There are all kinds of fun ways to celebrate Easter Weekend in Markham and Unionville...Egg Hunts, Easter Parade, Festival, and arts and crafts galore! Check it out!
Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22nd, and what better way to spend it than to plant 10,000 trees! Come out and help plant native trees and shrubs along the Rouge Valley to help support wildlife habitat restoration.
North of Unionville's Main Street is a favourite spot of many nearby residents - Toogood Pond Park. It's right behind Unionville Public School between Carlton & Kennedy, this park spans more than 82 acres & is the perfect place for a walk or a picnic.
I have a "never-fail" formula I apply to almost all outings & events I attend. Buy all tickets in advance & arrive early to avoid the masses. For decades my time spent at the Markham Fair has been truly terrific & I think it's in part due to my formula!
Sandwiched between the communities of Angus Glen to the west and Wismer Commons to the east, Berczy Village is a mix of all of my favourite things: a beautiful variety of homes, plenty of green space, and convenient access to amenities.
If you like "new" as in new schools, new playgrounds, new Places of Worship, then you'll really like Wismer Commons. It is a newly developed residential area in Markham and is located just east of Berczy Village, north of 16th Ave and west of Highway 48.
A merge of Markham and Unionville, Markville literally has it all! With major shopping and mature neighbourhoods with well-established schools, Markville might just be the most convenient place to live in Markham.
Cedar Valley Park is a real gem right in the heart of Raymerville. It's a treat to walk through this meandering 19-acre park that hugs the north and south edges of the Raymerville Drive loop, offering a natural, organic feel to city living. When I take
Established as Markham Township in 1793, Old Markham Village was officially renamed in 1828. And in 2012, the Old Village is the perfect location for that savvy home-buyer in need of a stylish home with character.
This newly developed community was built in classical European style and was given the name Cathedraltown from the Cathedral of the Transfiguration, which sits at the centre of this beautiful old world neighbourhood.
Have you ever been in a neighbourhood that felt like a small town? You know, a place where people can live, work and play. If you have, then you must know Cornell - a neighbourhood in Markham that prides itself on being exact this type of place.
If you are heading northeast in Markham and spot a very attractive neighbourhood with a charming lake, parks, schools and even businesses, then chances are you found one of Markham’s newest communities called Greensborough.
Milliken Mills is one of Markham's oldest neighbourhoods. There's so much to see and do including Milliken's very popular Children's Festival held each year in early September.
A breath of country fresh air, anyone? How about local farms, country roads, woody areas…. and a GO Station to Toronto? If this strikes your fancy, then you should check out Stouffville!