If your tried-and-true methods of meeting singles are getting stale -- flirting at the gym, going to bars, shmoozing at the dog park -- perhaps it's time for a change of venue. Right is always a challenge, and that challenge often becomes even harder when you're dating over 50.The great thing is that everyone is there for the same reason - to create a connection with other single people there.It's a safe way (and more effective than faceless internet dating) to meet your mate.The mission of RCSC is to offer activities of interest through which Christian singles can meet others, participate in events and grow in the knowledge and love of Christ.
Grab your friends or come alone and make some new friends.
When Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe first surveyed the area in 1794, the core of Richmond Hill, Yonge St., was envisioned as a military road, to serve as an inland connection between York and Fort Penetanguishene. Despite its initial conception as a military route, Yonge Street's opportunities for settlement were inevitable.
William Berczy came from Genesee New York in 1794 and brought a group of settlers with him; the group was granted 64,000 acres of land in Markham Township.
This land comprised what is now the southeast corner of Richmond Hill.
French emigrants also had a big influence on the settlement of Richmond Hill - they constructed eighteen log houses, a tavern and a church, but many of them later returned to France after the French monarchy was restored because they could not cope with living on such an underdeveloped land.