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January 2015
January 5 (Monday)
Make Peace with Winter: One Day Sampler
Location: Haliburton
Try a little winter. Embrace the winter wonders of the Haliburton Highlands with a sampler of unique, fun, and active experiences including your choice of dogsledding, ice fishing, ice climbing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, skating, tobogganing, and a sleigh ride. This fully guided package is available with or without accommodation
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705.754.3436
Email: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 7 (Wednesday)
Keepers of the Muse - The Writers' Collective of Highlands East Launch Night!
Time: 7pm-9:30pm
Location: 12944 County Rd. 503 Tory Hill
Keepers of the Muse The Writers' Collective of Highland's East Tory Hills' First Non-Profit Writer's Club! Launch Night! Writers' Wanted - You're Invited - Bring A Guest! Come Celebrate Launch Night With Us! Join us for an evening of celebration, socializing and being with others who also see the beauty in the written word! January 7, 2015 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Come out and meet the Founders. Speeches - Question & Answer - Refreshments! 12944 County Rd. 503, Tory Hill, Ontario Let's Put Tory Hill on the Map! Meetings are held in a quaint cabin, located in Tory Hill the First and Third Wednesday of the Month, excluding Holidays. No meetings during the Summer. Final meeting June 3rd, 2015, return on September 16th 2015. 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Visitors are always Welcome! Are you just curious, or maybe you just want to test the waters? Simply drop in on Launch Night, or a meeting night and introduce yourself.
Website: www.keepersofthemuse.ca
Email: kathleen@keepersofthemuse.ca
January 9 (Friday)
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: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 10 (Saturday)
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: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 10 (Saturday)
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: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 11 (Sunday)
Country Music Jamboree
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Location: Coboconk Ontario
Country Music Jamboree Coboconk Royal Canadian Legion Coboconk Ontario January 11, 2015 1pm to 5pm Hosted by the Country Hot Flashes Traditional Country Music, squaredancing and Open Mic Admission- $7.00 ($5) if you participate in Open Mic Food Available This event takes place the second Sunday of every month Guaranteed Good Time
Phone: 705-286-1544
Email: lindamuggins@hotmail.com
January 11 (Sunday)
"James Hill and Anne Janelle: All Aboard the Ukulele Train"
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton High
Presented by Razzamataz Kids' Shows! Equal parts disarming, captivating and mind-blowing: Ukulele master James Hill has four genre-bending albums to his name and a fan-base that spans the globe. His inventiveness and passion for sharing music through this fun, kid-sized instrument makes him an instant hit for all ages. Anne Janelle sweetens Hills sound with seamless harmony vocals and cello lines. This duo is certain to delight and surprise. Razzamataz Kids' Shows! are made possible in part by grants from the Ontario Arts Council and Department of Canadian Heritage
Website: www.razzamataz.ca
Phone: 705-854-0728
Email: info@razzamataz.ca

January 2015
January 17 (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.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705.754.3436
Email: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 17 (Saturday)
Country Music Show
Time: 4pm to 7pm
Location: Royal Canadian Legion Haliburton
Country Music Show - Traditional Country music with The Country Hot Flashes, with guest musicians Gerald VanHalteran, and Biff Rider. Guest appearances by Gary and Peg Waters, Gravenhurst and Dorothy Hillman, Bracebridge. No Cover Charge. Food available by Ladies Auxiliary
Phone: 705-286-1544
Email: lindamuggins@hotmail.com
January 18 (Sunday)
Beginning to Draw Part 2
Time: 1.30-3.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Sunday January 18, 25 and February 1, 8 Beginning to Draw Part 2 Adults 1:30-3:30 pm Instructor: Laurie O'Reilly Each week will be a new lesson and a project aimed at helping you build your analysis and mark making skills. Using still life, floral set ups and possibly a model; Work on texture, blocking in, and the steps required to bring a drawing from sketch through to completion. All experiences will allow you to move forward at your own speed in a supportive yet challenging environment. Cost: $100 (there will be an opportunity to buy a drawing set for $12 from the instructor if you are interested).
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
January 18 (Sunday)
Make Peace with Winter: One Day Sampler
Location: Haliburton
Try a little winter. Embrace the winter wonders of the Haliburton Highlands with a sampler of unique, fun, and active experiences including your choice of dogsledding, ice fishing, ice climbing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, skating, tobogganing, and a sleigh ride. This fully guided package is available with or without accommodation
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705.754.3436
Email: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 19 (Monday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: Zion United Church, 1021 East Road (Hwy 35 and Hwy 118), Carnarvon
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough
January 20 (Tuesday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 10:00am to 12:00 noon
Location: Zion United Church, 1021 East Road, (Hwy 35 and Hwy 118) Carnarvon
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough
January 21 (Wednesday)
Hanging Out In The Garden
Time: 6.30pm-9.00pm
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Hanging Out In The Garden Youth & Adults 6:30 – 9:00 pm Instructor: Sharon Lynch Make a clay planter to hang on your garden fence, porch or deck is easy and fun. Add colour and modelling details to make it truly personal. Planters are fired twice, clear glazed and ready for pick-up two weeks later. Cost: $35 includes materials fee
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
January 21 (Wednesday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Location: Lloyd Watson Centre, 2249 Loop Road, Wilberforce, ON
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough
January 21 (Wednesday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Haliburton United Church, 10 George Street (off Pine Street)
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough

