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Discover history and culture in Dufferin County
Museum of Dufferin
Nestled in the hills of Mulmur Township, the Museum of Dufferin (formerly the Dufferin County Museum & Archives) opened at its current location in 1994. We pride ourselves on offering a welcoming, unique, and enriching environment for our visitors. Each year the MoD offers an eclectic variety of experiences by way of exhibitions, events, programs, and tours. Our visitors, members, donors, partners and volunteers are the heart of who we are and what we do.
Address: 936029 Airport Road, Mulmur, ON L9V 0L3
The Art Walk of Tree Sculptures
The town of Orangeville features art on it municipal boulevards in the form of tree sculptures. The Art Walk of Tree Sculptures was initiated in 2003 and for features 54 sculptures.
Address: Downtown Orangeville
Orangeville Public Library
The Orangeville Public Library is pleased to serve the residents of Orangeville and the surrounding area, as well as visitors to our community. The Library operates from two convenient branch locations; the original Mill Street location (at Broadway), in beautiful downtown Orangeville, and the Alder Street location (at Riddell Road), to provide the community with access to a vast and varied library collection. Popular fiction and non-fiction book titles, music, films, eBooks, research databases, and much more are available, as well as a wide range of programs and services, as expected of a modern library system.
Address: 1 Mill Street, Orangeville, ON L9W 2M2
Address: 275 Alder Street, Orangeville, ON L9W 5H6
Shelburne Public Library
In 1911, the Shelburne Public Library was built on Owen Sound Street. The Library was made possible through a $6000.00 grant from the Carnegie Foundation. In 2002, a SuperBuild Grant of nearly $600,000 was received from the Federal and Provincial governments, making it possible for our library to be rebuilt at double its previous size, and to become wheelchair accessible with the installation of an elevator. With dedicated fundraisers, generous donors and other community support an extra $300,000 was raised. We now have a beautiful, modern, accessible facility; one that has preserved the Gothic style of the original library. The library also received an Ontario Heritage Award for the 2004 renovation and expansion that has brought it to its current and exciting pivotal point of full library service.
Address: 201 Owen Sound Street, Shelburne, ON L9V 3L2
Grand Valley Public Library
The Grand Valley Public Library was originally a Carnegie Library built in 1913. The Grand Valley Public Library is the foundation of community providing social and educational resources. It is a resource centre of information, education, recreation and culture for the residents of The Town of Grand Valley and the Contracting Municipalities of Amaranth and East Garafraxa.
Address: 4 Amaranth Street E, Grand Valley, ON L9W 5L2