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Family Friendly Golfing

Family Friendly Golfing

Take a deep breath, take in the lush green surrounding you. Listen to the birds and nearby wildlife, feel the sun on your face. Relax. To many people golf is a peaceful game that connects you to your thoughts, allowing you to escape from daily stressors and find your rhythm in this game of concentration.

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Buckhorn Fine Art Festival Celebrates 40 Years!

The Buckhorn Fine Art Festival is 40 years old!  In March of 1978 a team of dedicated volunteers came up with the idea of having a summer art show as a fundraiser for the brand new Buckhorn Community Centre.  Along with other fundraising efforts, the hope was that a local art show might provide significant

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Hot List of Attractions & Destinations

APSLEY • Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park • Chandos Beach • The Gut Conservation Area • Bumbleberry Folk Farm BANCROFT • Silent Lake Provincial Park • Egan Chutes Provincial Park • Bancroft Mineral Capital Concerts • Vance Farm Park • Eagles Nest Park BETHANY • Fleetwood Creek Natural Area • Pigeon River Headwaters BOBCAYGEON • Kawartha Settlers Village

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Magic in the Peterborough Air!

Mother nature must have known how much Peterborough wanted to see Kate Suhr and Ruth B! Even though fans had to watch the show soaking wet from the downpour as they waited, the sky just seemed to clear up enough that everyone could close their umbrellas and take in an incredible show! What a treat

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Celebrate at Home

This year Canada is celebrating it’s sesquicentennial (ph: ses·qui·cen·ten·ni·al) or it’s 150th birthday for those of you who have trouble pronouncing that. We have a lot to celebrate in this country. Free health care, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms – Hockey, Tim Hortons and the Tragically Hip. To mark the momentous occasion, the City

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Peterborough Museum & Canada 150

The year was 1967 and Centennial fever gripped the nation.  Canadians looked for ways to celebrate the past while they boldly prepared for the future.  Centennial projects were undertaken at all levels – from personal studies of family history to the larger scale construction of parks, monuments and museums.  In the Peterborough area, three major

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Hot List of Attractions & Destinations

  APSLEY Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park Chandos Beach The Gut Conservation Area Bumbleberry Folk Farm BANCROFT Silent Lake Provincial Park Egan Chutes Provincial Park Vance Farm Park Eagles Nest Park BETHANY Fleetwood Creek Natural Area Pigeon River Headwaters BOBCAYGEON Bigley’s Shoes and Clothing Kawartha Settlers Village Lock 32 – Oldest Swing Bridge in the Trent •

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Celebrating Spring at the Academy Theatre

Spring is a time for growth, and Lindsay’s historic Academy Theatre is helping to nurture growth in the City of Kawartha Lakes with some special programming next month. On May 6 and 7 we focus on growing the talent within our area, with Kawartha’s Got Talent, a showcase of performances by remarkable local residents. In

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