rediscovering Canada is a show that celebrates all the wonderful things to see and do in Canada and promotes its tourism to both domestic and foreign markets—showing Canadians and the world what we have here, so they will make Canada their first choice travel destination.

 

To have Huron East’s Seaforth and its surrounding environs featured in a core segment of the first season of the show, airing in spring of 2013, is a feather in the cap of all those who have had a hand in returning much of the town’s distinctive 19th century architecture to its former glory—as well as an acknowledgement that they are on the right track.

 

For what makes small town Ontario, indeed small town Canada, different?  Is it not the yesteryear feel, the pastoral surroundings, the beauty of the past still shining, the richness and attention to detail that went into architecture a century ago, all that quaintness?  Then there’s the slower pace, friendly people, fewer cars, no traffic jams, no concrete and glass towers soaring overhead and interfering with a clear, blue sky.

 

Rediscovering Canada recognizes these aspects and more.  Yes, the big cities have wonderful arts and entertainment communities, fine dining, huge sports events, and acres of shopping, all of which understandably get lots of attention and visitors.  But it’s the little gems of places tucked away in corners of this great country that add a special something to its fabric.

 

As Rediscovering Canada reports in its broadcasts: “Don’t try to be Everytown Canada.  Don’t try to be citizens of some artificial globalized community.  Go deeper into your own traditions, people and character, of what makes your town the best place to live and flourish.  Call more upon the geography of your own past, rather than trying to be something you are not.  Be distinct and be credible.  The people of the world will come to rediscover your little part of Canada.”

 

The Town of Seaforth will have the starring role on a website hyperlink, in a short DVD film, and in a Rediscovering Canada episode segment to be broadcast worldwide on ibroadcast Public Internet Television (IBITV), airing for one week.  Standard over-the-air broadcasters will be offered the show as well.

 

Staycations and exploring our own backyard are where it’s at these days.  Rediscovering Canada will provide vacationers and visitors with the map—one with the route clearly marked “just a country road away” to all that Seaforth and Huron East has to offer.

 

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Further information: Jan Hawley, Economic Development Officer,

Municipality of Huron East 519.527.0160 or at jhawley@huroneast.com

 

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