Annual Horse and Hound Parade took over downtown Elora

Horse and hounds – Riders in traditional livery along with the Eglinton and Caledon Hounds took over downtown Elora on Oct. 6. The group crossed the Metcalfe Street Bridge, made a stop at the Elora Mill and continued on for a tour of the town, ended on the south side of the Grand River in the Elora Mill parking lot for a meet and greet. The Horse and Hound Parade has been an annual event in Elora (with the exception of 2018) raising money for the Groves Hospital Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. Including Sunday’s donations the parade has raised over $50,000.