January 2015
January 22 (Thursday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 10:00am to 12:00 noon
Location: Kinmount Galway Hall, 579 Galway Road, Kinmount, Ontario K
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough
January 22 (Thursday)
Fung Loy KoK Taoist Tai Chi Open House
Time: 10:00am to 12:00 noon
Location: Haliburton United Church, 10 George Street (off Pine Street
Please join us for a demonstration and an introduction to the 108 moves of Taoist Tai Chi Cultivating the Spirit for Better Health Benefits of Taoist Tai Chi Reduced Stress, Increased Strength, Increased Flexibility, Improved Posture, Improved Balance, Improved Circulation, Improved General Well Being
Website: Taoist.org/peterborough
January 24 (Saturday)
Signs in the Snow
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Dahl Forest, 1307 Geeza Rd., Gelert
We will meet at the Dahl Forest, where a member of the Minden Fur Harvesters will take us out for a hike and point out the various signs of animal activity in the winter forest. Bring your snowshoes and dress for the weather!
Leader: Paul Arkwright, Minden Fur Harvesters.
Cost: $5.00 per person. Children attend free with paid adult. Please register in advance of this event (link below). Nature in the 'Hood programs are an invitation to people of all ages to come explore and enjoy the natural world around them in the Haliburton Highlands! We would like to acknowledge the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation and the Haliburton Highlands Stewardship Council for providing a portion of the funds to provide these programs.
Website: www.haliburtonlandtrust.ca/events-programs-2/nature-in-the-hood/event-registration/
Phone: (705) 457-3700
Email: e.d@haliburtonlandtrust.ca
January 24 (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.
Website: www.yoursoutdoors.ca
Phone: 705.754.3436
Email: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 25 (Sunday)
Beginning to Draw Part 2
Time: 1.30-3.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Sunday January 18, 25 and February 1, 8 Beginning to Draw Part 2 Adults 1:30-3:30 pm Instructor: Laurie O'Reilly Each week will be a new lesson and a project aimed at helping you build your analysis and mark making skills. Using still life, floral set ups and possibly a model; Work on texture, blocking in, and the steps required to bring a drawing from sketch through to completion. All experiences will allow you to move forward at your own speed in a supportive yet challenging environment. Cost: $100 (there will be an opportunity to buy a drawing set for $12 from the instructor if you are interested).
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
January 28 (Wednesday)
Face It
Time: 6.30pm-9.00pm
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Wednesday January 28: Face It Youth & Adults 6:30 – 9:00 pm Instructor: Sharon Lynch Make an expressive face in stoneware clay, as real or unreal as you like, to accent your garden's mood or display indoors or out. Some faces are adaptable to water features and this will be discussed as well. Faces are fired twice, clear glazed and ready for pick-up two weeks later. Cost: $35 includes materials fee
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
January 29 (Thursday)
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: info@yoursoutdoors.ca
January 31 (Saturday)
David Francey in Concert
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion
EVENT CANCELLED

