Drop by for a tour this Sunday between 2 and 4 p.m. at the following locations:

3309 Parker Ave. Ridgeway, Ontario $319,900 Spacious bi-level in great location.

2518 Stevensville Road Stevensville, Ontario $199,900 Beautifully renovated 2-storey.

761 Point Abino Road Ridgeway, Ontario $739,000 Incredible Lakefront in prestigious area.

Come out and tour these fabulous homes this Sunday from 2-4 p.m.

893 Edgemere lakefront $549,500

761 Point Abino lakefront $739,000

207 Burleigh $199,900

Looking for local (Ridgeway, Ontario) news?  The Ridgeway Herald, an independent local newspaper of Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada, is a great resource for what’s happening here, now. Find a printed version in downtown Ridgeway businesses, and also visit their website to stay current, subscribe, place an ad or leave a comment.


“Who Won the War of 1812” Gala Dinner & Great Debate in Fort Erie

Date: September 15, 2012
Time: 6:00 PM
At the Fort Erie Leisureplex Banquet Hall
1 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort ErieVIEW MAP CONTACT VISIT WEBSITE

The Fort Erie War of 1812 Bicentennial Committee is excited to present:

“Who Won the War of 1812” Gala Dinner & Great Debate.

This evening of fine dining (full course plated prime rib dinner) and top-notch entertainment— including the music of Joe Medeiros, renaissance comedy of Tony Quinn, and spirited debate featuring political commentator, journalist, and author David Frum versus award-winning political journalist, author, and Globe & Mail columnist Roy MacGregor — will be moderated by former Consul General of Buffalo Mark Romoff.

We are expecting a crowd of more than 300 people from both sides of the border and from across the Region to attend this historic event, and we hope that you will show your support with co-workers, associates, and friends, to come out and enjoy a terrific evening “celebrating 200 years of peace”!

Limited tickets are available and are by reserved seating only, so call the Fort Erie Chamber today 905-871-3803!

Drop by these two fabulous lakefronts in Ridgeway and Fort Erie this Sunday September 9th from 2-4:

761 Point Abino Road $739,000

2071 MacDonald Drive $479,000

Green energy, you’re all for that.  But what would you do if a wind farm was planning to install power lines near your property?

Check out Trailside Bar & Grill here in downtown Ridgeway Ontario. Recently opened in April 2012, Trailside restaurant is a great place to eat, play, and hang out.


Sunday August 26th, 2012
2-4 p.m.
209 Maple Leaf  $224,900

2452 Coral $239,900

1 & 3 Promenade Way $849,900

2109 MacDonald Drive $799,000

2153 Firelane 2  $ 799,000

This Saturday August 25 from 1pm-1am join us on the streets of downtown Ridgeway for live music and art all day!

Grab a Timmy’s and park along the boat launching site at Crystal Beach’s Waterfront Park, and you’re sure to see Ring-bill gulls in all their glory. Not only are they the inspiration for our D. W. Howard Realty logo, gulls are amazingly adaptable creatures to be admired.

Most of the gulls we see in Ridgeway/Crystal Beach lately are Ring billed gulls, which have taken over territory from our larger Herring Gull. Although they are migratory birds, many stay in the area, since the Niagara River never fully freezes up.

Omniverous scavengers, found everywhere from the margins of Antarctica to further north than you’d ever want to go, we imagine gulls will be hanging around long after we humans have destroyed ourselves.

Gulls can get awfully:

OLD –  The oldest (recorded) gull was a Herring Gull which lived to be 49.

INTELLIGENT – The Herring Gull has been seen using tools, such as using bread to bait fish.

VICIOUS – A colony will group together in a mob to attack predators or intruders.

HUMAN – Opening a bag of Doritos to snack on with friends at the beach before going for a dip in the lake.

Please contact D. W. Howard Realty to search for Crystal Beach ON real estate now.

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