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Schomberg Village Association

The Schomberg Village Association is a volunteer organisation dedicated to improving life in Schomberg and the surrounding area. The SVA outs on the traditional "A Main Street Christmas" celebration each December, as well as the annual scarecrow competition and the Schomberg Street Gallery.  It works with with other groups and associations in the Schomberg area to promote community spirit and communication; particularly with respect to physical, social, cultural environmental and historic facets of community life.

The SVA incorporates members of the following local organisations:

  • Arts Society King
  • Dufferin Marsh Committee
  • King Chamber of Commerce
  • Schomberg Agricultural Society
  • Schomberg Horticultural Society
  • Schomberg Lions Club

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Dufferin Marsh Nature Connection

The Dufferin Marsh is a 5 ha natural area located in the centre of the Village of Schomberg steps from the downtown Main Street.  It is a remnant feature of the Schomberg River isolated when the river was channelized in the 1800’s.   Through natural processes and man-made influences the old river bed developed into a wetland.  The land was historically used for farming and was bisected by the Schomberg and Aurora Railway in 1902.  Through the years the Marsh has flourished despite adjacent development.

The Dufferin Marsh Nature Connection is a crew of committed individuals that care about the Dufferin Marsh and the community of Schomberg.  We believe that a healthy ecosystem translates to a healthy community.  We are very concerned about the growing disassociation of people from nature, and work to provide opportunities for people to reconnect through events, workshops, restoration projects and citizen science activities.

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Schomberg Lions Club

The Schomberg Lions Club is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1947 and have been working to serve the community ever since.  Whenever a Lions Club gets together, problems get smaller.  That's because they help where help is needed - in the community of Schomberg and around the world - with unmatched integrity and energy.

The Lions fundraise at events such as the Annual Pancake Breakfast, A Main Street Christmas, and local community social evenings.  The money they raise goes right back into thecommunity, by monetarily supporting local youth sports teams, community projects and youth camps such as the Bob Rumball Camp of the Deaf and the CNIB Lake Joseph Centre.

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Schomberg Agricultural Society

The Schomberg Agricultural Society is a venerable institution in the Schomberg area and owns the Schomberg fairgrounds, which can be accessed at 319 Main Street.   The Society is a network of over 150 volunteers who spent countless hours, maintaining the grounds, promoting and organizing the fair.  The Agricultural Society is deeply rooted in tradition and has held the Schomberg Fair for 169 years.  This 4 day event brings together exhibitors, visitors and the community in a unique celebration of Schomberg's agricultural roots.

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Schomberg Horticultural Society

Since its inception on April 12th, 1935, the Schomberg Horticultural Society has been an integral part of King Township. The objectives of the Society is to hold meetings with guest speakers that will encompass all aspects of horticulture to encourage all types of gardening. It promotes the protection of the environment through good gardening practices, tree plantings, public beautification and educational materials. The Schomberg Horticultural Society meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30p.m. at the Schomberg Community Hall on Main St. unless otherwise notified.

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Schomberg Community Farm

Centrally located in downtown Schomberg and nestled on six beautiful acres of Township property, The Schomberg Community Farm provides a place for all interested parties to enjoy the wonders of maintaining their own gardens and growing their own food.

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King Chamber of Commerce

The King Chamber of Commerce was formed in January 2008, when the King Township Chamber and the Nobleton Schomberg District Chamber of Commerce officially merged.  It currently has over 150 members who operate throughout King Township and beyond.   Their mission is to promote a healthy, sustainable and environmentally responsible business climate in King Township.

Strategic initiatives include::

    • Facilitate communications with the membership and with the public at large
      Provide educational and networking opportunities to mebers
    • Provide a clear voice to local and regional governments on issues that affect members
    • Provide opportunities for savings to members through special programs
    • Research and implement strategies that promote local business retention and expansion


The King Chamber of Commerce is a member of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

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