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Message from the Mayor

On behalf of the Council and staff of the

Township of Selwyn, it is my pleasure to present

the 2016 Selwyn Guide.

In the past, the guide was focused more on

Recreation Services. This year, we have included

municipal and community information that you

and your family may find helpful.

As you explore the guide, you will note the many

wonderful services and facilities our Township

has to offer for staying active and involved. The

Township hosts numerous attractions, festivals,

and special events. We also have many local

cultural and historical attractions and a variety

of charming and scenic trails.

Perhaps the best part about Selwyn is its

people. Our community is dedicated to

volunteerism, community beautification and

engagement. I encourage

you to become involved in ~

the community and .&)-1 .

experience all it v f'

has to offer.

Find it in the Guide:

Mayor's Message ................... 1

Council ............................ 1

Facilities Contact Information ......... 1

Building & Planning ................. 2

Financial Services ................... 2

Garbage & Recycling ............... 3,4

Parks & Marina ..................... 5

Indoor Facilities ..................... 6

Other Facilities ..................... 7

Arenas ............................ 7

Trails ............................. 8

Fire Department .................... 9

Volunteering ....................... 9

Clerk's Department .................. 9

Dog Tags .......................... 9

Business Associations .............. 10

Horticultural Societies .............. 10

Yoga & Fitness ..................... 11

Youth Winter Programs ......... 12,13,14

Adult Winter Programs .............. 14

Historical Societies ................. 14

Youth Summer Programs .......... 15,16

Adult Summer Programs ............ 16

Community Care ................... 17

Senior Information ................. 18

Library ......................... 19,20

Service Clubs / Organizations ........ 21

Festivals .......................... 22

Community Events ............... 23-30

Left to right back row: Donna Ballantyne, Gerry Herron, Anita Locke

Left to right Front row: Sherry Sen is, Mary Smith

photo provided by Terry McQuitty, Lakefield Herald

Mary Smith, Mayor

Home: 705-652-0784

Office:msmith@selwyntownship.ca

Sherry Sen is, Deputy Mayor

Home: 705-657-1166 / Cell: 705-930-6202

Office: ssenis@selwyntownship.ca

Donna Ballantyne, Ennismore Councillor

Home: 705-292-7174

Office: dballantyne@selwyntownship.ca

Gerry Herron, Smith Councillor

Home: 705-292-6251 / Cell: 705-741-6595

Office: gherron@selwyntownship.ca

Anita Locke, Lakefield Councillor

Home: 705-652-1086

Office: alocke@selwyntownship.ca

Facilities Contact Information:

Municipal Office

Departments located at the Municipal Office:

CAO, Clerk's Dept., Finance Dept., Public Works,

Parks & Recreation, Building & Planning

Office Location:

1310 Centre Line, Selwyn ON

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 270, Bridgenorth ON, KOL 2HO

Hours of Operation: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Monday to Friday

Tel: (705) 292-9507

Fax: (705) 292-8964

Within 705 Area: 1-877-213-7419

Email: twpsel@nexicom.net

Public Works After Hours:

For Emergencies Only - Tel: 705-740-6036

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Send Us Your Information

The Township would like to Include your

organization or event In our next guide. Please

contact the Township office for more

Information or visit our web page for a

submission form. You can also add your event

to the Township website community events

calendar at any tlmel

Council Meetings

The Township typically holds two Council

meetings a month. Please visit our website for

meeting schedules, agendas and minutes.

Building and Planning

Financial Services

Property Tax Bill

Interim tax bills are mailed at the end of January and

final tax bills are mailed at the end of June.

If you are moving or have changed your mailing

address please contact us immediately.

2016 Tax Instalment Dates:

o March 7, 2016 o August 8, 2016

o May 2,2016 o October 3, 2016

These instalment dates apply to all assessment

classes.

Methods of Paying your Property Taxes:

• Post Dated Cheques - can be dropped off at

the Township Office or in the Drop Box outside

the Office.

• Telephone or Internet Banking - search under

Selwyn in your bank's vendor listing to set up

your account. Your 19 digit Property Roll

Number is your "account number". If you are

paying for more than one property, please

enter each payment separately.

• Debit - must be paid at Municipal Office

• PAP - Pre-authorized Payment Plans -

"Monthly" or by "Tax Instalment Date" Payments

are posted on the 15th day of each month from

January to November for the monthly plan or

on the instalment due date, if you chose the

instalment plan.

o Arrears Management Pre-authorized

Payment Plan - please contact the Municipal

Office for more information.

The Building and Planning Department is responsible

for providing a wide range of services that pertain to

land use matters as well as the enforcement of the

Ontario Building Code and some Township By-laws.

Who needs a building permit?

Permits are required for any significant change to a

home or property including:

• home additions

• pools

• open decks and porches

• new solid fuel heating systems or replacement of

existing ones

Permits are also required to demolish a building or

structure.

What Projects DO NOT require a building permit?

• Accessory building with a total floor area of

10 square meters (108 sq. fl.) or less

• Fences - requirements within the Fence By-law

must be met

• Replacement of windows or doors provided

the size does not change

Why should I get a permit?

Permits provide you with the assurance that the

municipality has reviewed your plans, and that your

project complies with the Ontario Building Code,

local Zoning By-laws and other applicable laws and

regulations.

How do I obtain a building permit?

We recommend that you obtain and review a copy

of our Permit Information Package online before

attending our office for a permit. This will provide

you with details on the permitting process and

requirements.

You can also contact the Building and Planning

Department at 705-292-9507 ext. 214 prior to your

visit, to ensure that someone will be available to

meet with you to review your plans.


Recycling Information

Please use 2 blue boxes to sort out Containers from Fibres

Blue boxes and Compost Bins can be purchased at the Township Office

o Containers

f) Fibres

Glass

~ Coloured & clear bottles & jars

~ Plastic

~ Food & drink containers, tubs & lids

Metal

~ Pop cans, pie plates & tin foil

~ Food & drink cans & tins

~ Empty metal paint cans, lids removed

~ Empty aerosol cans

Other

~ Milk cartons & juice boxes

Paper

~ News/writing paper, magazines, telephone

books, envelopes, junk mail and flyers

cardboard/BOxboard

~ Corrugated cardboard, file folders,

construction paper, food boxes Oiners I1ImllJY..!!ll./;p4~

toilet paper tubes, brown paper bags

Flattened and bundled cardboard

30" x 30" x 8" can be left beside box

Plastic Bags and Packaging

~ Film plastics, grocery, milk, bread bags -

place all in one and tie

Do Not Include

o Broken glass, Pyrex®, ceramic or other dishware

o Hazardous product containers, drinking straws, polystyrene

o Scrap metal, utensils, pots and pans

o No Styrofoam of Any Kind!

2016 Holiday Recycling

Collection Scheilule

• Family Day (Feb. 15) - Cancelled (Please hold

recycling until next collection day)

• Good Friday (Mar. 25) - Cancelled (Please hold

recycling until next collection day)

• Easter Monday (Mar. 28) - No Change in

Recycling

• Victoria Day (May 23) - No Change in Recycling

Collection

• Canada Day (July 1) - No Change in Recycling

Collection

• Civic Holiday (Aug. 1) - No Change in

Recycling Collection

• Labour Day (Sept. 5) - No Change in Recycling

Collection

• Thanksgiving (Oct. 10) - No Change in

Recycling Collection

• Remembrance Day (Nov. 11) - No Change in

Recycling Collection

• 2016/2017 Christmas Season - No Change in

Recycling Collection

For information about the County Recycling Program,

contact the County of Peterborough:705-775-2737

www.county.peterborough.on.ca·waste@county.peterborough.on.ca

Do Not Include

o Chip bags, chocolate bar wrappers, plastic stretch wrap

o Waxed cardboard, frozen food boxes

o Liners from cracker/cereal boxes

Recycling Electronics

There is now a WEEE (Waste Electrical and

Electronic Equipment) bin located at the Selwyn

Township Landfill Site.

A short list of acceptable materials is:

o Computers including all peripherals and cords

o Computer Tablets, laptops

o All types of phones (corded, cordless, mobile,

smart)

o Answering machines, pagers, pda's

o Radios, speakers, turntables

o TV's, VCR's, DVD players, blue ray, and cords

(no tapes, cd's, dvd's)

o Cameras (digital, manual,

video)

o Gaming devices and

accessories (no game

cartridges)

~ No gasoline powered items

are permitted in the bin.

Please remember to remove any information

from drives, etc. prior to dropping off your materials.

If you have Recycling Collection/Pick Up concerns,

please contact Progressive Waste at 705-742-4268.


Garbage

M&M Disposals is a private waste collector

contracted by the Public Works Department; any

questions related to waste collection can be directed

to them at 705-652-3505.

M & M Disposals will collect every holiday except for

Christmas Day, New Yea~s Day and Boxing Day.

• Garbage must be out for pick up by 7:00 a.m.

• Each household is allowed up to two (2)

containers and each commercial establishment

is allowed up to four (4) containers.

• A container is defined as a galvanized metal or

plastic container with a maximum capacity of 77

Itters having a handle and a fitted lid or an

opaque polyethylene plastic bag 30" x 37' of 1.5

gauge thickness fastened at the top.

• No container shall weigh more than 30 Ibs.

Landfill

Address: 1480 County Road 18, Selwyn ON

Tel: 705-652-7719

Residents must present their Landfill Stte Passes to

the attendant. Passes are provided to ratepayers in

their first tax billing package. Replacement Landfill

Stte Passes may be obtained from the Township

office for $10.00.

Winter Hours - November 1 to March 31

Tues. to Sat. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Summer Hours - April 1 to October 31

Tuesday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Wednesday - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Thursday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday - 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Holiday Hours Closed:

Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New

Yea~s Day

Closed at 1 :00 pm Christmas Eve & New Yea~s Eve

Township residents are also permitted to use the

Peterborough Waste Management Facility located at

1260 Benslort Rd., Peterborough.

Mattresses and Box Springs are now banned from

the Smtth Landfill Site. Please take them to the

Bensfort Road Landfill Site in Peterborough, located

at 1260 Bensfort Road. There is a fee of $1 0.00 per

unit for recycling. Please do not take mattresses to

the Pido Road HHW Depot.

Hazardous Waste (MH5W)

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) does not belong

in the garbage or blue box, as it contains toxins that

are harmful to human and environmental hea~h.

