A brand new event is coming to Fenelon Falls this winter—the Kawartha Lakes Snowshoe Race —at Fenelon’s Garnet Graham Park on Sunday, Feb. 5.
The event will be a grass-roots race for all levels from beginner to expert—but still fully sanctioned by Snowshoe Canada. It’s the first
The Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council held its second annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner recently and handed out a number of special awards, including those to
Looking for a fun activity to help you stay fit and keep active this winter? The Bobcaygeon Curling Club (BCC) invites you to give curling a try—at their open house.
New curlers can try the sport for the first time using equipment provided by
By Glenna Burns
It's Fall Fair time in the Kawarthas and the “Daddy of ‘em all” in Bobcaygeon begins the evening of Sept. 29 with the thunderous and exciting Demolition Derby.
For those who enjoy a more traditional contest of strength and endurance however, there is the ever-popular Horse Pull starting on
Eighteen-year-old soon-to-be IE Weldon grad Josh Thomas knows what he wants to do with his future. He wants to be a professional motorcycle racer and from all the signs so far he could get his wish.
“I've known since I was four years old that I
Canada’s Fresh Water Summit Festival in Coboconk two weekends ago was another success. Anyone who wanted to try out a Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) or kayak had a chance to do both?
AO Boatwerks, from faraway Minden, visited Coby with some of their gear for this year’s Festival, and encouraged all to join in on the fun and give their boats a try.
Looking for activities for your kids this summer? Join a Tennis Camp in Coby with certified instructors.
Camps are available for ages 7 to 13 at the Coboconk Tennis Courts across from Foodland.
Session 1 runs from
The hamlet of Buckhorn expects to be bursting at the seams June 24-26, when it hosts the Kawartha Outdoor Adventure Weekend.
More than 200 anglers are expected to compete in the 2016 Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Canada Bass Tournament on the tri-lakes—Upper
Bobcaygeon curler Jessica Humphries shows off the provincial championship banner her team won this year in junior women’s curling. Jessica, 18, who curled as second on the
The Semaphore Team for the Fenelon Falls NLCC (Navy League Cadet Corps) Adanac returned as triumphant Ontario champions recently from the Navy League Provincial Competitions at NLCC Cataraqui in Kingston.
In its first regional or provincial competition in
The Peterborough Wolverines and the Huronia Stallions football teams have created a special trophy—the “Cottage Cup”—that will go annually to the organization who does the best in the three
The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters are coming to the Peterborough Memorial Centre, as part of an 18-city Canadian tour that will take them from Ontario to New Brunswick.
Bobcaygeon hockey player Jessie Stoughton is moving up from assistant captain in Oshawa with the Ridgebacks—the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) men's hockey team—to sign a professional contract with the
Fenelon Falls Curling Club celebrated the annual Fred Brandon Memorial Bonspiel on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27. Pictured here is Team Boxcar: Wayne Morrisey (left), Dave Hulme, Bill Jenkins and John Boyd. Skip Bill Jenkins, visiting from St. John’s, Nfld., was the 1977 World