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February 2016
February 1,8,22,29 (Mondays)
Medeba Rock Climbing Night
Time: 6 - 9pm
Location: Medeba
Join us at Medeba Monday nights (Feb 1 to March 14 excluding Family Day) between 6-9pm for some indoor rock climbing and bouldering. If you are trying this for the first time, or are experienced, we have a route for you! For families and individuals aged 5+. Get out of the cold and rock climb with us for $5 per person or $15 per family.
Website: www.medeba.com
Phone: 705-754-2444
Email: dan@medeba.com
February 2,9,16,23 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
February 3 (Wednesday)
Stories of the Fur Trade
Location: Haliburton
Stories of the Fur Trade Discover the fascinating world of Canada's and Haliburton County's oldest industry – the fur trade. Mike Buss, an 18th century fur trader, will share stories of those days gone by and show you an amazing collection of authentic trade goods and furs. Cost is $10/person. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local conservation organization.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 3-5 (Wed-Fri)
Adventures on Ice
Location: Haliburton
Chill out with this very cool winter adventure. Get high on winter with a fun and safe introduction to ice climbing. Lace up your skates for a glide around the lake or ice trail through the woods. Jig for the big one in a cozy ice fishing hut. These are the icy experiences that await you on this two night/three day package. You will stay in a comfy cabin on the shores of Boshkung or Mountain Lake.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoor@gmail.com
February 4,11,18,25 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
February 4,12,20,28
Make Peace with Winter - Ice Climbing
Location: Haliburton
Scale the Slippery Slope! Yours Outdoors offers ice climbing on a 50ft man-made wall with two different challenging climbs. With experienced instructors, Yours Outdoors staff on hand and safety equipment provided, you'll be in for a fun and unique outdoor experience. A warm hut and hot beverages will be provided.
Visit Website
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 7 (Sunday)
Haliburton Highlands Paddlers - Open House
Time: 1:30 pm
Location: Fish Hatchery 6712 Gelert Rd., Haliburton
Calling all Dragon Boaters: All ladies and gentlemen over age 14 are invited to participate in this new sport in the Highlands. Come to our Open House to find out what it is all about.
Phone: 754-9168
Email: elliarmstrong@sympatico.ca

February 2016
February 7,14,29
Walk into Winter - A Day Trip
Location: Haliburton
Take a walk on the wild side. Start your day with an introduction to snowshoes – history, types, techniques, and tips. After some practice you will head out on a wilderness walk to discover the ecology of winter and the finer points of winter travel and survival. You will also enjoy some good stories, warm hospitality, and a tasty bush lunch prepared over a campfire. Also available as a half day adventure.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 8-10 (Mon-Wed)
Jiggin' for the Big One
Location: Haliburton
Jiggin' for the Big One - An Ice Fishing Adventure: You will find something fishy about this adventure. This extra special ice fishing package will have you staying in comfy cabins on the shores of Boshkung Lake (or Mountain Lake) in the Haliburton Highlands, one of the most productive lake trout lakes in the region. In addition to ice fishing from a cozy ice hut you will learn the best techniques from an expert guide, gain insights into ecology of the lake you are fishing in and the biology of the trout with biologist, visit a local hatchery to discover Haliburton Gold, and enjoy hot lunches prepared by one of the Highlands best chefs and delivered to your ice hut. Do we have you hooked?
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 13 (Saturday)
Some Like it Hot: Glassblowing Workshop
Location: Haliburton
Fire up the kiln with Terry Craig and Jennifer Wanless-Craig of Artech Studios in Tory Hill for an introduction to the fine art of glassblowing. Inspired by the amazing work of these two talented artists, you will create your own unique pieces of glass art.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 13 (Saturday)
Winter Tracks & Signs
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Dahl Forest, 1307 Geeza Rd.
Join naturalist and outdoor educator Rick Whitteker on a tracksfamily-friendly hike through the pristine beauty of the Dahl Forest in winter. Together we'll seek out signs of wildlife activity, in the form of tracks, scat, and other clues. Rick is a wealth of information who loves to share his knowledge and enjoyment of the outdoors with kids and adults alike. Dress for the weather, and if you've got snow shoes, bring them along! Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Dahl Forest, 1307 Geeza Rd., Gelert, ON Leader: Rick Whitteker, outdoor educator
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca
February 13 (Saturday)
Walk into Winter - A Day Trip
Time: 9:30 am
Location: Haliburton
Take a walk on the wild side. Start your day with an introduction to snowshoes – history, types, techniques, and tips. After some practice you will head out on a wilderness walk to discover the ecology of winter and the finer points of winter travel and survival. You will also enjoy some good stories, warm hospitality, and a tasty bush lunch prepared over a campfire. Also available as a half day adventure.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca/packageinfo.php?id=33
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: info@yoursoutdoors.ca

