The Flamborough Heritage Society will feature a presentation on the Renovation of the former East Flamborough Township Hall by Nate Brown.
Built in 1857, the Flamborough Township Hall was at the centre of community administration. It has gone through numerous municipal uses including most recently as the Waterdown public library (1979-2015). In late 2016 the City of Hamilton sold the property to three local business owners (and brothers) Nicholas, Nathan and Andrew Brown. They renovated the heritage-designated building with a focus on the building’s history in the community and with a desire to restore its position as a centre of administration and knowledge. The project has earned city-wide recognition.
Nathan Brown, partner at Brown Financial Security Inc. will present photos and stories about the renovation project.
At each of our meetings there is a brief period allotted to the business of the Society, followed by a speaker, or presentation on some aspect of local history or heritage. Afterward there are refreshments and conversation which play an important part in keeping alive the Community spirit. We hope to see you there!