September 1, 2014
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This Day in History

1786 - Last day for early settlers to receive their entitled free issue of supplies (limited quantity) from the Fort Erie Commissary's storehouse (E.A. Cruikshank, Memorials of Fort Erie and Early Navigation on Lake Erie, p. 70.; Cruikshank papers, FEHM Files)

1857 - Fort Erie Council passes a by-law to adopt and provide a corporate or common seal. (Ernest Cruikshank, Municipal History Part II (1841–1893), Welland, Ont.: By the County Council, 1893, p. 69)

1930 - Erie Beach Park closes for the final time. (Times-Review, Sept. 1930)

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A Collective History of Greater Fort Erie

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  • Fort Erie Historical Museum
    402 Ridge Rd. P.O. Box 339
    Ridgeway, Ont. L0S 1N0
    (905) 894-5322
    f: (905)894-6851

    Admission by donation

    June to August: 7 days a week, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    September to May: Sunday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

  • Fort Erie Railroad Museum
    400 Central Ave. (N. of Gilmore)
    Fort Erie, Ont.
    (905) 871-1412 or 894-5322 off-season

    Admission by donation

    June to August: 7 days a week, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Sept. to May: closed

  • Ridgeway Battlefield Site
    Hwy 3 (Garrison Rd.) east of Ridge Rd.
    Ridgeway, Ont.

    Outdoor site that can be viewed anytime. Free admission.
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