CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
  • 519-217-6275
  • 519-940-2100
  • 57 Broadway
    Orangeville, ON L9W 1J8
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Thank-You for taking the time to review our community website. My name is Mark Phipps and I am very committed to my Neighbours/Customers/Clients. My personal goal this year is to establish a community website of which we can be proud of and show off our neighbourhood pride. It will be a place that we can go to and find out about upcoming community events, area influences, recent listings, recent sales, school information, school bus pick up locations, and bus cancellations due to severe weather. I would like to continue to expand this site with your input and include things like "Hire a local contractor", "Athlete of the month", "Great places to eat", and any other information that you would like to see. Please feel free to email or call me directly with any suggestions.

"A little about me..." I have been happily married for over 20 yrs and have two wonderful children who I simply adore. My beautiful wife Karen is a Special Needs Teacher for the Peel Board of Education and has been a great help with my continued success. My son Braedyn is in his 2nd year at Laurier University and my daughter Karleigh has just started her 1st year at Western University. I am extremely proud of my family and happy to be apart of this new Fieldstone community. I have met lots of wonderful families in our area and hope to meet many more. 

I am a local Realtor who knows the local market. If you ever have any questions about Real Estate or any questions about anything at all to do with our area influences, please give me a call. 

I look forward to hearing from you.


Mark Phipps

Century 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage

Moonlight skate & snowshoe

January 20, 2017, 6:00pm - 10:00pm | Community

Enjoy an evening of skating on the lake rink or check out the skating trail under the light of the full moon at Island Lake Conservation Area. Warm up after by a campfire with a hot beverage and enjoy the parks winter wonderland at night. 

Traditional and modern snowshoes available in a limited quantity to rent. Or if you prefer, try your hand at ice fishing. Please bring your own skates, rentals not available. Area will also be lit by torches, bring a headlamp for extra light. This event is dependent on weather conditions; please check our website for updates on our Park Conditions Page.

Fee: $5.31

For more information: 1-800-367-0890 or

Mono's Annual Winterfest

Celebrate all things winter at Mono's Annual Winterfest!
Mono Community Centre Noon - 4 pm

Embracing winter is an art and where better to practice that art than in Mono where we revel in all that nature and man has to offer during all seasons? Come out to Mono Community Centre on Sunday January 29th, 2017 between noon and 4 p.m. where you can toboggan, cross county ski, go ice skating or try your hand at snowshoeing.

And when you need to warm up, there will be hot food, beverages, displays and crafts for the kids inside. And let's not forget the perennial favourite, the Snowflake raffle.

Outdoor Activities

  • Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
  • Ice Skating
  • Tobogganing
  • Snowshoeing (complimentary rentals)
  • Cross Country Skiing (complimentary rentals)

Indoor Activities

  • Information Displays
  • Crafts & Games for the kids
  • Snowflake Raffle

Lunch Counter

  • The Mayor’s Baked Bean
  • Chili con carne
  • BBQ Hot Dogs & Sausages
  • Coffee & Hot Chocolate
  • Popcorn

Tree Chipping

Drop your un-decorated Christmas tree off in the smallest (south-east) parking lot prior to January 29th & we will chip it. Bring a bag with you to Winterfest and take the chips home with you for your garden.

Mono’s Family Ski Day

The 3rd Monday of February is Family Day and what better way to spend a day with your family than by taking advantage of ?

Come enjoy a day of free cross country skiing at Monora Park, which offers 18 km of groomed ski trails. Equipment rentals will be free this day for the entire family. Inside the Pavilion hot chocolate and lunch will be available while on the trail there will be free hot apple cider. Family Ski Day is a collaborative event between the Town of Mono and Mono Nordic Ski Club.

Island Lake Rentals: Ice Fishing

Ice Fishing Hut Rental Fees

Low Lake Levels Impact Ice Fishing Program

Due to low precipitation during 2016 the lake level continues to be lower than normal for this time of year. This will impact the winter ice fishing program in the following ways:

  • heated ice hut rentals will not be available due to the concerns of visitors having a poor fishing experience
  • open ice fishing and personal huts will be permitted daily pending ice conditions
  • live bait and hole auguring will continue to be available onsite
  • the Ice Fishing Derby will be shortened to three days (February 18-20)
  • the ice fishing program will open when safe conditions permit (typically the beginning of January)

Please call 1.800.368.0890 or email with any questions.

“Live the Lake” Card

Ask staff at Island Lake Conservation Area for your FREE “Live the Lake” Card.

Every time you rent a boat or ice hut in 2015, get your card stamped and be on your way to earn free rentals!

Attention: Changes to Live Bait Policy
Effective April 18, 2014

All visitors must pay regular area admission fees.

