This deals with hockey more than money. In Renfrew, Ontario in Ma-Te-Way Park on the east side of Ma-Te-Way Park Drive the Renfrew Millionaires plaque occupies the front wall of the Ma-Tw-Way Activity Center to the left of the main door.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Of the two time capsules in Renfrew, Ontario, the Renfrew Millennium Committee Time Capsule occupies a place in the gazebo on the grounds of the Renfrew Town Hall on the northeast corner of Raglan Street South and Railway Avenue.
|Town of Renfrew|
to be opened
Monday, October 17, 2016
The Renfrew First Council Meeting plaque stands on the north side of Railway Avenue in front of and to the right of the Renfrew Town Hall on Raglan Street South in Renfrew, Ontario.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
In Carleton Place, Ontario, in the memorial park south of Franklin Street between Beckwith Street and Judson Lane to the west of the Carleton Place Cenotaph stands a plaque commemorating Captain A. Roy Brown, D.S.C.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
On the lawn in front of the Renfrew Town Hall on the northeast corner of Raglan Street South and Railway Avenue, in Renfrew, Ontario, a boulder with an inscription surrounded with evergreen bushes commemorates World War II for the Dutch Canadian Community.
|WORLD WAR II 1939 — 1945|
THE DUTCH CANADIAN
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
In Renfrew, in Ma-Te-Way park, a plaque commemorating Renfrew, the O'Briens, and the Founding of the Montreal Canadiens occupies the wall of the Ma-Te-Way Activity Center to the right of the main entrance.
Sunday, October 9, 2016
RCAF Memorial Park in Renfrew, Ontario, occupies a place on the east coast of the Bonnechère River between Elgin Avenue West and Ready Avenue. The Airmen Cenotaph stands near the coast of the river in line with Hincks Avenue West.