Updates

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT for WT advertisers

 

Since 1995 the Wayback Times has been published as a bi-monthly newspaper, six times a year.  As of January 2018, we will be changing to a quarterly publication. Our issues will now be available for a three-month period with printing dates for each season; winter, spring, summer and fall.

 

The following dates are our new deadlines for each quarterly issue:

 

Winter 2018: January/February/March issue 134 (printed mid-December to accommodate the holiday season) will have a deadline for advertisers of:
November 22:  Reserve your ad space by this date
Up to December 3: Send in your *print-ready ad copy

 

Spring 2018: April/May/June issue135
will have a deadline for advertisers of:
February 26: Reserve your ad space by this date
Up to March 9: Send in your *print-ready ad copy

 

Summer 2018: July/August/September issue 136
will have a deadline for advertisers of:
May 31: Reserve your ad space by this date
Up to June 11: Send in your *print-ready ad copy

 

Fall 2018: October/November/December issue 137
will have a deadline for advertisers of:
August 30: Reserve your ad space by this date
Up to September 10: Send in your *print-ready ad copy

 

*”Print ready” refers to ad copy that is fully prepared in a pdf, tiff or jpg format and ready to go to press

 

Please call
or email
with any questions you might have

 

*Rate sheets available upon request

MEMORY JUNCTION MUSEUM TO REMAIN CLOSED SUMMER 2017  

The Bangay family, on behalf of Ralph and Eugenia Bangay, have advised the community that the Memory Junction Museum will remain closed throughout the summer of 2017.

Memory Junction was founded in 1993 and has grown to showcase railway history and artifacts as well as items of historical interest from the Brighton area.  It has an impressive collection of rolling stock, including a 1906 steam locomotive, all located in the former Brighton Grand Trunk railway station, one of the last still standing.

The Bangay family is interested in the long term viability of the museum and its artifacts and hopes to use the upcoming months to develop a plan to ensure the museum will reopen and continue its mission.

Ralph and Eugenia Bangay are planning to enjoy retirement and thank all those who have contributed to and supported the museum.

For further information: Lynne Heeney  (613) 475 9366


ANTIQUES ON HWY 48

Please note that Antiques on Hwy 48 (ad page 7 in July/August issue 131 WT) is open seven days a week throughout July and August.  For additional information please contact them at 647-281-8496 or visit their website: www.antiquesonhwy48.com. You can also find them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/antiquesonhwy48/