Additional features and information will be added when they become available. Keep checking back for updates!

 Photo Contest
Congratulations to Trevor Johnston on winning the Bicentennial Photo Contest! Thank you to everyone who submitted photos to the contest. See below for the winning photos!

Trevor Johnston
Trevor Johnston - 1st place

Brenda Deugo-Mills
Brenda Deugo-Mills - 2nd place

Greg Cherry
Greg Cherry - 3rd place

 Bicentennial Tree
SOLD OUT! Thank you for the amazing community support on this project!

The Municipality of Mississippi Mills has partnered with Home Hospice North Lanark to select a Bicentennial Tree. The official tree of the Bicentennial is the Autumn Blaze Maple! You can purchase this tree through the Home Hospice North Lanark tree fundraiser.

Plant a Bicentennial Tree with your family to mark this milestone event! In doing so, you also help support an important service in your community.
 Commemorative Coin
The municipality is excited for the 200th anniversary coin! You can now purchase the coin at several locations including the municipal office at 3131 Old Perth Rd., Almonte Old Town Hall (2nd floor), Almonte and Pakenham Libraries, Alliance Coin & Banknote and Baker Bob's. The cost is $10. It's a limited edition so get yours today!

Bicentennial Commemorative Coin
Colouring Contest
Students from Mississippi Mills in grades 4-6 are invited to participate in the Bicentennial Colouring Contest! The contest involves colouring the image found on the Bicentennial Commemorative Coin. The winning entry will have stickers created and they will also receive the Bicentennial Commemorative Coin. Good luck! 

Bicentennial Colouring Contest
The Seven Gifts
The Municipality is thrilled to partner with the Mississippi Mills All My Relations group to assist in the development of The Seven Gifts sculpture, an outdoor educational art installation, that is located in Riverfront park on the Mississippi river.  It celebrates the cultural and spiritual beliefs and practices of the Algonquin Anishinaabe People.

The featured artists of the project are Nish Nabie, wood carver, and Deborah Arnold, stone carver, who are working cooperatively to reflect the nature of the Truth and Reconciliation process. For more information about this exciting project or to donate visit the MM All My Relations website. 
Time Capsule
Details to follow!
Indigenous Flagpole
In 2023, the municipality, in conjunction with the Indigenous community, will be unveiling a flagpole dedicated to Indigenous people and their heritage. The flagpole will be erected in front of the municipal office at 3131 Old Perth Rd. Stay tuned for details about this exciting project!
 Blakeney Walking Tour
Believe it or not, there currently isn't a walking tour of Blakeney! However the Ramsay Bicentennial Working Group is working to change that! This summer, you will be able to access a Walking Tour of Blakeney which will include a map that will mark the historical sites and amazing things to see in the area. A must do by yourself or with your family!