The question was: Go back in time.. What are you going to buy at the Dairy today on Bridge Street?
Kevin St JeanI believe paul dulmages dog shopped there
Jo-Anne Drader NelsonWas the dog a black lab ? I remember seeing him all over town when I was young. He just went wherever he wanted. Very nice dog.
Terry LathamCould have been Duke he used to wander all over town. Stop in for a visit at some places. All I had to do is stop and ask if he wanted a drive home and he would jump in my truck if he did. Or just walk away if not.
Cathy DulmageHe stopped there every day for a treat from Mr Veenstra. Also he stopped at the bottom of Argyle St to drink from the stream every day and many other places
Paul HodginsI remember Duke in the water going after orange balls that sank but he would dive down and get them every time Amazing dog Duke was
Gail Sheen-MacDonaldMilkshake for my bother, sister and me, an ice cream cone for my mom and a quart of buttermilk (uggh!) for my dad.
Brian Giffin5 cent ice cream cone after church
Sandy HudsonIce cream
Leslie Garagan.25 would get me a big bag of mixed candies.
Bj LayComic books, video games, !!! Thanks Fred!!!
Janine McDonald AzzouzCandy on route to the movie at the Town Hall.
Kathy DevlinA bag of penny candy or maybe be a popsicle
Mark Pyegrade 7 Carambeck,walk down and buy sweet tarts…
Jo-Anne Drader NelsonIn line on a Friday night to buy a bag of mixed candy. Fred must of had a lot of patience. Every kid picking out each candy. 4 mojos ,2 blue whales etc …. Lol
Ruth Anne SchnuppDefinately an ice cream cone !
Toby RandellGrowing up, as soon as you walked in on the right was a wall of penny candies. That was the go to, but a close second would have been an ice cream cone.
Toby RandellTotally forgot the giant freezies.
Bill ConallThree-scoop ice cream cone. Fifteen cents
Shannon ToshIce cream cones
Norma JacksonTiger tail ice cream
Sonya SpurwayIce cream !!!!
Brianna Ryan1 cent candies
Kate HurdisCandy, marbles and pogs
Cathy PatersonPop candy ice cream
Amanda WaterfieldRenting videos games is what I remember doing
Mel StanzelI had a milkshake after finshing my paper route . milk shake made by the eldest Nesbitt girl
Tom MontreuilOrange sherbet cone and milk shake cups for drinking whiskey
nna LeMaistreChocolate milkshake 25 cents
Phil HallahanThose maple toffee cones
Jane ChurchillPenny candy and chocolate milkshakes; picking up smokes and Coca Cola for my mom when I was only about 5 or six years old
Kimberly Townend-WillettsI loved the smell, I can still remember it even though I was 2 years old.
Heather DormanFuzzy peaches from the 5cent candies because I’m a high roller I once tried to buy candies with my moms silver dollar and he called my mom
Yvonne RobillardOmg, moved here 1983 but visited from 1980,didn’t recognize the dairy, but did get ice cream there from fred veenstra!
Phyllis BensonIce cream cone
Joanna LucianoPre-scoop tools; remember the cylindrical shaped ice cream portion set in the cone??
Jeff RobertsonVideo games. Bigfoot candies and always shooting the shit with the owners!
Bonnie AdamsI could always get a Saturday Citizen there on Sunday
Angela BigrasIce cream
Sandra DakersYou’d be surprised what a big bag of candy you could get for 10 cents
Beth NolanMy grandparents lived o Heriotte Street..my grandfather and I went to the Dairy after supper and got ice cream cones for each of us, for my grandmother and Uncle Allan….I use to run down to buy milk if my grandmother needed some…..then I’d go to Millers stable on the back street to see the horses
Carly DrummondWe used to rent Super Nintendo games from here & get their cheap candies!
Adam DowdallI would buy marbles there
Keith DrummondI grew up living a block away from the Dairy since I was 2 (1965). I don’t recall seeing all of you there but Fred was the only owner I knew of. Twenty five cents did go a long way back then.
Dave WhiteIce Cream
Danielle TreffA banana and chocolate popsicle, and an N64 game for the weekend
Larry DelargeIce cream
Wesley ParsonsFlavored toothpicks and 10cent chocolate popsicles
Rebecca ChampagneAs a child I would go here countless amount of times. I remember buying Garbage Pail Kids cards. They all came with a stick of gum. I would also rent Nintendo games there as well.
Elizabeth SmithGiant licorices. One time, my friends and I convinced Fred to sell us a full bag of the penny candy. 800 gummy bears
Kaylea White100 sweetish berries
Thelma SavardIce cream you would go with a bowl and it would be filled up for supper dessert can you imagine now going with a bowl?
Megan KerryCandy on the way to swim practice
Alana FlintMaple Walnut Ice Cream and Salt ‘n Vinegar Chips for dipping in the ice cream!
Cody Smithson$1.00 pepperoni stick and a $1.00 can of pizza pringles. Fred never charged me tax and would always have a fresh news paper for me to take back to my grandfather.
Lyann LockhartAny candies that were 2 for 1cent and 3 for 1 cent. Mojos , green leaves , gum balls and caramels but they were 2 cents.
Allison VaughanDidn’t go there often but recall getting candies there
Laurie Stearns-SmithA little brown bag filled with as many candies as a quarter would get me. It was surprising how much you could buy.
Bill LemayMy dad smoked Buckingham cigarette s choke a horse
Amanda KatFill a paper bag with 5 cent candies
Bill BrownHot summer days as a kid – ice cream – candy
Andrea McCoyGood stuff. 15 cents bought enough
So what has happened to the Dairy?
Zoe Whitney-HandI used to buy .25 cent candies and milk for my parents, it was recently renovated into two newer apartments on the bottom where the store was and the original two up top