It might seem odd to give an old building, named for a radio station that never set up shop in Binscarth a 'Place of Recognition" designation. But any business which still has a float in a parade years after it's closure does have a special place in the heart of the people.
A local pub can form the heart of a community in many ways.
Crops are planted and the weather discussed. Pool balls rattle around the table while the last Oriole's baseball game is played and replayed.
Memories of Christmas Eve drinks and Halloween parties.
This bar is gone, but not forgotten, and resurrects at times in our small village. 580 Night fundraisers are always well attended, and it's very name is a rallying cry. Most commonly you will find it in the Binscarth Curing Rink.