February 2016
February 13 (Saturday)
Frost Festival
Location: Head Lake Park, Haliburton
Celebrating Winter in the Haliburton Highlands! Put on your layers. Come out with family and friends. Enjoy a full day of outdoor fun and recreation at Head Lake Park in Haliburton Village! Don't miss the annual Lions Club Polar Bear Challenge.
Website: www.frostfest.ca
Phone: 705-457-1740
Email: info@frostfest.ca
February 13 (Saturday)
Haliburton & District Lions Club Polar Bear Challenge
Time: 1.00 pm
Location: Head Lake Park, Haliburton
All proceeds to the Sick Kids Eye Clinic or the Haliburton Highlands Health Services Foundation ~ Saturday, February 13 2016 Registration 10:00 am -12:00 pm & Event starts at 1:00 pm. Pledge forms available at Cranberry Cottage, Haliburton Foodland, West Guildford Shopping Centre, Todd's Independent or online. Prizes awarded to the top individual pledge dollars and top team pledge dollars and also the best costumes. For my information, contact Lion Jim Frost at 705-457-4031.
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February 14 (Sunday)
Valentine's Day Dinner
Time: 4:30pm-8pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
Join us at Abbey Gardens for a unique Valentine's Day dinner you'll never forget! We will start the evening by trekking to the yurt on snowshoes where you'll enjoy a 3 course meal catered by Into the Blue Bakery paired with a selection of local craft beer from Haliburton Highlands Brewing. This is a rustic, outdoor-inspired dining experience for the local food and outdoor enthusiast. Visit our website for details and to register or contact cara@abbeygardens.ca. Cost is $75 per person, which includes appetizers, a 3 course meal, unlimited beer and wine with dinner, dessert, coffee and snowshoe rental.
Website: www.abbeygardens.ca
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca
February 16 (Tuesday)
Gone to Pot: Adventures in Clay
Location: Haliburton
In the Haliburton Highlands, famous for its world class studio tour, you will find potters practicing many styles and forms of ceramics. Join us for a day of discovery in the world of clay. On wheel and slab you will shape your own pottery creations, observe and try different techniques, and visit several pottery studios. You will even meet Hairy Potter. An inspiring day filled with great experiences, fun and food!
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 19 (Friday)
On the Trap Line
Location: Haliburton
Explore a vital part of Canada's History as you go back in History and learn from a 18th century Fur Trader or snowshoe along a modern day trap line.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
February 21 (Sunday)
Razzamataz Kids' Shows! presents "Everybody Loves Pirates"
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton High
Join us for an amazing show! Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers from Maine present "Everybody Loves Pirates", a light-hearted, funny story of a young girl named Lucy and her goofy friend, Little Chucky who discover a treasure map while fishing. They decide to set out on a quest to find their fortune. Unfortunately, they run into a group of bumbling pirates who try to thwart their efforts by stealing the treasure. Of course, it all works out in the end with some help from Chucky and Lucy's new ocean-dwelling friends, including Lobster Boy, Crabby and a wise Sea Monkey. Hilarious for all ages. $10 for adults, $7 for children over 2, Seasons passes for $24
Website: www.razzamataz.ca
Phone: 705-854-0728
Email: info@razzamataz.ca
February 22 (Monday)
Snowshoe under the Stars
Time: 7pm-9pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
s part of the Abbey Gardens Full Moon Series, people are invited to come and join staff on a full moon snowshoe! Meet at the Hub on Saturday February 22nd at 7:00pm and enjoy exploring the property under the stars until 9:00pm. Some snowshoes are available for rent. Spaces are limited so please register on line at www.abbeygardens.ca. Participation is by suggested donation of $10.00.
Website: www.abbeygardens.ca
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca

March 2016
March 7,14 (Mondays)
Medeba Rock Climbing Night
Time: 6 - 9pm
Location: Medeba
Join us at Medeba Monday nights (Feb 1 to March 14 excluding Family Day) between 6-9pm for some indoor rock climbing and bouldering. If you are trying this for the first time, or are experienced, we have a route for you! For families and individuals aged 5+. Get out of the cold and rock climb with us for $5 per person or $15 per family.
Website: www.medeba.com
Phone: 705-754-2444
Email: dan@medeba.com
March 1,8,15,22,29 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
March 3,10,17,24,31 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
March 5,12 (Saturday)
Make Peace with Winter - Ice Climbing
Location: Haliburton
Scale the Slippery Slope! Yours Outdoors offers ice climbing on a 50ft man-made wall with two different challenging climbs. With experienced instructors, Yours Outdoors staff on hand and safety equipment provided, you'll be in for a fun and unique outdoor experience. A warm hut and hot beverages will be provided.
Visit Website
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
March 6 (Sunday)
Fur and Flintlock
Location: Haliburton
Discover the fascinating world of Canada's and Haliburton County's oldest industry – the fur trade. This intriguing, thought provoking adventure takes you back into history with an 18th century fur trader. On snowshoes follow Mike Buss along Ten Mile Creek to a log cabin that has been set up as a trading post. You will hear stories of the fur trade as it was conducted in the late 18th century, and observe and handle reproduction trade goods. Mike will also demonstrate the use of some of these artifacts including flint and steel fire making, flintlock firearms and traps. The biology and ecology of fur bearing animals is interpreted in light of Native technologies and lifestyles and with regard of European market economics. Enjoy a traditional lunch of baked beans, bannock, wild rice and hot rum toddies. The round trip snowshoe hike to the cabin and back is approximately 2 km.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com

