A trail leads into the distance.  Mist swirls around trees in fall foliage.

Available now, $40.00 CDN. 

Where can I get a book?

Local Retailers donating 100% of the purchase price back to the Trailway:  Caledon East Pharmasave; Caledon Hills Cycling, Inglewood; Davis Feed & Farm Supply, Caledon East; Inside Out Chiropractic Clinic, Bolton; Cory Trepanier Originals Gallery, Gore Rd., Caledon; The Wishbone Restaurant, Hwy #50 north of Bolton.


The following retail establishments will also carry the book: Book Lore, Orangeville;  Forster's Book Garden, Bolton; Museum of Dufferin, Rosemont; Peel Art Gallery, Museum & Archives, Brampton.

Can I get a book by mail?

Not yet, but soon!  Now that the books are here we can determine the cost of mailing and purchase the appropriate mailing supplies.  Come back in a couple of weeks and we should have things ready to go, including e-transfer.

Where is the money going?

The book was written, edited and published by volunteers.  The only costs incurred were professional graphic design, printing and other expenses related to permissions and promotion.  Thanks to our generous donors, these costs have been paid.  From this point on, all the proceeds from book sales go directly to the Town of Caledon for the enhancement of the Trailway.

See us on the road!

The Book Committee will be taking part in local craft fairs between now and Christmas.  In addition, the author will be at Forster's Book Garden in Bolton on Sunday Dec.  1 from 1 to 4; and at Book Lore in Orangeville on Sat. Dec. 7 from 10:30 to noon.  Get your copy personalized at one of these two events.

Our appreciation

Support for the book

The Caledon Trailway: Building the Dream would not exist

 without the generous support of the following: 

Armando Rosano

Town of Caledon

John Spina

Piero Carbone

James Dick Construction

Robert Fines

David Moore

Caledon East &  District Historical Society

Caledon East School Reunion Committee

Wayne Noble

Marrex Construction & Excavating

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