About Us

The Unionville Villagers' Association started out in 1998 as the Village of Unionville Property Owners' Association (VUPOA), a collection of residents and business owners who were anxious to stop the construction of a 24/7 medical centre on the historic Stiver Mill property. After being successful in that venture, the Association expanded its interests:

Now called the Unionville Villagers' Association, we were incorporated in 2009 as an affiliate of the
Ontario Historical Society.

We are non-profit group that works hard to fulfil our goals. You will see us selling candles at our Main Street's Olde Tyme Christmas Candlelight Parade, cleaning pathways, and monitoring events at the Town that could affect our beautiful heritage Main Street or the heritage buildings or heritage environment in the surrounding area. Come out and join us!

We meet each month, except July, August & December. Our usual meeting takes place is the Old Unionville Train Station, 7 Station Lane, Unionville, at 7pm. Our Annual General Meeting is held in November, usually in the Varley Art Gallery.

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