Carol Steedman

Carol Steedman writes about events and happenings in and around Waterford.


Whistling Gardens a labour of love

“If you build it, they will come,” is a known saying, and Whistling Gardens near Wilsonville certainly exemplifies that.

Ron Anderson (1944-1949) and his daughter, Janis Anderson-Campbell,(1970-1975) review their Waterford District High School yearbooks in anticipation of the 125th school reunion, May 19-21. (Carol Steedman/For The Expositor)

Fire is genesis for Waterford High

Waterford District High School got its start in 1892 after fire destroyed the public school and a petition was circulated in support of a high school.

Waterford OTH hosts all-candidates meeting Oct. 1

With the federal election set for Oct. 19, Haldimand-Norfolk voters will get a chance to hear from the candidates -- and ask questions -- at a meeting Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Old Town Hall on Main Street South in Waterford.

Handcrafted rugs at Waterford museum showcase regional history

Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum is hosting a unique display of rug-hooking artwork entitled The Barn Raising Project. It includes 40 handcrafted pieces that show the beauty of the rural landscape and a wide assortment of barns from across Canada.