Welcome to Downtown Georgetown - Your Treasure Awaits.
You’re invited to wander through our historic downtown and find your smile; unique shops, restaurants and services, the historic setting, the events and Farmers’ Market that Downtown Georgetown offers.
Originally founded in 1823, Downtown Georgetown has been a lively centre of activity for almost two centuries. Many of the original historic buildings still stand to this day and with other features make our Downtown one of the most frequently filmed towns in Ontario!
Your Treasure Awaits…
To learn more, please visit their website .
Photo: Downtown Georgetown
Most people you talk to say how much they love living in Acton. We are a small, close knit community where people still meet and greet each other o n the street. More and more people are moving from the larger metropolises to enjoy our small town atmosphere.
The Acton B.I.A helps to organize a wide variety of family-friendly events throughout the year, including: the Acton Winter Carnival, Canada Day celebrations in Prospect Park, the Leathertown Festival, and more!
To learn more about Downtown Acton and the Acton B.I.A, please visit the Acton BIA Facebook page
Photo: Leathertown Festival
Welcome to the NEW Copper Kettle. We are Glen Williams’ neighbourhood pub featuring fresh food, local brews, outstanding live music, and a breathtaking patio. You are invited to drop by this idyllic spot to enjoy a pint of craft beer and a plate of freshly home cooked pub food while enjoying some live, toe-tapping music.
This historic landmark is now under new ownership and has been carefully renovated to bring an authentic, pub experience to our community. We invite you to enjoy this warm, friendly atmosphere for yourself. Come after work or plan an evening out with friends and we’ll help put a smile on your face.
Now featuring live music on Friday 8:30pm-10pm and Sunday nights 5pm-8pm and a wide array of domestic and imported beer offerings on tap, the Copper Kettle Pub will quickly become your ‘go to’ spot to relax over a pint. Your local family owned and operated neighbourhood pub is ready to welcome you! See you soon.
To learn more, and to view their menu, please visit their website
Photo: Copper Kettle Pub
A luxurious three bedroom Bed & Breakfast nestled in the middle of 96 scenic acres on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment north of Georgetown. This estate home offers an indoor pool, hot tub, free wi-fi, elevator and cozy common rooms complete with fireplace and beautiful views. Bright spacious rooms decorated with a splendid traditional flair, each with ensuite bath, TV, bar-fridge, coffee maker and hair dryer.
To learn more, and to book a stay please visit our website.
Photo: Stone Edge Estate
Designed by Hall of Fame architect Robbie Robinson, Georgetown GC opened in 1958 as a lovely parkland course known for its wonderfully rambunctious character, complete with valleys, scenic views, elevated tee shots, and the Credit River that runs through the property.
Since it joined the ClubLink family and was renamed Eagle Ridge Golf Club, the course has undergone a series of upgrades, including significant renovations to tee boxes, bunkers and fairways.
Eagle Ridge is a classic strategic course, providing the golfer with plenty of options, but there are times when you’ve got to make the shot, such as the harrowing approach to the par-4 10th green set on a hillside guarded by giant stands of trees.
The charming clubhouse has a beautiful patio overlooking the 18th green, a bar with great character for lunch, dinner or just a beverage, as well as meeting space and a banquet room perfect for weddings or parties. Eagle Ridge is also renowned for its Friday night barbecues and Sunday brunches.
Eagle Ridge is a lovely walk made even better in the Escarpment countryside just northwest of Greater Toronto.
To learn more, please visit their website.
Photo: Eagle Ridge Golf Club
The 2017 Georgetown Craft Beer Festival was held on September 16!
Head For The Hills. And help the community.
Organized by four Georgetown service clubs (Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis & Kinsmen), the Georgetown Craft Beer Festival is an exciting new event combining the interest and excitement of the craft beer movement with a genuine desire to help charities throughout the region.
