Bringing People And Resources Together For Over 40 Years.
About Flamborough Connects
In 1975 residents from the Town of Waterdown approached the Community Services branch of the Greater Hamilton YMCA to study Waterdown’s evolving needs. With the help of Dundas and Ancaster Information Services as well as the Central Information Services in Hamilton, Information Flamborough began. Information Flamborough’s goal was to bridge the information gap between service providers and rural residents. Our goals are the same today!
Celebrating 45 years bringing people and resources together!
Youth Empowerment Program launched
Flamborough Information and Community Services celebrates 40 years
New home in the Waterdown Public Library and Senior Recreational Centre
Wheel of Fitness classes begin
Flamborough Information and Community Services celebrates 30 years
Crime Activity Prevention
Flamborough Volunteers Centre established
Community Shopping Bus launched
Name changed to Flamborough Information and Community Services (FICS)
Free Income Tax Clinics started
Flamborough Information’s first computer
Youth Employment Program launched
Flamborough Information opens
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