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Canada Day Community Walk

The annual Canada Day July 1st event was well attended with an all-time record number of participants. Thanks to the organizers for making this event so much fun.  A special thanks to the Ipperwash Beach Club for donating ice cream for

Garage & Plant Sale now open

Perfect weather for garage and plant cell. Come on down and find your next treasure. Also the dumpster is available for members.

Trash 2 Treasure – Garage & Plant Sale

Our Annual Sale was once again a great success. Items destined for the landfill were diverted/repurposed and generated almost $1,000.00 to support social events in Ipperwash.Thank you to all our volunteers and all the people who donated items and plants

Grab and Gab walkers

The grab and Gab walkers are a group of people meeting every Thursday morning at 9:00 am, starting on May 28th, picking up garbage along the beach. There are two start/meeting locations. WEST – West Ipperwash Rd at the water’s

Did you know..? IPP Facts

Did you know that 21 volunteers spent over 134 hours removing invasive Phragmites, Sweet White Clover and Spotted Knapweed from Ipperwash Beach last year?  This does not include the hours spent picking up washed up Phragmites fragments, tagging Phragmites for


Leaf Pick Up Program

Lambton Shores operates a Leaf Pick Up Program in the spring and fall at no charge. We will pick up your bagged leaves at the curb during the allotted time frame stated above as time and quantity dictates.

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Canada’s Waterscapes Exhibit

Dive in and find out what it takes to understand and take care of Canada’s aquatic ecosystems. Visitors will get inspired to take action to protect our ecosystems. Join us to explore your aquatic side in this engaging, family-friendly, interactive exhibition.

First Nations police service taking over Stony Point

More than two decades after protester Dudley George was shot and killed by an OPP officer at the former Ipperwash Provincial Park, a First Nations police force has assumed responsibility for the Stony Point area and its 50-odd residents. On April 1,