Please ensure containers are properly labelled and

sealed. Please no containers larger than 20L.

Residents may drop off Hazardous Waste at the

follOwing locations:

Pido Road Hazardous Waste Depot

Address: 400 Pido Rd, Peterborough

Hours: Open Year Round

Wednesday to Saturday: 8 am - 4 pm

Selwyn Landfill - Seasonal Depot

Address: 1480 County Road 18

Hours:

Open June - Labour Day

Tuesdays - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturdays - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Open Labour Day - Thanksgiving

Saturdays - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Corrolive Flammable Explosi.e Poi.o.

Common MHSW Products include:

• Aerosols

o Antifreeze

• Automotive Fluids (all)

• Batteries (all)

o Cleaners (all)

o Cosmetics/Make-up

o Fertilizers

o Fluorescent Ught Bulbs/TUbes

o Gasoline

o Herbicides/Pesticides

o Medications (all)

o Mercury Containing

Devices

o Motor 011

o Paint and Stain

o Pet Care Producta

o Pool Chemicals

o Propane Cylinders

(50 kg/I oolb max)

o Sealants and Glues

o Sharps (syringes/lancets)

o Soap and Toiletries

• Thinners

visit us at www.ulwy...toWfISIUp.ca for a"y updates


Parks & Marina

Burritt Mann Memorial Park (Selwyn Park)

2048 Mud Road, Selwyn

• picnic area • playground

Cenotaph Park

Intersection of Bridge St. and Water St., Lakefield

• sitting area • gardens

Chemong Park

722 Hatton Avenue, Bridgenorth

• 9 acres of wooded parkland • gardens

• lakefront walking trail

Chemung Lake District Lions Club Park

710 Red Pine Lane, Bridgenorth

• 15 acres of recreation space • lit ball-diamond

• playground • two pavilion shelters • gardens

Douglas Sports Centre

2 Hague Boulevard, Lakefield

• 1 0 acres of recreation space

• one lit ball-diamond • open play space

• tennis courts with bleachers • concessions

Ennismore Robert E. Young

Recreation Complex

553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

• 42 acres of recreation space

• one lit softball diamond • one unlit hardball diamond

• two full-size soccer pitches • basketball court

• two mini soccer pitches • ice pad

• tennis courts • bleachers • picnic tables

Ennismore Waterfront Park and Beach

1053 Ennis Road, Ennismore

• 50 acres on the shores of Chemong Lake

• beach and swimming area • large picnic area

• pavilion • Ennismore Heritage Trail

Isabel Morris Park

20 Concession Street, Lakefield

• 2 acre park with a view of Otonabee River

• pavilion • picnic area· playground

Jones Beach

908 Jones Beach Road, Bridgenorth

• beach area • pier • picnic area

Lakefield Beach and Playground

64 Hague Boulevard, Lakefield

• playground • pavilion • Lakefield Millennium Trail

• Lakefield Marshland Centre

Lakefield Marina

Address: 1 Water Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-0330

Website: www.lakefieldmarina.ca

Join us at the Lakefield Marina located on the

Otonabee River at the mouth of Katchewanooka

Lake between Young's Point Lock 27 and Lakefield

Lock 26.

• Just steps away from downtown

• Walk the trails, enjoy shopping and the variety of

restaurants and bistros

• Fully serviced slips; 30 amp service, municipal

water at every dock.

• Clean washrooms and showers

• Wireless internet access

• Boater reception area

• Monitor Channel 68

• Pump-out service

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express,

Interact and Cash. For information on seasonal slips

please call the Township Office at 705-292-9507. The

marina is open from Victoria Day weekend until

Thanksgiving weekend. We suggest that you call

ahead to book a transient slip.


Indoor Facilities

For any rental inquires please call the Township at 705-292-9507.

To check availability of facilities please refer to our online schedule on the Township website.

Bridgenorth Community Hall Capacity: 125

836 Charles Street, Bridgenorth ON, KOL 1 HO

The Bridgenorth Community Hall is located within the

Bridgenorth Library and has many modern updates,

including AN equipment, patio and a large kitchen suited to any caterer's

needs. This hall is perfect for meetings, birthday parties and wedding receptions.

Room Features: • Tables· Chairs • Fridge / Stove / Microwave • Screen •

Projector System • Sound System • Microphone • Air Conditioned •

Wheelchair Accessible • Parking • Bar: As requested (Township Operated)

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Ennismore Community Centre Auditorium

Capacity: 200

553 Ennis Road, Ennismore ON, KOL 1TO

The Ennismore Auditorium is located within the Ennismore

Community Centre. This is one of the Township's largest halls.

The kitchen is completely renovated to suite any caterer's needs.

This hall is perfect for any type of rental: meetings, showers,

anniversary parties and wedding receptions.

Room Features: • Tables • Chairs • Fridge / Stove / Microwave • Air

Conditioned • Wheelchair Accessible· Elevator· Parking • Bar: As

requested (Township Operated)

Niels Pind Room Capacity: 120

20 Concession Street, Lakefield ON, KOL 2HO

The Niels Pind Room is located within the Lakefield-Smith

Community Centre. This hall is equipped with a full kitchen

and ample space to host your event; hockey banquets and

team celebrations, birthday parties and meetings.

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Room Features: • Tables • Chairs • Fridge / Stove / Microwave • Air Conditioned

• Sound System (as requested) • Wheelchair Accessible • Elevator • Parking

• Bar: As requested (Township Operated)

Lakefield Marshland Centre Capacity: 75

65 Hague Boulevard, Lakefield ON, KOL 2HO

The Marshland Centre is located at the end of Hague Boulevard nestled in

between the Lakefield Campground and Lakefield Beach. This unique venue has

plenty of natural light, cathedral ceilings and beautiful lake and park views. The

hall includes a full kitchen and is the perfect space to host any small social

gatherings or business meetings

Room Features: • Tables • Chairs • Fridge I Stove I Microwave • Projector Screen

• Microphone (as requested) • Air Conditioned • Wheelchair Accessible • Parking

• Bar: As requested (Township Operated)

Centennial Room - Tel: 705-652-8623

8 Queen Street, Lakefield ON, KOL 2HO

The Centennial Room is attached to the Lakefield Library,

located in the historic town hall. The room is a small venue

that is perfect for hosting small meetings.

To book this facility you must contact the

Lakefield Library directly.


Other Facilities

Arenas

Ennismore

Community Centre

553 Ennis Road,

Ennismore

Ennismore Curling Club

Address: 555 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-5200

Email: ennismorecurling@yahoo.ca

www.ennismorecurlingclub.com

The Ennismore Curling Club facility is the perfect

venue for all your celebrations. They have an

upstairs banquet room that is suitable for up to 80

people and a downstairs space perfect for larger

groups, accommodating from 100 to 450 people. A

modern kitchen can also be added to your rental.

For rates and

availability please

contact John

Norton at the

curling club.

Lakefield-Smith

Community Centre

20 Concession Street,

Lakefield

Lakefield

Curling Club

Address:

12 Nicholls Street,

Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-3205

www.lakefieldcurlingclub.ca

The Lakefield Curling Club rents event space year

round. For information on lobby and ice rentals,

contact the curling club directly.

Ennismore Heritage Artspace Centre

Address: 507 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-9330 or

705-292-5112

The Artspace Centre is located

in a unique country setting in a

preserved heritage building

with lots of parking located in

the heart of Ennismore. For

more information, please

contact the Artspace Centre

directly.

Ice Rental Rates

Lakefield & Ennismore 2016/2017 Season

Rate Per Hour including HST

Non-Prime Rate All Ages .................. $135.71

Minor Prime Rate .......................... $170.52

Adult Prime Rate ............................ $199.65

Day Rate 9am-3pm excludes tournaments .. $95.20

Prime:

Weekdays 5pm-11 pm and Weekends 8am-11 pm

Non-Prime:

Weekdays 7am-8am / 3pm-5pm / 11 pm-12am and

Weekends 7am-8am / 11 pm-12am

Check our online arena schedule

for available ice time to rent

www.selwyntownship.ca

For information on:

• PA Day Youth Shinny

• Public Skating

• Parent and Tot Skating • Seniors Skating

• Winter Walking Drop-In

See Pages 13 & 14 under Winter Programs


Lakefield Trail - www.lakefieldtrail.ca ~

Located throughout the village of Lakefield

The scenic trail network encompasses both the natural setting and

heritage of the Village. You may enter or leave the trail system from

several access points. Covering over 8.5 km, the trail is ideal for

walking or cycling. There are benches and shade shelters located

along the Trail that provide a comfortable

resting spot. The Lakefield Trail Committee

offers a variety of programs to contribute to

the trail, including the friends program, tree

program and bench program. If you would

like to donate to the trail, plant a tree or

purchase a memorial bench please contact

the Township office at 705-292-9507

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The trail is approximately 2.3 km long and runs from Brumwell Street

to 5th Line. The trail is

lined with native trees

and boasts a peaceful

and tranquil setting

amidst the Miller Creek

Wetlands. There are

benches located along

the trail that provide a

comfortable resting

spot. The trail heads

feature parking and a

large trail map

identifying local pOints

of interest.

Ennismore Heritage Trail

1053 Ennis Rd., Ennismore

(Ennismore Waterfront Park)

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which is made up of 3 loops

that total approximately 1 .5

km. Interpretive signage

guides you through a

variety of natural settings

and regional points of

interest. Features include

two boardwalks, an osprey

viewing platform, and an

interior picnic area with

pavilion.

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Fire Department

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Address: 833 Ward St., Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-292-7282

Fax: 705-292-8634

Email: swebster@nexicom.net

Burn Permits

All open air burning within the

Township requires a Burn Permit.

Permits can be obtained for a nominal fee directly

from the main Fire Hall at 833 Ward Street,

Bridgenorth. Open air fires include campfires and

chimney fires, brush and burn barrel fires.

Clerk1s Department

The Clerk's Department is responsible for the

following areas of service:

• Council & committee meetings, agendas &

minutes

• Marriage, lottery and dog licensing

• Commissioner of Oaths and Requests for

Information

• By-laws

For information on any of these services, please visit

our website or call the Township office.

