Ontario Tourism Culture and Sport Minister Eleanor McMahon has just announced that Bronte BIA is one of 367 organizations across the province to receive funding under the Ontario 150 Community Celebration Program. She notes that “2017 marks a once-in-a-generation chance to celebrate who we are and share our dreams for the next 150 years. This celebratory year will be a time of excitement and inspiration and it will be a chance for the province, as a founding member and leader in Confederation, to engage all Ontarians and play a leading role in commemorating and celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada”.
The Lake Walk
The Lake Walk sponsored by Catch Hospitality is a terrific event being brought to Bronte Village by a collection of the area’s local arts and culture focused businesses and the Oakville Arts Council. Inspired by Hamilton’s Art Crawl, the event will be a night of art, food, music, and culture as well as special promotions and activities from the participating Bronte area businesses.
BEAUTIFUL BRONTE……Simply spectacular for your special day!
A Wedding can be one of the most memorable and cherished milestones in your life. There is simply so much excitement and joy that is shared between you and your partner on this one special day. Whether you’re planning to have a small wedding or one on a bigger scale, a wedding day in gorgeous southwest Oakville is something to really consider.
The Bronte BIA would like to extend a huge thank you to Amica at Oakville who was our gracious host for our Annual General Meeting (AGM) that was held on Tuesday, March 22.
We were greeted by friendly, courteous staff that spoiled us tremendously with freshly prepared breakfast goods and beverages.
Local community leaders, residents and members of the Bronte Horticultural Society (est. 1925) gathered on the lush lawns of Sovereign House Museum July 8 to unveil a bronze plaque, sponsored by the Bronte BIA to commemorate the 20th year anniversary of the Bronte Horticultural Society’s association with the Bronte Village lakeside park museum, and its 90th year anniversary as a horticultural society.
April 14th 2015
TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin spoke about the incredible impact that Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) have on their communities in a recent episode of the program.
Click here to watch the episode – Small Business, Big Impact