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Erin part of tri-village treasure hunt

ERIN - Looking for a fun late-summer fling? Why not take a casual road trip in the heart of Headwaters and the Greenbelt.

The Villages of Alton, Belfountain and Erin offer Tri-Village treasures to appeal to every eye and palate. Less than an hour from Toronto, these hidden gems will soon become your favourite small town stops. 

New this year, these three villages will be offering treasure maps to visitors. Not only will this help you find your way along some scenic rural routes, but you’ll also get the chance to win gift certificates for your return visit. 

Just pick up a passport at any participating location, get three signatures – one in each village, and enter to win one of three $100 gift certificates to a participating Tri-Village shopping destination. 

The promotion runs from Aug. 16 to Sept. 4. 

Considered to be some of Southern Ontario’s best-kept villages, each stop offers a unique experience, officials say, 

For more information visit villageoferin.com/events/tri-village-treasure-hunt.

August 11, 2017

 
 

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