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Hot List of Attractions and Destinations

Hot List of Attractions and Destinations

APSLEY Anstruther Marina Bumbleberry Folk Farm Chandos Beach Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park The Gut Conservation Area BANCROFT Eagles Nest Park Egan Chutes Provincial Park Silent Lake Provincial Park Mineral Capital Concerts Vance Farm Park BETHANY Fleetwood Creek Natural Area Pigeon River Headwaters BOBCAYGEON Bigley Shoes and Clothing Bobcaygeon Beach & Park Buckeye Marine Happy Days House

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Mental Health in the Workplace

The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism’s B.O.S.S. (Business Owners Sharing Solutions) series continues on Wednesday, May 9th at the Lakefield Legion. The upcoming session will feature a panel of professionals discussing Mental Health in the Workplace. The panel will discuss coping strategies, and techniques to encourage mental health in your workplace. Panelists include: •

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Do you know the Farmer who grew your food?

Purchasing from a local farmer offers a unique experience. You are able to meet the person who grew, or raised, the food you are putting on your table. You’re also supporting a business, and family, in your community. Farmers’ Markets are an easy way to buy local, and operate in a number of communities in

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Agribusiness is a leading driver of the economy of Kawartha Lakes

Now what would the Chamber of Commerce have to do with farming? Aren’t Chambers just about small business? Today, more than ever, farming is a business: agribusiness. Agribusiness is a leading driver of the economy of Kawartha Lakes. In 2015, farm product sales reached more than $149.5 million. Every dollar of agricultural products sold adds $2.20

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Selwyn Heritage Day

Saturday, February 24th, 2018 From 10:00am to 3:00pm In the Niels Pind Room, Lakefield-Smith Community Centre During the week of February 19, 2018, the National Trust for Canada encourages Canadians to celebrate Heritage Day 2018 and its theme: Heritage Stands the Test of Time. There is so much to celebrate: our collective history, special places

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Charming and Pet Friendly Days Inn Lindsay

Days Inn & Suites Lindsay is a fresh building full of old-time character. Newly built, The Days Inn opened in 2015 featuring 73 spacious and modern guest rooms and suites. With ten out of eleven hotel owners being Lindsay locals they each had a hand in creating the final touches throughout the hotel. For example,

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Supporting Local A 2018 Resolution

After the hustle and bustle of the holiday season the new year brings new goals and resolutions. Now that we are into 2018, and the festive season is behind us, it is still important to think local when purchasing products and services. Winter months can be lean for many local businesses, so this is a

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Today, More Than Ever, We’re Stronger Together

“What have you done for me lately?” Chambers of Commerce across Ontario have a long-standing challenge of letting local businesses know all the benefits of joining their Chamber.  “Of course I joined the local Chamber; it’s just what businesses do” simply isn’t enough. Chambers of Commerce need to offer a business case – a value

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