Did you miss a week of the February scavenger hunt clues? No problem! There’s still time to send in your finished log sheet!
- Although they stayed closed this year, thousands have passed through these over the years on Thanksgiving!
- Every kid’s favourite store in town!
- A flashing green light means they’re on their way to this place in town!
- Get there early and you might be lucky to get an apple fritter that is still warm!
- Follow the trail up the hill that leads to a view over the town
- A seasonal spot for a delicious cold treat
- Tucked in the middle of town, is where this playground can be found and is named after a Queen
- This emblem can be found all around town
- Down the stairs, through the woods, an over a bridge. This trail connects from Main Street to Delarmbro Drive
- This store ensures you get the right parts – the first time. A huge supporter of the Demolition Derby at the Fall Fair
- Originally a rail line in 1879, this location has been widely used for pedestrians, bicyclists, and snowmobiles since 1988
- Built in 1886 – originally intended to be a hospital, this hotel nestled in the heart of Erin has become a popular spot for live music, great food and drinks
- Your one stop shop for you and your pets.
- This body of water flows through the Town of Erin
- A building where many resources are at your finger tips, this one has a view of the pond
- a monument in honour of a person or group whose remains are elsewhere. November is when they are remembered