I’m ready to retire! Gino Buffone has owned Glitters Fun Eatery in downtown Chatham for over 30 years. He has established a thriving restaurant popular with young and old. The time has come for Gino to turn over the reins and begin to enjoy his five grandchildren and favourite hobbies.
When late May arrives in Chatham-Kent, Ontario so do the classic cars. Citizens young and old have waited months for the return of Retrofest! This annual event is the start of several festivals and events that take place throughout the municipality. A wonderful time to get out and see old neighbours and friends.
Chatham-Kent offers some of the most affordable housing in Ontario! If you are considering relocating or retiring why not save on housing? Those dollars you save today by spending less on a home, can be used in so many other ways. Perhaps more travel is on your bucket list? You might have children heading to university in the future, or you just may want to invest those extra dollars. Plus Chatham-Kent has so much to offer!
One of the wonderful things I love about my hometown are the various arts and cultural activities available for young and old. We don’t have to plan a trip out of town to enjoy quality theatre performances and great entertainment. We have several options to choose from.
Ridgetown, with a population of approximately 3,200, is a small community located in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. This quaint farming centre is rich in culture and community spirit. Residents of this community pride themselves in the town motto “The Friendliest Town in Ontario”.
Tilbury is a community with a population of approximately 4500 and is in the municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario. It is located 26.5 kilometres southwest of Chatham, Ontario and is situated on Highway 401.
Wallaceburg is located in the municipality of Chatham-Kent. This small community is situated on the picturesque Sydenham River in Southern, Ontario and has a population of approximately 11,000. Rich in history with early settlers arriving in 1804.
Blenheim is a small town located in south-central Chatham-Kent with a population of approximately 4,900. It is a quaint community located just kilometres from the Lake Erie shores. Several villages surround Blenheim including Cedar Springs, Charing Cross, Pardoville, North and South Buxton and Shrewsbury.
Chatham-Kent is located in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. The largest population centre is the city known as Chatham, ON. The municipality has a population over 110,000. In 1998 the city of Chatham and the County of Kent amalgamated to form the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. This single-tier municipality is mostly rural and at 2,458 square kilometres is the largest in southwestern Ontario.