March 2016
March 9-11 (Wed-Fri)
Jiggin' for the Big One
Location: Haliburton
Jiggin' for the Big One - An Ice Fishing Adventure: You will find something fishy about this adventure. This extra special ice fishing package will have you staying in comfy cabins on the shores of Boshkung Lake (or Mountain Lake) in the Haliburton Highlands, one of the most productive lake trout lakes in the region. In addition to ice fishing from a cozy ice hut you will learn the best techniques from an expert guide, gain insights into ecology of the lake you are fishing in and the biology of the trout with biologist, visit a local hatchery to discover Haliburton Gold, and enjoy hot lunches prepared by one of the Highlands best chefs and delivered to your ice hut. Do we have you hooked?
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
March 15 (Tuesday)
March Break Program Day 1: Where is everybody?
Time: 10am-3pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
March is here … the month where winter and spring meet! But … Where is Everybody!?! Come to this fun day of exploring the natural hidden places of Abbey Gardens and let's find out where all its residents are and have been! The program runs from 10am-3pm, is suitable for ages 6-11 and includes physical activity, snacks, crafts and is led by an experienced educator. Contact irene@abbeygardens.ca or visit abbeygardens.ca to register. This is the first of a 3 day March break program. Register for one day for $25 or all three for $60!
Website: www.abbeygardens.ca
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca
March 16 (Wednesday)
March Break Program Day 2: Kids in the Kitchen at Abbey Gardens.
Time: 10am-3pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
We are what we eat … and what we do! Healthy eating can be fun, see how and use your own two hands as you have fun in the Abbey Gardens kitchen with Aaron Walker of Food for Kids! Also, we will take some time to play some games and enjoy the great outdoors! This program runs from 10am-3pm, is suitable for ages 6-11 and includes physical activity, snacks, crafts and is led by an experienced educator. Contact Irene@abbeygardens.ca or visit abbeygardens.ca to register. This is the second of a 3 day March break program. Register for one day for $25 or all three for $60!
Website: www.abbeygardens.ca
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca
March 17 (Thursday)
March Break Program Day 3: Earthwalk at Abbey Gardens
Time: 10am-3pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
Take a break for March Break! An Earthwalk is a unique sensory adventure that will re-awaken your senses and sharpen your perceptions of how nature works. Discover nature's subtleties at your feet and the magic of smell, sound and touch! Come and connect with our natural world! This program runs from 10am-3pm, is suitable for ages 6-11 and includes physical activity, snacks, crafts and is led by an experienced educator. Contact Irene@abbeygardens.ca or visit abbeygardens.ca to register. This is the third of a 3 day March break program. Register for one day for $25 or all three for $60!
Website: www.abbeygardens.ca
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca

March 2016
March 19 (Saturday)
Reptiles Road Show!
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Haliburton Fish Hatchery, 6712 Gelert Rd.
One of our most popular events of the year! The knowledgeable folks from Scales Nature Park will bring their highly acclaimed outreach program to Haliburton once again, with a selection of interesting snakes and turtles for us to see, touch, and learn about. It's a fascinating presentation, and a chance to get up close and personal with some amazing reptiles that most of us would never encounter in the wild. The show starts right at 1:00pm. This one sells out, so avoid disappointment and reserve your tickets in advance!
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca
March 23 (Wednesday)
Full Moon Yoga at Abbey Gardens!
Time: 7:00-8:30pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
"Yoga in the Yurt … Yogurt" is back for the Abbey Gardens' Full Moon Series! Come and join Lynda Shadbolt of Haliburton Yoga to celebrate the light of the moon by moving to some fun music. The class will be playful and easy ending in a lovely meditation. Participation is by suggested donation of $10.00 and will be at the yurt located beside the Haliburton Highlands Brewery. Spaces are limited. Visit Abbey Gardens' website, www.abbeygardens.ca to register.
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca
March 24 (Thursday)
Northwest Passage In Story & Song
Location: Haliburton
Northwest Passage - In Story & Song Join singer-songwriter David Newland for an evening of Arctic inspiration. David will share images, songs and stories from his trips with to Greenland, Labrador, and the Northwest Passage as a Zodiac driver with Adventure Canada. Cost is $10/person. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local conservation organization.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
March 25-27, 29-31
The Art and Syrup of Maple
Location: Haliburton
The sap is a runnin'. Experience the world of the maple tree and its bounty with this "sweet" three day adventure in the Haliburton Highlands. Discover the art and science of producing maple syrup by participating in traditional and modern day maple syrup operations, exploring a sugar bush on snowshoes, dining on maple cuisine, visiting Moon Shadow Estate Winery to taste their signature maple wine, indulging in a Maple Sugar spa foot treatment, and creating your own maple syrup pitcher and amber coloured glass art in a glassblowing workshop at Artech Studio. You will stay at the Inukshuk Manor B&B where your hosts, Brian and Dorothy Menton produce their own maple syrup. This package also features a house concert by Bethany Houghton (cello, violin/fiddle) and Ernie Demuth (guitar).
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com

