Real Life at the Mews
Adult Retirement/Community Living — Is it for me?
Issue 75 May 2017
Spring in Bayfield
We are very excited to tell you that the Bayfield Mews has our own Facebook Page and we are also on Instagram. These two popular social media sites offer all kinds of opportunities to keep everyone up–to–date with all the current activities at the Mews and in the Bayfield Community. We also have our own web–site which will also give you another opportunity to keep up with all of the Bayfield Mews News. We encourage you to visit all sites.
There are still openings in our Final Phase and construction on these homes is scheduled for later this year. We also have one resale home. It is a Columbine and is 1,355 square feet in size. This unit can be viewed every weekend during our open houses or by appointment during off-hours at (519) 565–4542.
Our Sales Office will be open every weekend from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday as well as holidays. A group of our home owners have graciously offered their homes for viewing during the weekend which offers the visitor a unique opportunity to see a home fully decorated. If you are unable to visit during these hours, our after-hours contact number is (519) 565-4542 or owners in units 15, 17, 18, or 37 will be happy to answer any questions you might have.
The following are examples of a few of the many events that will be taking place during the month of May in Bayfield.
- “From Baroque to Folk” will be the musical focus of the May instalment of “Saturdays at the Library” as members of “And Then There were Three” play an assortment of tunes by Handel followed by a collection of folk songs. This event will take place at the Bayfield Library on Saturday, May 20, 2017, from 10:30 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.
- “150 Years of Huron County – The Play”. Judith Keightley, local author and playwright, is celebrating 150 years of Huron County. The production will be performed at the Bayfield Town Hall from May 25 to 27, and will feature a grand cast of many historical figures from Huron’s past plus a very special appearance by Sir John A. MacDonald! Tickets are available now from Sandy, 519-565-2830 or Sue, 519-565-2551 or from ticketscene.ca.
Community living at its best!