Set a course for Bayfield, ON each week! The Bayfield Breeze is published weekly, and for subscribers it arrives in their inbox every Wednesday; filled with all the latest happenings in the village plus articles and photos of interest.

Journalist and photographer, Melody Falconer-Pounder, composes the weekly column and Dennis Pal acts as Web Publisher. Advertising sales are the responsibility of Mike Dixon.

CURRENT ISSUES

May1717/05/2016 5:27:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 359, we look ahead to Victoria Day Weekend and are hoping for warm temperatures and sunny skies to enjoy traditional events such as the Optimist Club Duck Race (have you got your tickets, yet?) and the Lions Club Breakfast. No matter what you choose to do this first long weekend of the "summer" season - enjoy!  

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May1010/05/2016 10:04:00 PM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 358, we revisit the windmill on Bayfield River Road 27 years later with a specialist in restoration and in our photo story we are reminded that there is no "I" in Team! 

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May303/05/2016 11:30:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 357, we revisit a story from 1989 that shares great insights into the construction of the Folmar Windmill by the builder himself and in our photo story we have some fun with members of the village Play Group... 

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Apr2727/04/2016 12:09:00 AM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 356, well that was a whirlwind of a weekend in the Village of Bayfield. It has been reported that 2,500 people came through the doors of the Bayfield Arena for the Lions' Club's annual Home and Garden Show....and if you didn't happen to be one of them, or even if you were, be sure to see some of the highlights in this week's photo story. 

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AN UPDATED LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

Aug. 27, 2014

mel

I cannot adequately express how grateful I am to the community and the many village organizations that took the time to donate to our “Website Upgrade Appeal.” The campaign period has now ended.

For those who have contributed the BHS has prepared a note of thanks to include with your charitable tax receipt for donations of $25 or more. I too have included a personal acknowledgement of thanks and have begun hand delivering the ones that I can – so that the funds raised go where they are needed - for website upgrades and not to Canada Post.

It is exciting to think that in the coming months we have the opportunity to make the Bayfield Breeze an even louder voice for the village. It is gratifying that the community is helping make this happen one contribution at a time.

- Melody