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NOTICE: ORB Land for Sale

Belfountain Residents Your Belfountain Community Organization would like you to know the ORB land has been listed for sale. UPDATE: 2017 March 20 – That listing has been removed. Local copy here. Information can be found at: http://www.cbre.ca/AssetLibrary/lsg_eastsideofshaws.pdf We invite you … Continue reading

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BELFOUNTAIN & ORB: A CALL TO ACTION

On behalf of the BCO, please consider becoming part of the proposed Committee. Your help is needed. Spring is sprung, ORB is in orbit, and its now or never that Belfountain residents must decide how to meet ORB’s plan to … Continue reading

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LOBSTERFEST 2014 FUNDRAISER

On Monday, June 23, the BCO’s First Annual LobsterFest fundraiser will be held at the Belfountain Inn. Come out and join us for this fun and unusual event—you’ll enjoy a wonderful dinner while you help support the initiative of preventing … Continue reading

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YOUR NEW BELFOUNTAIN COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (BCO)

A new board of 15 directors was duly elected at the BCO’s Feb. 19, 2014 Annual General Meeting.  They met Saturday to name the following BCO officers for the coming year:

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The View from Belfountain

The View Fall 2016  – Salamander Festival 20th Anniversary, Community Hall Renovations, Pinkney House, Library News, Puff balls The View Summer 2016 – 2016 events, Lobsterfest, Under the Maples, Reopening of the Community Hall, 20th Anniversary of Salamander Festival; The Future of … Continue reading

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Belfountain History

Belfountain is situated on the west branch of the Credit River, at the junction of County Roads 1 (Mississauga Road) and 11 (Forks of the Credit Road), just west of Highway 10 and approximately 15 kilometres south of Orangeville. It’s … Continue reading

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Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Located north of Belfountain, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park features the excitement of the Credit River, as it narrows and rushes through a deep gorge, plunging over a falls. Geological features that were deposited or carved out by retreating … Continue reading

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