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.

Nov1313/11/2018 10:52:00 PM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 488, get your fill of "fa-la--la-la-la, la-la-la-la" this weekend in the village - Christmas in Bayfield is here! 





Nov606/11/2018 8:06:00 PM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 487, this November 11th marks the 100th anniversary of the ceasefire of the war to end all wars. In recognition of that moment in history at 5 p.m. on Sunday the church bells in Bayfield will ring out 100 times just as the bells of peace rang out on that day in 1918. All are encouraged to listen for them…pause…and remember. 



Oct3030/10/2018 9:50:00 PM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 486, screams lingered on the damp air in the haunted woods on Saturday night, some even echoed across the river and floated along the streets of the village…listen carefully…maybe you can still hear them, but just in case you can't, we have stolen the souls of several individuals digitally to share with you in our photo story. Happy Halloween all! 



Oct2323/10/2018 5:47:00 PM by Dennis Pal

 In Issue 485, we anticipate weekend events like the afternoon presentation, “Strategies to Reduce Plastic Waste” hosted by Blue Bayfield and the fourth annual Witches’ Walk to raise funds for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of North Huron. And in our photo story, we warmed up our singing voices to join in the “Bayfield Sing-along” hosted by the Glee Sisters and the Bayfield Ukulele Society...




Aug. 27, 2014


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