Welcome to the Town of Harrow Online
  Harrow's online resource for restaurants, shops and services
Hello and welcome to the Town of Harrow Online website. This site is for the people of Harrow - Ontario - Canada and surrounding area. It's important to have a web presence now days so this is for us.

We are dedicated to showcasing our local businesses on the web. By using the most current programming techniques and the power of numbers we are getting Harrow businesses online, the digital marketing wave has arrived.

Please enjoy your stay, feel free to provide us with input (good or bad) through the contact us form. Most of all frequent our local shops and restaurants, keeping small town value alive!

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Restaurant menus are coming to the web!

Finally we have an online source for local restaurant menus. Look up your favorite pub's menu or try something new from your regular establishment, now it's easy and convenient.

Curious about a local restaurant, check out their page for some images, hours of operation and directions.

Feature Harrow Business
One of our local professionals
Robinson Transport
191 County Road 11
Robinson transport is a leader in the transport industry in the US and Canada. We service and maintain our large fleet of flat beds, rack kits drop decks and trombone trailers. Established in 1954 and through hard work and reliable service Robinson Transport and Warehousing has become a major player in the transport industry in the great lakes region and specializes in flatbed carries.
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 A Piece of Harrow History
Sponsored By H.E.I.R.S
  In the 1792, when Lord Simcoe was the first Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, he established the Township of Colchester whose boundaries were almost identical to the boundaries of the modern Town of Essex. Between the Malden Town Line and the Arner Town Line he created 65 long narrow farm lots running inland from Lake Erie. He offered land grants to soldiers in Butler’s Rangers who were forced to flee from their lands in the United States because they had fought against the rebels who won the American Revolutionary War(1776-1783). Other refugees from the United States who had been living temporarily on Grosse Isle in the Detroit River joined these soldiers. These early settlers formed the South Essex Militia that defended their new home land from American conquests during the War of 1812-14.

  John Snider, a blacksmith from Pennsylvania, was one of these early settlers. He built his home in the side of a hill just west of the village of Colchester. A family story tells of men working on the roof of the house on September 10, 1813 while listening to the distant booming of canons during the Battle of Lake Erie. That house is still occupied by descendants of John Snider. It is the oldest surviving house along the Lake Erie Shore of Essex County.
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Laser Art Inc
110 Wellington St
Screen Printing, engraving and more, we are your source!
County Towing
1329 Erie Road South
Towing, auto repairs, lockouts and disposal bins, County Towing has you covered.
Robinson Transport
191 County Road 11
Robinson transport is a leader in the transport industry in the US and Canada.
Balance Massage Therapy and Yoga
33 King Street West
Balance offers many services to make you feel better inside and out.
Trees Pub and Grill
103 King St West
Great food, fun and staff. Check out our weekly specials and live entertainment listing.
Munger Lawnscape Inc.
4231 4th Concession
Experience is our greatest asset.
Emily Stevenson RPN - Advanced Foot Nurse
Trained and certified in basic and advanced foot care techniques, Emily is an RPN who knows how to help you with those problem foot issues.
Danielle's Soft Ice Cream and More
357 Queen Street
Great food, desserts and ice cream. Eat inside, outside or take out.