Fieldstone

Fieldstone

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CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
  • 519-217-6275
  • 519-940-2100
  • 57 Broadway
    Orangeville, ON L9W 1J8
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Savour the Flavours Culinary Tours

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Street map of Savour the Flavours Culinary Tours

A unique opportunity to explore Orangeville’s vibrant downtown core, Savour the Flavours offers a culinary adventure like no other! Experience the offerings of the outstanding restaurants and culinary shops in town. Tours are held most Saturdays, 2 - 4 p.m. beginning May 20 through September 30. Visit www.savourtheflavours.net to book a tour.

Event Schedule

    • May 20, 2017

      2:00pm – 4:00pm

    • May 27, 2017

      2:00pm – 4:00pm

    • June 10, 2017

      2:00pm – 4:00pm

ADDITIONAL DATES

Location

87 Broadway
Orangeville, ON L9W 1K1

 

Contact Information

Savour the Flavours

Phone: 416-570-0839

 

Local Resident Requesting Help

Hello everyone! Over the course of the next week I will be collecting beer bottles, wine bottles, or basically any returnable bottles to raise money for a fundraiser that one of our residents is arranging (Diana Agostinelli ). She is raising money to help a student going into grade 9 next September that desperately needs a proper wheelchair. Please send me a pm if you have any bottles you would be willing to donate to help this amazing kid!

 

I LIVE HERE, I WORK HERE, I LOVE IT HERE!

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.

Sincerely,

Mark Phipps

Century 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage

2017 Compass Run For Food

Compass Run for Food logo

The fourth annual Compass Run for Food is being held on Saturday, June 10, 2017 in support of area food banks. The 5K & 10K routes are loops that take runners down Credit Valley Conservation’s beautiful and flat Lakeside Trail and Mono’s Baker Trail.

Last year's run raised over $23,000 for the Orangeville and Shelburne Food Banks, the Lighthouse Soup Kitchen, the Door Youth Centre, and Local Community Garden initiatives.

For further details and to register visit compassrun.com.

Saturday, June 10, 2017 - 8:30am

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

Jan 1st, 2017 - March 31st, 2017         5 properties sold with a average sale price of $1,107,980.00

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 approx 47% since Jan 1st, 2016

*Not intended to solicit properties currently listed for sale.

ORANGEVILLE'S MOST ANTICIPATED EVENT

 

The entertainment line-up has been unveiled for the 2017 Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival. The festival will run from June 1-4 in downtown Orangeville.

With their most successful year behind them, the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival board has announced a line-up and a plan to make the 2017 beat last year’s record attendance of 38,000. “We had great weather, we had great music, and we set a record,” said Gary Brown, President of the festival’s Board of Directors. It’s estimated last year’s attendees contributed $1.4 million to the local economy.

Celebrating its 15th year, the blues and jazz festival has 180 volunteers who contribute about 5,000 hours to the event. Named one of the top 100 festivals and events in Ontario for six years, some changes have been announced to enhance the festival and ensure it’s sustainable.

The festival will feature a larger main stage with improved sound and stage lighting along with designating the entire main stage audience area as a licenced area. There will be a $5 per person daily admission fee to the Main Stage and the Opera House. There will be no admission fee for children 12 years of age and under.

Festival founder and artistic director Larry Kurtz said there will be more than 90 acts on three stages and in local pubs and restaurants with pop-up bands featured on Broadway and Mill Street over the course of four days.

The popular Blue Cruise returns to Broadway on the Friday starting at 5 p.m., featuring 10 bands performing amidst 300 classic cars.

Following the Blues Cruise, the Royal LePage Main Stage will feature Larry Kurtz and the Lawbreakers taking the stage at 8 p.m., followed by the award-winning Dawn Tyler Watson Band from Montreal.

On Saturday, performances on the main stage will start at noon beginning with Soul Collective following by Harp Attack! Spencer Mackenzie will take the stage followed by Turbo Street Funk who will lead the Dods & McNair Memorial Jazz March from the main stage and then along Broadway and back to the stage area. Braithwaite & Whiteley, the Juno-nominated Paul Reddick Band, and Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials from Chicago will round out the evening schedule. Also taking place on Saturday afternoon will be the Blues & Bikes event on Mill Street, sponsored by Harley Davidson. Saturday afternoon will feature free music workshops in the Orangeville Public Library.

