Snow falls in Village Limoges and Larose Forest

Posted on 19th November 2017 by monlimoges in Larose Forest,Limoges & Forest,Village of Limoges

Forêt LaroseThe first snow has fallen in the Village of Limoges and Larose Forest ahead of the upcoming 2017-18 winter season. The snow arrived in the early Sunday morning on Nov. 19.

Incidentally, the first snowfall coincided with the Optimist Club’s annual Christmas Bazaar at the Limoges Community Centre.

Village Limoges is a young, endearing community nestled at the doorstep of Canada’s national capital region. Straddling both The Nation Municipality and Russell Township, the village borders the great Larose Forest, one of Ontario’s largest forests. As part of both municipalities, the village sits in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell.

Larose Forest, meanwhile, is a 27,000-acre forest that was re-initiated in 1928 by Mr. Ferdinand Larose. It is noted as the second-largest planted forest in southern Ontario. The forest is managed by the United Counties of Prescott and Russell.