• Monthly Blood Donor Clinic until December 28

    Give the gift of life! Monthly Blood Donor Clinic, in Lindsay at the Victoria Park Armoury, 1:30-7:30PM March 30, April 27, May 25, June 29, July 27, August 31, September 28, October 26, November 30, December 28th. Please book your appointment by visiting www.blood.ca
  • Humane Society Golf Tournament Aug 24

    19th Annual Humane Society of Kawartha Lakes Golf Tournament, Thursday, Aug. 24th at Oliver’s Nest Golf Club. Registration begins at 11am, lunch to follow then golf begins at 12:30pm. Fee $99. 18 holes with cart, lunch, dinner and the change to participate in trivia, games and more! To register, phone 705-878-4618, email pr.hskl@cogeco.net. Visit www.hskl.ca or drop by 107 McLaughlin Road, Lindsay.
  • Globus Theatre Children's Series

    Globus Theatre’s Children’s Series: The Dog Pound Presented by Bad Dog theatre Saturday July 8th at 11am. Some of the best improvisers in the country present a fast paced, interactive improv show for kids. An unforgettable comedy experience for ages 6 to 12. Raising the Barn – Kid’s Style Saturday August 5th at 11am. Adventure into a world of music, mystery and madcap characters! For ages 6 to 12. Peter Pan Presented by Dufflebag Theatre Saturday August 26th at 11am Dufflebag Theatre takes the audience on a zany journey through Never Never Land. Fun for all ages! Children’s Series Tickets are $5.00 per person, all ages, plus HST Reserve your seats by calling the Box Office at 705.738.2037, Toll Free 1.800.304.7897.
  • Nature Explorer Summer Camp July and August

    Children ages 6 to 10 can learn more about the environment around them at the Nature Explorer Summer Camp hosted by Kawartha Conservation and Fleming College’s Frost Campus Sustainability Initiative. The camp, which will take place at both Frost Campus and Ken Reid Conservation Area, will feature four week-long sessions in July and August. It’s focused on fun, hands-on activities that will teach campers about the environment. Participants will learn about wildlife, habitat, aquatics, nature art and wilderness skills (Week A) and birds, minerals/rocks/soil, wetlands, weather and climate change, and orienteering (Week B). Session dates are July 17-21 (Week A), July 24-28 (Week B), Aug. 14-18 (Week B), 21-25 (Week A). The cost for the camp is $190 (camp fees for additional children are $150 each). For more information or to register, visit http://frostcampus.wixsite.com/naturecamp.
  • Concerts in the Park July 19-July 30

    Concerts In The Park, at Victoria Park Wednesday, July 19th, 7-9pm- Red, White and Ace.. If you enjoy the sounds of Gordon Lightfoot, John Prine, The Good Brothers, Crosby, Stills and Nash, you will love Red, White and Ace! Sunday, July 23rd, 2-4pm- Northline will be returning this summer to the series, Northline is a Country/Blues/50’s & 60’s/Rock and Roll band that features the talents of Hal Turner, HH Banks and Boo Lynne. Wednesday, July 26th, 7-9pm- The Usual Suspects - a local band who plays Rock & Roll and Classic/Southern Rock from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s from bands like The Hollies, Bruce Springsteen and The Beatles. Sunday, July 30th, 2-4pm- Justus 2.0 - a band of seasoned local musicians from the Lindsay and Peterborough areas. Performing a wide variety of music from The Beatles, Everly Brothers to Blue Rodeo and more modern country and rock.
  • Charity Golf Tournament July 27

    5 year old Taylor Welch was diagnosed with Spastic Quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy at 6 months of age. Taylor has been approved for a life changing surgery that will help her on her journey to walk. The procedure is only available in the USA and will cost the family approximately $150,000 in medical and travel expenses. Support Taylor’s Journey to Walk by playing in a Charity Golf Tournament Thursday July 27th at the Lindsay Golf & Country Club. 1pm Tee off time, rain or shine. $125 per player. Foursome format. Registration includes 18 holes of golf with cart and dinner. Plus amazing prizes and raffle items available to be won! Taylor’s one wish is that she might walk one day with her peers. Please help make Taylor’s dream come true! For more information, contact Andrea Nicholls at 705-982-2011 or email nicholls_andrea@yahoo.com.
  • Valentia Arts Festival July 29

    Come and join with the Valentia Community on Saturday, July 29th, from 10 a.m. and throughout the day as they Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with an Arts Festival showcasing the work of some 20 local Artists and Artisans - from 10 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Saturday only ... antique tractors, classic car and truck displays, antiques, quilt and spinning displays, Massage Therapist, a fully operating Blacksmith Shop, fiddlers, horse and wagon shuttle, childrens’ face painting, art tables as well as other activities and historical displays - NO ADMISSION. There will be musical entertainment throughout the day and evening featuring a variety of notable entertainers. A Saturday evening music concert in honour of Canada’s 150th Birthday will feature 50's, 60's and country music beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the evening concert are $15.00 in advance and are available at the Valentia General Store or by calling Karen Ramsay(705-786-2170). Our celebration weekend will conclude on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. with a combined Cemetery Decoration and Anniversary Service in the Sanctuary, followed by a luncheon and social gathering in the Hall.
  • Summer Psychic Fair July 29

    Bobcaygeon's 2nd Annual Summer Psychic Fair Saturday July 29th. From 11:00AM to 5:00PM http://bobcaygeonpsychicfair.com Canada 150 has given Boaters and Tourists even more reason to come to Bobcaygeon. Bobcaygeon's Lock 32 is free! And Psychic Medium Readers will be taking centre stage at the Henderson House where they will be conducting private mini-readings. Plus vendors, children's fairy zone, refreshments, and more! Don't miss out on this great opportunity to explore a variety of professional Psychic Mediums, Tea Leaf Readers, Astrologists, Healers, Talented Vendors and more at Bobcaygeon's biggest psychic event!
  • Norland Horticultural Society speaker Aug. 2

    Norland & Coboconk Horticultural Societies are hosting Miriam Goldberger, “Taming Wildflowers” on Wed., August 2 @ 1pm at Pioneer Baptist Church, Norland. For reservations please email louiseloree@gmail.com or call 705 454 3636. $10 at the door.
  • Quit Smoking Workshops Aug. 2, 16

    Smokers in Haliburton County and the City of Kawartha Lakes have opportunities in August to attend no-cost, quit-smoking workshops being offered in each of their communities. The Smoking Treatment for Ontario Patients (S.T.O.P.) Program provides smokers with five weeks of free nicotine patches, as well as educational material and other resources to help them quit. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is partnering with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) to bring the S.T.O.P. Program to the following locations: City of Kawartha Lakes on Wednesday, August 2 and in Haliburton County on Wednesday, August 16. To see if you are eligible, call the Health Unit at (705) 324-3569 or 1-866-888-4577.
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