Say farewell to summer in a gorgeous country setting – at the peak of the fall colours – sharing and comparing over 25 craft beers and ciders from across Ontario. There will be music, food trucks, local crafts, and passionate brewers eager to share their knowledge of beer. Proceeds from the day go to Food4Kids, a local charity bringing meals to at-risk youth. It’s a beer tasting experience sure to leave a great taste in everyone’s mouth.
Tickets are now available! Advanced tickets are $29 - increases to $35 at the door of the event (if any are available)! Advance purchases can be made through the website.
ALL ABOARD! The bus is back in action. Head for the Hills has a shuttle bus service To and From the event, picking up at various hubs around town. This FREE program is brought to you by the following local transport pros:
Buses will start running to and from the Festival at 11:00am and will run approximately every 35-40 minutes. The last bust back leaves the Trafalgar Sports Park at 6:30pm. Here are the pick-up points around town:
Acton Go Station (S. end of lot)
Limehouse Public School
Glen Williams Public School
Moldmasters Arena (rear lot)
The Gellert Centre
Georgetown South Plaza (behind Tim Hortons)
To purchase your tickets in advance, and learn more please visit their website .
Photo: Head for the Hills
September 30 2017, 11am – 3pm
Norval Presbyterian Church.
Credit Valley Artisans is making 150 Bowls. Customers choose the bowl they want and have it filled with delicious soup from Heather’s Bakery in Georgetown, along with delicious goodies. There will also be 150 small “Canada 150” paintings for sale to the public. All profits will go to the LM Montgomery Museum in Norval as a Canada 150 project.
Learn more at their website or contact Carolyn at 905-877-2579.
Photo: Plein Air Event at Carter Farm Market
The Georgetown Fall Fair will take place on September 8-10, 2017.
Come and help us celebrate Canada's 150 birthday.
If you enjoy a Demolition Derby, Truck Pull, agricultural animals and displays, craft items, entertainment, a beer tent, midway rides and children's activities, then the Georgetown Fall Fair is here for you.
Friday from 5:00pm, we highlight youth activities with midway rides, musical events and social times. Saturday showcases the Baby Show, Agricultural Education Tent, Demolition Derby, beer tent, musical interludes and antique and modern equipment displays. As Sunday is family day, we have the Rabbit Show, Children's Pet Show Kiddie Tractor Pull and our super sized 4x4 Truck and Tractor Pull.
Most events are open throughout the fair so don't miss our Homecraft Exhibits, train ride, food concessions midway rides,stage events, the Knights of Columbus beer tent, merchandise vendors,Silent Auction and local talent.
Help us carry on the 171 year tradition which our ancestors created to bring together the social and economic community. Wear Canada proudly and come see us at the fair.
WEEKEND PASS - $20
CHILDREN 6 AND UNDER - Free
CHILDREN 7 - 12 - $3.00 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
ADULTS - $8.00 Friday, $10.00 Saturday, $8.00 Sunday
HST included in all admissions
Weekend & Midway passes are now available for purchase from the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce! Learn more.
Hours of Operation
Friday - 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday - 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
For more information please visit the Georgetown Fall Fair website.
Photo: Georgetown Fall Fair
Don’t miss our Farmers’ Markets that run from June to the October – Thursday afternoons from 3-7 PM (2-6 in Sept/Oct) at Bethel Church in Acton and Saturday mornings from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM in Downtown Georgetown. The Farmers’ Markets are local gathering places where you’ll get service with a smile and enjoy the sights and sounds of a true small town experience.
For more information on the Georgetown Farmers' Market please visit their website.
Photo: Georgetown Farmers' Market
Join us on June 17th for the Norval Community Association Strawberry Social.
Featuring Anne Shirley's Famous Raspberry Cordial (non-alcoholic)
Proceeds to Norval's Community Projects.
Tickets include unlimited Tea and/or Coffee
Location: Carter Farm
9880 Winston Churchill Blvd.
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
For tickets please call 905-877-7059 .