February 2015
February 1 (Sunday)
Beginning to Draw Part 2
Time: 1.30-3.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Sunday January 18, 25 and February 1, 8 Beginning to Draw Part 2 Adults 1:30-3:30 pm Instructor: Laurie O'Reilly Each week will be a new lesson and a project aimed at helping you build your analysis and mark making skills. Using still life, floral set ups and possibly a model; Work on texture, blocking in, and the steps required to bring a drawing from sketch through to completion. All experiences will allow you to move forward at your own speed in a supportive yet challenging environment. Cost: $100 (there will be an opportunity to buy a drawing set for $12 from the instructor if you are interested).
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
February 7 (Saturday)
Snowmobile Poker Run
Time: 8 am - 5 pm
Location: Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve, 1095 Redkenn Road, Haliburton
This popular fundraising event is now in its 26th year and has raised more than $150,000 for a local charity. Participants ride the trails from shelter cabin to shelter cabin collecting tokens along the way. These shelter cabins provide a wonderful opportunity to warm up, share a story with a friend and have a warm coffee, hot chocolate or even a plate of pancakes. At the end of the day tokens are turned in for a draw of a Poker hand. This year's grand prize is a brand new snowmobile. All proceeds will go to the Haliburton Firefighers Association. Fee: $70.00 per person plus HST Included: Day pass to the Haliburton Forest snowmobile trails
Website: www.haliburtonforest.com
Phone: 705 754-2198
Email: reservations@haliburtonforest.com
February 7 (Saturday)
Nuno Felting Workshop
Time: 10-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Nuno Felting Workshop Adult/ Teen 10:00-4:00 pm Instructor: Sue MacDonald Create a beautiful light weight scarf using merino and silk Cost: $55 full day plus material cost to teacher on the day. (You choose how much you want to spend approximately $12-$30)
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
February 8 (Sunday)
Beginning to Draw Part 2
Time: 1.30-3.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Sunday January 18, 25 and February 1, 8 Beginning to Draw Part 2 Adults 1:30-3:30 pm Instructor: Laurie O'Reilly Each week will be a new lesson and a project aimed at helping you build your analysis and mark making skills. Using still life, floral set ups and possibly a model; Work on texture, blocking in, and the steps required to bring a drawing from sketch through to completion. All experiences will allow you to move forward at your own speed in a supportive yet challenging environment. Cost: $100 (there will be an opportunity to buy a drawing set for $12 from the instructor if you are interested).
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca

February 2015
February 8 (Sunday)
Country Music Jamboree
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Location: Coboconk, Ontario
Country Music Jamboree Coboconk Legion, Host Band is the Country Hot Flashes with Scott Russell and Ron Lister. Open Mic......Old fashioned squaredancing Admission- $7.00 $(5 if you participate in Open Mic). Support the Legion and enjoy an afternoon of traditional Country Music. Food available. This event takes place every second Sunday of the month.
Phone: 705-286-1544
Email: lindamuggins@hotmail.com
February 11 (Wednesday)
Sculptured Ceramic Jewellery Part 1 & 2
Time: 6.30pm-9.00pm
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Wednesday February 11 and 18 Sculptured Ceramic Jewellery Part 1 & 2 Youth and Adults 6:30 – 9:00 pm Instructor: Sharon Lynch If you can imagine it, you can sculpt it in clay and turn it into a broach, earrings and pendant that are as individual as you are. Flowers, birds, fish, zombies - come with your ideas and I'll show you how surprisingly easy working in clay can be! Part 1: Make Them: Basic techniques for forming and attaching are shown. Part 2: Add Colour: Now fired, colourful under-glazes make your creation come alive. Pieces get a final firing in the potter's home studio. Jewellery will be ready for pick up Jan. 28. Cost: $70. for both parts, includes materials fee.
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
February 14 (Saturday)
Frost Festival
Location: Head Lake Park, Haliburton
Celebrating Winter in the Haliburton Highlands! Dress in your most comfortable Haliburton winter attire and come out with family and friends and 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, a fundraiser for the Sick Kids Eye Project.
Website: www.frostfest.ca
Phone: 705-457-1740
Email: info@frostfest.ca
February 14 (Saturday)
Haliburton & District Lions Club Polar Bear Challenge at the Haliburton Frost Festival 2015
Time: Registration 10-12, Plunge 1pm
Location: Haliburton, Head Lake Park
Pledge forms located at Cranberry Cottage, Haliburton Foodland, Todds Independent Grocers and West Guilford Shopping Centre or on the website at http://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/haliburtonon/index.php Pledges can be donated to the Sick Kids Eye Project or HHHSF Palliative Care Wing. COME AND VISIT OUR BBQ TENT AT THE EVENT FOR TASTY TREATS
Visit Website
Email: haliburtonlions@gmail.com
February 14 (Saturday)
In Search of the Elusive Wolf
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve
This one-day snowshoe experience will take guests into Wolf Country with Haliburton Forest's biologist Ray Martin. Participants will spend the day on snowshoes exploring some of the remote areas in the forest looking for evidence of wolves, their habitat, ecology and interaction with other forest dwellers. Visitors will gain an insight and better understanding of winter ecology in general and the appreciation for survival of the top predator in this hostile environment in particular. A special focus of the outing will be the interaction between wolves and their various prey. Midway through the day, guests will enjoy a campfire lunch in the quiet of the winter forest. Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Fee: $55.00 per adult plus HST, $35.00 per youth plus HST Included: Lunch and snowshoe rentals Fine Print: Youth must be able to spend an active day outside. We do encourage those with snowshoes to bring their own. For more information or to register please call 705-754-2198.
Website: www.haliburtonforest.com
Phone: 705-754-2198
Email: reservations@haliburtonforest.com

