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A Chair is More than a Chair

Public spaces which people feel connected to, actively participate in and are proud of have never been more important to people’s wellbeing. And simple gestures like seating are key to transforming a place where everyone feels welcome. Since its inception in 2017, the At Home in Bronte Muskoka chair project has given Bronte a distinct […]

Partnership with Sheridan College Makes Visitors At Home in Bronte

Lounging lakeside to take in the sunset shouldn’t be an activity reserved for Summer. In fact, in Bronte, it can be enjoyed all Winter long thanks to a partnership between the Bronte BIA and Sheridan College students. Scattered throughout Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park and sidewalks of Bronte’s shopping district you’ll find 100+ Muskoka chairs colourfully […]

Return on Community Investment in Bronte

In 2022, the Bronte BIA launched its Community Investment Program to bring residents, workers and visitors together to participate in unique experiences and activations led by non-profit groups that deliver big impacts and positive impressions. The goal of the program was to create and market a vibrant, unique, active and welcoming Bronte with smaller, year-round […]

New BIA Board to be Approved by Council

The current Bronte BIA Board of Directors accepted the following nominations from members to join the board for the 2023-2026 term at its October meeting. This followed an open Board of Directors nomination process that ran from September 5 – October 5, 2022. As a local board of the Town, the BIA Board slate will […]

A One-of-a-kind Halloween in Bronte

The season of ghosts and goblins is here! Carve out time to visit Bronte and trick or treat yourself to some unique Halloween products and experiences. Farm Boy has frighteningly good snack ideas that are simple to make and fun to eat. It will be love at first bite as you create cheesy witches’ brooms, […]

Slow Your Roll, Bronte

Slower is safer if you’re a walker. The community told us during the BIA’s 2021 Bronte Forward! community engagement process that it wants a safer district with walkable streets that connect the community to the business district and the water. These are priorities in our Strategic Plan (2022-2024). Recently, the 40 km/h speed limit on […]