In East Gwillimbury we spell 'COMMUNITY'
with a 'B'
NEXT BULLETIN EDITION COMING MARCH 5.
Deadline for April edition: March 26
March 2018 edition
Our March issue is set to go into the mail this week across East Gwillimbury and available in select pick-up sites (click our 'Find A Copy' link above for specifics).
2018 marks the Bulletin's 20th Anniversary in East Gwillimbury! In every edition this year, we'll be updating some of our stories from the past 20 years - I think you'll really enjoy what's in store.
Our goal is and always has been to give you a unique look at our community - the people (past & present), history, events, and stories that shape East Gwillimbury. We look forward to bringing you more of the same in 2018, plus a whole lot more!
Some of our favourite stories from previous Bulletin editions:
From December 2014 Issue:
Glass Tiger still wowing crowds
Nearly 30 years later, Alan Frew, Sam Reid, and the rest of Canadian rock band Glass Tiger look back on their amazing journey with fond memories. And this homegrown band is still wowing fans everywhere.
From March 2015 Issue:
Whipper Billy Watson
found international fame as a professional wrestler in the 1950s, but it was a serious accident outside of the ring that altered his path and motivated him to become an incredible local humanitarian and an ambassador across Canada for children with disabilities.
From March 2016 Issue:
Frankie Flowers comes to
The Gardening Guru from CityTV's Breakfast Television dropped in to the Civic Centre in Sharon for an author talk and book signing event. We chatted with him for this feature story.
From July/August 2016 Issue:
Alan Doyle brings the Kitchen Party to Magna's Hoe-Down Event
Former Great Big Sea frontman Alan Doyle chatted with us on a sunny summer day in Sault Ste. Marie. Maybe it's the friendly Newfoundlander in him that makes people gravitate to his music. Or it might be because he's an amazingly talented musician...
From November 2016 Issue:
130 Years of History
Ghost stories, an early 90's bat infestation, a church manse, and the Prince Albert Pub. If only the walls of
69 Main Street - the 'Lloyd House' - in Mount Albert could talk.
From November 2014 Issue:
Still Crying Loud & Strong!
East Gwillimbury's official Town Crier, John Webster, brings a touch of history to local events. And giving proclamations isn't a job he takes lightly. In 1993, he hosted the World Competition for the Ancient and Honourable Guild of Town Criers in Markham; 107 town criers competed.