Santa stops by for Southampton parade

Santa took time out of his busy schedule to pay a visit to Southampton and take part in the parade that bears his name. Hundreds...

Annual Spring Prom a big hit for the young-at-heart

Proms have always been recognized as an end to a school era for young people but, at the Southampton Care Centre, the Spring Prom...

Veteran’s Commemorative Banner to fly at last

The story of Veteran Gordon Cummings was first printed by Saugeen Times in 2017 but, because his Commemorative Banner will soon be hung this...

Grannies’ first Angel Tea a sold-out fundraiser

On Saturday, November 2nd, the Grannies of Saugeen Shores held their first 'Angel Tea' in support of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign begun by Canadian...

Annual pre-Christmas Curling Club tradition

The doors opened at 9:30 a.m. and, by 10:00 a.m., the annual Cookie Walk was almost sold out. Click on photos for larger images Hosted by...

Pumpkinfest weigh-in winners

When it comes to Pumpkinfest in Port Elgin (Saugeen Shores), one of the most exciting events is the annual weigh-off of giant pumpkins and...

Eat Local Grey Bruce Co-op celebrates third anniversary

In its third year of operation, Eat Local Grey Bruce (ELGB) President Greg Stewart and Treasurer Katherine Ngui presented a break-even financial report for 2018 at...

Port Elgin Library celebrates 110 years

Port Elgin Library celebrates 110 years 1908 - 2018 {Research and Notes by Anne Judd for Friends of the Library} Port Elgin's first public library shared space...

Aunt Annie’s – a little house filled with history

Everyone in Southampton (Saugeen Shores) has at one time passed by the little white house on Front Street, near the Southampton Harbour, known as...

Once Upon a Time: ‘Captain Frank’s Courtship’

“CAPTAIN FRANK”S COURTSHIP” Born in 1856, Frank Granville (Gonneville), a well-known captain of the Great lake schooners, “Ontario” and “Hattie Hutt,” was raised in Southampton....

Once Upon a Time: Pioneer Neighbours near Stokes Bay

Helene Murray Scott was a native of Stokes Bay and wrote about her family roots in this small farming community. Malcolm McIvor was my great...

Holiday spirit comes once a year

It's that time of year when driving through neighbourhoods in the evening, makes you smile as you see the many decorations and lights (at...

All Aboard for the Bruce County Museum Railway

  The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre is excited to announce the opening of a new addition to the permanent galleries with the “Riding...

St. Paul’s celebrates 160 years of ministry

In September 1859 under Rev. I.P. Curran, construction began on the first Anglican Church on Victoria Street in Southampton where the Lawn Bowling Club...