Dining Out in Glen Williams
Everyone’s favourite corner store and the home of Pete’s Meats – where quality & price are a cut above the test!
Glen Williams is the home of Sheridan Nurseries’ corporate head office as well as over 900 acres of farmland, including 54 acres of propagation farm and 260 acres of container growing.
The outdoor Garden Centre offers a huge selection of landscape-size trees and evergreens and the largest selection of annuals, perennials and specialty plants in the area.
Services & Amenities
Working from his studio at the Williams Mill, Tony Lolic is one of only a few hand weavers in Canada, professionally engaged in the conservation and restoration of cane, wicker and rush furniture.
Schools & Daycare
Sheri is an accomplished mixed-media/pastel artist with over 23 years teaching experience in the Glen, as well as in schools, community and art centres in Halton Hills and beyond. She offers Portfolio building classes, art classes for teens and adults, and life drawing sessions in her studio at the Williams Mill.
In my music classes for toddlers, babies, big kids, and families, we sing, dance, giggle, hop, travel on imaginative adventures, cuddle, play instruments, share ideas, read stories, celebrate the uniqueness of each child, and more! As a trained and licensed Kindermusik educator, I lead the class through music and movement activities with proven developmental benefits.
Each of our instructors are fully ceritified and most have taught at a pool working for the town. With generally smaller groups than the town we give our students more attention and direction in order to help improve their strokes, endurance and all around ability in the water. Lessons are booked a week at a time for either a half hour or full hour. Prices vary depending on the amount of students in the pool at a time.
Things to do in and around The Glen
A 14.6 km trail that takes you through Glen Williams and to a beautiful view overlooking the hamlet. Plans are underway to create a 113 km trail that will connect Ontario’s Greenbelt to Lake Ontario along the Credit River, and this section will be part of it.
Download and print maps of the trail and parking locations: