Bookmark and Share   Nov. 9, 2011   Vol. 3 Week 46 Issue 123

Forty-two trees planted along bayfield terrace

Nov. 1 dawned a perfect day for tree planting as the autumn phase of the Bayfield Tree Project took root on Bayfield Terrace with 42 new trees being planted. Left to right: Ainslie Willock, Sondra Buchner and Bill Aberhart of the Bayfield Tree Project were on hand to see the first trees planted by Ryan Watterworth, Nikki Wynja and Mark Falconer of Verbeek's Farm and Garden Centre of Clinton. (Photo by Melody Falconer-Pounder)


On Nov. 1, the Bayfield Tree Project realized the planting of 42 trees along Bayfield Terrace. This was in keeping with their plans to plant along the Heritage Trail that falls within the village limits.

The plantings selected for Bayfield Terrace were comprised of Lindens and Green Mountain Sugar Maples with Sugar Tyme Crab Apples on the street side where there are wires.

In addition to the plantings, the Bayfield Tree Project has established the “Acknowledgement Board” which appears in the window of the Bayfield Archives on Main Street. Different colored leaves reflect the donation level and are as follows: green, $150 (the cost to plant one tree); red, $500; orange, $1,000; and yellow, $1,500 plus. Blue denotes a memorial donation and there is a minimum donor amount of $150 required. Memorial donors can visit the Bayfield Tree Project’s web page for tree locations.

Anyone who would like to make a contribution to the project will receive a tax receipt for donations of $20 or more. Cheques should be made payable to the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority Foundation with Bayfield Tree Project written on the memo line. Cheques can be mailed to PO Box 164, Bayfield, ON, N0M 1G0.

The Bayfield Tree Project is under the umbrella of the BRVTA and they are under the umbrella of the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority (ABCA).

All donors are “Friends of the Bayfield Tree Project” and will be recognized with thanks on our web page. For more information on the Bayfield Tree Project

Quilt  featured at St. Andrew's UCW Christmas Holly Bazaar

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The Sunshine Coast Quilters Guild, in conjunction with the Goderich Quilting Guild, will be displaying this gorgeous quilt and matching wall hanging at the St. Andrew’s United Church Women’s Christmas Holly Bazaar, Nov. 11-12, in the hope that someone would like to purchase this set for the bargain price of $1,000. The money raised will go to Goderich Tornado Relief. (Submitted photo)

Looking for a most unique Christmas gift idea or perhaps someone you know is getting married in 2012 and is deserved of an extra special wedding present?

The Sunshine Coast Quilters Guild, in conjunction with the Goderich Quilting Guild, will be displaying a gorgeous quilt and matching wall hanging at the St. Andrew’s United Church Women’s Christmas Holly Bazaar, Nov. 11-12, in the hope that someone would like to purchase this set for the bargain price of $1,000.

The queen size quilt and matching wall hanger/table topper was donated to the guild to help raise funds for Goderich Tornado Relief. It has been appraised for $2,800, is a one of a kind collector's creation and originated in the Ottawa area.

A minimum donation of a $1,000 would be greatly appreciated. It is hoped this quilt will be sold prior to Dec. 1 to take advantage of the 2:1 match being offered by the province.

The quilt set can be viewed at the bazaar to be held Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church.

In addition to the quilt set there will be a number of quilted items for sale created by the Sunshine Coast Quilter’s Guild as well as a bake table and a variety of crafts. Lunch will also be served featuring warm chili. The money raised from these items will benefit St. Andrew’s UCW.

Wreath fundraiser underway 

Members of the Bayfield Agricultural Society have made over 200 wreaths in anticipation of sales during Christmas in Bayfield. The wreaths will be selling for $25 and $35 depending on size, there will be some swags (tails) for $25 with bows. Society member, Afra Van Wonderen was one of the volunteers out on Main Street on Nov. 5 delivering pre-ordered wreaths to Main Street businesses. (Submitted photo)

The annual wreath fundraiser for the Bayfield Agricultural Society (BAS) is now underway. To have a look at these gorgeous wreaths and tails (swags) hand made from donated greens from the area just take a stroll down the village’s Main Street. Many businesses pre-ordered their wreaths and society members delivered them last weekend just in time for Christmas in Bayfield.

These wreaths are perfect for Christmas decorating and will brighten a door all winter long. An opportunity to purchase wreaths will be available on Nov. 11 and 12 in front of St. Andrew’s United Church during the UCW’s annual Christmas Holly Bazaar or contact Don Brodie 519 263-2404 to order one.

According to Doug Yeo, BAS president, “Our Society has been saddened by the loss of its Secretary, Emma VanderWouden, in September and most recently John Fisher, who was a former president of the society. Our thoughts and support are with their families. They both contributed greatly to the success and stability of the organization.”

While VanderWouden’s contribution to the society was irreplaceable the BAS is now searching for someone interested in continuing her legacy as secretary.

This individual should have excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills and will receive an honorarium reimbursement. Responsibilities would include: taking minutes, record keeping, dealing with correspondence, handling fair books, compiling all fair entry data, problem solving issues concerning the fair, and working closely with the Board of the BAS. Office and computer skills are also necessary for this position.

A full job description is available by emailing Interested people are asked to apply by emailing a resume to the above address by Nov. 30.

Membership breaks more trail 

The Municipality of Bluewater was recently awarded with Four Blooms as part of the Community in Blooms provincial competition. A Special Mention Award was also bestowed on the Bayfield River Valley Trail Association (BRVTA) for building 14 KMs of trails in four years. On Monday evening, Roz Westwood, BRVTA treasurer and Dave Gillians. BRVTA past-president, accepted this award from Jim Fergusson (left) on behalf of the Bluewater Communities in Bloom Committee.

The Bayfield River Valley Trail Association (BRVTA) would like to thank everyone who has supported this project, either by membership or volunteer hours. If you are already a member, they encourage you to renew your membership for 2012.

“If you have not yet enjoyed the benefits of a membership, the BRVTA would like you to consider becoming a member and support this project, which has created walking trails for community health, enjoyment, environmental awareness and tourism,” said Helen Varekamp, membership coordinator.

The BRVTA has had another busy year and with the continued support of this community, this project will continue to grow. The Sawmill, Woodland and Heritage Trails, created an opportunity to hike a total of 10 KMS worth of trail and two new trails are under development near Varna, which will bring many new opportunities for the area.

“Your trail association has brought this community closer together; your support and the generosity of our landowner partners have enabled us to sponsor numerous fundraiser walks. We are also happy to share that this year’s Communities in Bloom bestowed a Special Mention Award on the BRVTA for building 14 KMs of trails in four years,” said Varekamp.

Yearly memberships are $20 per individual and $25 per family. Cheques may be made payable to the Bayfield River Valley Trail Association and mailed to P.O. Box 531, Bayfield N0M 1G0. Memberships can also be purchased at Outdoor Projects on Main Street in Bayfield.

If you have further questions regarding membership, please contact Varekamp, at 519 565-5442. If you are a member but are not receiving our newsletters by e-mail, please contact Varekamp at with your e-mail address, so that the BRVTA can inform you of new developments.

Band visit a holiday tradition  

On Nov. 25 the Bayfield Town Hall will welcome back the London Citadel Salvation Army Band for their sixteenth annual Christmas Concert. Their appearance on the town hall stage is a holiday tradition for many and should not be missed. In case of inclement weather the concert will be held on Dec. 2.

The London Citadel Band got its start in 1883. By the early 1900s the band was in demand and performed in such cities as Windsor and Detroit. In the last 128 years the groups’ horizons have broadened considerably and they have traveled to England twice as well as the west coast of Canada and parts of the USA.

Bandmaster John Lam, a native of Owen Sound, joined the band in 1985. Ten years later he became Bandmaster and that year he brought the band to the town hall. Since then they have returned annually except for one year when they were “snowed out”.

Show time is 8 p.m. and tickets are selling for $10 per person.

For tickets call Charles Kalbfleisch at 519 565-2244 or Pat Langley at 519 565-2894 or online at

Coincidentally, the Salvation Army began in Canada in 1882, the same year that the Bayfield Town Hall was built. All proceeds from the concert will go to The Bayfield Town Hall Heritage Society for the maintenance of the hall.


On Oct. 1, the Optimist Club of Bayfield held "Bids 4 Kids" Auction to raise funds for a trio of causes. The Goderich Tornado Relief effort was one of these causes. Mike Dixon, past-president of the Bayfield Club (right), was delighted to give a portion of the funds raised to Salvation Army Suncoast Citadel representative Captain Bram Pearce. The $1,500 donation will go toward helping people in the community effected by the tornado which struck Goderich on Aug. 21. (Photo by Melody Falconer-Pounder)


Christmas begins

Christmas celebrations commence in the heritage village on a great lake this weekend Nov. 11-13.

Bayfield will be decked out in holiday splendor for the tree lighting ceremony that will be held in Clan Gregor Square at 7 p.m. on Friday. The jolly old elf, himself will make his first appearance in the village for 2011. Members of the Bayfield Town Hall Heritage Society will be selling hot dogs and hot drinks in support of the town hall starting at 6:30 p.m.

The following morning at 11 a.m. the Santa Claus Parade will make its way along Main Street complete with pipe bands, floats, horses and the Shriner’s mini cars.

After the parade, free carriage rides will be offered to anyone wishing to take a little tour of town the old fashioned way. Rides will be offered on Sunday afternoon as well.

Also on Sunday, the Main Street shopping experience will be enhanced by some festive music.

Shoppers will also have an opportunity to win Bayfield coupons in the amounts of $500, $300 and $200. This contest runs from Nov. 11 to Dec. 23.

fire department

With the onset of the festive season, the members of the Bayfield and Area Volunteer Fire Department would like us to remember those in our community that may be doing without.

During the upcoming Bayfield Santa Claus parade to be held on Nov. 12 at 11 a.m., they will be collecting non-perishable food items from spectators along the parade route. Donations will also be accepted at Bayfield Foodland from noon to 2 p.m. that day.

optimist Club

The Bayfield Optimist Club will be holding a Holiday Raffle featuring special toys for a boy or a girl this festive season. The two prizes offered are sure to fill someone's wish list this year when the draw is made Dec. 11.

The club is holding a raffle on a hand painted wooden doll cradle that can also double as a child's stool. This will be the perfect bed for "Sandie" an 18" Our Generation Doll who is sure to be the best-dressed playmate a child could ever have. She comes with nine hand knit outfits (including a Santa's suit) and four beautifully sewn ensembles as well as a number of accessories - even clothes hangers! Her cradle will also be a cozy place to sleep with handmade bedding. The combined creative efforts of Jan Kuntz, Mike Dixon, Joan Schilbe and Reid Kinnear have made this prize possible.

An amazing remote controlled Chevy SSR will be raffled as second prize.

The raffle prizes will be unveiled at the Christmas in Bayfield Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 11. After that date tickets will be available from Optimist members and at the Bayfield Village Inn.

The Holiday Raffle tickets are $2 each or three for $5. The draw will be made at Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 11. This fun family event will be held at the Bayfield Village Inn from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is 12 years and up, $6; five to 11 years, $3; four and under free.

horticultural society 

Carol Steckle, of Huron Ridge Acres, will be the featured guest at the Annual General Meeting of the Bayfield Horticultural Society on Nov. 21.

She will share with those in attendance how to display and care for Poinsettias and other Christmas plants.

The meeting will be held at the Bayfield Lions’ Community Building starting at 7:30 p.m.

bayfield guiding

Got milk? Bayfield Guiding has the cookies to go with it.

The chocolatey mint Girl Guide Cookies are back for a limited time this autumn. They are selling now for $4 a box and are available from Bayfield Guiding members or at the Bayfield Village Inn.

Profits from the cookies are used to support the girls in their varied activities and to subsidize outings.

hearing clinic

Have you heard the news? A new monthly hearing clinic is being established in the village at Pharmasave Michael’s Pharmacy. The next date for the clinic is Nov. 22.

