The early prosperous years of the 1900′s were shattered with the out break of World War I on August 4th, 1914, the day the Old Mill Tea Garden opened. The Tea Garden acted as the community centre for the residents, a place where news and events of the day were exchanged. Home Smith’s motto “A Little Bit of England Far From England” epitomized his objective to create a Toronto suburb of grace and tranquility through English Tudor Architecture.

 

 

Special Events

Halloween Photo Contest
The Best "Pet" Halloween Costume Wins a Family Sunday...

Friday October 31 - Sunday November 2

Babies At Lunch

It's BYOB - bring your own bib!  Bring your...

Thursday November 6th

Girls Great Escape    Join us for The Girls Great Escape, A perfect weekend...

Saturday November 8, 2014 - Sunday November 9, 2014
Entertainment

Bob de Angelis Trio

October 31 2014

Amy McConnell Trio

November 01 2014

Gap Mangione Quintet Sound of Jazz

November 03 2014
Old Mill Blog

To Be or Not To Be Organic More and more Consumers want certified organic foods because they...

October 28 2014

Planning A Festive Office Party The most effective way to plan a successful festive party...

October 14 2014

Centennial Event By the early 1900′s one man’s vision began the transformation...

September 23 2014
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