Chatham-Kent Attractions

May Bird Migration in Chatham-Kent

Posted on May 09, 2022 in Chatham-Kent Attractions


                        Annual Bird Event 'Festival of Flight' Month of May at Rondeau Provincial Park Chatham-Kent



It makes no difference if you are a novice or a seasoned BIRD WATCHER, you have a treat in store for you this month at Rondeau Provincial Park in CHATHAM-KENT just outside of Chatham. The annual spring migration "Festival Of Flight" attracts thousands of visi...

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Black History Exhibit at Chatham Museum

Posted on Feb 22, 2022 in Chatham-Kent Attractions

Chatham Cultural Centre

Chatham-Kent is steeped in Black History and well known for its efforts in the Underground Railway in the 1800’s. According to Blair Newby, Chatham-Kent’s Museum program co-ordinator, 100 years after many blacks came to Chatham-Kent to seek freedom, their descendents still had to fight for their freedom in a different way.
What a vast majority of...

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Chatham-Kent Feels Arctic Blast!

Posted on Jan 31, 2022 in Chatham-Kent Attractions

Hoar Frost

I decided to talk about the cold Kent County Winter we are having in my Weekly Blog, since that seems to be the topic of everyone's conversation these days.We certainly are having an old fashioned winter, at least since Christmas. Although we have not had that much snow, we still have the frigid temperatures and according to the weather man, they a...

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Fall Harvest At Delhaven Orchard in Chatham-Kent

Posted on Oct 25, 2021 in Chatham-Kent Attractions

 

The leaves are turning color and are falling along with the temperature. Although I am a summer fan, I really do enjoy this season. We, here in Chatham-Kent, are very fortunate to live in an area that has a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables. I hope you enjoyed all the locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables like strawberries, cherries, peache...

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Chatham-Kent Hunting

Posted on Oct 18, 2021 in Chatham-Kent Attractions


Hunter
Ducks come in the Fall and things got busy in Chatham-Kent. The hunting season began at the end of September and continues until late in December. Local and visiting hunters alike come to Chatham-Kent which is considered one of the best places to hunt duck and geese in Ontario. The large amount of rural land in Chatham-Kent makes it possible to enj...

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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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