The Kincardine Hearing Clinic will be offering their services on the third Tuesday of every month from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The clinic will offer: hearing aid adjustments and repairs to all makes and models, no cost hearing tests, new prescription of hearing aids, wax removal, hearing aid battery sales as well as hard of hearing assistive devices.

To book an appointment please call The Kincardine Hearing Clinic at 1-855-396-6026.

fitness fun

The time has come to get back into the routines of autumn and fitness for both mind and body is once again a focus. One Care is sponsoring several programs for both men and women to stay fit over.

Dancefit and Toning classes are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. The cost is $40 for four months or $3 per class. The Sit and Get Fit classes are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:15 a.m. The cost is $1 per class. Both of these fitness opportunities are held at the Bayfield Community Centre.

For the more adventurous among us, there is Pole Walking. Walks for women are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays while walks for men are held on Monday and Friday mornings All walks begin from 6 Main Street and begin at 8:30 a.m. Poles are provided free for those who require them.

A Yoga Class will be held at the Bayfield Town Hall starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays. The cost for is $3 per class and participants are asked to bring a yoga mat. Starting on Nov. 1, a time of quiet reflection and meditation will follow the yoga class starting at 11:15 a.m. All in the community are invited to take part.

Indoor badminton is played on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at the Varna Complex The cost is $3 each and no experience or equipment is required to play.

Call 519 565-2202 for more information on the above exercise opportunities.

For those people looking to exercise their minds, Women’s Bridge is played every Wednesday at 1 p.m. No partner needed to play the cost is $1.50 per game. For more information call Brenda Blair 519 565-2881.

Mah Jongg games are also offered on the first and third Mondays of the month starting at 1 p.m. Call 519 565-2468 for more information.

Both Bridge and Mah Jongg are played at the Bayfield Lions’ Community Building.

Are you ready to dance yourself into SHAPE? ZUMBA is a Latin inspired, easy to follow, calorie burning dance fitness party and participants say it is so much fun. ZUMBA classes are held Wednesday evenings at the Bayfield Community Centre from 7-8 p.m. Drop-ins and beginners are welcome. Drop in rate is $11 or you can purchase a Ten Pass for $90. Please contact Alison de Groot at for more information.

Residents of Northwood Beach, just north of Bayfield on Hwy. 21, would like to invite adults with an interest in Line Dancing to join them at their club house on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. This opportunity for some fun exercise costs $5 per session. For information call Jan Leake at 519 482-1103.


Area students are being encouraged to pick up a pen and write creatively about their local watershed as part of the Watershed Tales writing contest.

In 2010, more than a dozen local students were recognized for their winning submissions in the first Watershed Tales writing contest. Following on that success, the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority (ABCA) has announced the student environmental writing competition is back for a second year.

Students from Ausable Bayfield watershed schools, with an interest in writing and an interest in their local environment, are invited to submit poems, short stories or essays for the competition until Nov. 30. All watershed schools are eligible.

For map of watershed boundaries, contest rules, submission form, and more information: Watershed Tales Submission Form

Last year’s winning entries were published on a website at:
ABCA presented the inaugural Watershed Tales student environmental writing awards at the Conservation Awards evening in March of this year.

Students can win prizes for short stories, essays or poems that have a positive environmental message about their local watershed environment. Prizes will be awarded for prose and poetry in different age groups. There are also short story, poem and essay categories for adults.

diners' club

Anyone who is 55+ years of age is invited to join the members of the Bayfield Diners’ Club for their weekly Thursday lunches. Newcomers and summer residents are most welcome to join in the meal.

The meals are served at noon at the Bayfield Community Centre. The cost for the lunch is $8 per person. Anyone who wishes to enjoy the meal but cannot make it to the community centre is invited to order a take-out lunch.

