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The first settlers to Fergus were freed slaves who formed the Pierpoint Settlement, named after their leader, Richard Pierpoint. In 1833 Little Falls was established by Adam Fergusson and James Webster, who would supervise the town's development. The first house of this predominantly Scottish community was erected in 1833. A hotel was built in 1834 and a sawmill, grist mill, church and school followed in 1835.

From the Fountain Pen - Access To Natural Gas Energy To Be Expanded
- Motherisk Program Review Expanded
- Excellent Drinking Water Report
- Go Train Service Expanding Along All Corridors
- Ontario Expanding Beer Sales to Grocery Stores
- Recall - Heinz brand Chicken With Broth Infant Food
- Ontario to Proceed With Sale of LCBO Property
- A Question Box?
- Bicycle Safety Reminder
- Results From The ALPR Cruiser
- Project Lifesaver Reminder

Featured Events
April 30, 2015 - Workshop: Advance Your Creativity
will take place on Thursday 30, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. at the The Victoria Centre, Fergus. Marilyn Kleiber is the instructor. Registration is required for this four week workshop in advancing your creativity. $85. Register at 519-787-1814.

May 01, 2015 - Elora Community Theatre Presents
Spring Planting at the Fergus Grand Theatre from May 1 to 10th, 2015, Fri. Sat. 8pm, and Sun. 2pm. A Canadian Play by Kit Brennan and Directed by Bronwyn Allen Hill.Tickets: fergusgrandtheatre.ca or 519 787 1981. Reduced admission for seniors, groups and students.

May 02, 2015 - Return To Sender - Elvis Concert
with Steve Michaels as Elvis will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at the Melville United Church, 300 St Andrew Street W, Fergus. Starting at 8pm. Presented by Ralph Basset Associates. For more info and tickets call 519-843-4852


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