Hole Augering Service*

  • 1 hole for $2
  • 3 holes for $5


  • $6.19/dozen
  • $8.85/dozen with a bucket

Ice Fishing Rod Rental*

  • $10 per day
  • $20 deposit required, refunded upon return

Heated Ice Hut Rentals** (not available in 2017)

15 4-man huts, 2 6-man and 1 wheelchair accessible huts are available for rent. They are approximately a 5 minute walk from shore and include the following:

  • pre-drilled holes
  • propane heaters
  • 1 dozen minnows (per hut)
  • 1 extra hole outside per person
  • 2 windows per hut
  • benches
  • coat hooks
  • non-smoking available

Full Day rental

  • $36 per adult (over 14)*
  • 8:00 am to 5:30 pm daily

Half Day rental

  • $26 per adult (over 14)*
  • Monday to Friday, any 4.5 hours from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
  • Weekends and holidays, morning 8:00 am to 12:30 pm, afternoon 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm

* prices do not include HST

** minimum 2 adults per 4-man hut or 3 adults per 6-man hut on weekends and holidays, children 14 and under are not required to pay a hut rental fee as long as minimum hut occupancies are met.

Seasonal hut rentals available. Starting in January when ice is deemed safe and goes until March 15th . Fee $500+HST


Reservations are recommended for weekends and holidays. A $5 non-refundable reservation fee and credit card number are required.  Please call 1 800 367 0890 between 8:00am and 6:00pm.


Cancellations are accepted up until your scheduled arrival, the $5 reservation fee is non-refundable however we can rebook your visit at no extra charge.

No-Show Penalty

Guests that do not show for their reservation and do not call to cancel will be charged the minimum hut rental fee to the credit card number provided.

Please note:

Snowmobiles ATV’s and other motorized vehicles are not permitted on the ice or in the Conservation Area.

Fishing licenses are required and are not available for purchase on site.

Ontario Fishing Licences can be purchased at Canadian Tire or online at

Quartely Real Estate Sales (Fieldstone)

Jan 1st, 2016 - March 31st, 2016         3 properties sold with a average sale price of $749,996.67

April 1st, 2016 - June 30th, 2016         7 properties sold with a average sale price of $875,427.14

July 1st, 2016 - Sept 30th, 2016           2 properties sold with a average sale price of $914,900.00

Oct 1st, 2016 - Dec 31st, 2016             3 properties sold with a average sale price of $939,833.33

Call me today for a free market evaluation at 519-217-MARK(6275) or come knock on my door at 16 Ellis St (Fieldstone).

Prices are up 25% since Jan 1st, 2016

*Not intended to solicit properties currently listed for sale.


Town of Mono (Fieldstone)

Road and Sidewalk Snowploughing

Winter will soon enough be upon us and the Public Works Department would like to remind everyone that you can do your bit to make their job easier and safer.

When it comes to ploughing roads, it is essential that everyone follow the winter parking restrictions. No parking is allowed is allowed on any Town road between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. starting November 15th and running until April 15th.

The following will also go a long way to ensuring roads and sidewalks are safely and efficiently ploughed.

  • Keeping sidewalks clear of objects & debris
  • Ensure that garbage cans are well setback from the road
  • Residents are responsible to clear their own driveway entrance
  • Do not shovel, blow or plough snow onto roads & sidewalks



Fieldstone Residents With Vacation Spots To Rent

Myrtle Beach Vacation Properties for Rent. 

2 bdrm condo and 4 bdrm house
Weekly Rentals  
Contact Suzanne Duval 905-867-3048
*Please send me an email if you have a cottage or vacation rental that you would like posted.

Don't Veer For Deer

Veering for deer can end fatally. You can more easily lose control and swerve off the road or into oncoming traffic. It’s best to apply the brakes, stay in your lane and don't turn aggressively. Use steady braking and maintain control of your vehicle.


Don't Veer For Deer

Support Your Local Trades

***Please email me your company name and number and I will be happy to add your company to our community list.***

Vista Green Landscaping Inc.

Interlocking Design Specialist

Craig Christie - 519-216-3584


Red Line Mechanical (As seen on Holmes on Homes)

HVAC & Plumbing Services

Jim Malfatti 416-857-4376


J&M Renovations

Kitchen,Bathroom, & Basement Specialist

Jesmond 416-735-8939


Helping Hands Services

Residential Painting

Anita Storrar 416-617-2342


The Plumbing Expert Mechanical Services

Plumbing Services

Elie Yaacoub 647-293-6994

Athlete Of The Month

***Please email your child's name and latest sports accomplishment and I will pick a winner monthly.***

For The Foodies

My Favorite Local Restaurants Include:

Pia’s on Broadway


  • 163 First Street
  •  Phone number(519) 942-3388
  •   Business


Thai for You


  • 235 Centennial Road
  •  Phone number(519) 942-9199
  •   Business

Black Birch


        307388 Hockley Rd
       (519) 938-2333

Ask me how to earn AIR MILES® reward miles when you buy or sell a home through me.

