Happy skaters Chyanne Thibadeau and Bradon Evely
The theme will be “Skating to the TV Classics” when Bobcaygeon Skating Club’s annual season-ending Skating Carnival comes to the Bobcaygeon Arena at 7 pm on Thursday, March 24.
Children from 2 to 17 years old will skate to a selection of
By Sue Wyville
The Bobcaygeon Curling Club hosted the 59th annual Anne McIntosh Bonspiel January 16. Teams from clubs in Barrie, Orillia, Peterborough, Bradford, Unionville and
You could have seen Doris Day, Marilyn Monroe, or even Jack Sparrow at the Fenelon Falls Curling Club on Saturday, Jan. 9.
“Curl up to the Movies” was the
Charlie Matthews, #51, a 9-year-old, Grade-4 student at Bobcaygeon Public School, has been named Defensive Player of the Year for The Kinsmen Minor Football League, and also a member of the Championship Eagles football team.
“Congratulations Charlie,” says his grandmother, Bev Matthews.
The second of two registration dates for the Peterborough Wolverines football teams will be Saturday, Jan. 23 from 9 am to
Matt Bird of Bobcaygeon caught (and released) this 47-inch muskie near the mouth of Nogies Creek on a cold, late-November day—the perfect end to his fishing season (you can tell by his smile). The muskie-fishing season ended for the year on Dec. 4.
Ontario want to expand the spring-bear-hunt pilot project, first introduced in 2014 to address concerns from northern Ontario municipalities about nuisance bears in their communities.
The pilot has been extended with significant changes, including
The Bigley’s Bobcaygeon Curling Club Ladies Bonspiel is set for Saturday, Nov. 21. But if you want to get a team together to compete, you need to act quickly.
Registration forms (with cheques) must be submitted by Oct. 31. You can find the forms on the
Discover (or rediscover) curling Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 7-9 pm, when the Bobcaygeon Curling Club has an open house.
Come out and give the game a try—the club provides
Live professional wrestling returns to the area in support of the Kawartha Lakes Special Olympics, as Rock Solid Wrestling rumbles at Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute on Oct. 3.
“It’s a fun event, suitable for the
“Community comes first, hockey comes second,” says Darryl Porter, general manager for the new Bobcaygeon Storm, which is set to begin playing in Bobcaygeon come September as part of the Jr. A Greater Metro Hockey League.
“Without the community, there is no hockey,” he says. “For us to make this a success, we have to be
“People think it’s only an old person’s game,” says Bobcaygeon Lawnbowling Club member Larry Brown. “We want to show them it’s not.”
Brown and his fellow club members have been busy this month introducing 26
Caygeonites should brace themselves for a storm this fall—a Junior A, ice-hockey storm.
Stephane and Sandi Laveault are bringing a Junior
By Bob Hughes
It’s almost that time again—Friday, May 22 to Sunday, May 24—when 270 anglers in 135 boats will hit the water in Bobcaygeon’s widely-regarded and downright-entertaining