Be sure to follow

Selwyn Township

on Facebook " Twitter

Volunteering

Opportunities

There are an array of volunteering opportunities

throughout the Township. Volunteering is rewarding

and enriches the whole community. Please visit our

website for volunteer opportunities with -

• Fire Department

• Library

• Community Policing

• Municipal Committees

• Community Events

Dog Tags

Residents must purchase their Lifetime Dog Licence

at the Township office the first time, to obtain a dog

tag bearing the Lifetime Dog Licence number. Each

year thereafter, registered licenced dog owners will

be invoiced annually and the licence number and

Tag will be valid for the following year only upon

receipt of payment. Dog Licences are only available

from the Township office.

All Dog Licences expire on December 31 of each

year. Licences are $15.00 if purchased prior to

March 31 of each year and $20.00 if purchased after

March 31 each year.

Tags which are lost or need

to be replaced because of wear

or damage may be purchased

at the municipal office for five

dollars ($5.00) each.

visit us at www.se(wyn.township.ca for an.y updates


Horticultural Societies

Bridgenorth Beautification Committee (BBC)

Address: 871 Ward St., P.O. Box 261, Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-292-0471

e-mail: bridgenorthbeautification@gmail.com

The BBC is a registered charity and is comprised of

volunteers dedicated to beautifying the streetscape

of the Hamlet of Bridgenorth. Projects include

Heritage Park, Christopher Gardens, three entrance

signs, islands at Ward St., LCBO and Gore St.

gardens. Directors meet the third Tuesday of each

month to plan fundraising events and

gardening/beautification projects. Contact the BBC

to volunteer or for more information.

Horticultural Societies • continued

Lakefield and District Horticultural Society

Address: 64 Hague Blvd., Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-0046 or 705-652-0684.

Website: www.lakefieldhort.org

The Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to

promote knowledge, beautification and protection of

the environment. Meetings are held at The

Marshland Centre on the second Tuesday of the

month from February to May then September to

November. (unless otherwise noted).

We have interesting speakers, floral exhibits,

question and answer

periods. The public is

welcome at no charge

except for the April Meeting

when we book a special

speaker. Light refreshments

are offered at all our events.

Membership is $20 for

single and $25 for family.

Business Assocations

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society

(Garden Club)

Address: 549 Ennis Rd., next to Ennismore Library

Tel: Sarah Sullivan 705-292-6209 or

Helen Young 705-292-9483.

Email: ennismore@gardenontario.org

The (EDHS) invites you to become part of our

movement to foster the love of gardening while

enhancing the natural beauty of Ennismore.

Horticulturally themed monthly meetings take place

on the third Thursday of each month from February

to November with no meeting in August. Meetings

include guest speakers, workshops, garden tours

and more! See calendar of events page details of

events.

Join us as we beautify Ennismore. Club house: 549

Ennis Rd., next to Ennismore Library; social time

starting at 6:30, meetings starting closer to 7:00. All

are welcome. Annual membership is $15 per person

or $20 per couple.

visit us at www.se(wyntownsnip.ca For any updates

Bridgenorth Business Association

871 Ward St., P.O. Box 207, Bridgenorth

Email: bridgenorthbusinessassociation@gmail.com

Website: www.bridgenorthbusiness.ca

The BBA is a not-for-profit organization with a

membership in excess of 100 local businesses. Its

mandate is to work with local governments,

agencies and other businesses to develop a healthy

and prosperous business environment.

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CHAMBER of COMMERCE & TOURISM

Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism

Address: 12 Queen St, P.O. Box 537, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-6963 or 1-888-565-8888

Website: www.kawarthachamber.ca

The Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism

proudly represents members in Curve Lake, Douro­

Dummer, North Kawartha, Selwyn, Trent Lakes, and

surrounding area. Through programs, events &

services, the Chamber advances the interests of the

local businesses & the communities they serve. Visit

the online business directory, or drop in to the

business office, located under

the town clock in Lakefield, for

area information. Pick up a

copy of our visitor brochure,

''A Wealth of Choice".

Licence and Photo Health

Card transactions are

conducted at the

ServiceOntario office,

133 Water St., Lakefield,

705-652-3141


Yoga and Fitness

Please see page 17 for Information

on Community Care fitness classes.

Healing Stone Yoga

Address: 836 Charles St., Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-931-5689 Tiffany Stone

Email: HealingStoneYoga@gmail.com

Website: www.healingstoneyoga.com

Yoga inspires people to live a more balanced life.

During class there is a series of physical postures

designed to stretch, strengthen and tone muscles

while detoxifying the body and calming the mind.

Yoga promotes physical and emotional health by

reducing stress, weight issues, anxiety, fatigue,

aging, migraines, digestive disorders, depression,

chronic pain/weakness, arthritis, and so much more.

Absolute beginners are welcome. All classes are

held at the Bridgenorth Community Hall.

Lakefield Athletic Club

Address: 57 Bridge Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-0323

Email: lakefieldathleticclub@hotmail.com

Website: www.lakefieldathleticclub.ca

"Your Fitness is our Business" Lakefield Athletic Club

helps men, women and kids of all ages and all

fitness levels to adopt healthy lifestyles that work.

They offer a: Quiet gym, Group classes, Circuit

training, Infrared sauna, Personal training, Nutrition

coaching. Visit the website at or call for more

information.

Lakefield Tai Chi

Address: 47 Regent St, Lakefield

Tel: 705-877-3658

Tai Chi is held on Wednesday mornings from 10:30

am to 12 noon at the Lakefield United Church and at

Isabel Morris Park during the summer months.

Beginners are welcome. Call for more information.

Tai Chi for Fun

Address: 836 Charles St., Bridgenorth

Tel: Shirley and AI Chapman 705-292-7723 or

Mary Hutcheson at 705-292-8162.

Tuesday mornings, 9-11 am, cost is $20, payable at

the start of each session for an 8 week session. The

first week is free for newcomers. Tai Chi for Fun

cannot accept money weekly. Everyone is welcome!

Yoga and Fitness· continued

Taoist Tal Chi

Address: 551 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-1075

Website: www.taoist.org/peterborough

Taoist Tai Chi® arts include a gentle set of

movements that promote well-being for people of all

ages and in all conditions. Drop in to a class at the

Ennismore Library (Lower level) on Wednesdays

from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Visitors always

welcome. For more information contact Deb or

check out website.

Tindle Bay Yoga Studio

Address: 468 McConnell Drive, Selwyn

Tel: 705-292-9263

Email: dbowes48@gmail.com

Gentle Hatha Yoga in a comfortable, cozy studio.

Small classes provide a safe, intimate setting and

plenty of time to explore all the aspects of yoga:

philosophy, breathing and warmups, active practice

with options for greater personal challenge or more

gentle modifications, and Savasana for relaxation

and meditation. Classes also include Hanna Somatic

exercises to relieve chronic pain. Some yoga

experience required.

Yoga and Well ness with Sian

Address: Ennismore Optimist Hall, 545 Ennis Rd.,

Ennismore

Tel: 705-927-1961, Email: yogawithsian@gmail,com

Website: www.yogawithsian.com

We have ongoing yoga classes throughout the year,

refer to the website for the latest schedule and other

information.

Young's Point 24 Hour Fitness

Address: 2108 Nathaway Drive, Young's Point

Tel: 705-652-8222, Email: yppt@sympatico.ca

Website: www.yppt.ca

Young's Point Fitness offers 24 hour access to a

beautiful fitness centre which is fully equipped with

cardio equipment, strength training machines and

free weights. They offer showers, tvs, wifi and a

spacious non-intimidating atmosphere all for

$40/month (short term rates are also available). If

you prefer, YPPT also offers private or semi-private

personal training sessions in a bright, spacious and

well equipped PT Studio. Last but not least yoga

classes are conducted in a cozy candle lit studio.

There is something for everyone! Visit the website or

call for more information.


Youth Winter Programs

1 st Lakefield Scouts Canada

Address: 13 Water St N, Lakefield

Tel: 705-768-5931

Email: sue.reinhart@gmail.com

Website: www.myscouts.ca

Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers: offers

a variety of practical, social learning experiences to

increase leadership skills, self-confidence, selfreliance,

and respect for the natural environment.

Call for more information.

Bridgenorth-Ennismore-Lakefield Girl Guides

of Canada

Tel: 1-800-565-8111 ext 5330

Website: www.girlguides.ca

Sparks ages 5 and 6, Brownie ages 7 and 8, Guides

ages 9 to 11, Pathfinders ages 12 to 14 and Ranger

ages 15 to 17. For more information please visit the

website.

Youth Winter Programs· continued

Ennismore Learn to Skate Program

Address: P.O. Box 346, Bridgenorth

Website: www.ennismoreoptimistclub.com

Registration Dates: Thursday, September 15 th and

Thursday, September 22 nd from 6pm-8pm at the

Ennismore Community Centre

Fall Program begins October 6, 2016:

The Ennismore Optimist Club Fun to Skate program

provides an enjoyable learning experience for

children as they develop basic skating skills and

attain a sense of achievement. Fun to Skate features

two levels of skating instruction geared to the

experience level of the child.

For new skaters the Learn to Skate Program is 30

minutes of instruction each week.

The Recreational Skating Skills is a 1 hour

instruction each week.

Instruction is overseen by two qualified instructors.

Ennismore Minor Hockey

Association

Address: 553 Ennis Road,

Ennismore

Website: www.ennismoreeagles.ca

2016/2017 Registration

. Online registration starts March 1,2016.

. In-person registration is Saturday June 11 ,

2016, 9am-12pm in the lobby of Ennismore

arena (553 Ennis Rd).

Please check the EMHA website for details. Be sure

to register early! Fees for returning members will

increase by $100 after June 30, 2016.

Ennismore Girls Hockey

Association

Address: 553 Ennis Road,

Ennismore

G1RISHDCm

Email: egharegistrar@gmail.com

Website: www.ennismoregirlshockey.com

Registration for Ennismore Girls Hockey Association

for all new and returning in Ennismore! Register in

person at the Annual General Meeting (Date TBA)

or June 11, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm in the

Ennismore Arena lobby.

New players to girl's hockey must bring a copy of

their birth certificate

• Novice/Atom -development (2006-2008)

• Peewee (2004-2005)

• Bantam (2002-2003)

• Midget (1999-2001)

• Intermediate (1996-1998)

• Senior (21 years or older)

Please see our website for information or email.

Saturday June 11th, 2016 is the final registration

date to guarantee a spot.

