Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The County of Simcoe is located in central Ontario. It is the site of first contact between Champlain and the Ouendat in the early 1600s. Two hundred years later, the War of 1812 saw a wave of British setters build roads, clear land and homestead. Two hundred years after that, the County of Simcoe is an ever-growing region with a vibrant future based on a solid and interesting historical foundation.
The County of Simcoe is the second-largest county in Ontario. It is bordered by Lake Simcoe to the east and Georgian Bay to the north. An all-season playground, its population – which includes Barrie and Orillia – is more than 500,000. It is one of the fastest-growing regions outside of the Greater Toronto Area.