The village of Spencerville is a rural community located in Eastern Ontario, within Edwardsburgh/Cardinal township in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville. The village lies about 80 kilometres southwest of downtown Ottawa on Highway 416. The South Nation River runs through the village.

Spencerville is a historical village with many old houses, churches, farms, cemeteries, and other buildings dating back to the 1800s. The village is known for its annual fair held every September called the Spencerville Fair. The fair has been an annual community event since the 19th century. One of the most notable pieces of architecture in the village of Spencerville is the stone mill, located along the South Nation River. The mill is considered an important historical structure, as the mill's construction was largely responsible for the village's settlement, and remained the economic backbone of the community for much of its early history

Since 2004, the community has held an annual Christmas event called A Country Christmas Remembered. The event celebrates old-fashioned Christmas or winter traditions. During the event, volunteers decorate the village's mill and old homes in a manner typical of 1930s-era rural villages around Christmas. Events vary from year to year but include horse-drawn carriage rides, family skating, and craft shows

Spencerville is currently home to one elementary school, Centennial ’67 Public School. For secondary education, students in the area commute to high schools in nearby Kemptville or Prescott.

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