February 2015
February 17 (Tuesday)
Fire and Ice
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Location: Minden Hills Cultural Centre
Fire and Ice is an adult (19+) evening event which is part of the day long Winterfest Celebration, taking place on Sunday February 15. Fire and Ice involves a number of activities, including a spicy food challenge to local restaurants, wood-fired pizza, and slushies. A scotch, ice wine, and local beer tasting event will also be offered. Tickets for the tastings are $25 per person for 4 one ounce tastes of your choice. These tickets are only necessary for the tasting and need to be pre-purchased. Call or visit the Agnes Jamieson Gallery 705-286-3763 to secure your tickets.
Website: mindenhills.ca/cultural-centre/
Phone: 705-286-3763
Email: gallery@mindenhills.ca
February 20-21 (Fri-Sat)
Dorset Snowball Winter Carnival **25th Anniversary!**
Location: 1051 Main Street, Dorset, Ontario
Dorset Snowball Skating Party (or Dance Party at the Rec, weather depending) on Friday, February 20 starting at 6pm. KJ Chris will be providing fantastic music! Hot dogs and hot chocolate provided by the Dorset Recreation Committee. Donations appreciated. 25th Annual Dorset Snowball Winter Carnival with indoor / outdoor family events, entertainment and activities all day on Saturday, February 21 starting at 8:00am with the Muskoka Shrine Club Hillbilly All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast. Check out website below for more information.
Website: www.dorsetsnowball.com
Phone: 705-766-9968
Email: recreation@algonquinhighlands.ca
February 22 (Sunday)
"The Mask Messenger" a production of Faustwork Mask Theatre
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton High
Presented by Razzamataz Kids' Shows! The Mask Messenger is a tour de force solo performance that utilizes theatre, physical comedy, quick-change artistry, and masked transformations in a series of vignettes that range from comic to tender to bizarre. Half-masked characters speak; full masked characters remain silent while speaking volumes with convincing body language and a dancer's grace. This show brims with wisdom and insight, even though at times audiences are laughing too hard to notice. Razzamataz Kids' Shows! are made possible in part by grants from the Ontario Arts Council and Department of Canadian Heritage
Website: www.razzamataz.ca
Phone: 705-854-0728
Email: info@razzamataz.ca
February 28 (Saturday)
Landowner Workshop in Maynooth
Time: 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Location: Maynooth Community Centre,
33090 Hwy 62 N., Maynooth, ON
Interested in growing a healthy forest on your idle land? Learn about your options, including information on available subsidies by attending our free landowner workshop. Our workshop will offer information on forest management and stewardship, tree planting subsidies and other financial incentives for establishing and managing your forests. Presentations by forestry experts will include a variety of topics, such as: 50 Million Tree Program Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program Windbreaks for working farms Tools for managing your new trees Invasive species Shoreline planting for improved water quality Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited and pre-registration is encouraged. Guest Speakers: BAFIA and Local Wood Initiative (includes Bancroft Stewardship Council, Hastings Stewardship Council and Harvest Hastings). To register online, please visit http://goo.gl/mQXDAh For more information, please contact Patricia Hammond, 416-646-1193 or phammond@forestsontario.ca.
Website: goo.gl/mQXDAh