April 2016
April 1-3, 8-10, 12-14
The Art and Syrup of Maple
Location: Haliburton
The sap is a runnin'. Experience the world of the maple tree and its bounty with this "sweet" three day adventure in the Haliburton Highlands. Discover the art and science of producing maple syrup by participating in traditional and modern day maple syrup operations, exploring a sugar bush on snowshoes, dining on maple cuisine, visiting Moon Shadow Estate Winery to taste their signature maple wine, indulging in a Maple Sugar spa foot treatment, and creating your own maple syrup pitcher and amber coloured glass art in a glassblowing workshop at Artech Studio. You will stay at the Inukshuk Manor B&B where your hosts, Brian and Dorothy Menton produce their own maple syrup. This package also features a house concert by Bethany Houghton (cello,violin/fiddle) and Ernie Demuth (guitar).
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
April 5,12,19,26 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
April 7,14,21,28 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
April 16 (Saturday)
Sounds of the Night: Owl Prowl!
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: meet at Zion United Church, East Rd., Carnarvon
Who goes "hoo" in the night? Join Haliburton naturalist Pauline Plooard and listen in the dark for owls calling. You will visit several locations on the Ontario Nocturnal Owl Survey route which she monitors for Bird Studies Canada. Owls are identified by their distinct calls. So listen and learn. Chances are good at this time of year that an owl or two might even be seen, as happened last year! Dress warmly, including your footwear, and bring a headlamp or flashlight. Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: West of Carnarvon and North of Minden. Meet at Zion United Church, 1021 East Rd., Carnarvon, ON at 8:00 p.m. where carpools will be arranged and directions provided. Leader: Pauline Plooard
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

April 2016
April 17 (Sunday)
Razzamataz Kids' Shows! presents "Queen of Colours"
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton High
Join us for an amazing bilingual show presented by Compagnie des Voisins. From Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Bucharest, Los Angeles, Vancouver to Haliburton: This enchanting world-wide hit has delighted audiences across the globe. The play blends shadow puppetry, live music, painting and video projection to create a magical event for the young and young at heart. Here, a bossy, bored little queen lives in a monochromatic universe until the court painter injects a painterly palate into her drab world revealing the emotional resonance of colour. $10 for adults, $7 for children over 2, Season passes for $24.
Website: www.razzamataz.ca
Phone: 705-854-0728
Email: info@razzamataz.ca
April 20 (Wednesday)
Tales of the Yukon
Location: Haliburton
Intrepid travelers Karl Hartwick and Bob Davis will take you to the Yukon by canoe to explore its geography, wildlife, people and scenery. Their eight week canoe trip on the rivers of the Yukon was an amazing adventure. Cost is $10/person. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a local conservation organization.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
April 21 (Thursday)
Stray Cats
Location: Haliburton
Explore the back roads of the Haliburton Highlands. This tour will take you through forests, farm and hamlet, and along the shores of rivers, lakes, and wetlands. You will discover the rich and diverse natural and cultural heritage of the Highlands. Who knows where we will go and what we find and do? The possibilities are endless - waterfall, art studio, historic site, hiking trail, good food, taste of local wine or beer, gardens, sculptures, home or farm visit, local characters, warm hospitality, and more.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com

April 2016
April 22 (Friday)
Sound Bath Concert
Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Abbey Gardens
Come and celebrate Earth Day with us at our last session of the Abbey Gardens' winter/spring Full Moon Series! Join Brahn of Yoga North for a soothing Sound Bath Concert from 7:30pm-8:30pm on Saturday April 22nd. A sound bath uses harmonious, vibrating sound energies generated from quartz crystal bowls to cleanse and relax the body. Be sure to bring a relaxing chair or yoga mat! Participation is by suggested donation of $10.00 and will be at the Yurt located beside the Haliburton Highlands Brewery. Spaces are limited so please register on line at www.abbeygardens.ca.
Phone: 705-754-4769
Email: cara@abbeygardens.ca
April 23 (Saturday)
Some Like it Hot: Glassblowing Workshop
Location: Haliburton
Fire up the kiln with Terry Craig and Jennifer Wanless-Craig of Artech Studios in Tory Hill for an introduction to the fine art of glassblowing. Inspired by the amazing work of these two talented artists, you will create your own unique pieces of glass art.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com
April 29 (Friday)
Gone to Pot: Adventures in Clay
Location: Haliburton
In the Haliburton Highlands, famous for its world class studio tour, you will find potters practicing many styles and forms of ceramics. Join us for a day of discovery in the world of clay. On wheel and slab you will shape your own pottery creations, observe and try different techniques, and visit several pottery studios. You will even meet Hairy Potter. An inspiring day filled with great experiences, fun and food!
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705-754-3436
Email: yoursoutdoors@gmail.com

May 2016
May 3,10,17,24,31 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
May 5,12,19,26 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca

May 2016
May 7 (Saturday)
Haliburton Concert Series presents "Back to Back"
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion
We are delighted to present Richard and Lauren Margison in concert. Many who have followed the Highlands Opera Studio have longed to hear Richard sing, and this is your chance! Styles will range from opera to folk. Don't miss this father-daughter duo, which will be accompanied by Jeremie Pelletier. This concert will only be sold as part of our annual three-concert subscription series. Contact June Smith at 705-457-3272 or june.smith705@gmail.com for tickets. Only $60 for 3 concerts, $25 for students.
Website: www.haliburtoncs.blogspot.com

May 2016
May 7 (Saturday)
Wild Leeks, Wild Edibles
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Abbey Gardens, 1012 Garden Gate Dr.
Explore the woods at Abbey Gardens and forage for wild edibles with food forester and wild epicurean Carolyn Langdon. We'll hike the trails and learn about sustainable harvesting of leeks and other forest edibles, and then come back to the kitchen to taste some homemade potato & leek soup. (Other foods will be available for purchase, too.)
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

June 2016
June 2,9,16,23,30 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
June 7,14,21,28 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca

