Horning’s Mills Community Hall
The Horning’s Mills Community Hall, located at the heart of the Hamlet, hosts numerous community events and activities throughout the year. In 2011, in conjunction with an Ontario Trillium Grant, improvements were undertaken to make both floors of the hall wheelchair accessible. The Horning’s Mills Community Hall Board of Management is made up of Melancthon community volunteers. The board raises funds to maintain the community hall, upgrade its facilities to meet with current codes and community needs, and to host community events.
Please click the following link to visit the Horning’s Mills Community Hall website: https://horningsmillshall.com/
Interested in renting the hall? Click here for information on renting the hall
North Dufferin Community Centre
706114 County Rd 21 Mulmur, ON
The North Dufferin Community Centre is owned by the Township of Mulmur, and managed by the NDCC Board of Management. The Board is made up of one representative each from the Townships of Mulmur and Melancthon and Members of the Community from both Mulmur and Melancthon Township.
Contact: (519) 925-6616 / email@example.com
Township of Mulmur and Township of Melancthon
Recreation Plan & Efficiency Review
About the Project
The Townships of Mulmur and Melancthon are embarking on a planning exercise together that will guide municipal investment in recreation in the future. This includes two (2) key projects:
Project 1: A Facility and Program Assessment of the North Dufferin Community Centre (NDCC) to ensure that the facility is operating as efficiently as possible, while meeting the community’s needs, and
Project 2: A Recreation Master Plan for the Township of Mulmur to determine key opportunities to enhance the existing recreation assets effectively and efficiently.
The Approach to Developing the Plan
Sierra Planning and Management – a multi-disciplinary planning firm, has been retained to lead the NDCC Efficiency Review and develop a Recreation Master Plan for Mulmur. This exercise will be developed through an integrated and comprehensive public consultation process, complemented by a thorough analysis of current and projected community needs, and best practice.
The study will involve consultation with a range of stakeholders (including community and sport groups) as well as the public in identifying current needs, issues and priorities for the NDCC and investment in parks and recreation in general in Mulmur.
The project will employ a range of means to gather public input including public consultation sessions. Keep checking this web page to follow the progress of the project and see how you can provide your input on the Master Plan.
Upcoming events include:
Online Public Survey: Closing February 21, 2020
2. Community Workshop: February 4, 2020 – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Norduff Room (Upstairs)
User Group Workshop (by invitation only): Late February / Early March (date TBD)
For more information:
For more information regarding this project, please contact Denise Holmes, CAO/Clerk – 519-925-5525.
The Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex
The Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex is owned by the Town of Shelburne, and managed by the CDRC Board of Management. The Board is made up of representatives from the Town of Shelburne, the Town of Mono, the Townships of Melancthon and Amaranth. Built in 1977, the community facility consists of a 900-seat arena, an outdoor heated pool and a 4000-square-foot banquet hall. In 2010 the CDRC underwent a major renovation that provided new swimming pool and arena change rooms as well as addressed Accessibility requirements.
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Dundalk Community Centre
Recreation Department Contact
(519) 923-3431 or (519) 374-3130
Horning’s Mills Community Park
The Horning’s Mills Community Park is located at the corner of 15 Sideroad and Main Street in Horning’s Mills. The Park boasts a large covered Pavillion and ball diamond. Perfect for family reunions, picnics, birthday parties, etc. The Horning’s Mills Community Park has been the meeting place of the Community since 1930 when L.A.C. Strothers, a local landowner, donated the land to the people. For rental inquiries, please contact the Township Office at 519-925-5525.