The Main Stage performers on Sunday include Chris Antonik, the Gabriel Palatchi Trio, Coco Love Alcorn, and a special closing performance by The Last Waltz Band.

The Opera House Series features jazz and acoustic blues performances on Saturday and Sunday, with performances by Stan Chang & Eric Bruck, Carol McCartney, Juno-nominated Sean Pinchin and Los Variants, followed by Manitoba Hal, Michael Pickett and Guy Davis of New York City.

The TD Tent Local Stars will showcase the ODSS Jazz Band, Flashback, Orangeville Music Theatre, Southern Fryde Inc., Itchy & Scratchy, Andi Trepanier, Orangeville Chorus, the Travelling Wannabees, the Fire Cats, the Jazz Society Band and the Heather Katz Band.

For more information about this year’s festival, visit www.orangevillebluesandjazz.ca.

Triple Treat - Train, Dinner and Theatre Orangeville performance

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Street map of Triple Treat - Train, Dinner and Theatre Orangeville performance

Enjoy an afternoon excursion on the Credit Valley Explorer. While you enjoy the scenery, dine aboard the train. Then take in the hilarious and a little bit naughty comedy, Sexy Laundry at Theatre Orangeville. Tickets are available by calling Theatre Orangeville at 519-942-3423 or 1-800-424-1295.

Event Schedule

  • May 6, 2017

    3:00pm – 10:00pm

Location

49 Townline
Orangeville, ON L9W 1V1

 

Contact Information

Theatre Orangeville

Phone: 800-424-1295

 

Mono’s Hiking Challenge

This year is Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation & one of the ways that Mono will be celebrating is by hosting a Mono Hiking Challenge.

Canoe North Adventures logoThe 'challenge' is to hike one or all of the 20 designated hikes that are part of the program. For each hike completed, a participant will receive an entry into the Grand Prize draw, a 5 day stay for two people at Canoe North Resort, in Norman Wells, Northwest Territories courtesy of Canoe North Adventures.

To become a participant, all that you need to do is register at monohikingchallenge.ca anytime after May 1st, 2017. Then, from June 4ththrough October 31st, 2017, hike as many of the designated trails as you want. Each time you complete one of the designated trails you will receive an entry into the Grand Prize draw. Hike one trail - get one entry; hike 5 trails - get 5 entries & so on. Hike all 20 and you will be entered into the draw twenty times. During each hike you will be asked to take a selfie at a specially designated sign post on the trail and upload the image to monohikingchallenge.ca.

Full details will be posted at monohikingchallenge.ca this spring plus watch for some other exciting opportunities to win more prizes.

Mono's Himing Challenge logo

Youth Soccer League

 

 

Mono YOuth Soccer logo

If all this talk of winter is leaving you pining for spring, don't fret, before you can say, Honey, where are my shorts?, the warm weather will be here and that, of course, means soccer. Mono will again be offering a youth soccer program this summer. Online registration opens on February 6th, 2017 at experiencemono.com. Full details will be posted on the website on or before then.

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

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Red Line Mechanical (As seen on Holmes on Homes)

HVAC & Plumbing Services

Jim Malfatti 416-857-4376

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J&M Renovations

Kitchen,Bathroom, & Basement Specialist

Jesmond 416-735-8939

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Helping Hands Services

Residential Painting

Anita Storrar 416-617-2342

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The Plumbing Expert Mechanical Services

Plumbing Services

www.ThePlumbingExpert.ca

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

      SeafoodVegetarianCanadian

  • 163 First Street
    Orangeville
  •  Phone number(519) 942-3388
  •   Business websiteeatatforage.com

Rustik

Thai for You

         Thai

  • 235 Centennial Road
    Orangeville
  •  Phone number(519) 942-9199
  •   Business websitethaiforyou.ca

Black Birch

         Canadian

        307388 Hockley Rd
        Mono
       (519) 938-2333
          blackbirchrestaurant.ca/#about
 
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 Sale Price For March 2017 Was $1,144,950.00

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Fieldstone 1st Community Garage Sale on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m

Please email Mark Phipps (Fieldstone Resident) at mark.phipps@century21.ca to register.

All signage and newspaper advertising will be sponsored by Mark Phipps of Century 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage

 

 

YOGA

Spring Yoga Classes
Yoga pose

Classes start April 18th and run every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. for 12 weeks. Cost is $75 for a season pass & $10 for a single class pass.

