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

Groove Nights Experience the Groove Night Dance Party Celebration, the only Dance...

Saturday June 24, 2017

Teachers Appreciation To show our gratitude for teachers, during the Month of...

June 1- June 30, 2017 - June 30, 2017

Canada 150 BBQ Buffet As Canadians we know how to throw a party, and...

Saturday July 1, 2017
Entertainment

Heather Bambrick & Friends Featuring June Garber

June 23 2017

Groove Nights

June 24 2017

Heather Bambrick & Friends Guest Shakura S\'aida

June 24 2017

Heather Bambrick & Friends Guest Amanda Martinez

June 30 2017
Old Mill Blog

Wedding Dress Code Terms One of the tricky things about planning a wedding, involves...

June 19 2017

Banana Bread   One of our all time favourite recipes - Banana Bread...

June 05 2017

The Tradition of Afternoon Tea Sometimes all it takes is one contrarian action to change...

May 23 2017
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