Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
Lawrenceville was colonized by Isaac Lawrence, originally from the village of Canaan in Connecticut, who moved to this Township with his family in 1794. His son Erastus built both a sawmill and flour mill on an island – Île du Moulin (Mill Island) – that is now a treasured heritage site with mere traces of the mills. Two historic residences have survived: the Victorian-style Island Park House and another more modest home with a double-slope roof. These homes reflect the co-existence of the two founding cultures, who chose the town's name in honour of its founding family.
2 metres, 20 seconds, a face covering... You know the drill. This summer, we all need to do our part to make this vacation season both enjoyable and responsible.
(In fact, I can even stand apart.)
(Anyways in #touristmode, I'm in no hurry!)
(Ring ahead to avoid the crowd... it’s that simple!)
(I promise... this is no time to joke around.)
Together - For a safe vacation - Let’s be responsible.