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Ancaster Bin Rental

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Ancaster Community Bio

Ancaster, Ontario has a long history as part of of a pre and post-industrial society within Canada. As one of the country's oldest villages, it is advantageously situated along the Niagara escarpment. The escarpment proved to be a formidable barrier for travel amongst Canada's earliest European settlers, however, Ancaster became a prime location to settle due to the proximity of the Lake, and the ease in which one could travel to and from the water back to the village.

The town of Ancaster boasts shopping and athletic facilities that are a cornerstone of the local economy. Known simply as The Meadowlands, Ancaster's commercial hub is home to many big box stores and popular chain restaurants such as Buffalo Wild Wings, Lone Star Texas Grill and Montana's. For a more quaint, local shopping experience, there's Wilson Street and the independent shopping and dining experience with popular spots such as The Purple Pony Ice Cream Shop, Coach & Lantern Pub, Sammy's restaurant and the Ancaster Old Mill fine dining.

The Ancaster Little League Park is located on Jerseyville Road in Spring Valley made up of three diamonds near the edge of the Ancaster Valley Conservation Area. In 2010, Ancaster played host to the Canadian Little League Championships and Little League Park was the host venue. In 1970 Ancaster hosted a 'World T-ball' tournament.

Morgan firestone Arena is the largest community centre in Ancaster, and is home to minor hockey and the Junior C Ancaster Avalanche. The facility has many baseball diamonds on the property around the arena, where the Ancaster Minor Baseball Association calls home.

Founded in 1894, The Hamilton Golf and Country Club hosted the Canadian Open in 2003, 2006 and in 2012. The club was originally situated beside the Hamilton Jockey Club in downtown Hamilton near what is now Centre Mall, but was relocated to Ancaster in 1916.

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20 Yard Bin

Dimensions: 11' long, 8' wide, 6' high

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