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Old Town

Welcome to the original core of the Town. Over the years it was formally known as Butlersburg, Newark and Niagara and as Onghiara by the aboriginal peoples. With Queen Street It forms the commercial centre of the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and contains the heritage district as well as a large urban area that is surrounded by Provincially protected Greenbelt lands.

Many of the homes and properties that pre date 1812 were destroyed with the American invasion during the War of 1812. Some properties have survived, such as St. Mark's Aglican Church and the infamous Angel Inn.

The Town has a large amount of greenspace, with 3 significant National Historic Sites, Fort George, Fort Missisaugua and Butler's Barracks. With municipal parks including Simcoe and Queens Royal Parks providing terrific places to find shade and enjoy the water views.

Old Town contains a diverse variety of housing styles and provides a little something for everyone. Explore the many unique areas and discover why it is such a special place for residents.

Local Attractions

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“New York Abstract Expressionism” Friday, June 3, 2011, 6:30 p.m.            Come join us to celebrate our first ever lecture series with guest speaker Nancy Spector, Associate Curator of Education at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo. Nancy will speak on Abstract Expressionism and mid-twentieth century American artists such as Jackson Pollock, ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2011-05-26
        Don't miss the two upcoming concerts in Music Niagara's Transept Series : Sunday, April 10 at 4:00PM Come celebrate the 100th day of the year with violin music by Joseph Suk and Karol Szymanowsky, and the gem of chamber music repertoire – the famous Antonin Dvorak’s Piano Quintet op. 81 performed by Atis Bankas, violin; Yaroslav Pugach, piano; ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2011-04-07

Community Events

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 10th Annual Pasta Dinner Fundraiser In Support of Respite Programs for Children with Special Needs  www.RedRoofRetreat.com John Michaels Banquet Hall 1368 Uppers Road, Thorold Sunday, April 29th, 2012 Doors Open at 4 pm Dinner at 5 pm   $20.00 per person $10.00 for children 6 -12yrs Children under 5yrs Free Prizes and Auction   Pre-order tickets by: ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2012-03-07
  Niagara-on-the-Lake- Lord Mayor Dave Eke & Town Council will host an Alzheimer Great local fundraising event. Coffee Break fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region on Friday,February 24, at 10:30 a.m. in the foyer of the Town Administration Building. Members of the public are encouraged to join the festivities and make a donation to this worthy cause while enjoying some ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2012-02-17

Market Reports and Conditions

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According to the Conference Board of Canada and their analysis of Real Estate Board data, resale markets are tightening and prices in most areas are rising.   Locally in Niagara, unit sales figures are up 1.9% from September but still below those from October 2009. The number of resale homes available in October 2010 was still lower, 5% below the numbers in 2009. As some sellers ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2010-11-26

Schools & Universities

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Featuring special guest speaker Professor Emeritus Desmond Morton Walker Poole Nixon LLP cordially invites you to a Remembrance Day Dinner featuring a talk by renowned historian, Professor Emeritus Desmond Morton of McGill University. Professor Morton will be discussing the role of Canada in the First World War in honour of Remembrance Day. Wednesday 9 November 2011 Drinks at 5:30pm; dinner ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2011-10-05

Sports & Activities

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For all the hockey parents in NOTL... Deadline for early registration is Aug 1st. See attached memo from Minor Hockey regarding online registration. Just a reminder to go online to our new website www.notlhockey.com to register your child for the upcoming 2011/2012 hockey season before August 1st to avoid the $75 late fee per player.  We have a new program called Toolbox (being used in soccer ... Read More...
Posted by Gary Zalepa Jr. on 2011-07-28
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