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Maple Leafs Alumni to play in Tillsonburg

Posted on Thursday November 28, 2019

For Immediate Release


Maple Leafs Alumni will play in Tillsonburg February 15, 2020

Wendel Clark and other members of the Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni hockey team are coming to Tillsonburg. The team will play at Kinsmen Memorial Arena in Tillsonburg on Family Day weekend (February 15), facing off in a fundraising game supporting Fee Assisted Recreational Experiences (FARE) in Tillsonburg.


“FARE is a program that provides financial assistance to individuals of any age who would otherwise be unable to experience recreation and cultural programs run by the Town of Tillsonburg,” explains Rick Cox, Director of Recreation, Culture and Parks.


Since FARE was implemented, 200 families have utilized the program and 536 individuals have enjoyed recreation programs free of charge.


In addition to Clark, the Maple Leafs Alumni roster is expected to include Jean - Sèbastien Aubin, Dave McLlawain Rick Vaive, Craig Muni, Rick Walmsley, and others.


Tickets for the game are available on beginning Thursday, November 28 at noon, with a variety of seating options and VIP experiences available for purchase.


The Maple Leafs Alumni will be playing the FARE Flurry, a team composed of representatives from the various ice user groups at the Community Centre. In addition, three player spots and a goalie position will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.


For more details on the Maple Leafs Alumni Game in Tillsonburg, visit the Town of Tillsonburg facebook page (






Stephen Molnar, Mayor

Town of Tillsonburg

519.688.3009 ext.4050

Rick Cox, Director of Recreation, Culture and Parks

Town of Tillsonburg

519.688.3009 ext. 4201




About Tillsonburg


Located 90 minutes west of the Toronto area, Tillsonburg offers companies a strategic location in Ontario’s agriculture and manufacturing heartland. With low business and development costs, progressive policies and a high-speed fibre optic network, Tillsonburg is home to more than 600 regional, national and international companies. To find out more about Tillsonburg, visit or


The essence of Tillsonburg is captured in three words:


Connected – A strong sense of community, a history of engagement and collaboration, and strong connections to surrounding markets based on a strategic location within Southwestern Ontario


Enriched – A high quality of life evidenced by community centres/programs, opportunities to be meaningfully involved, abundance of parks and green spaces, and a rural/urban influence that combines for a sustainable, comfortable pace


Inspired – An entrepreneurial spirit and strong rural work ethic with leadership in agri-business and related ventures and a track record of “Made in Tillsonburg” solutions