June 2016
June 11 (Saturday)
Shoreline Naturalization & Wetland Walk
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Rotary Park, Minden
Did you know that only about 1% of the world's water is fresh and about 1/4 of that is in Canada? Natural shorelines help to keep our lakes healthy, contribute to overall water quality, and provide habitat for wildlife. So what does a natural shoreline look like? Come find out! Take a tour of the Minden Rotary Park shoreline naturalization project, followed by a hike on the Minden River Walk. We'll end back at Rotary Park, so bring a picnic lunch if you like. Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Meet at Minden's Rotary Park, we'll carpool to the River Walk, then return to Rotary Park Leader: Jim McHardy, Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners' Associations
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

June 2016
June 18 (Saturday)
Family Fly-Tying & Casting Workshop for Beginners
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Haliburton Fish Hatchery, 6712 Gelert Rd.
Fly fishing is an art and a sport all in one. Bring the kids, and learn how to tie a fly with volunteers from the Haliburton Highlands Fly Fishing Club. After tying a fly, step outside to the field and try your hand at casting a line. This event will have limited spaces due to materials and expert assistance so register early! Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association Fish Hatchery, 6712 Gelert Rd. Haliburton Leader: Steve Galea & Haliburton Fly Fishing Club Volunteers
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

July 2016
July 4 (Monday)
Butterfly Hunters!
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Ritchie Falls
Ramble around at Ritchie Falls in search of butterflies. Naturalist Thom Lambert knows the local butterflies: where to find them, how to identify them, and some interesting facts about butterfly habitat and habits. Some butterfly nets will be provided, but if you have your own, please bring them! Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult. Location: Ritchie Falls. Take Gelert Rd. to Ritchie Falls Rd., follow 2.8 km to the parking area
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

July 2016

July 2016

August 2016
August 2,9,16,23,30 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
August 4,11,18,25 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca


August 2016
August 20 (Saturday)
Woodland Wildlife Sanctuary Tour
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Woodland Wildlife Sanctuary, 2146 Duck Lake Rd.
Nestled into the forest right here in the Haliburton Highlands is a hidden gem, a sanctuary for sick, injured or abandoned wildlife. The Woodland Wildlife Sanctuary runs a volunteer-based, year-round rehabilitation centre that accepts all wild creatures in need of help, with the aim of releasing them back into their appropriate habitat. We are in for a rare treat, a chance to tour the facility, learn more about what the sanctuary does, and meet some of the wildlife in residence. They might even put us to work! Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Woodland Wildlife Sanctuary, 2146 Duck Lake Rd. Leader: Monika Melichar
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

August 2016

September 2016
September 6,13,20,27 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
September 1,8,15,22,29 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca

September 2016
September 24 (Saturday)
Haliburton Concert Series presents Michele Jacot
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton
We are thrilled that Michele Jacot, a talented and personable multi-instrumentalist, will be sharing her music with us. You'll hear her perform on clarinet, flute, piccolo, and saxophone. She'll be accompanied by the lovely Sonya Sim. An enchanting evening! Tickets are available from June Smith at 705-457-3272 or june.smith705@gmail.com. $30 for adults, $10 for students.
Website: www.haliburtoncs.blogspot.com

September 2016
September 24 (Saturday)
Logging History in Haliburton County
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Hawk Lake Log Chute, Big Hawk Lake Rd.
Haliburton County's heritage includes a robust logging industry. The Hawk Lake Log Chute is a man-made wooden trough, built in the late 1800's, and used regularly until the 1930's to transport logs over rough waterways. Though there were thousands of such chutes around Ontario, this is now the last of its kind. With the guidance of a volunteer from the Stanhope Museum, we'll take a tour of the Chute, and hike the surrounding trails. Dress for the weather, bring your camera, and pack a picnic lunch if you like. There are tables available near the riverside. Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Hawk Lake Log Chute (click here for a map), Big Hawk Lake Rd., Carnarvon Leader: Bill Forbes, Stanhope Heritage Discovery Museum This event is part of the Hike Haliburton Festival!
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

October 2016
October 1 (Saturday)
Meet Our Moose!
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve, 1095 Redkenn Rd.
Moose are the largest members of the deer family, and can grow as tall as 6 ½ feet from hoof to shoulder! Come out to the Haliburton Forest for a talk about basic moose biology and life history, moose diseases and parasites, their intriguing morphology, moose distribution, management, and why moose populations are declining. Then we'll take a walk to meet and feed Hershe, the Forest's resident moose. Cost: $5 per adult, kids free with paid adult Location: Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve Ltd. 1095 Redkenn Rd., Haliburton Leader: Peter Schleifenbaum, owner & manager, Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve Ltd.
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca
Phone: 705-457-3700
Email: admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca

October 2016
October 4,11,18,25 (Tuesdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club(beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca
October 6,13,20,27 (Thursdays)
Squash House League
Time: 7:30
Location: Highlands Squash Club (beside curling club)
Open house squash every Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30.
Website: squash.wwwssr2.supercp.com
Phone: 754-3903
Email: info@mysquash.ca

October 2016
October 30 (Sunday)
Haliburton Concert Series presents Sheng Cai
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton
Sheng Cai is a young piano virtuoso who debuted with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra when he was just 15. Now in his 20s, he has won competitions and performed around the world. We are delighted to welcome him to Haliburton where he will delight us with works by Beethoven, Chopin, Albeniz, and Shostakovich. Tickets are available from June Smith at 705-457-3272 or june.smith705@gmail.com. $30 for adults, $10 for students.
Website: www.haliburtoncs.blogspot.com