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Youth Winter Programs· continued

Lakefield District Minor Hockey

Association

Address: 20 Concession Street,

Lakefield

Website: www.lakefieldminorhockey.ca

Lakefield District Minor Hockey Association is

looking forward to another successful season in

2016-2017. They now offer on-line registration, online

payments and "early bird" rates until June 30,

2016. Remember, they also offer multi-child

discounts! Canadian Hockey Enterprise training

included with registration.

1. On-Line Registration for the 2016-2017 season

will open March 1, 2016

2. In person registration is June 25, 2016 at the

Lakefield-Smith Community Centre from

9 am -12 noon

Visit our website frequently for updates and

registration details!

Youth Winter Programs· continued

Public Skating

Come together to participate in our Public Skating

Program at the Ennismore Community Centre and

the Lakefield-Smith Community Centre. We offer

general public skating for everyone, parent and tot

skating and seniors skating.

General Public Skating

Lakefield Saturday 12:00 pm -1 :00 pm

Ennismore Sunday 1 :30 pm - 2:30 pm

Parent and Tot Skating - $2. per person

Lakefield Tuesday 11 :00 am - 12:00 pm

Ennismore Monday 10:00 am - 11 :00 am

Seniors Skating - $2. per person

Lakefield Tues. & Fri. 9:00 am - 11 :00 am

Ennismore Monday

1 :00 pm - 3:00 pm

Check our website for special skate days!

PA Day Youth Shinny - $5.00 per person

Ennismore Community Centre Only

Ages 8 and under ....... 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Ages 9 to 11 .............. 10:00 am - 11 :00 am

Ages 12 and over ...... 11 :00 am - 12:00 pm

Full Hockey Equipment Mandatory. This is a noncontact

activity. All children under 12 must have

adult supervision

Lakefield Chiefs

Junior C Hockey Club

Address: P.O. Box 201 ,

Lakefield ON, KOL 2HO

Website:

ohalakefield.pointstreaksites.com/view/ohalakefield

The Lakefield Chiefs home games are Tuesdays at 7

pm throughout the hockey season at the Lakefield­

Smith Arena. Come out and support our local Junior

C team! Lakefield opponents, game dates & times

to be announced.

2015/2016 Public Skating Sponsors

Around the Lakes Contracting, Basterfield & Associates,

Baker & Cole, Bell's Auto & Truck, Blue Diamond Window

Cleaning, Bowles Valu Mart, Bridgenorth Deli, Bridgenorth

Dental Clinic; Dr. John Lyne, Bridgenorth Home Hardware,

Bridgenorth Pharmacy, Buckhorn Sand & Gravel,

Commercial Press, Craftworks at the Barn, Dodge Custom

Carpets, Ennismore Foodland, Ennismore Homestead

Theatre, Ennismore Optimist Club, Glen Watson

Construction, Granite Ridge Estates, Healthy Kids

Community Challenge, Hendren Funeral Home, John Young

Trucking, Kawartha Clean Air & Burning Sensations,

Kawartha Embroidery, Lakefield Dentistry; Dr. Joshi,

Lakefield I.DA, Lakefield Foodland, Lakefield Trail, Mini

Might Excavating, Mike Dunford Excavating, North Kawartha

Disposal, Peterborough Certified Home Inspections, Pizza

Hut, R & J Machine, RD Printing Service, Robert Young

Construction, Ross Dunford Contracting, Rota Spa Hot

Tubs, Royal Canadian Legion, Sayer Heating, Savage Arms,

Selwyn Outreach Centre, Shaun Milne Signs, Sunshrine Day

Spa & Salon, Swish, The Village Inn, Tim Horton's, Tin

Banger for Design, TLC Plumbing, Vic Johnson Contracting,

Village Pet Food Supply, Winslow-Gerolamy Motors, Young's

Point Fitness 24 hour Access, Young's Point General Store.

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Youth Winter Programs· continued

Lakefield Skating Club

Address: P.O. Box 24, Lakefield

Email: lakefieldskating@gmail.com

Website: www.lakefieldskatingclub.com

The Lakefield Skating Club offers a variety of skating

programs from October to March.

CanSkate: Children 3 and up to learn fundamental

skating skills from a certified Skate Canada coach.

Good for all ice sports: hockey, ringette, figure

skating or general skating development. Monday

from 6-7pm or Saturday 9-10am

Advanced CanSkate and StarSkate: Concentrated

group lessons taught by a certified Skate Canada

coach.

Visit the website for more information.

Historical Societies

Lakefield Historical Society

Address:P.O. Box 1215, Lakefield

Tel: Derry Wilford 705-652-6232 or

Neil Wasson 705-652-8252.

Historical Society meets at 7:00 pm on the last

Thursday of the month from September-November

and March-May and the Lakefield Legion Hall.

Smith-Ennismore Historical Society & SEL

Museum

Address: 826 Ward Street, P.O. Box 41 , Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-292-9430 or call Bernice or John Harris at

705-742-7390

Email: sehs@sehs.on.ca

Website: www.sehs.on.ca

Smith-Ennismore Lakefield Museum & Archives is a

division of Smith-Ennismore Historical Society and

offers historical documents of early Smith and

Ennismore Townships with free computerized

ge~ealogy, and research of local history. Displaying

artifacts and records with Virtual Presentations.

Meetings are open to the public and are held the

third Thursday of every month at 1 :30 pm with light

lunch to follow and is also open to the public

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 pm - 4 pm, or by

appointment.

Adult Winter Programs

Ennismore Curling Club

Address: 555 Ennis Rd. Ennismore

Tel: 705292-5200

E-mail: ennismorecurling@yahoo.ca

Website: www.ennismorecurlingclub.com

Curling, a great way to spend your winter! Featuring

leagues and bonspiels for all skill levels, including

beginners. Come join the curling club for fun,

friendship and fitness. For more information

checkout the website or call.

Lakefield Curling Club

Address: 12 Nicholls Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-3205

www.lakefieldcurlingclub.ca

Sign-up at the Lakefield Curling Club and beat the

winter blues with endless curling activities! Men's

division, ladies division, mixed, juniors and new

curlers. Check out the website or call for more

information on programs and registration.

Ontario Speed Skating Oval & Nordic Centre

Tel: 705-652-7041

Email: skate@ontariospeedskatingoval.com

Website: www.ontariospeedskatingoval.com

The Ontario Speed Skating Oval will be offering local

residents with an opportunity to experience skating

on the 400 metre track. The Oval volunteers will

have the ice on the Oval prepared for regular club

practices, as well as a number of Special Events and

the regular Sunday afternoon Free Public Skating

Sessions. Before you visit

the Oval you can check the

website on the daily ice

conditions. If you are

interesting in joining the

Lakefield Speed Skating

Club please contact the

club.

Winter Walking Drop-In

Address: Ennismore Community Centre,

553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-9507

Strap on your running shoes on a cold winter day

and walk around the Ennismore Community Centre.

The doors are open for residents to enjoy an indoor

walking space during the winter months at no charge.

Did you know walking ....

• Walking refreshes the mind, reduces fatigue

and increases energy!

• Walking relieves stress and tension!

• Walking strengthens bones!

Walk Mondays & Tuesdays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Wednesdays & Thursdays from 7:00 am - 10:00 am

visit us at www.se(wyY\township.ca fot" aY\y updates


Youth Summer Programs

Bridgenorth Minor Sports

Tee-ball and soccer will be taking place on

Saturdays in Bridgenorth for the 2016 summer!

Please note Bridgenorth Minor Sports is now being

run by the Ennismore Optimist Club. Please see

Ennismore Optimist Youth Sports for registration

dates.

Ennismore Optimist Club "Bringing out the

Best in Kids"

Tel: 705-292-0633 or 705-292-0038

Website: www.ennismoreoptimistclub.com

Ennismore Sports are from Monday to Thursday and

Bridgenorth Sports are Saturday mornings only.

Registration Dates:

• Online registration for all sports opens Feb.6, 2016

www.ennismoreoptimistclub.com (PayPal)

• March 5, March 19 & April 9

from 9 am - 12 noon on at Optimist Hall for all sports

(under the Ennismore Library)

• March 12 at the Bridgenorth Library

9am - 12 noon for all sports.

Ennismore Sports:

• Ball Hockey

• Box Lacrosse

• Field Lacrosse

• Golf Lessons

• Rookie Ball

• Soccer

• Tennis Lessons

Bridgenorth Sports:

• Soccer

• Tee Ball

All sports cost $60.00 with the exception of Ball

Hockey and Box Lacrosse which is $70. All costs

are per child per sport.

Youth Summer Programs - continued

Ennismore Summer Art Camp

Ennismore Heritage Community Art Space Centre

Address: 507 Ennis Road, Ennismore ON

Tel: 705-742-3221, Website: www.artschoolptbo.org

The camp runs August 15 - 19 from 8:30 - 4:30 pm,

for ages 5-12

Members Fee: $193.50 / Non Members Fee: $215

Register online or by phone

There's no better way to spend your summer break!

Young artists will enjoy participating in an exciting week

of creativity. Activities include drawing and painting,

sculpture and a pottery

project. Explore a

variety of mediums

while trying out new

techniques that will not

disappoint. Space is

limited so register early.

Please bring a lunch,

water bottle, sun screen,

hat and most of all, be

prepared to get messy!

We are a nut free facility!

Lakefield Minor Softball

Tel: Jessica Taylor 705-979-2013 or

Yvonne Wilford 705-652-7128.

Lakefield Minor Softball is back! For age groups

born between 2004 and 2012. Please contact us for

registration information.

Lakefield Youth Unlimited

Address: 10 Hill Street, Lakefield

Mail: P.O. Box 1178, Lakefield

Tel: 705-651-0156

Email: lakefield@youthunlimitedkaw.com

Website: www.lakefieldyouthunlimited.com

Office Hours: Monday to Thursday 9 am - 1 pm

Spring Programs:

After School Program: Grades 2-5 - Tuesdays 3:20-

5:00 pm at St. John's Anglican Church.

Contact Sarah Jones at (705) 761-1166

Jr. High Drop In Program: Grades 6-8 - After the Bell

Tuesdays 3:00-5:00 pm at LOSS. Gym Night­

Thursdays 7:00-8:30 pm at LOSS. Contact LYU.

Sr. High Program: For students at LOSS - Lunch hour

drop in, contact Amanda Moelker 705-761-5040.

See website for summer programs and up-to-date

events.

