Engine 81 is a steam engine nicknamed ‘Old 81’ by the residents of Palmerston. Resting on its own track in the Palmerston Lions Heritage Park, it proudly surveys the downtown area. ‘Old 81’ turned one hundred years old in 2010.
Reverend john Smithurst was ordained by the Church of England in 1939 and served as a missionary to the aboriginal people at the Red River Settlements in Manitoba for twelve years. He settled in the Township of Minto in 1852 when he was appointed Rector of St. John's Anglican church in Elora, Ontario.
Innovative Print is a full-service commercial printer equipped with offset presses, digital printers, & wide format capabilities.
Flowers to Fragrance is a lavender farm located on Highway 89, selling natural home and beauty products made from their plants. This family owned and operated business also offers field tours.
Raynbow Signs is a custom graphic and sign crafting company whose services include consultation, design and installation. Included in their clients are many local businesses and organizations.
Harriston Photography offers professional photography services. It is located in Harriston.
Growing high quality food is not just a business, but a way of life. As farmers, we are motivated by a deep love for the land and a desire to share the goodness of homegrown with you and your family. Visit our farm and experience the benefits of choosing family farm fresh.
A lavish Victorian bed & breakfast on the edge of Harriston, Meiklejohn House was built in the 1870’s by Harriston’s first mayor. Today it serves as a luxury retreat.
The Wesley Bates Gallery is owned and operated by Wesley Bates, a renowned artist and wood engraver. The gallery is located in downtown Clifford and it features paintings, prints and other creative imaginings.
Wesley Bates is an artist and wood engraver whose work is nationally renowned. He owns the Wesley Bates Gallery and West Meadow Press in Clifford. He also works closely with the Minto Arts Council and other community organizations.
Infusion Coffee is a fair trade certified coffee roasting company who hand-roast and custom blend their products. Their beans come from all over the world, including Kenya, Nicaragua, Brazil, Columbia and Indonesia.
The renovated Harriston Train Station serves as a seniors' centre and the location of the Harriston Farmers' Market. It is located on Arthur Street in Harriston.
Built in 1878, the Glenlee Post Office was manned by Postmaster Robert Sinclair and in operation until 1911.
The CNRA Clubhouse is located on Main Street, Palmerston.
Nichola McEwan is a Minto-based painter, a furniture maker and an India ink artist.
Frank Lambier Court dedication ceremony in Palmerston with Mayor Bridge, Legion Branch 409 representatives and the Lambier family.
The Palmerston Library is located on the corner of Bell and James Street. Its features include spacious reading areas and readily available access to computers.
The Harriston Library is a renovated Carnegie building retaining much of its beautiful, original architecture. Besides the main floor library, the basement contains a full kitchen, meeting room and stage. The upper floor holds both the Minto Heritage Gallery and a Harriston Historical Society collection.
Newly constructed in 2006, the Clifford branch of the Wellington County Library features an expanded library area as well as a separate medical clinic.