What a spectacular setting for a wedding or that special event in your life! The setting is all-encompassing with: manicured lawns, well-kept flower beds, blossoming shrubs, a beautifully historic county home in the background, all on the edge of the Raisin River.
What could be more ideal!
May 23, 2014
|Life during the Pioneer Days! The kids enjoy hands on learning. Geared to grades 7-8 students. Huge volunteer effort by many including the Nor'Wester Museum.|
June 21 & 22, 2014
July 16, 2014
|Held at the Manor House on the lawn. Summer Social, local entertainment, everyone is welcome.|
|August 8 to 10, 2014||Committee display in the Sir John Johnson Building at the Williamstown Fair.|
|Join us for an evening's walk through beautiful, historic (and sometimes scary) Williamstown. Your guide will provide a commentary on historic facts as you walk through the village, and will try not to scare you too much with local tales and legends of the supernatural. Cost is $10.00 per person. As the summer progresses and dark comes earlier the walk will start sooner. The walk begins and ends at the Sir John Johnson Manor House, 19692 William Street, also the site of the Williamstown branch of the SD&G Library (it is secluded at the very east end of the street). Reserve your place on the walk by contacting us at 613-347-2356 (be prepared to leave a message) or by email. The walk is hosted by the Sir John Johnson Manor House Committee a not for profit organization.|