Participants should call Betty Brodhagan at 519 565-4123 on the Monday prior to the Thursday lunch to inform organizers of their intention to attend or not to attend the luncheon.

in memoriam

The sympathy of the entire community is sent to the Merner and Flowers families in the recent loss of Catherine “Jill” Merner (nee Flowers) of Bayfield. Jill died peacefully surrounded by her family on Nov. 3. She was 46.

A well-known resident of the village Jill touched many lives with her kind nature and generous spirit. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her and leaves an indelible mark on both her immediate and extended families including her husband, Jeffrey and her children Rebecca and Mitchell, as well as her parents, Jill and Russell Flowers and her in-laws, Jack and Joan Merner, all of Bayfield. She will also be missed by three siblings and six siblings-in-law and their spouses and 30 nieces and nephews.

A funeral service was held at St. Andrew’s United Church on Nov. 7. Interment Bayfield Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation or the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.







There are countless photographs of people in the Bayfield Historical Society’s Archives collection, but sadly their names were never recorded. In this section we will showcase an image with the hopes that one of our subscribers might be able to identify the individual(s) in the photo. Please email your information to the Editor’s attention at the address listed near the bottom of the page in “Submissions” or you can email the archivist directly at or click on the image and make a comment on Flickr. You can view the entire Collection of Remember Me Photos: Volume 2 on Flickr as well.

This week, in honor of Remembrance Day a photo from the village service of 1963. Does anyone recall the names of the two gentlemen seated on the park bench?

Remember 123

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Remember Me 121

In Issue 121, Bayfield Scout Steve Scotchmer speaks to the audience gathered for the dedication ceremony of Bayfield Public School held in the spring of 1956. Cal Scotchmer correctly identified him.


Remember 122

In Issue 122, a photo from the official ribbon cutting ceremony held at the school dedication. Records indicate that Tony Hutchings cut the ribbon. Does anyone recognize the other dignitaries involved?



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lest we forget

all ages pay homage at remembrance day services

Russ Berry, of The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #140, acted as parade marshall for the service. 

Dianne Alexander, Bayfield chairperson for The Royal Canadian Legion, Clinton Branch #140, assisted people who laid wreaths during the service.

Corporal Greg Henderson, who laid a wreath in honor of those who served in Afghanistan. 

Ed Kelly laid a wreath on behalf of Knox Presbyterian Church.

Sara Jantzi and Amber Law laid a wreath for the Maitland Air Cadet Squadron.

Geordie Palmer laid a wreath for the Gulf War.

Sheridyn Van Altena (left) and Audrey Kester represented Zurich Scouting at the wreath laying ceremony.

More than a dozen wreaths were laid during the service.


 Glorious autumn weather graced the Service of Remembrance held in Clan Gregor Square on the morning of Nov. 6. The sunshine and warm temperatures encouraged a large crowd to gather around the cenotaph to honor our casualties of war.

Bayfield’s services are held on the Sunday prior to Nov. 11, when musicians and clergy can avail themselves to the smaller centres.

Representatives from The Royal Canadian Legion, Clinton Branch #140 carried the Canadian flag; The Royal Union Flag, the provincial flag and the legion flag. Members of Bayfield Guiding represented their units by also carrying flags. They were: Alexis Harney, Bayfield Sparks; Morgan Kennedy, Bayfield Girl Guides; Ashley Whelan, Bayfield Brownies; and Raven Blyde, Bayfield Pathfinders and Rangers. Members of the Maitland Air Cadet Squadron formed an honor guard around the cenotaph during the service.

The following wreaths were laid by: Gary Brandon, Royal Canadian Legion; Major the Rev. Dwight Nelson, Bosnia; Corporal Greg Henderson, Afghanistan, Bosnia; Geordie Palmer, Gulf War; Ben Lobb, MP, Government of Canada; Steve Baker, Province of Ontario; Mayor Bill Dowson, Municipality of Bluewater; Janet Snider, Trinity Anglican Church; Elinore Coutts, St. Andrew’s United Church; Ed Kelly, Knox Presbyterian Church; Rev. Gabriel Schultz, The Church on the Way; Shirley Schilbe, Bayfield Optimists; Lloyd Huffman, Bayfield Lions; Sara Jantzi and Amber Law, Maitland Air Cadet Squadron; Sheridyn Van Altena and Audrey Kester, Zurich Scouting; Nicole Kelly and Jilaine Dunn, Bayfield Guiding.

