About the Cultural Mapping Project
The Cultural Maps identify and promote the cultural assets within our community. We hope you will enjoy exploring Elizabethtown-Kitley. This project was initiated by the Township’s Heritage Committee and made possible through funding from the Province of Ontario and the Township. For a detailed overview of this project, see the Cultural Map Project Overview Click here.
What is Cultural Mapping?
To paraphrase Jeannette Hanna, when one lives in a place, it’s difficult to stand back and describe its special character. Cultural mapping is a tool to help identify and articulate characteristics which make a place unique. This uniqueness creates the Quality of Life and Quality of (authentic) Place. What we are describing, in essence, is Culture being “who we are and what we do”.
Is an asset missing on the cultural map? Please advise of any errors or omissions, by filling in the below form and submitting it to the Township (requests for additions to the map will be vetted through the Heritage Committee and Council).
Disclaimer: The Township assumes no liability resulting from errors or omissions. Identification of an asset does not imply endorsement, nor does omission reflect on the contribution that an unlisted asset makes in the community. Information should be verified by the user prior to acting on it.