The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 67 is embarking on our public outreach program
Legion is excited to offer Central Senior Public School a field trip to Fort York in Toronto with a small group of Veterans on 21 May 2019
This years Simcoe days will be representing the “UN Year of Indigenous Languages” and the many settlers to Upper Canada.
The Legion tables will displaying information about Samuel de Champlain. How he traveled up through the Trent Severn Water Ways, the tools he used and people he came across during his adventures. Come drop by our table for more information and a chat with our volunteers. There will be a dress-up trunk for the kids. (Parents are welcomed to take photos). Free treats for the kids ,fill out a ballot for prize give a-ways. Donations to the artifacts department of the Legion most welcomed. A shuttle bus will be provided from the parking lot located off Helen Street.
Summer is now here! Why not come out and relax on our back deck. while enjoying the view of the Lindsay Locks, With a cool summer breeze and a refreshing beverage from the Bar. Order a lunch special (lunch specials located on our calendar of events). Meet some of the Veterans from local branch, hear their stories. Guarantied you will walk away with a smile.
Why not drop by for a delicious, sandwich or lunch special.In our downstairs lounge (found on our calendar of events). We have a dedicated crew of staff and volunteers, geared to make your a meal a memorable one. They are also the ladies and gentlemen that help make your event a meaningful experience when renting one of our rooms for that special event.
From left to right: Joanne Pritchard , Judy Eyers, Malene Bartley, Edith Baker, Cindi Buda, Mike Hansman, Lynne Alexopoulos,Bev Johnston