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Beeton is a small community located in southern Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada between Tottenham and Alliston; all three were amalgamated in 1991 into the single Town of New Tecumseth.
One visit to Beeton, Ontario and you will certainly discover what all the ‘buzz’ is about. From the picturesque, century homes dotting the tree-lined streets, to the bee-themed shops, festivals, and celebrations, it’s clear that, like a hive of bees, community and collaboration represent Beeton’s foundation and guiding principle.
History, heritage and remembering the roots of the community are also equally important.
In fact, the history behind how the name ‘Beeton’ came to be is perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of this sleepy village.
Originally called ‘Clarksville’ in honour of blacksmith Robert Clark, the area was home to storekeeper and postmaster David Allanson Jones in the 1860’s. Fascinated by bees and beekeeping, Jones acquired fifty acres of land and two bee hives and became the first commercial beekeeper in the country in the 1870’s.
A unique history, a strong sense of community and the ability to enjoy the sweet and simple things in life; Beeton certainly has a lot to offer locals and visitors alike. Whether you're interested in the Honey and Garden Festival, admiring the interesting architecture or grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local establishments, stop by today and explore and enjoy all that the village of Beeton has to offer.
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beeton, http://discovernewtecumseth.ca/stories/beeton-ontario