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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.

Jun154 days ago by Dennis Pal

In Issue 623, we learn how village folks are keeping Bayfield looking spiffy with the recent refurbishment of the Community Bulletin Board and the upcoming Repair the Stairs Campaign for Pioneer Park and in our photo story, we enjoyed our visit to Clinton for the Back Alley Art Extravaganza so much last week we decided to head back and check out the art in the East alley...

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Jun808/06/2021 10:38:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 622, the countdown is on to the reopening of some shops and restaurant patios this Friday, please remember to be patient and extra kind if you choose to patronize these places of business. In our photo story, we head to Clinton and take a stroll down one of the back alleys where many county residents have shared their artistic talents to brighten and inspire all who walk by...

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Jun202/06/2021 12:22:00 AM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 621, we recognize today, June 2, as the day the provincial stay-at-home order expires. But what is there to celebrate when not much will change until the first phase of the reopening plan comes into effect on June 16? Despite adversity, our resilient community continues to plan, hope and progress as evidenced by several articles published this week. And in our photo story, we take a look back at a decade of the Bayfield Lions’ Clubs Walk for Dog Guides as a socially distanced version of the event is planned for this coming Sunday.

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May2525/05/2021 11:39:00 PM by Dennis Pal

In Issue 620, lockdown continues and we all forge on making the best out of a wearisome situation. Several of this week’s articles demonstrate that community organizations aren’t taking a break from their need to contribute, some are coming up with different ways to fundraise while others are asking for fresh volunteers to help. In our photo story, we share another pandemic opportunity with the chance for book-lovers from far and wide to take part in the virtual Alice Munro Festival of the Short Story...

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