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Youth Summer Programs - continued

Lakefield Youth Soccer

Email: lakefieldsoccer@hotmail.com

Lakefield Youth Soccer registration information can

be picked up or dropped off at the Village Pet Food

and Supply, on a first come basis. Cost is $40 and

$50 after March 5th.

Peterborough Ultimate League - PUL

Address: Chemung Lake District Lions Club Park

Tel: 705-745-5435

Email: cameron@nervemedia.ca

Website: www.pultimate.ca

The Peterborough Ultimate League juniors program

is an 8-week session (Mondays, May and June)

designed to teach the game of ultimate frisbee to

youth 8 - 14 years of

age. Emphasis is on

skills, drills and some

game play. Registration

scheduled for Thursday,

April 14th at the Spiplex

(www.spiplex.com).

Check out the website

for more details.

YMCA Lakefield Summer Day Camp

Address: Lakefield Beach

Tel: 705-748-9622

Website: www.ymcaofceo.ca

Summer Day Camp is for ages 4 to 12 years, the

camp runs weekly beginning July 4, 2016 to

September 2nd, 2016.

Your child will enjoy an unforgettable week of camp

with outstanding staff ensuring they are in a safe and

positive environment. Campers will take part in a

variety of engaging activities such as swimming at

the Lakefield Beach, canoeing, sports, crafts,

scavenger hunts and many more. Exciting day trips

and special guests are another great addition to the

camp experience.

To register for the camp, please visit the YMCA of

Central East Ontario - Basillie Branch located at 123

Alymer Street South, Peterborough.

Youth Summer Programs - continued

Red Cross Swimming Lesson

Address: Swimming Lessons take place at Jones

Beach, 908 Jones Beach Rd., Bridgenorth

Tel: Theresa Beresford 705-652-7452 or

Paul English 705-292-9802

Bridgenorth Red Cross Swimming instruction

programs are available at Jones Beach in

Bridgenorth. Registration begins June 5, 2016 from

10 am till 12 noon at the Lions Park in Bridgenorth.

Program Session Run:

June 27 - July 8 / July 11 - July 22 / July 25 - Aug. 5

Cost per session: 1 child - $25.00, 2 children -

$40.00, and 3 or more children - $55.00.

The Program is sponsored by the Chemung Lake

District Lions Club. Please call for more information.

Adult Summer Programs

Ennismore Ladies Softball

Address: 553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-772-1718

Email: Laurie.robinson@bell.net

Ladies softball is played on Monday evenings at the

Robert E Young Recreation Complex in Ennismore.

Registration this spring will be April 9, 2016 from 9

am to 12 noon at the Optimist Hall (545 Ennis Road).

For more information contact Laurie Robinson.

Season runs from Monday, May 9th until Labour

Day. New players are welcome.

Lakefield Horseshoes

Address: Lakefield Curling Club - 12 Nicholls Street,

Lakefield

Tel: 705-749-3888

Email: jim.wilford@sympatico.ca

Horseshoes are played from May to October at the

Lakefield Curling and Horseshoe Club. Games are

played on Monday nights from 6:30 to 10:30 pm. A

closing banquet and dance will be held in the fall

when league prizes are presented. Registration

dates are AprilS and April 7 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at

the Lakefield Curling Club downstairs. General

meeting will be held April 25 at 7pm at the Lakefield

Curling Club. For information contact Jim Wilford.

Lakeside Sio-Pitch

Tel: 705-750-8736

Email: mattfairfield@hotmail.com

Lakeside SiC-Pitch is looking to expand to 8 teams

for the 2016 season. Games are played Tuesday

nights at both the Lakefield and Bridgenorth

diamonds. Spare players are also needed. Contact

Matt Fairfield for more information.

Lakeside Sio-Pitch would also entertain the idea of a

Woman's Division. Contact Matt if you have any

idea's or would want to combine your league. More

Baseball the Better!

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~ community

~ care

Empowering you to live at home

Community Care provides reliable support

for seniors (60+) and adults living with

physical challenges to empower them to live

at home.

Services include:

Housework and Maintenance

• Visiting

• Fitness Classes

• New to You Shops

• Blood Pressure Clinic

• Medical Equipment Loan Cupboard

• Volunteer Opportunities

Transportation

• Caremobile

• Hot & Frozen Meals on Wheels

• Distress Alarms

• Reassurance Calls

• Diner's Club

• Home at Last

For more information please contact the

Community Care office nearest you or visit

www.commcareptbo.org

Community Care Locations

Chemung Community Care

549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-8708

E-mail: chemung@commcareptbo.org

Office Hours: 9 am - 1 pm Weekdays

Blood Pressure Clinic: Wednesday's 1 - 2:30 pm

Drop In: Thursday's Sept to June from 1 - 3 pm

Exercise Class: Monday & Wednesday 3 - 3:30 pm;

Thursday 10:05 - 10:35 am

Strengthening and Stability Classes: Monday &

Wednesday 2 - 2:30 pm; Thursday 9:30 - 10 am

Yoga Classes: Tuesday & Friday 9:30 - 10 am;

Tuesday and Friday 10:05 - 10:35 am

July 16, 2016 - Look for the Community Care Booth

at the Shamrock Festival!

~----------------------

Lakefield Community Care

40 Rabbit Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-8655

E-mail: lakfield@commcareptbo.org

Office Hours: Monday to Thursday, 9:30 am - 3:30

pm, Friday, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Fitness Classes: Mon & Thurs 9:00 - 10:00 am at

Lakefield Intermediate School, and Exercise and

Falls Prevention Classes on Tues and Thurs 2:15

and 3:00 pm, 40 Rabbit St

Blood Pressure Clinic: Third Wednesday of every

month 1 - 3 pm, 40 Rabbit Street

Monthly Diner's Club: First Monday of the month,

noon, Sept to June, Lakefield United Church $10 per

person

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Harvey Community Care

1937 Lakehurst Road, Buckhorn

Tel : 705-657-2171

E-mail: harvofc@commcareptbo.org

Office Hours: 10:00 am - 1 :00 pm Weekdays

Blood Pressure Clinics: Fourth Friday of every month

- call for locations

Monthly Diner's Club: March 15, May 11, June 7,

Sept 20, Oct 18 Nov 18 Dec 15.

Seniors Picnic June 29 and Holly Tea and Loonie

Auction on Dec 1. Dinner at several different

locations, cost $10

Prevention of Falls Exercise Classes: Mondays &

Weds 12:00-1 :00 at Buckhorn Community Centre

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Senior Information

Chemung Senior Citizen's Family

Address: 832 Charles Street, Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-749-9093

Members (over 50) meet on Tuesday at noon from

September through June. We also have some

outings during summer.

o 1 st Tuesday of the month - Potluck at Bridgenorth

United Church.

o 2nd Tuesday of the month - Social time, cards &

board games at Bridgenorth United Church.

Sandwiches, tea & coffee at noon.

o 3rd Tuesday of the month - meet at a local

restaurant.

o 4th Tuesday of the month - meet for a community

outing.

The group also meets informally on Monday

mornings at 10 am at McDonalds on Chemong

Road to have coffee and chat. Please call for more

information.

Senior Information- continued

Ennismore Seniors Activity Club

Address: Ennismore Firehall at 801 Tara Road,

Ennismore

Tel: Doug Grice: 705-292-0222

All seniors in the community are welcome.

Activities for the 50+ crowd are as follows:

Monday 9:30 a.m. Exercise group

1 :00 p.m. Needle Work Group

Tuesday 8:00 a.m. Pool and Carving

1 :00 p.m. Folk Art

Wednesday 10:00 a.m. Clogging

1 :00 p.m. Mixed Darts

Thursday 9:30 a.m. Line dancing

1 :00 p.m. Cards

Friday 8:00 a.m. Carving and Pool

1 :00 p.m. Bid Euchre

Lunches are held at the club rooms every second

Wednesday of the month at 12:00 pm, tickets must

be purchased in advance.

Golden Years Club - Lakefield

Address: 275 Queen Street, Lakefield

Tel: Barb Howard 705-652-0202

Barb Craig 705-652-3148

Harry Stegenga 705-652-8164

Website: www.lakefieldgoldenyears.ca

Golden Years is comprised of seniors 55+ who

although in their golden years still serve their

community and just like to have fun. There is annual

fee of $20, then a minimal user fee ($1.00 to $5.00)

for each event. Activities include various card

games; euchre, bridge and cribbage. Activities also

include scrabble, book club, card making and art

classes

VON

Lakefield VON Adult Day Program

Address: 135 Queen Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-651-0141

Offers a pleasant social experience in a safe and

stimulating environment for older adults who live in

the community and are in need of support to remain

at home. VON provides a regular day of respite for

family caregivers.

Program runs from Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to

4:30 pm

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Selwyn Township

on Facebook & Twitter

visit us at www.selwyntownship.ca For any updates


SELWYN

PUBLIC

LIBRARY

www.MyPublicLibrary.ca

Library Programs and Events

Dynamic, fun, free and educational programs

exist for all ages that encourage a lifelong

love for books and reading. Programs and

events happen at all the library locations at

varying dates and times throughout the year.

Visit our website for more information.

Program When Information

Babytime

Toddlertime

Preschool Storytime

Homeschool Programs

P.A. Day Prograns

Children Summer Programs

Holiday Special Events

Teen and Tween Programs

Adult Book Clubs

Fall and Winter

Fall and Winter

Spring and Fall

October - May

For ages birth to 18 months

For ages 19 months to 2 years

For ages 3 and up

For ages 6 and up

Throughout the school year For ages 3 and up

July - August

For all ages

Throughout the school year For all ages

Throughout the school year For ages 10 and up

Monthly; September - June

New members always welcome

Big Screen Movie Night Monthly; October - April Enjoy popcorn and a movie on the big screen

at the Bridgenorth Library!

eBook and eReader Assistance By appointment Contact your local library to make an

appointment

Ontario Public Library Week

SPARK Photography Festival

Book Sales

Annually in October

Celebrate our library with us!

Throughout the month of April Features the work of Garry Barker, Steve

Brittain, Ralph Colley and Jennie Versteeg at

the Bridgenorth Library

Spring and Fall

Withdrawn and donated books are made

available twice a year. Proceeds from the book

sales support our library's programs and services.

Save money and discover a great bargain at our New-to-You Stores!