Mono offers a yoga class that is designed to meet the needs of all Yoga students. Our instructor, Veronica, customizes the classes for each participant, taking into account experience, age, physical limitations, and interests.

Location: Mono Community Centre
Dates: Every Tuesday 7:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Weeks: April 18th to July 4th, 2017.

For more information and to buy your pass, see the Yoga Classes page on the Mono Town's website.

Attempted Break-In

Just a heads up to my fellow Fieldstone residents. It looks like my neighbors directly across on Ellis had an attempted break and enter last Friday night March 3 at 11:51pm. It was caught on the security cameras. They were home watching movie with the front lights on, but house was fairly dark inside.The van was a very long extended van. It drove south on Ellis, stopped in front of driveway, A guy got out and went to front door...luckily the dog always sits in their front window and started barking, and the guy ran away and jumped back in the passenger side of the waiting van. It went down Ellis and turned left on Ketchum...OPP report was filed and they viewed the video. No other reports that night...we all trying to figure out why their house, but they were the only house with no cars in the driveway, exterior lights on, and fresh snow with no tire tracks, so perhaps they assumed no one home. OPP has reported break and enters middle of day in Island Lake subdivision, and I think that phase two of Fieldstone has also had some break-ins. Kindly keep your eyes open for anything suspicious.

Fieldstone School Information

Dufferin - Peel Catholic District School Board Grades JK-8

St. Benedict Elementary School

http://www.dpcdsb.org/BENED

345 Blind Line, Orangeville

Tel. 519-942-5980

Bus - Yes

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Dufferin - Peel Catholic District School Board Grades 9-12

Robert F. Hall Secondary School

http://www.dpcdsb.org/RFHAL

6500 Old Church Rd, Caledon

Tel. 905-584-1670

Bus - Yes

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Upper Grand District School Board Grades JK-8

Island Lake Public School

http://www.ugdsb.ca/islandlake/

50 Oak Ridge Dr, Orangeville

Tel. 519-941-3292

Bus - Yes

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Upper Grand District School Board Grades 9-12

Orangeville District Secondary School

http://www.ugdsb.on.ca/odss/

22 Faulkner St, Orangeville

Tel. 519-941-0491

Bus - Yes

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Conseil Scolaire Viamonde Grades JK-8

Ecole élémentaire des Quatre-Rivieres

http://csviamonde.ca/ecoles/quatrerivieres/Pages/default.aspx

60 Century Dr, Orangeville

Tel. 519-940-5145

Bus - Yes

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Community Calendar Events

Bowl for Kids Sake

Apr 21, 2017—Apr 23, 2017 | Community

Bowl for Kids is our Biggest annual fundraiser. Make a team, collect pledges & come for an hour of Wii bowling at the Best Western.

Baby Tree Forest Dedication

Apr 23, 2017 | Community

Join the Orangeville Sustainability Action Team (OSAT), 2 p.m. on April 23rd at Kin Family Park as they plant and dedicate the Baby Tree Forest from 2016.

Help Your Child Succeed at School: Tutoring Skills for Parents

Apr 25, 2017 | Community

This workshop will provide practical ways to learn how your child learns and provide strategies to help your child in an effective and enjoyable manner.

 

Bike Ride Clinic

Apr 26, 2017 | Community

As part of Earth Week 2017 events, this all-ages workshop will offer participants both theory and practical on-bike skills.

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.

23rd Annual Teddy Bear Clinic

Apr 29, 2017 | Community

It's time for your Teddy Bear's Annual check-up! Please join the Headwaters Health Care Centre Auxiliary for the 23rd Annual Teddy Bear Clinic.

Savour the Flavours

May 20, 2017—Sep 30, 2017 | Community

Savour the Flavours offers a culinary adventure like no other!

 

Walk for Alzheimer's

May 28, 2017 | Community

The 2017 Walk for Alzheimer's will be held at Island Lake Conversation Area. This year, we will host this fun, family friendly, accessible event at the pavilion at Island Lake.

Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides

May 28, 2017 | Community

Hosted by the Amaranth Lions Club of Orangeville & Area, this is a family-friendly charity walk for Lions Foundation Dog Guides.

Tips for making gardening easier.

Jun 13, 2017 | Community

Donna Zarudny of Dufferin Garden Centre will present “Low Maintenance Gardening” at the Orangeville & District Horticultural Society meeting.

 

 

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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*Not intended to solicit properties currently listed for sale.

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