The service was presided over by chaplains, Major The Rev. Dwight Nelson C.D. and Major the Rev. George Youmatoff C.D. Retired.

Paul Dearlove performed The Last Post and The Reveille on the trumpet. Dianne Alexander, Bayfield Chairperson for the Royal Canadian Legion, Clinton Branch #140 coordinated the event.

During the service, Bayfield Lion President Larry Simpson announced that three Service Memorial Trees for the different branches of the armed forces had been planted in the park and were denoted by yellow ribbons.

According to Simpson, the trees that were planted and dedicated to our fallen war heroes was the brainstorm of the coffee club members that gather at the Bayfield Lions’ Community Building.

“These gentlemen wanted to give back to the community and felt this was an excellent way. It also worked well for the Bayfield Lions’ Club as our International President wants Lions worldwide to collectively plant one million trees this year. This certainly gets us off and running towards that goal for our part,” he said.

Following the service at the cenotaph several parade participants attended an indoor service and luncheon at St. Andrew’s United Church.


Representatives from Royal Candian Legion, Clinton Branch #140, Maitland Air Cadet Squadron, Bayfield Guiding, Zurich Scouting and several dignitaries marched on parade to the cenotaph in Clan Gregor Square as part of the village's 2011 Remembrance Day Service.


Major the Rev. George Youmatoff C.D. retired (seated) shared champlain duties. In this photo his son-in-law Geordie Palmer stands next to him.


Paul Laverty, of The Royal Canadian Legion, Clinton Branch #140, carried a flag with a message that speaks volumes.


Members of the Maitland Air Cadet Squadron formed an honor guard around the cenotaph during the service.


A young cadet bows his head as part of the honor guard in front of the cenotaph. Over his shoulder the plaques for "The Roll of Honor" can be seen. They list those local men who lost their lives in the Great Wars.





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Fall in Bayfield - Fishing on the South Pier

Fall in Bayfield - Fishing on the South Pier By Gary Lloyd-Rees

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I am looking for the Bayfield that is a delight to the eye – please share photos with a touch of whimsy, beauty, humor or a sense of fun. If you are to include people in your photos be sure to have their permission to publish their picture on-line and also send in their names and where they are from. And don’t forget to tell me who took the photo for proper credit to be issued







Melody Falconer-Pounder


So what were you doing this past Sunday night? If chat on social networking is any indication you were probably watching the seventh installment of Battle of the Blades, CBC’s runaway hit that turns hockey players into figure skaters or more accurately in the case of Boyd Devereaux – ice dancers.

I gave up on hockey when I was about 13 when my rapt interest failed to capture the heart of a certain male classmate I had a crush on. Figure skating is my armchair sport of choice – so for the past three seasons I’ve watched this program and even voted the odd time.

But spurred on by the enthusiasm of Bayfield resident and friend of the Devereux family, Erin Roy, I voted online every minute for about three hours on Sunday night.

And I wasn’t just voting because Devereaux is a Seaforth native. I wasn’t just voting because he is skating to raise funds for Epilepsy Huron-Perth Bruce. I voted for he and his partner, Tanith Belbin, because their performance moved me to tears. Their interpretation of the song “Falling Slowly” was executed so well, I forgot I was watching a Stanley Cup Champion. I was watching an ice dancer.

And our local voting efforts put Tanith and Boyd on top of the leader board Monday night. Great work everyone but now is not the time to get complacent. The final three pairs will skate this Sunday, Nov. 13 and the judges will give commentary but no scores. The winner will be determined by Canada's vote alone.

Bayfield’s votes can and will make a difference so I encourage you to tune in and give your support to the “home” team. Vote! - Melody


Ideas and contributions to the Bayfield Breeze are always welcome.
Deadlines for submissions are Sundays at 4 p.m.

Please email me at or call 519-565-2443.
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