Our stores benefit our community through the provision of affordable clothing and giftware. The

funds raised at our stores support our library's programs and services

Causeway Treasure Trove

826 Ward Street, Bridgenorth

Wed, Thurs, Fri: 10:00 - 4:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 - 1 :00 pm

Renewed Classics

8 Queen Street, Lakefield

Monday to Friday: 10:00 - 4:00 pm; Saturday: 10:00 - 2:00 pm

The Thrift Shop (hours may be subject to change)

549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tuesday 10:00 - 1 :00 pm; Wednesday 10:00 - 3:30 pm;

Thursday: 1 :00 - 3:30 pm

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Where to Find Us

• Bridgenorth Branch: 836 Charles St., PO Box 500, Bridgenorth, ON KOL 1 HO; 705-292-5065 fax: 705-292-6695

• Ennismore Branch: 551 Ennis Road, Ennismore, ON KOL no;

(Next to the Ennismore Community Centre) 705-292-8022 fax: 705-292-8687

• Lakefield Branch: 8 Queen Street, P.O. Box 2200, Lakefield, ON KOL 2HO; 705-652-8623 fax: 705-652-8887

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Ennismore Library

Bridgenorth

Ennismore

Lakefield

Library Hours and Branch Information

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Closed 10-5 pm 10-2 pm 10-8 pm 10-5 pm 10-2 pm closed

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Service Clubs

Organizations

B.E.L. Rotary Club

Address: P.O. Box 249, Bridgenorth

Website: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/191/

Join today "We are neighbors, community leaders,

and global citizens uniting for the common good.

With you, we can accomplish even more." Check

out BEL Rotary on Facebook or website for more

information.

Chemung Lake District Lions Club

Address: P.O. Box 25, Bridgenorth

Tel: 705-657-2671

Email: chemunglions@gmail.com

The Chemung Lake Lions performs community work

in the Bridgenorth , Ennismore, and Buckhorn area.

The provide Meals on Wheels, Vision and Hearing

services, and help youth. Check out Chemung Lions

on Facebook!

Ennismore Optimist Club

Address: P.O. Box 346, Bridgenorth

www.ennismoreoptimistclub.com

The Ennismore Optimist Club is a

youth and community service club OPTIMIST CLUB

who organizes youth sports; safety, educational and

social activities and community volunteer services.

The club also sponsors a public speaking contest

for school children, aged 15 and under. Visit website

for more information.

Kawartha Land Trust

Address: 156B McDonnel Street,

Peterborough, ON,

K9H 2V9

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2338,

Peterborough

ON, K9J 7Y8

Tel: 705-743-5599

Email: info@kawarthalandtrust.org

KAWARTHA LAND TRUST

Protecting the land you love.

Website: www.kawarthalandtrust.org

Kawartha Land Trust is a non-governmental

organization and a registered charity dedicated to

acquiring land and interests in land and maintaining

it in a natural state. KLT invites you to pick up a

shield as well, and join them in protecting the

forests, fields, wetlands and shorelines of the

Kawarthas. What could be better than spending time

in the lovely natural areas of the region while helping

to conserve them for future generations? If you

would like to help KLT protect the land you love,

please call or visit the website.

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Lakefield & District Lions Club

Address:P.O. Box 202, Lakefield

Lakefield & District Lioness Club

Address: P.O. Box 1141, Lakefield

Whenever a Lions club gets together,

problems get smaller and communities

get better. We help where help is needed. Meetings

take place at the Lakefield Marshland Centre. Check

out Lakefield Lions on Facebook. Join today!

Royal Canadian Legion

Branch 77

Address: 10 Nicholls St.,

P.O. Box 95, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-7988

Email: branch77@nexicom.net

The Legion is a democratic,

non-partisan, member based

organization whose mission is to

serve Veterans, which includes

serving military and RCMP

members and their families; to

promote Remembrance; and to serve our

communities and our country.

St. Martin's Knights of Columbus

Address: 513 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-7335 Paul Young

Website: www.stmartinsennismore.com

Knights of Columbus is for males over 18 years of

age. There are 1.8 million members worldwide

dedicated to helping local parish priests, poor

Catholics and the community at large, for more

information contact Paul Young.

Peterborough Family

Resource Centre

Address: 71 Bridge Street,

Lakefield

Tel: 705-748-9144

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Peterborough Family

Resource Centre

Email: administrator@pfrc.ca Website: www.pfrc.ca

PFRC provides prenatal and family supports for

parents and care providers of children age 0-6 in six

urban and rural family hub sites. The Lakefield Hub

is located at Lakefield District Intermediate School.

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Lakefield Jazz, Art & Craft Festival

Location: Isabel Morris Park, 20 Concession Street,

Lakefield

Date: July 9, 2016 Time: 10 am to 11 pm

Website: www.lakefieldjazzfest.ca

The 18th annual Lakefield Jazz, Art & Craft Festival

invites you, your friends, and family to come to a

breezy day of outdoor summer living beside

Lakefield's scenic Otonabee River. Enjoy a wide variety

of live jazz, colourful works for sale by artisans and

crafters, plus local catered food and ice cold

beverages, including Publican House Brewery.

Creative artisans and crafters will be offering paintings,

jewellery, furniture, carvings and more. Visit the

website for the musical line-up and list of artisans. You

will not want to miss this fantastic event, our 2015

festival had over 1600 attendants!

Ennismore Shamrock Festival

Location: 553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Date: July 15 to 17, 2016

Times: Friday 7 pm to 9 pm, Saturday 8 am to 3 pm,

Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm

Website: www.ennismoreshamrockfestival.ca

The annual July festival in Ennismore is held at the

Robert E. Young Recreation Complex. It is a 3-day

celebration featuring events for all age groups.

Friday night fireworks, Saturday is a family fun day

including the Optimist Club Ball Hockey and Soccer

Tournament. Sunday features the annual Truck and

Tractor Pulls. The festival is free with the exception

of the Truck and Tractor Pull which is a $5.00 per

person admission

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PolarFest

Location: Various locations throughout Bridgenorth,

Ennismore and Lakefield

Date: February 3 to 5, 2017

Time: Vary per event

Website: www.PolarFest.ca

check us out on Facebook!

PolarFest is an exciting family festival, offering

something for everyone to enjoy. It is a weekend full of

laughter, friendly competition and the enjoyment of

winter. Choose from activities for the young and the

young at heart. Speed skating, ice carvings, pond

hockey, lake curling, polar paddle canoe race, guided

night hike, horse drawn sleigh ride and for the very

brave ... the Polar Plunge! Visit the website for a

detailed list of events and times.

For more information on the festivals, to join a committee, or volunteer at an event,

visit our website or contact the Township office at 705·292·9507

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Mar c h 2016

Community Events

Mar c h 2016

Check the Selwyn Township

website public skating page

for information on

March Break Public Skating.

Wine, Stein & Dine Gala

Bridgenorth Beautification Committee (BBC)

Date: March 5, 2016

Time: Beginning at 6 pm

Address: Quarry Golf Club, 447 Tara Rd, Ennismore

Phone: Rosalind MacQuarrie 705-292-0471

E-mail: bridgenorthbeautification@gmail.com

Ticket sales will be limited to 120 persons. This will

be the event of the year to attend! For the cost of

your ticket, you will receive a gourmet dinner, with

wine and beer pairings at each course. There will be

live entertainment and a 50/50 draw. A cash bar will

be available as well. Tickets go on sale February 1 st.

Call Rosalind to reserve.

Emily Johnstone on "Invasive Species in the

Garden"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: March 8, 2016

Time: 7:00 pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd,

Lakefield

Emily Johnston, Invasive Species Outreach Liaison

with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters

Invading Species Awareness Program, will be

presenting a slideshow packed with information on

some of the most common invasive plants found in

Ontario. She will focus on their origin and history,

key identification features, the impacts they have,

and how to control them effectively to prevent further

spreading.

23rd Annual Buckhorn MapleFest

Date: March 12 & 13, March 19 & 20, and

March 25, 26 & 27, 2016

Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Address: 2191 16th Line of Smith, Lakefield

Tel: 705-657-2134

Website: www.mcleanberryfarm.com

There is nothing quite as sweet as springtime and

the McLean's Maplefest proves this every year at

their annual Maplefest! Whether irs going for a

wagon ride, eating pancakes with fresh maple syrup

or seeing how the sweet stuff is made, there is

something to do for everyone! Kids and kids at heart

love tapping their toes and swinging their hips to live

music, trying their hand at tapping a maple tree and

testing their toffee on snow twirling skills to get a

taste of the sweet stuff! Whatever it is you're looking

for this spring, McLean's Maplefest is a great way for

everyone to shake off a long winter and enjoy the

celebration of spring's arrival! For costs and

additional information visit the McLean website.

All About Gourds - Growing and Crafting Them

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: March 16, 2016

Address: 549 Ennis Rd. Ennismore

Earth Hour

Date: March 19, 2016

Time: 8:30 to 9:30 pm

Lakefield Trail Stewardship Committee encourages

everyone to join thousands of Canadians and others

around the world to turn out their lights for one hour

to show their support for action on climate change.

Apr II 2016

Ennismore Ladies Softball Registration

Date: April 9, 2016 from at the

Time: 9:00 am to 12 noon

Address: Optimist Hall, 545 Ennis Rd., Ennismore

See Adult Summer Programs

Darren Heimbecker on "Whistling

Gardens-New and Old Plants"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: April 12, 2016; Time: 7:00 pm

Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

Tel: 705-657-3072 or 705-743-0068.

The presentation will cover some of the latest woody

plant introductions and a light hearted look at the

behind the scenes of building of the Canada's

Newest Botanical Garden. There will be a $7.00

charge for the event. Advance tickets are available;

please call for tickets.

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Apr i I 2016

Optimist Oratorical Contest

Date: April 15, 2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Address: Optimist Hall, 545 Ennis Rd., Ennismore

(under library)

Topic "How my Best Brings Out The Best In Others"

Chicks N' Stones, Succulents growing with

Rocks

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: April 21, 2016

Address: 549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Ennismore Optimist Wildlife Dinner & Auction

Fundraiser

Date: April 23, 2016, Time: 6:00 pm to 12:00 am

Address: Ennismore Curling Club,

555 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: Jack Flood 705-292-0038 or

Randy Horton 705-292-7369

Doors open at 6pm and dinner at 7 pm, this is an

age of majority event. Catering by Franz's and

entertainment by After Dark band. Tickets are $50

please call to purchase.