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Ongoing Events
Haliburton Highlands Bridge Clubs
Tuesdays - Halls Lake and Minden
Wednesdays & Fridays - Haliburton
Location: Halls Lake, Minden, Haliburton
Tuesdays 12pm at Club 35, Halls Lake (until 2015-10-12, then Mondays); Tuesdays 9am at Minden United Church; Wednesdays 1pm at Parkland Apartments, Haliburton; Fridays 1pm at Echo Hills Apartments, Haliburton.
Website: www.hhbl.weebly.com
Movie Day
2nd Thursday of every month
Time: 1:30pm
Location: Minden United Church
Community Care Haliburton County is putting on a "Movie Day" for seniors in partnership with the Minden United Church. This "Movie Day" will take place the 2nd Thursday of every month starting at 1:30pm. We will be showing numerous genres of movies as well as providing popcorn and refreshments. This event is by donation only. We hope to see you all there.
Phone: (705) 457-2941
Email: laura@cchaliburton.com
Roving Lunch Club
1st Friday of every month
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Haliburton County
Come join us for a culinary tour of the Haliburton Highlands. Our Roving Lunch Club will let you explore restaurants in the Highlands with reasonably priced fixed menus and have a social meal out with new and old friends. This lunch will take place the 1st Friday of every month at a different restaurant every time at 12:00pm. Contact us today to find out more about this new Club.
Website: communitycarehaliburton.com
Phone: 705-457-2941
Email: laura@cchaliburton.com
Shepherd's Table Community Supper
First & Third Friday of every month
Time: 5:30
Location: Lakeside Church
Stretch Your Grocery Dollars! On the first and third Friday of each month, come enjoy a free and delicious supper at 5:30, Lakeside Church. Warm & friendly atmosphere, everyone welcome! 9 Park Street, Haliburton, ON. To volunteer, call 705-457-5399.
Phone: 705-457-2851
Email
Overcomers Recovery Support Group
Wednesdays at 7 pm
Location: 1 Victoria St #107, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0
Presented by Zechariah 4:6 Ministries Inc.
(Reg. Charity # 808980213RR0001)
LOCAL: Jericho Centre, Overcomers Recovery Support Groups, Community Prayer, Prison Ministry, Christmas for Kids
PROVINCIAL: Leadership training for Overcomers Groups.
INTERNATIONAL: Jamaica, Dominican Republic.
Website: www.recoverysupport.org
Phone: 705-457-3107
Email: info@zechariah4v6.com
Short Story Evenings
2nd Thursday of the month
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Dominion Hotel in Minden
HHWEN member Shawn Chamberlin has invited us to present regular Short Story Evenings at the Dominion Hotel in Minden. On Thursday, March 12, 2009 – and on the second Thursday of each month thereafter – local writers will take to the stage, beginning at 7:00 p.m., to read their own original short stories to an appreciative audience at the Dominion. Open to the public; no cover, no minimum. A mike will be available for those who want to use it. For more info, please contact Marjorie Ludlow Green at 286-2592 or marjorie.ludlow-green @sympatico.ca.
Website: www.haliburtonwriters.ca
Weekly Euchre Night
Tuesdays, 7-10pm
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: West Guilford Recreation Centre
Euchre players welcome every Tuesday night from 7:00 - 10:00 pm. Snacks and refreshments served after games finished. The hall is air conditioned and wheelchair accessible. For more info call Bill/Myra Marshall, 754-1457.
Email: carolstamp@sympatico.ca
Tea at 3
Wednesdays, 3:00pm
Starts October 25, 2006. Every Wednesday for adults who like to talk about ART and drink tea. FREE. Rails End Gallery.
Art Club for Kids
Tuesdays, 3:30-5pm
Held every Tuesday after school starting September 26, 2006, at the Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden. $5 per child. Recommended for children with a strong interest in art. We will be working with the fundamentals of drawing and other media. There will be occasional visits from professional artists showing their work and how it is made. All materials supplied. Register by calling 705-286-3763.
Story Circle
Wednesdays, 11:30am
Gooderham Branch of the Haliburton County Public Library.
Writing Circles
Various Times & Locations
Writers in the county get together with other writers to offer and receive advice and encouragement. There are currently six different writing circles which you can take part in. Visit the website of the Haliburton Highlands Writers' and Editors' Network for more information: www.haliburtonwriters.ca/circles.php
Legion Activities
Sundays, 12pm - 6pm
Various activities at Haliburton Legion Branch 129. Pool tables, shuffleboard, darts. Why not get a couple of friends together and come down to play some cards? Euchre and cribbage are always crowd favourites.
Legion Meat Draw
Fridays, 4:30pm
Draws every 30 min. Six great prizes per draw. Thirty prizes in total during the evening. Come on out, buy a ticket and you could be a winner!!! And HELP TO SUPPORT YOUR LEGION!!!!!
Ontario Early Years Centres
Drop-in
Crafts, circle time and fun!
Haliburton (457-2989): Tue, Wed & Thu 9:30am-2pm. and Sat 10:30am-1pm.
Minden (286-1770): Tue, Wed & Thu 9:30am-2pm. and Sat 10:30am-1pm. Monday night supper program, 3:30-6:30pm, $4 per family. Call 286-1770 to register.
Gooderham Library Story Circle
Wednesdays at 11:30am
Pine St. in downtown Gooderham. Call 457-2241 or 447-3163.