Emergency Services


Ambulance, fire and police emergency services in the Town of Mono are accessed by dialing 9-1-1. To be included in the 9-1-1 system, a property must have either a clearly visible street number (if in a subdivision) or a reflective white-on-green civic address sign at the end of the driveway (if in a rural area). If you need to obtain a civic address sign, please call the County of Dufferin Community Development Officeat (519) 941-2338.

Fieldstone Home Average Price Is Up Over 25% Since Jan 1st, 2016

Fieldstone School Information

Dufferin - Peel Catholic District School Board Grades JK-8

St. Benedict Elementary School

345 Blind Line, Orangeville

Tel. 519-942-5980

Bus - Yes


Dufferin - Peel Catholic District School Board Grades 9-12

Robert F. Hall Secondary School

6500 Old Church Rd, Caledon

Tel. 905-584-1670

Bus - Yes


Upper Grand District School Board Grades JK-8

Island Lake Public School

50 Oak Ridge Dr, Orangeville

Tel. 519-941-3292

Bus - Yes


Upper Grand District School Board Grades 9-12

Orangeville District Secondary School

22 Faulkner St, Orangeville

Tel. 519-941-0491

Bus - Yes


Conseil Scolaire Viamonde Grades JK-8

Ecole élémentaire des Quatre-Rivieres

60 Century Dr, Orangeville

Tel. 519-940-5145

Bus - Yes


Festivals & Events

Community Calendar Events

Calendar of Events

Feb 2, 2017—Feb 19, 2017 | CommunityPerforming Arts

Wingfield’s Progress brings Walt and all of your favourite Larkspur residents back at their hilarious best in this sequel to Dan Needles' Letter From Wingfield Farm.


The Gentleman Clothier

Mar 23, 2017—Apr 9, 2017 | CommunityPerforming Arts

Written by Norm Foster, Canada's most produced playwright, this tailor-made play will not only fit you like a glove, it will transport you to a magical bespoke world that will keep you in stitches.

Orangeville Winter Market

Apr 8, 2017—Apr 22, 2017 | Community

The Orangeville Winter Farmers' Market runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every second Saturday inside Town Hall beginning November 5, with a break over the Christmas holidays.

Sexy Laundry

Apr 27, 2017—May 14, 2017 | CommunityPerforming Arts

Alice is determined to rekindle the romance in their marriage, but what ensues in this adult comedy is absolute hilarity as Alice and Henry discover themselves and their marriage all over again.

Orangeville Winter Farmer's Market

November 5 – March 25 (10 dates) | Community

November 5, 2016, 9:00am - 1:00pm

The Orangeville Winter Farmers' Market runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every second Saturday inside Town Hall beginning November 5, with a break for the Christmas holidays after December 17. The market will resume on January 14 through April 2017.

Visit for more information.

Orangeville Town Hall

87 Broadway, Orangeville, ON L9W 1K1

In The News.....

Public info session set for million tonne aggregate plan in Mono


The company proposing to extract up to one million tonnes of aggregate per year from 358 acres of farmland is ready to unveil its plan to the public.

Greenwood Construction Limited, which has applied to the province for an aggregate extraction licence, will host a public information session at the Mono Community Centre this Wednesday (Oct. 26) from 2 to 6 p.m.

The affected lands, which are currently designated as rural lands under Mono’s Official Plan, are located between 3rd and 4th lines north of Highway 89 in Mono, and south of 30th Sideroad east of 3rd Line. Greenwood’s plan is to extract sand and gravel.

“The application is for a pit that will not extract below the established water table,” the company’s owner Sam Greenwood wrote in his correspondence to Mono council. “The requested production limit is 1,000,000 tonnes per annum.”

Opposition to the company’s plans began to mount well before the company’s application for an aggregate extraction licence was filed with Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR).

A group of local residents formed to call themselves Protect Mono shortly after Greenwood acquired property in the area in 2014.

The citizen’s group has raised a laundry list of concerns, including the potential impact an aggregate operation may have on water sources, loss of farmland, as well as increased noise and truck traffic on Airport Road.

“It’s prime farmland first of all, which is diminishing at break-neck speed,” Protect Mono group leader Leeanne Farrugia told The Banner shortly after the advocacy group was formed. “Mostly, it’s not appropriate land for aggregate extraction.”

Greenwood filed its application to the MNR back in June. The deadline to file any objections to Greenwood’s plan to the MNR is Nov. 14.

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