- For other places named Zurich, see Zurich (disambiguation).
Zurich, Ontario is a community in southwestern Ontario, Canada, in the Municipality of Bluewater in the County of Huron, about 6 km inland from Lake Huron, on Ontario's West Coast. Zurich was founded in 1856 and is known for its Swiss heritage, reflected in some of the architecture. They have 5 churches of various denominations, a bakery known for their 'Tasty Nu' doughnuts, a large community center, a general store, a hardware store, a Case Tractor dealership, St. Boniface Elementary School, and a Liquor Control Board of Ontario retail store.
The fourth weekend, every August, Zurich has their annual Bean Festival. The annual Bean Festival in Zurich is the highlight of the year with many local and international vendors attending. It includes many traditional carnival rides. As well, there is a classic and vintage car show running the entire Friday to Sunday festival. Traditionally there is a 'cruise night' encompassing the entire County of Huron on the Friday night.
- Zurich, Ontario Official Website
- Zurich Bean Festival website
- Grand Bend Strip community newspaper - serving Zurich, Grand Bend, Dashwood and Port Franks
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