Lakefield Trail Work Day for Earth Week

Date: April 23, 2016, Time: 9:00 am

Address: Water Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-292-9507

Website: www.lakefieldtrail.ca

Anyone interested in preparing the Lakefield

Millennium Trail for the summer is invited to meet at

the Shade Shelter on Water Street in Lakefield at

9:00 am. Bring a shovel, rake and push broom. For

more information contact the Township Office.

May 2016

James Gang Lacrosse

Come out to Ennismore

and cheer on the James Gang

Senior Lacrosse team at J

the Robert E. Young Recreation

Complex, 553 Ennis Road.

Visit www.jamesganglacrosse.com

to view the game schedule.

Frank Kershaw on "Miraculous Mosses for

Garden Design"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: May 10, 2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd,

Lakefield

Learn how to identify and use various mosses and

companion plants in exciting garden applications

varying from a moss lawn to green moss accents on

garden sculptures. The care and propagation of

mosses for both sun and shade will be included.

Lakefield Trail Garden Work Day

Date: May 14, 2016, Time: 9:00 am

Address: Lakefield

Tel: 705-292-9507

Website: www.lakefieldtrail.ca

Anyone interested in helping the Lakefield Trail

Committee with garden clean up can join! Bring a

shovel, rake or wheelbarrow, there will also be extra

garden supplies on hand. For more information

contact the Township office.

Drew Monkman: Speaker

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: May 19, 2016

Address: 549 Ennis Rd., Ennismore

Nature in the Kawartha's, "How Climate is Affecting

our Flora and Fauna" as well as a newly book

published book: "Nature Activities Families Can Do

in the Kawartha's"

LAWS Yard Sale & BBQ

Date: May 21 , 22 & 23, 2016

Address: 2887 Lakefield Road, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-0588

Website: www.lakefieldanimalwelfare.org

Drop items off starting at 8am Friday May 21 , and

then go shopping - 3 days of great treasure hunting

- shop Saturday & Sunday beginning at 8 am, lots of

bargains for everyone. Come out and support our

animals. Lakefield Animal Welfare Society-(LAWS) is

a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the

safety and well-being of companion animals and to

ensuring the humane treatment of abandoned and

stray animals. Watch for details and updates on all

events on their website.

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May 2016

Annual Plant Sale

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: May 21, 2016, Time: 8.30 am to 11 :30 am

Location: Cenotaph Park Lakefield, Bridge Street

Website: www.lakefieldhort.org

Come early because the plants disappear quickly!

Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions and

help you choose plants for your garden. Sun,

Shade, Dry, Wet - they can help! Rain or shine!

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thurs. starting May 26 th to mid-October

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

(by the Lakefield Arena, 20 Concession St.)

Email: info@lakefieldfarmersmarket.net

Website: www.lakefieldfarmersmarket.net

Check them out on Facebook!

The 7th season for the Lakefield Market opens May

26 th • The farmer's market provides locals a great

place to shop, mingle, try variety of foods and hang

out under the sun listening to music with a cup of

coffee and some snacks! At this year's season

opener, there will be prizes to be won, games to be

played and samples to be tried!

With a ribbon cutting to start the day!

The Lakefield Farmer's Market looks

forward to seeing their returning

visitors and meeting new ones! MARKET

Golf Fore Care

Date: May 28, 2016

Address: Katchiwano Golf and Country Club,

1730 Young's Point Rd, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-8655

Email: lakfield@commcareptbo.org

Website: www.commcareptbo.org

Join Golf Fore Care, a golf tournament to support

Community Care, call or email for more information.

Proceeds help Community Care continue to empower

seniors and adults with physical challenged to live

independently in their own homes, where they want to be!

Peterborough MS Walk

Date: May 29, 2016

Time: Check in at 8:00 am and start at 10:00 am

Address: St. Peter's Secondary School, 730 Medical

Drive, Peterborough

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Website: www.mssoc.convio.net

The MS Walk is a celebration of the power we have

to change the lives of Canadians with MS. Every

year more than 40,000 Canadians, in more than 160

communities across our country gather to fundraise

and walk together to show support and fight to end MS.

May 2016

Visit to "Green House on the River"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: May 31 ,2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Walk about at the Greenhouse on the River, each

year the Horticultural Society add an extra evening

to their schedule at prime gardening season where

they visit one of our local greenhouses or garden

centres.

Ju.ne is

Recreation & Parks Month

In Ontario, June was first proclaimed Recreation and

Parks month in 2005 to celebrate the benefits of

recreation and parks throughout the province.

Everyone is encouraged to enjoy our parks and

trails through an outdoor activity.

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

See May 2016 for more information.

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Nature Hike for Earth Week

Date: June 4, 2016, Time: 10:00 am

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd,

Lakefield

Tel: 705-292-9507

Website: www.lakefieldtrail.ca

In celebration of the International Trails Day, join

local field naturalists in a guided nature hike along

the Lakefield Millennium Trail, sponsored by the

Lakefield Trail Stewardship committee. For more info

contact the Township office.

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Lakefield Lobsterfest & Show

Date: June 4, 2016, Time: 4:30 pm start

Address: Isabel Morris Park, 20 Concession St.,

Lakefield (adjacent to the Lakefield­

Smith Community Centre)

Tel: 705-652-8242 or 705-652-8713

Kick off summer by attending the 6th Annually

Lakefield Lobsterfest & Show at Isabel Morris Park

under the Create Shade Party

Tent. The dinner servings are

from 4:30 pm till 7:30 pm followed

by a show at 8 pm. Tickets are

$60 and are limited. For

information please call. This

event is brought to you by the

two Lions Clubs of Lakefield

with all proceeds going back to

the betterment of our community

& surrounding area.

Lakefield Fairy & Dragon Fest

Date: Sat., June 11, 2016, Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Address: Cenotaph Park Lakefield -Intersection of

Bridge Street and Water Street

Website: www.celticconnection.ca

Welcome to the world of fairies, magic and whimsy!

Don't miss out on the costumed event - Prizes for

Best Costumes for all ages! Featuring sword fighting

knights from www.BladesofGlory.ca. Fairy Princesses

from Northumberland Princess Parties, Conga

Parades and dancing with the knights and princesses.

There are a variety of activities and vendors.

Sponsorship opportunities available, contact Mary at

the Celtic Connection for details 705-651-2012.

Lakefield Chiefs Golf Tournament

Date: June 12, 2016

Address: Katchiwano Golf Club, 1730 Youngs Point

Rd, Lakefield

Tel: Please contact Rick Deblos - 705-957-5900 or

Doug Moriarty - 705-927-4775 for more information

Toni Sinclair on "Grow and Show-tips for

showing flowers"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: June 14, 2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

$5.00 at the door

Chemung Community Care Summer Event

Date: June 15, 2016

Address: Ennismore Waterfront Park, 1053 Ennis

Road, Ennismore

Tel: Please call to register 705-292-8708

Pot Luck Supper at the Ennismore Waterfront

Park with Garden Tour.

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: June 16, 2016

Address: Ennismore Waterfront Park, 1053 Ennis

Road, Ennismore

Rose Show

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: June 21 ,2016, Time: 7:30pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

Every year the Society presents an excellent show of

our communities beautiful flowers. The show

focuses on roses and the many varieties now

available. Some roses are especially grown for their

scent while others for their numerous blooms or new

colours. You must be a member to enter your

flowers, so be sure to join up before the rose show.

You don't have to be a member to attend this terrific

show; admission is free!

Family Paddle Day

Date: June 23, 2016, Time: 5:30pm

Address: Lakefield Beach, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

Tel: 705-292-9507

Join the Lakefield Stewardship Committee & the staff

at Adventure Outfitters for an evening paddle on

Katchewanooka Lake, in celebration of National

Canoe Day. Bring your canoe or kayak. Adventure

Outfitters will have extra canoes on hand for those

who don't have one. There will be a beach bonfire

after the paddle. Reservations are required for canoes;

please contact the Township office for more info.

Lakefield Jamboree

Date: June 23 to 26, 2016

Address: Lakefield Fairgrounds, 25 William St., Lkfd.

Tel: Carol Taylor 705-760-3583

Email: caroLtaylor06@gmail.com or

lakefieldjamboree@yahoo.com

Advance admission prior to May 24th is $65 per

person per trailer for the weekend, after May 24th is

$75 per person. Thursday, Friday or Sunday

admission is $15 per person and Saturday is $20 per

person. Weekend Pass $60 for rough camping and

children under 12 are free must be accompanied by

an adult.

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J u I Y 2016

Community Care Tag Days

Date: June 24 and 25, 2016

Tel: 705-652-8655

Email: lakfield@commcareptbo.org

Website: www.commcareptbo.org

Please share your change with volunteers you'll

meet at a variety of businesses throughout Selwyn

and area on Community Care Tag Day. Proceeds

help Community Care continue to empower seniors

and adults with physical challenged to live

independently in their own homes, where they want

to be! Please call or email if you would like to help.

Optimist Soap Box Derby

Date: June, 2016

Website: www.ennismoreoptimistclub.com

The soap box derby is annual event for ages 9 to 13

years old. Date in June to be announced, check

website for updates! You don't want to miss the

excitement!

J u I Y 2016

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

See May 2016 for more information.

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Lakefield Free Movies in the Park

Date: Every Thurs. evening from July to August

Address: Cenotaph Park Lakefield - Bridge Street

Vendors open and activities start at 6 pm and

movies start BEFORE dusk! For ALL ages!

Razberry the Clown and/or Facepainting will take

place at Movies in the Park. Make sure you bring

your own blanket or lawn chair.

Canada Day Celebration at the Legion

Royal Canadian Legion Lakefield

Date: July 1 and 2, 2016

Address: 10 Nicholls Street, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-7988

Canada Day events at the Legion including music,

Lions Club BBQ trailer, costumes, karaoke & much

more!

Lakefield Jazz, Art & Craft Festival

Date: July 9, 2016

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Time: 10:00 am to 11 :00 pm

Address:

Isabel Morris Park,

20 Concession St., Lakefield

Tel: 705-292-9507

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See festival page in guide for more information.

Ennismore Curling Club Garage & Bake Sale

Date: July 8 and 9, 2016

Address: 555 Ennis Rd. Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-5200

E-mail: ennismorecurling@yahoo.ca

Website: www.ennismorecurlingclub.com

Huge garage and bake sale at the Ennismore

Curling Club with something for everyone with

bargains galore! Donations of gently used treasures

are appreciated. For more information and drop-off

dates, please call or email.

