September 2021

Small Plates, Latest Dining Experience in Chatham

Posted on Sep 28, 2021 in Chatham-Kent Attractions

 Gentry Manor


 If you are not familiar with Gentry Manor in Chatham, you have missed something great. Gentry Manor located at 9 Park St. was formerly the Masonic Temple for those who do not go back that far in Chatham Kent. More than 20 years ago, James Lizotte and Thomas Smith had a dream and a vision. They transformed this Historic Building into a destination...

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Chatham-Kent Hospice Nears Summer Fundraising Goal

Posted on Sep 20, 2021 in Chatham-Kent Events

CK Hospice

We in Chatham-Kent are very fortunate and grateful to have this 10 bed facility in our community. Since its opening in April 2016 it's presence in our community has been a God-sent. Many of us, unfortunately, have had a loved one, a family friend or someone we know, spend their last days in a Hospital Bed or even at home with family members becomin...

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Heritage Property in Chatham-Kent Recently Sold

Posted on Sep 13, 2021 in Human Interest

Gray Heritage Home


If you follow my blog you know that I post several articles on the Historical sites in Chatham-Kent. I always write that Chatham-Kent is steeped in History with its connections to the Underground Railway and the several historical sites likes Uncle Tom’s Cabin in Dresden, the village of North Buxton with its history during the conflict with the Nor...

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Safety Tips for Children Returning to the Classroom

Posted on Sep 06, 2021 in Children's Safety



Labor Day is here and most of the children will be back to school tomorrow. With the Covid Pandemic, we have had experienced since March 2020, a time of not seeing school buses dropping off children, school guard crossings and children walking in groups to school has become the norm. September 7, Tuesday, this will all change. This is going to be a...

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