Ongoing Events
Squash Club Open House
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Highlands Squash Club
Why not come out and give squash a try? We have an open house every Tuesday & Thursday from 7:30 - 9:00pm. Lessons and equipment can be provided. Just bring a non-marking pair of running shoes. Located in same building as Curling Club, beside the arena in Haliburton.
Website: highlands-squash-club.com
Phone: 705-286-5085
Email: donaldgage@gmail.com
Friends of the Haliburton County Public Library's Minden Hills Branch Library Book Nook Sales
1st & 3rd Thu., November to May
Time: 12-4 pm
Location: Minden Hills Branch Library's Book Nook
Open every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm from November to May. Gently used books from $.50 to $2.00.
Website: www.haliburtonlibrary.ca
Phone: 705-457-2064
Email: celtic.cross@sympatico.ca
Country Music Jamboree
Second Sunday of every month
Location: S.G. Nesbitt Arena Minden
The Country Music Jamboree will take place on the second Sunday of every month except July and August, from 1pm to 5pm. This event is hosted by the Country Hot Flashes, and the Cold Shoulders. Anyone who sings and/or plays country, is invited to share your talent during the open mic section of the program. There will also be an old fashioned square dance or two. There is an open mic draw, spot dances, and a door prize. The admission is only $7.00 at the door. The Minden Lioness will serve the food and the cost is very reasonable. Proceeds will go to those in need in the community. If you have a talent to share, or if you just plain love Country Music, You will enjoy this event. Please mark the second Sunday of the month on your calendar, and plan to attend.
Phone: 705-286-1544
Email
Hatchery Tours
Monday - Friday
Time: 10:00 - 3:00
Location: 6712 Gelert Rd, Haliburton
We have tours during the day, during the week. Just come in and Marnie will take you on a tour. The only cost is a donation if you can afford it. Great for the kids.
Website: hhoa.on.ca
Phone: 705-457-9664
Email
The Art Hive Crafty Girls Club
3rd Thursday of the month
$5 for Art Hive members, $10 for non-members. Refreshments included. The Art Hive, 10239 Hwy. 118, 705-754-0021
Canadian Federation of University Women-Haliburton Highlands
3rd Thursday of the month, Sep-Jun
At monthly meetings held at Fleming College on the third Thursday of the month, Sept to June, at 7:00pm, members enjoy informative speakers on a wide range of topics. Friendships are developed and members continue to learn through interest groups, such as Book Clubs, Cuisine Groups, Bridge Groups and a Gardening Group. Two fundraising events a year enable our members to raise money to further the purpose of CFUW-HH. For more information please call 705-447-2402. See also www.cfuw.org.
Women's Golf
LADIES: Join the Haliburton Highlands Women's Golf League. 9 and 18 hole schedules are available to choose from.
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Community Drumming/Rhythm Circle
Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
With Barry 'BAZZA' Hayward at the Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre, York Street, Haliburton. No Hand Drumming Experience Necessary! (a limited number of instruments available). Bring any hand-drums or percussion instruments you have. Experience RHYTHMANIA-Create community, shed inhibitions, release your passion, and celebrate life through rhythm. An all ages, accessible, family-friendly event. Admission by $5 donation (Pay What You Can/PWYC policy in place). For information contact Bazza at 705-457-4619 or hayward6@sympatico.ca.
Kinmount Farmers' Market
Saturdays (May to Thanksgiving)
Vendors will be selling vegetables, strawberries, baked goods, gourmet goodies, preserves, herbs, honey, organic beef and lamb, maple syrup and much more. Austin Sawmill Heritage Park, Saturdays 9:00-2:00. 488-1307
Open Mike Nite
Last Saturday of every month
8:00pm at the Dominion Hotel, Main St. Minden. No Cover. Open to all forms of entertainment: music, comedy, magic, poetry, etc. For more information, call 705-286-5035 or email shawn@light.on.ca.
Open Stage at the Hair Lounge
2nd Saturday of every month
Come and just listen or perform. All ages are welcome. The music starts at 8:00pm. 9271 Hwy.118, just east of Hwy.35 in Carnarvon. 705-457-7587 or 705-489-1963.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Is your life affected by someone else's drinking? Either your child, your parent, your spouse or your friend? To help them, you have to help yourself first. For local Al-Anon meeting information, call 705-754-3805.
Haliburton Highlands Prostate
Cancer Support Group
For meeting information, contact Rick Ratcliff at 286-6699 or leacliff@sympatico.ca.
Academic Upgrade Programme
Mon. to Thu. Mornings
Sir Sandford Fleming College is offering free classes in Haliburton & Minden. They will assist with transportation and childcare costs, if needed. Do you know someone who does not have Grade 12 or needs to upgrade their skills for work or college? Please call Katherine at 705-457-4562 or come to Victoria St. School in Haliburton Mon to Thurs mornings.