March 2015
March 6-9 (Fri-Mon)
Winter Folk Camp
Location: Camp Wanakita, Haliburton ON
Greetings, music lovers! The snow is on the ground here in Haliburton, and music is in the air. We have been busy putting the final touches on Winter Folk Camp 2015. Once again we will gather at Camp Wanakita for 3 days to celebrate and create community music. We have gathered another incredible group of instructors, with a couple of new twists: some new faces, some familiar faces, some new streams, some old favourites.... Once again, we have an amazing group of instructors lined up. See our website for details. Online registration is available. You can also print off the registration form and mail it back to us, along with your cheque. For general inquiries about Winter Folk Camp, please contact Thom Lambert, Coordinator:
Phone: 705-457-9110
Email: singingdog1@gmail.com
Website: www.winterfolkcamp.com
March 7-8 (Sat-Sun)
Haliburton Highlands Dogsled Derby
Location: Pinestone Resort & Conference Centre
Featuring purebred and Alaskan classes, youth race and the adorable kid & mutt class. Due to the popularity of the skijoring classes, we have broken them up into separate 1 and 2 dog classes again this year. The annual Haliburton Highlands Dogsled Derby is sanctioned by the IFSS and ISDRA, and is part of the OFSS Triple Crown Race series.
Website: www.haliburtondogsledderby.com
Phone: 705-457-5281
Email: info@haliburtondogsledderby.com
March 7 (Saturday)
Introductory Beekeeping
Time: 10-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Saturday March 7 Introductory Beekeeping Adult 10:00 – 4:00 pm Instructor: Ron Lofthouse What a wonderful way to explore nature – keeping bees! These social insects pollinate plants and gather nectar. In this one-day workshop, the instructor will cover subjects such as apiary management, bee nutrition, candle making, and world conditions. An observation hive secured by plexiglass will be brought in, as well as samples of apiary tools and products. Cost: $90.00
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 9 (Monday)
March Break at the Wolf Centre
Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Haliburton Forest Wolf Centre
Add a little to your Wolf Centre visit! Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the March Break we invite families to join our staff at the Wolf Centre for an afternoon of fun and educational activities. Watch our hilarious puppet show, listen as Twig, our forest Nome tells stories, and create fun wolf arts and crafts. Time: 1:30 – 3:30 pm Fee: Regular Wolf Centre admission; Adults $12.00, Children 7 to 17 $7.00, 6 and under are no charge, Family Pass-2 Adults and their children $25.00 Included: Admission to the Wolf Centre, supplies for arts and crafts and a whole lot of fun! For more information please call 705-754-2198.
Website: www.haliburtonforest.com
Phone: 705-754-2198
Email: reservations@haliburtonforest.com
March 14 (Saturday)
Lattis Felting Workshop
Time: 10-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Saturday March 14TH Lattis Felting Workshop Adult/Teen 10:00-4:00 pm Instructor: Sue MacDonald Description: Using Merino and Silk Imported from Australia you will learn to FO weave your very own work of art to wear or display. Cost: $55 full day plus material cost to teacher on the day (you choose how much you want to spend approximately $12- $30)
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca

March 2015
March 16 (Monday)
Stick Around
Time: 10-12.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Monday March 16th Stick Around 10 am-12:30 Ages 7 and up Instructor: Gayle McIvor The original wooden toy, stick games and crafts. Make wind chimes and walking sticks Cost: $30
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 16 (Monday)
Ceramic Jewellery for Kids
Time: 1.30-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Monday March 16th Ceramic Jewellery for Kids 1:30 pm-4:00 pm Ages 7 and up Instructor: Sharon Lynch Make a broach or necklace from clay of something you like – funny, spooky or pretty – you decide. A monster, princess, animal are only some possibilities. Then add colour. When you pick up your pieces two weeks later they will be ready to wear with broach pins or chord. Cost: $35 includes materials fee
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 17 (Tuesday)
Nuno Felting Workshop
Time: 10-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Tuesday March 17TH full day Nuno Felting Workshop 10:00-4:00 pm Adult /Teen Instructor: Sue MacDonald Create a beautiful light weight scarf using merino and silk Cost: $55 full day plus material cost to teacher on the day. (You choose how much you want to spend approximately $12-$30)
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 18 (Wednesday)
Clay Zombie Zoo Workshop
Time: 10-12.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Wednesday March 18 Clay Zombie Zoo 10:00 – 12:30 pm Ages 7 and up Instructor: Sharon Lynch What would a zombie animal look like? Imagine a cat, dog, elephant or any other creature as a zombie and let your imagination work over-time! Clay is a wonderful medium for self-expression. Children will learn basic hand-building techniques and add colourful underglazes to their creations. Finished pieces ready for pickup in two weeks. Cost: $35. includes $5 material fee
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 19 (Thursday)
From Paper Making to Art Part 2
Time: 1.30-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Thursday March 19 From Paper Making to Art Part 2 1:30-4:00 pm Ages 11 to 16 Instructor: Laurie O'Reilly Part 2: Turn your hand made piece of paper into a hang able work of art. Cost: $50 for part 1&2
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca

March 2015
March 19 (Thursday)
Prayer Flags Part 1
Time: 10-12.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Thursday March 19 Prayer Flags Part 1 10:00 – 12:30 pm Ages 7 and up Instructor: Gayle McIvor Bring peace and abundance to your home and garden by creating lovely prayer flags from fabric. Part 1: Printing and Dyeing Cost: $60 for part 1 and 2
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 20 (Friday)
Clay Monster Faces
Time: 10-12.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Friday March 20 Clay Monster Faces 10:00 – 12:30 pm Ages 7 and up Instructor: Sharon Lynch Create a creepy or scary monster face that you can hang up. But be careful - you could scare your family and friends! Green textured skin and a fierce expression adds to the appeal. Children will learn the many possibilities of hand-building in clay and choose their own colour combinations. Finished pieces ready for pickup in two weeks. Cost: $35
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 20 (Friday)
Prayer Flags Part 2
Time: 10-12.30
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Friday March 20 Prayer Flags Part 2 10:00 – 12:30 pm Ages 7 and up Instructor: Gayle McIvor Bring peace and abundance to your home and garden by creating lovely prayer flags from fabric. Part 2: Hand sewing, embellishing and stringing together. Cost: $60 for part 1 and 2
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca
March 28 (Saturday)
Introductory Beekeeping
Time: 10-4
Location: The Art Hive, 10239 Highway #118, Haliburton, Ontario
Saturday March 28 Introductory Beekeeping Adult 10:00 – 4:00 pm Instructor: Ron Lofthouse What a wonderful way to explore nature – keeping bees! These social insects pollinate plants and gather nectar. In this one-day workshop, the instructor will cover subjects such as apiary management, bee nutrition, candle making, and world conditions. An observation hive secured by plexiglass will be brought in, as well as samples of apiary tools and products. Cost: $90.00
Website: thearthive.com
Phone: 705-754-0021
Email: thearthive@live.ca

April 2015
April 12 (Sunday)
"Baobab" co-production by Théâtre Motus, Québec & Sô Company, Mali
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, Haliburton High
Presented by Razzamataz Kids' Shows! In this spellbinding African fable, a child born from an egg produced by the ancient Baobab tree holds the key to the region's survival. Storytelling, puppetry, masks and live music combine to create a mythic world where African percussion instruments transform into animals and masks and puppets become genies or witches. Children will leave feeling hopeful and uplifted knowing that no one is too small to make a difference. Razzamataz Kids' Shows! are made possible in part by grants from the Ontario Arts Council and Department of Canadian Heritage
Website: www.razzamataz.ca
Phone: 705-854-0728
Email: info@razzamataz.ca

April 2015

April 2015

Ongoing Events
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
Fiesta Fridays
Fridays at 7pm
Time: 7pm
Location: Highlanders Bar, Pinestone Resort
Frozen drinks, authentic Mexican food, and Latino rhythms every Friday at Highlanders Bar. Cozy couches, huge granite bar, billiards, dancing, and a fresh new Mexican menu await. Gather some girlfriends together and come out. Tastes like a vacation!
Website: www.pinestone-resort.com
Phone: 705-457-1800
Email: sales@pinestone-resort.com
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
Celebrate Recovery
Mondays, 7-10pm
Location: Lakeside Baptist Church, 9 Park St, Haliburton.
Looking for a safe place to discuss real life issues without fear of being judged or condemned? Do you want to be set free from addictive, compulsive & dysfunctional behaviors? Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered "large umbrella" recovery program under which a limitless number of issues can be dealt with for people who struggle with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Please join us on the Road to Recovery every Monday night, starting on November 5, 2007, from 7-10pm. A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU!
Celebrate Recovery website
Phone: 705-457-2851
Email: admin@lakesidebaptist.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
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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Open Stage
3rd Saturday of every month
The Haliburton County Folk Society presents Open Stage on the 3rd Saturday of every month at a new venue, the Haliburton County Museum, 66 Museum Road in Haliburton (turn on Bayshore Rd from Hwy 118 and follow to Museum Rd ) The music starts at 8:00pm. Be part of the audience or perform on stage. Performers can sign up upon arrival. Admission is only $2. All ages welcome. For more details see www.haliburtonfolk.com, email info@haliburtonfolk.com or call (705) 754-FOLK (3655).
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
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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.
Visit website
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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