Sandwich Towne Paint Out

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Monday June 30th 10:00 A.M. until ?

At Mill and Russell St. you will find the Duff Baby House, the old Mill, and Brock Park.

Street parking is available on Russell St.

Weather should be nice.

Map Link to Duff Baby House:

Historical significance:

Built between 1792 and 1798, the Duff Baby House is considered to be the oldest building in Windsor. The house was built by Alexander Duff as a fur trade post. In 1807 the building was bought by James Baby and was used as the headquarters of U.S. General Harrison until it was ravaged by the British during the War of 1812.

The two-and-a-half-story timber structure was refinished as Baby’s residence in 1816. It is located at 221 Mill Street in Old Sandwich Town, which is the oldest part of Windsor, Ontario, where settlements date back to the late 17th century. The Duff Baby House is also one of the best-preserved and oldest Georgian-style houses in Ontario. Today the building is owned by the Ontario Heritage Trust and houses government offices.

Emergency Contact information:
Emergency contact person day of event only, is Elizabeth Gaye MacDonald’s cell phone.  519-564-4361  This phone is only answered when I am out on location, it does not have call display or take messages.  If I don’t answer try again.  I may not have heard your call.

Other contact information:
Email for more information.
For all other phone inquiries please call Elizabeth Gaye MacDonald at home at 519-977-5687


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