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Giving Back

Brick by Brick:

Commemorative Heritage Walk

Heritage Hall, located at Purple Woods Conservation Area, is a meeting place and education centre built from recycled wood in the spirit of a rural Ontario barn. 


Outside Heritage Hall we have created a “Heritage Walk” with bricks inscribed with the names of people we want to remember or our community wants to remember.  The minimum contribution for each brick is $100 which includes four lines with a maximum of 10 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation). Heritage bricks measure 9 square inches (22.5cm) and are engraved using a technology that will not fade, chip, oxidize or peel. 


Brick orders are accepted on a continuous basis and will be placed in the Heritage Walk once the minimum order quantity has been filled.  You will be notified when your brick has been placed.

All proceeds from the Heritage Walk program will benefit the education and outreach programs provided by Central Lake Ontario Conservation at Purple Woods Conservation Area, including support for our annual Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival.

For more information please contact:

Brandi Boardman, Executive / Accounting Administrator

(905) 579 0411 ext. 117

Fax: (905) 579 0994


Northwest view of Heritage Hall

A Section of the Heritage Walk

Close up of square bricks with names of people and companies engraged in them
Outside side view of Heritage Hall with people milling about in front and a brick patio
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