Kingsmount-Bell Park Heritage Walk

Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pmMeeting location: Bell Park, Elizabeth Street parking lotLength: 2-3 km Join us for a Kingsmount-Bell Park CAN Heritage Walk, Saturday, October 16 from 1:00 – 3:00. Local history explorer Paul Haynes will lead the walk through the McNaughton and Dubois surveys, two of Sudbury’s earliest subdivisions. TheContinue reading “Kingsmount-Bell Park Heritage Walk”

Bell Mansion

The Bell Mansion is one of the oldest and architecturally significant buildings in the Kingsmount-Bell Park area and, indeed, the City of Greater Sudbury. With Laurentian University in insolvency and the court conducting a confidential process for sale of property including land and buildings, the Sudbury Arts Council posted the following media release regarding theContinue reading “Bell Mansion”

Kingsmount Sidewalk Stamps:

Take a walk back in time Perhaps you’ve stumbled upon these inconspicuous sidewalk markings in the Kingsmount neighbourhood. If not, the discovery awaits you. The 2 km loop on the attached map connects all eight stamps and can be started from any point.  A sidewalk primer It is reported that when Patrick and Minnie FrawleyContinue reading “Kingsmount Sidewalk Stamps:”

Promoting our Heritage Assets

Residents of Kingsmount-Bell Park are fortunate to live in an area with a rich history. The Andrew McNaughton and Aurora Dubois surveys are two of the oldest properties surveyed and subdivided beyond the downtown core. The area’s buildings, streetscapes, landscapes and other forms of cultural heritage reflect the expressions and aspirations of those who haveContinue reading “Promoting our Heritage Assets”