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Celebrating Canada Day in Cottage Country

Celebrating Canada Day in Cottage Country

APSLEY ~ 3pm Canada Day Parade & Celebrations. Parade starts at 3 p.m. at Apsley Public School, follows along Burleigh Street and ends in the park. Food booth will be open from 4 to 8 p.m. Fireworks in Lions Park at dusk.  https://kawarthanow.com/event/40497/canada-day-parade-celebrations/ BANCROFT ~ 2pm Celebrations at Riverside Park. https://www.bancroftontario.com/canada-day-bancroft-ontario/ BARRIE Live entertainment and family

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So Much to See, Do and NOT Do in Cottage Country

We want you to have the best experience this year in Cottage Country. Here is a list of some things you definitely want to Do and Not Do this year. DO! Discover the Hotlist of Destinations and Attractions Explore Events in Cottage Country Communities Visit Local Farmers Markets Delight Your Tastebuds with the Cottage Country

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In Cottage Country Where Do I Find? Tourist Centres

Bancroft Visitor Information Centre – 8 Hastings Heritage Way, Bancroft Tourism Barrie – 205 Lakeshore Dr., Barrie Bobcaygeon & Area Chamber of Commerce – 21 Canal St., E., Bobcaygeon Buckhorn District Tourist Association – 1993A Lakehurst Rd., Buckhorn Trent Hills Visitor Centre – 51 Grand Rd., Campbellford Port Hope Tourism – 20 Queen St., Port Hope Fenelon Falls & District Chamber

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Come Wander the Haliburton Highlands

Rich in breath-taking scenery and culture alike, there is no doubt that once you have made the visit to the Haliburton Highlands, the County will forever live in your heart. Lovingly referred to as “The Highlands”– perhaps because it is the highest body of land in Ontario, or maybe the similarity to the Highlands of

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Kawartha Settlers’ Village

Kawartha Settlers’ Village is officially open for the season on May 1st! We will be open daily from 10am-4pm until September so be sure to come visit and experience life as an early settler. What’s new at the Village for 2018? Come see the new Harry Van Oudeneran Museum, the Bee Exhibit in our Honey Shack or the

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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 & Clothing Bobcaygeon Beach & Park Buckeye Marine Happy Days House

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Your Closing the Cottage Checklist

We all love spending time at the cottage relaxing, but somehow the season seems to whiz by. Suddenly it’s time to close the cottage. Getting everything ready for the cold weather is always a chore, so be sure to cover all the bases; which makes your spring opening, a breeze. Clear out all food items

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Canada 150 Event Celebrations in Cottage Country

APSLEY  ~  July 1st 4pm – Canada Day Parade and Celebration Starts at Apsley Public school – runs along Burleigh Street www.apsley.ca BANCROFT  ~  July 1st Canada Day Celebrations – Fireworks to take place at Dusk – York River Millennium Park www.bancroftontario.com BOBCAYGEON  ~  July 1st 10am – Canada Day Family events, magic show, fireworks

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