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Ongoing Events
Folk Society Open Stage
2nd Saturday of the month
Time: 8:00pm
Location: Haliburton Museum
Join us every month at the Haliburton Museum for the Haliburton County Folk Society's Open Stage. It's always the 2nd Saturday of the month. A different host and featured performer is on the stage each month. Come and sing a few songs, tell a story, recite some poetry or just come and listen. Admission is by donation. Refreshments available.
Website: haliburtonfolk.com
Phone: 705-286-5085
Email: donaldgage@gmail.com
Parent/Tot Kindergym
Wednesdays
Time: 10:00am-10:40am
Location: Haliburton Dance Arts, Inc. Maple Ave.
Come out and join our Parent/tot Kindergym class! It's a great place for toddlers 18 months-4 years to be introduced to gymnastics and creative movement! With lots of gym equipment to create an indoor playground (great during the cold winter months!) and 1600 sq feet of space...we've got it all! Drop in every Wednesday 10am-10:40am with Baby Ballet following straight after from 10:45am-11:15am. Classes are $10.00 each.
Website: www.haliburtondancearts.com
Phone: 705-754-0007
Email: haliburtondance@sympatico.ca
Baby Ballet
Wednesdays
Time: 10:45am-11:15am
Location: Haliburton Dance Arts, Inc. Maple Ave.
Every Wednesday we have a Baby Ballet class for ages 18 months-4 years following our Parent/Tot Kindergym class. Bring your little one for a fun class of creative movement and rhythm! Classes are drop in every Wednesday morning from 10:45-11:15am $10.00/class See you at the dance studio! Don't forget your tutu!
Website: www.haliburtondancearts.com
Phone: 705-754-0007
Email: haliburtondance@sympatico.ca
Community Prayer
Tuesdays at 7 pm
Location: Jericho Centre, 50 York St. Haliburton, Room #5
Presented by Zechariah 4:6 Ministries Inc.
(Reg. Charity # 808980213RR0001)
LOCAL: Jericho Centre, Overcomers Recovery Support Groups, Community Prayer, Prison Ministry, Christmas for Kids
PROVINCIAL: Leadership training for Overcomers Groups.
INTERNATIONAL: Jamaica, Dominican Republic.
Website: www.recoverysupport.org
Phone: 705 457-2019 H.457-3107
Email
Video - Environmental Link to Breast Cancer
Location: Your Home
EXPOSURE Video. Environmental Links to Breast Cancer. Raising awareness of the connection between health and our environment, particularly between breast cancer and environmental toxins. Hosted by Olivia Newton-John. Book a casual in home video showing for your friends. This is not a sales event. As a courtesy to attendees this is a no scent event (includes perfumes, personal care and laundry scents)
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Phone: 705-455-9456
Email
Video - Toxic Trespass
Location: Your Home
Raising awareness of the connection between your children�s health and our environment. Book a casual in home video showing for your friends. This is not a sales event. As a courtesy to attendees this is a no scent event (includes perfumes, personal care and laundry scents). In Toxic Trespass, intrepid filmmaker Barri Cohen launches an investigation into the effects of the chemical soup around us. She starts with her 10-year-old daughter, whose blood carries carcinogens like benzene and the long-banned DDT. Then, Cohen heads out to Windsor and Sarnia: Canadian toxic hotspots, with startling clusters of deadly diseases. The filmmaker journeys into toxic nightmares all too common in industrialized countries. She meets passionate activists working for positive change, along with doctors and scientists who see evidence of links between environmental pollution and health problems. And she learns how quickly barriers can go up sometimes, when authorities are questioned about the connection between toxins and serious health problems. This film is essential viewing for anyone concerned about the effects of pollutants on our � and our children�s � very DNA.
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Phone: 705-455-9456
Email
Brushstrokes - Artists' Paint-Out
3rd Tuesday of the month
Highland Grove Community Centre, 10 am to 4 pm. Bring your own art supplies, easel, resource photos. Pack a bag lunch and come paint with other local artists. There is no instruction involved and no cost to participate. For more information, call Linda Middleton 705-448-9397 or email: info@crystalimagestudio.com. Have Fun Painting - Share & Learn
Pool League
Tuesday evenings
Open to all. Call 705-286-5035 for details. Dominion Hotel, Main St. Minden.
Euchre - Thursdays 7:30 pm
Cribbage - Mondays 7:30 pm
Please come and join in at the Legion Branch 636 in Minden. Everyone is welcome.
Cloggers
Mondays 7pm
An invitation is extended to energetic individuals who want to come out for some good exercise and lots of fun. Come out and join the Cloggers at the Lloyd Watson Centre in Wilberforce. Clogging is an authentic and distinctive form of folk dancing for all ages - guys and gals, young and old. The cost is only $1.00.
Legion Lunches
Mon-Sat 12:00-2:00pm
The Ladies of Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 636 Minden will be serving lunches daily. The cost is $4.25 for daily specials plus a regular menu is available. Everyone is welcome.
The Red Hats of Haliburton County
3rd Wednesday of each month
For women over 50. Luncheons at various locations. For more information, contact Barb Morrow at 457-9595 or Julia Graf at 754-4957. To find out more about the Red Hat Society, visit www.redhatsociety.com.
Quilt Guild
2nd Wednesday of each month
Sewing and quilting 9:30am-4pm at Camp Adelaide. Meeting starts at 1:00pm.
Also on the fourth Tuesday of the month, a day of needlework at Club 35 north of Minden, $2. New members and guests are always welcome. For more information, contact Yvonne Taylor at 286-4905.
Community Care
Seniors Events
For seniors 55+ or physically disabled adults 18+. Contract Bridge on Mondays at 1pm. Bid Euchre on Thursdays at 1pm. Cribbage on Fridays at 1pm. Aquasize on Mon & Wed 9:30-11:30am Sept-May. Call Ida at 457-2941. Community Care Haliburton County is the new name for Haliburton County Home Support Services.

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