The Village of Inglewood, Ontario is one of Caledon's most dynamic villages, which draws people from around the area. For a small community, Inglewood has many amenities including an indoor arena and The Riverdale Fitness Mill. It also has a very active community group (Village of Inglewood Association - VIA) that organized Inglewood-Stock in 2008, to raise money for Bethell House, a hospice that calls Inglewood home.
Living in Inglewood is very convenient for commuters as it is one line west of Hwy 10 (Hurontario), and just north of Olde Baseline Road. Inglewood is about 10 minutes from Brampton and 35 minutes to Pearson International Airport.
Real estate in Inglewood sold between $400,000 and just shy of $2,000,000 during the past year. In the village core, you will find quaint century homes, continue....
The Village of Cheltenhamis in the southwest corner of Caledon, Ontario, only 5 minutes to Brampton and 15 minutes to Mississauga and Georgetown.
Cheltenham was founded by Charles Haines in the early 1820's; he named the quaint hamlet after his home in England. Some of the Haines family descendents still live in Cheltenham, such as Shelley Craig, who, with her husband, Steve, own The Top of the Hill Bed & Breakfast.
Cheltenham is a quiet village with an all purpose general store and a spa.
It is best known, however, for the Cheltenham Day Soap Box Races where older children and young teens get to pit their home-made soap boxes against their friends to see who can tear down the "Cheltenham Hill" the fastest.....more
Cool Things to do This October in Caledon
October 5: Closing Day of the Inglewood Farmers’ Market3-7pm. Located at the Inglewood Park, come join all the vendors for their last day of the season!
October 1, 8, 15, 22: Fall Festival at Terra Cotta Conservation Area.Join Terra Cotta Conservation Area for a celebration of harvest and fall colours this October at Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Enjoy a variety of local foods and a marketplace in the park with local vendors. Take in live music and family entertainment in a beautiful fall setting. Explore the trail by foot or take a wagon ride around the park. Children’s activities include facepainting and games. Visit the ‘pumpkin patch’ to purchase your Halloween pumpkin. This festival has something fun for everyone! Enjoy food and drink, courtesy of local food trucks and the Caledon Hills brewery. Tickets available online or at the door. Purchase online and received unlimited entry with your ticket stub for the duration of the festival. Kids five and under are free. This is a rain or shine event.
October 8: Art in the Park at Terra Cotta Conservation Area.Enjoy an afternoon of painting in the park! Includes free admission to the Terra Cotta Fall Festival! No Experience Required! True Story! A two-hour fun afternoon with our artist who will guide you through step by step, from start to finished painting that you get to take home.
Until Oct 10: The Headwaters Arts Festival continues with a juried art show and sale, studio tours, literature readings, concerts, a talent contest and workshops. All these activities are headwaters located throughout the hills of Headwaters region. http://headwatersarts.com/
October 7-November 6: Taste of the Harvest.Join the celebration of Headwaters flavour. A Taste of the Harvest runs at locations across the Headwaters region providing unique opportunities to experience the bounty of the harvest in Ontario’s authentic countryside.
October 16: The Annual Empty Bowls at the Alton Mill.Pick your one-of-a-kind bowl made for the event by local potters and fill it with one of many soups donated by local restaurants and eateries along with some fresh baked bread. Take your bowl home as a reminder that not everyone has a full bowl every day. Tickets are $35 for this incredible event and are available by contacting Ann Randeraad at 519-938-2092.