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    Welcome to Ameliasburgh

    Thank you for visiting our website! Here you can learn all about our history and many local attractions, as well as about upcoming events in the community.

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History

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Our Village was named after Princess Amelia, the 15th child of King George III!

Attractions

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Learn about all the many things to do and see in Ameliasburgh!

News and Events

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Find out about upcoming events in the community!

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Stay for awhile, and have a look around. Below are some recent happenings in Ameliasburgh. Go to the News and Events page for more.

  • Ameliasburgh’s second Teddy Bear Picnic was held on Sat., Aug 6 in the Maple Grove across from the Town Hall. The Teddy Bear Hospital was a busy place, with minor First Aid and some major surgery being performed. Several bear-themed crafts and other crafts were enjoyed. The Prince Edward Public Library and Archives contributed storytime, […]

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  • Christmas in the Village was held Sunday, December 6th in Ameliasburgh Village. A steady stream of young and old alike enjoyed crafts and goodies at the Library, cider at the Heritage Village’s log cabin, and crafts at the Victoria Schoolhouse. At the Town Hall, activities included cookie decorating, decoration and swag making, displays from the […]

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  • Ameliasburgh was host to a whole host of Teddy Bears on Saturday, August 22nd, accompanied by their excited children. Between 40 and 50 youngsters enjoyed face-painting,a bear-themed craft, an interactive story, games, the Teddy Bear hospital (for minor repairs) and snacks.Children were invited to bring their stuffy and enjoy the activities, and organizer Nancy Wood […]

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  • Al Purdy once referred to the doorknob of his A-Frame cottage as “a handle I hold onto the sky with” and that spirit and sensibility again manifested itself at the third annual Al Purdy Picnic, held July 18, 2015. Several well’known Canadian poets, including Robert Priest, Carolyn Smart and Adam Sol, along with current writer-in-residence, […]

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