Strap on your comfortable shoes, grab your lady friends, and come to Fenelon Falls for Diva Afternoon and Evening on Saturday, May 28.
Participating stores in Fenelon Falls will be open late Saturday for all
By April Scott
The writer of this column has just spent two weeks in sunny Turkey, hence the omission in the last edition.
Back to practice last Tuesday and yet another piece of new
By Jennifer Wilson
What began two years ago as a business group has evolved very quickly into an organization with community interests at heart—knowing that a strong business and social community will attract
TheBuckhorn Community Centre is offering its annual Spring Craft Show this Victoria Day weekend. That’s Saturday and Sunday, May 21-22, from 10 am to 5 pm.
Over 100 exhibitors will be there with high quality
Aiden Sharrard, Owen Gerrard, and Karah Walker from Buckhorn Public School pose with author Danika Dinsmore and a couple of award-winning books at the Buckhorn Library. The author, spoken-word artist, and
The Community Care Foundation promises its annual Care Gala fundraising event for Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes (CCCKL) will be "An Evening to Remember."
The fifth annual dinner and auction will be held Thursday, June
Cartoon characters, superheroes, indoor and outdoor games and crafts, wacky hair and face painting will all be part of the City of Kawartha Lakes 12th annual Family Gala on Saturday, May 28.
There will also be a special appearance by
With help from a $36,295 provincial grant, Globus Theatre announces its series of one-night shows for its 2016 summer season. All shows at 8 pm, but can be combined with dinner beforehand.
• Trivia Night competition:
Help Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton provide important mentoring programs to children aged 6-16 by attending and supporting one of the organization’s main fundraising initiatives—the 14th annual BIG Dinner and Auction.
Items available for auction will include
As told by Doug Williams to Julie Kapyrka
Another fond memory I have of NOKOMIS (my grandmother) is of the many activities we did together, in particular making baskets—and all of the undertakings that entailed.
Every year she expected me and her brother Madden to go into the swamplands and harvest BAAPAAGIGUN (Black
Sure it’s all about the fishing at the 36th Annual Canada/US Walleye Tournament.
But you can bet there’ll be lots for
PaperPal will connect generations through letter writing, as seniors and students from Scott Young Public School, IE Weldon Secondary School, Jack Callahan Public School and Fenelon Falls Secondary School have become pen pals with Victoria Manor residents.
As part of the first group in Canada to
Saya Ojiri, assistant organist at Metropolitan United Church, Toronto’s “cathedral of Methodism,” will be the featured performer on Fenelon Falls United Church’s new 1928 Vose & Sons Grand Piano at a Sunday afternoon concert May 29 at 2 pm.
Let’s celebrate diversity
In an article I wrote for the Guest Column in The Kawartha Promoter a little over a year ago, I asked the question: “What is the problem with Muslims bringing parts of their culture, religion and traditions here?”
I was reminded of this question when I read Mary Wilson’s response (Be like us, May 6, page 5) to John Bird’s editorial in the April 22 issue.
When the niqab or hijab is