Caledon East is Caledon's largest centre outside of Bolton. It is also where you will find the Caledon Town Hall. Caledon East is about 10 minutes north of Brampton along Airport Road.
Caledon East is one of the three communities slated to get much of the growth in Caledon over the next 20 years. Consequently, you will find that it is a very well-serviced, vibrant centre. The main streets in Caledon East are lined with the expected variety of stores, including a grocery store, butcher, pharmacy, liquor store, hair & beauty salons etc. Caledon East is also home to many unexpected shops including: an automotive shop, an art gallery, a dog-grooming shop and many, many more. Eating in Caledon East almost seems to be an obsession when you look at the number of restaurants, specialty food stores and caterers who also offer take-home frozen gourmet dinners. It is the perfect area for the busy person who still enjoys good food or likes to entertain!
June 3 8:30 am to 1:30 pm- Hike for Headwaters. Take a beautiful hike along the Bruce Trail and portions of stunning private property to raise money to buy medical equipment for Headwaters Health Care Centre. Click here for more information.
June 4 – Style Disruption on the Credit. Come out for a fun day of Fashion. Make-up & Playing with your hair in support of Look Good, Feel Better, and organization that helps women with cancer feel better about the way they look. Click here for more information.
June 11 at 8:00am-4:00pm - Cycle for Bethell Hospice at the Healing Cycle Ride. Pull on your shorts and tackle the 10k, 25k, 60k or 100k cycling route. You may support the Cycle for Bethell Hospice team by riding or sponsoring a rider. Click here for more information.
June 16 6pm to 11 pm – Craft Beer & Cider Festivalat Caledon East Town Hall. First ever festival, featuring live performances, food demos, and a showcase of local talent. Tickets are $20. For tickets visit cheerscaledon.ca. or $25 at the door.
June 17 –Inglewood Community Day 10am to 4pm at Inglewood Park. Join Inglewood as we celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday. Fun for the whole family! Click here for more information.
June 17 at 2:00pm until 11:00pm –Celebrate Caledon Day. Caledon Day features activities for families and children. Join in on the fun at the Caledon Civic Campus, 6311 Old Church Road, Caledon East. Click here for more information.
June 22 at 7:00pm – Heritage Trivia Night with Ken Weber. In partnership with Heritage Caledon, Caledon Public Library will host a Heritage Trivia Night with master of ceremonies, best-selling author and longtime Caledon resident Ken Weber. Click here for more information.
June 24 at 6:00pm until 8:30pm – 2017 Wines of the World, Caledon Equestrian Park 25 wine stations, 50 different wines, ciders, beer, and a selection of food focused on the theme of Canada's 150th birthday. Click here for more information.
June 25, – Ride Don’t Hide. Ride along four beautiful and scenic routes through Caledon Hills. 100, 50, 25 km and a family ride on the trail. Plus a BBQ lunch and live entertainment after the ride. Click here for more information.
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.
Cheltenham is a quiet village with an all purpose general store and a hair stylist.
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
The Hamlet of Belfountain is nestled along one of Ontario's 50 most scenic drives - Forks of the Credit Road. It is an historic railroad village with a core of century homes & buildings that house both residents and small entrepreneurial businesses. It is a bustling tourist spot within a short distance to some of the most serene properties and spectacular views in Ontario!
Properties right in the Village of Belfountain each have their own unique character as many were built early in the 1900's.Because this was a railroad town, and also because of the steep hills and deep ravines, real estate was more carefully allocated than in the sprawling farming villages to the south ....more