Lakefield Literary Festival

Date: July 15 to 17, 2016

Address: Cenotaph Park Lakefield, Bridge St.

Email: message@lakefieldliteraryfestival.com

Website: www.lakefieldliteraryfestival.com

The Festival has writers of interest to the whole

family. A free children's event is held Saturday

morning in Cenotaph Park. Other venues include the

Bryan Jones Theatre at Lakefield College School,

Christ Church Community Museum in the heart of

the Village and the Whatley's charming barn. For

information on events, wheelchair accessibility, ticket

sales, and volunteering email or visit the festival

website.

Shamrock Festival & Truck & Tractor Pull

Date: July 15,16 & 17, 2016, Times: Vary each day

Address: 553 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-9507

Website: www.ennismoreshamrockfestival.ca

See festival page in guide for more information.

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J u I Y 2016

Stoney Lake Boat Cruise

Date: July 19, 2016

Tel: 705-652-8655

Email: lakfield@commcareptbo.org

Website: www.commcareptbo.org

Board the Kawartha Spirit and enjoy lunch as you

cruise beautiful Stoney Lake. Proceeds help

Community Care. Call or email for more

information.

Meeting and Tour at Griffins Garden Centre

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: July 21 , 2016

Address: 549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

161 51 Lakefield Fair

Date: July 22, 23 and 24, 2016

Address: Lakefield Fairgrounds, 25 William St.,

Lakefield

Tel: Carol Taylor at 705-760-3583

Email: lakefieldfair@yahoo.ca

Website: www.lakefieldfair.com

This years Lakefield Fair will continue to highlight

daily livestock shows, truck and tractor pulls, horse

pulls, home craft exhibits, president's mini farm and

agricultural education! The Agricultural Society will

continue to highlight some community favourites

such as Gable Bros. Midway, mud bogs, vintage car

show, musical entertainment and demolition derby!

The fair will be introducing some new exhibits this

year such as a market goat show. Visit the website

for a detailed list of events and times.

Ennismore Homestead Theatre

Address: 951 Tara Road, Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-0324

Website: www.ennismorehomesteadtheatre.com

Set in a century-old barn, audiences are treated to a

rural and intimate setting complete with comfortable

theatre seating, stage lighting and 100 acres of

fields, horses and summer sun as

the theatre's natural backdrop.

Please visit the website for

upcoming show and

ticket info.

Aug u s t 2016

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

See May 2016 for more information.

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Lakefield Free Movies in the Park

Date: Every Thurs. evening from July to August

Address: Cenotaph Park Lakefield - Intersection of

Bridge Street and Water Street

Vendors open and activities start at 6 pm and

movies start BEFORE dusk! For ALL ages!

Razberry the Clown and/or Facepainting will take

place at Movies in the Park. Make sure you bring

your own blanket or lawn chair.

Annual August Flower Show

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: August 4, 2016

Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Address: Scout Building in Isabel Morris Park

(20 Concession Street, Lakefield)

New this year, a flower show in August! The flower

show will be held on the same day as the Lakefield

Market, so we welcome you to the flower show when

you visit the Farmer's market at Isabel Morris Park!

Walk-a-thon

Date: August 27,2016

Address: Lakefield Legion to Lock 25

Tel: 705-652-8655

Email: lakfield@commcareptbo.org

Website: http://www.commcareptbo.org/

Collect pledges to participate in the annual 5 km

walk along the river. Enjoy a BBQ, entertainment and

prizes upon return. Proceeds help Community Care.

Call or email to the 5 km walk.

Lakefield Sidewalk Sale

Date: August 6, 2016

Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Address: Queen Street, Downtown Lakefield

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October 2016

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

See May 2016 for more information.

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LAWS Yard Sale & BBQ

Date: September 2, 3 & 4, 2016

Address: 2887 Lakefield Road, Lakefield

Tel: 705-652-0588

Website: www.lakefieldanimalwelfare.org

Drop items off starting at 8 am Friday Sept 2, and

then go shopping - 3 days of great treasure hunting

- Shop Saturday & Sunday beginning at 8 am.

Come out and support our animals. Lakefield Animal

Welfare Society-(LAWS) is a non-profit organization

dedicated to promoting the safety and well-being of

companion animals and to ensuring the humane

treatment of abandoned and stray animals. Watch

for details and updates on all of our events on our

website.

Ennismore Curling Club Registration

Date: September 9, 2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Address: 555 Ennis Rd. Ennismore

Phone: 705-292-5200

E-mail: ennismorecurling@yahoo.ca

Website: www.ennismorecurlingclub.com

Registration for new curlers, juniors, seniors, men's,

ladies, competitive and mixed leagues. For additional

information, please contact the club or register online.

New curlers welcome, no experience necessary!

Jeff Mason on "Bulbs"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: September 13, 2016, Time: 7:00 pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

One of the easiest ways to bring colour to an early

spring garden is with fall bulbs. Jeff Mason from

Mason House Gardens will demonstrate all the steps

for planting. He'll also share his favourite bulbs and

combinations for the best spring colour.

Perennial Grasses - John's Garden Centre

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Date: September 15, 2016

Address: 549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

32 nd Annual Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour

Date: September 24, 2016, Time: 10 am - 5 pm

Tel: 705-743-9179, Website: www.agp.on.ca

Over 30 artists throughout Peterborough County will

open their studio doors for tours and demonstrations.

Media include painting, encaustics, textiles,

photography, sculpture in wood, glass and clay, and

more. The tour is free and self-drive. For maps visit

Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism or

contact the Art Gallery of Peterborough at

705-743-9179 or visit website.

Lakefield Farmer's Market

Date: Every Thursday

Time: 8:00 am to 1 :00 pm

Address: Isabel Morris Park, Lakefield

See May 2016 for more information.

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Cathy Dueck on "Planting for Butterflies"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event

Date: October 11 , 2016

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

Gardens can act as important connection between

nature and other natural habitat by offering abundant

supplies of nectar. Cathy will show you how to

create a beautiful butterfly garden from the soil up!

Bridgenorth Beautification Committee (BBC)

Date: October 12, 2016

Address: Quarry Golf Club, 447 Tara Rd., Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-0471

E-mail: bridgenorthbeautification@gmail.com

From the runway to the Causeway, a Fashion Show

Fundraiser for the BBC will take place again this year!

There will be refreshments, a silent auction, and a

50/50 draw. Three fashion houses from the area will

participate. A cash bar is available, tickets will go

quickly.

Speaker: Wendy Crowley Local Gardener

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Address: 549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Date: October 20, 2016

Ennismore Curling Club: Want to try curling?

Date: October 23, 2016

Address: 555 Ennis Rd. Ennismore

Tel: 705-292-5200

E-mail: ennismorecurling@yahoo.ca

Website: www.ennismorecurlingclub.com

Curling is a wonderful way for all ages to keep active

and make new friends in the community. The

Ennismore Curling Club hosts several free 'try

curling' events each year, with instruction and

equipment provided. The first event will be held on

October 23rd. Please contact the curling club or

check out the website for more information.


November 2016

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 77 Lakefield

Remembrance Day Events:

Every year on Nov. 11, Canadians pause in a moment

of silence to honour and remember the men and

women who have served, and continue to serve

Canada during times of war, conflict and peace.

Remembrance Services:

Nov. 4, 2016 -10:30 am: Extendicare Lakefield.

Nov. 8, 2016 - 7:00 pm: opening of Lakefield Jr. C

Chief's hockey game.

Nov. 9, 2016 -10:50 am: Bridgenorth at Heritage Park.

Nov. 10, 2016 - 1 :00 pm: Buckhorn at the Buckhorn

Community Centre.

Nov. 11, 2016 - 10:50 am: Lakefield at Cenotaph Park.

For more information call Jim Marsden 705-652-8452

Marcy Adzig on "Food Forests"

Lakefield Horticultural Society Event:

Date: November 8, 2016

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd., Lakefield

Urban Orchards is a growing movement throughout

the world, where communities strive to address food

security and improve pollinator ecology in dense

urban environments. Learn more about some great

urban orchard projects, varieties of fruit trees you

can plant in our bio-region and simple tips to care

for your fruit trees. Throughout the talk Marcy will

also include information about growing vegetables

in your own backyard.

Lakefield Santa Clause Parade

Date: November, 2016, Time: 1 :00 pm

Address: Downtown Lakefield

Tel: Bob Elliot 705-652-9961

Check the Township website for official date in

November. Float marshalling and registration is at

the Lakefield Legion from 12:00 pm till 1 :00 pm on

the same day. No pre-registration. Be sure to meet

Santa at the legion after the parade. Candy and

drinks for the kids.

November 2016

Aimee Blyth - Manager of the seasoned

Spoon - Trent University

Ennismore & District Horticultural Society (Garden Club)

Address: 549 Ennis Road, Ennismore

Date: November 17, 2016 AGM

Christmas at the Marshland

Date: Nov. 19, 20, 2016, Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Address: 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

The Marshland Centre will be decked out for

Lakefield's 11 th Annual Christmas show and sale.

The Village tradition, this boutique style show

features the works of local and regional artisans.

Nestled among the trees on beautiful Hague Point,

the Marshland Centre will be brimming with original

handcrafted items including pottery, gourd art,

jewellery, metal sculpture, textiles, paper art, wood

turning, herbal products, jams, jellies, honey and

many other unique works of art. Please bring a

friend, enjoy a warm glass of cider and spend some

time with us!

December 2016

Check out the Selwyn Township website for a

Holiday Public Skating Schedule

Annual Christmas Pot Luck & AGM

Lakefield Horticultural Society

Date: December 13, 2016

Time: 6:30pm

Address: Marshland Centre, 64 Hague Blvd, Lakefield

January 2017

Check out the Selwyn Facebook page and

website for events happening with the Township.

Feb r u a r y 2017

PolarFest

Location: Various locations throughout Bridgenorth,

Ennismore and Lakefield

Date: February 3 to 5, 2017, Time: Vary per event

www.PolarFest.ca check us out on Facebook!

See festival page in guide for more information.

visit us at www.selwyntownship.ca For any updates


Township Office

1310 Centre Line, Selwyn ON, K9J 6X5

www.selwyntownship.ca

705-292-9507

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