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These stories about the people and places that make us proud to call Innisfil home are made possible through the support of Tempo Flexible Packaging as part of our Community Leaders Program.


ROOTED: Rotary Club continues to strive to help community

ROOTED: Rotary Club continues to strive to help community

'All members are very enthusiastic about volunteerism and use their vocations as a way to give back to the community,' said long-time club member
<b>ROOTED:</b> Arts and culture alive and well in Innisfil

ROOTED: Arts and culture alive and well in Innisfil

Innisfil Arts, CultureĀ and Heritage Council encourages residents to get involved
ROOTED: Innisfil group stepping up to serve those in need

ROOTED: Innisfil group stepping up to serve those in need

'We live in a community filled with a variety of challenging issues, including youth mental health issues, but where generous and caring people love to volunteer and confront these issues imparting help, positivity, and support where needed,' says founder of volunteer group
Innisfil Seed Library continues to grow

Innisfil Seed Library continues to grow

Founder Bridget Indelicato is hopeful that the program will continue its recent success
Celebrating 50 years of preserving local history

Celebrating 50 years of preserving local history

The Innisfil Historical Society has been a go-to for historical information for many years
Innisfil ideaLAB & Library is all about making connections

Innisfil ideaLAB & Library is all about making connections

'Community is at the heart of all we do, and we believe that our commitment to connecting the community ... will improve the overall quality of life in Innisfil,' says official
ROOTED: 400 Market continues to thrive after 36 years

ROOTED: 400 Market continues to thrive after 36 years

The 400 Market started in 1986 as a flea and farmer's market, and since then, it has increased threefold to its present-day size of 105,000 sq. ft.
Heritage, history and thrifting at Cookstown Antique Market

Heritage, history and thrifting at Cookstown Antique Market

Market has been a hub for more than 30 years
<b>ROOTED:</b> Innisfil Creek Honey is home to thousands of bees and dozens of lessons every year

ROOTED: Innisfil Creek Honey is home to thousands of bees and dozens of lessons every year

Innisfil Creek Honey owner 'amazed' by hive altruism
<b>ROOTED:</b> The Clothing Depot dressing up those in need since 2009

ROOTED: The Clothing Depot dressing up those in need since 2009

The Clothing Depot, located inside the Innisfil Community Church is open by appointment for residents in need of clothing and accessories