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April 27 – May 31 ~ Peter Rotter at Gallery on the Lake
May ~ Lakefield Legion Branch 77 closing date for nominations for Legionnaire of the Year award is the end of May. Drop by the Branch to fill out nomination papers. The annual Honours and Awards event will be held on June 27.
May 2 – 30 ~ Peterborough Power & Sail Squadron NEW Electronic Navigation class, which runs every Monday and Thursday evening (excluding May 20) from May 2 to May 30. This will be an eight session (4 week) training seminar for Electronic Navigation and will introduce you to the versatile Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers. With this course you will learn simple explanations of the system which makes GPS such an effective navigational aid, and methods of extracting the maximum navigational information from your equipment. Improved position information, course planning and real time speed/direction data improves your boating safety and cruise enjoyment, while reducing transit time and fuel consumption. Learn about the different kinds of electronic charting, how they were developed, their advantages and disadvantages, and how to use them. Get the latest information about connecting your GPS to a laptop, desktop, PDA or tablet computer, and navigational programs. You get practical knowledge by using an electronic charting program that is included on the accompanying CD with over 200 electronic charts. The course also includes simulators and emulators.Cost : $125.00 (includes all course materials) When: Starting Thursday, May 2, every Monday and Thursday (excl. May 20) until May 30 Where: PCVS High School 201 McDonnel St. Peterborough Ontario Room 105 Registration: Contact Jack Scott at (705) 292-0217 or email email@example.com
May 16 – October 10 ~ Lakefield Farmers’ Market Thursdays from May to October, Lakefield-Smith Community Centre parking lot or Isabel Morris Park adjacent to the Lakefield Marina. Local produce, farm products, value-added food items and crafts. Straight from the farmers’, crafters’, cooks’ hands. No resellers. For more information, visit their website: www.lakefieldfarmersmarket.net
May 21 ~ Ennismore Minor Hockey Registration - May 21, 2013 5:30pm to 7:30pm Ennismore Girls Hockey Registration – May 21, 2013 5:30 to 7:00pm Registration will be held at the Optimist Club (lower level of Ennismore Library)
May 22 ~ THE ANNUAL LILAC MUFFIN PARTY at Bridgenorth United Church – 9:00A.M. – 11:30A.M. – prepared by the women of the Church. All you can eat muffins, homemade jam, tea, coffee and juice!! Handsome and Dapper men serving you!! A Deli table and a bake table for you to buy your goodies, and a plant table with a wonderful selection of quality plants for the garden, including Geraniums, Begonias, and more provided by Johnston’s Greenhouse. Admission: $2.50 per person.
May 25 ~ The annual Plant and Bake Sale will take place on Saturday, May 25th, at the Cavendish Community Centre, Community Complex Dr. on Cty. Rd. 507 ( 15 km. north of Flynn’s Corners ). The time: 8.30 to 11 a.m. Early shoppers will find a good variety of perennials and home baked goods and can enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, and muffins.
May 25 ~ The Ennismore and District Horticultural Society will be partnering with the Ennismore Library book sale from 9 – 1. Our Society will be selling healthy perennials and “magic fertilizer.” Join us as we foster the love of gardening while enhancing the natural beauty of Ennismore. Information: 705-292-6209 or 705-292-9483.
May 27 – September 30 ~ Chemung Lake District Lions Cruise Night begin this year on May 27th till Sept 30th . Antique Cars, Trucks and Specialty Vehicles on display. Refreshment and prizes. Come every Monday night from 5:00 P.M. till dusk, weather permitting. Enjoy the cruise night.
May 31 ~ Screening of new documentary “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls”, produced by Exodus Cry. (www.nefarioudocumentary.com) It is gripping and eye-opening and we are bringing it right here to our area. It is important to note that this is being brought with the support and commitment of numerous individuals, churches and businesses in the area. Friday May 31 at 7 pm. Selwyn Outreach Centre 2686 Lakefield Road, Peterborough. (Mature audiences (ages 18+) No charge but free will offering will be received. Sponsored by Baptist Women, area churches and business. For more information call 705-292-8293 or 416-620-295
June 1 ~ Mega-Garage Sale at 1336 Centre Line Smith, hosted by members of Peterborough Power & Sail Squadron. The sale will include household items, tools, nautical items, etc. This is a multi-vendor sale, so there’s bound to be something of interest for everyone!
June 2 ~ Registration for the Chemung Lake Lions Swim Program will be at Lions Park in Bridgenorth on June 2nd from 10am till noon
June 8 ~ Lakefield Lions Lobsterfest - Lobster & Salad plus dessert being served from 3:30 – 7 p.m. Tickets in advance – by May 24 – are $40 and available at the Licencing office in Lakefield, Coyles Tire & Auto, the Lakefield Athletic Club. Call Gary Jones at 705.652.8242 or Larry Taylor at 705.652.0715 for more information.
June 8 ~ 2013 Peterborough Dragon Boat Festival. See the site here.
June 14 ~ Lakefield District Minor Hockey Association Registration:
June 14, 2013 6:00 to 8:00pm
June 15, 2013 9:00am to 12noon
Held at the Lakefield Community Centre
June 17 ~ Omemee and District Horticultural Society is meeting at Coronation Hall, Omemee 7:00 p.m. – June 17, 2013. Come & See our Slide Show - Spring Flower Show & Silent Auction. Come and visit – Bring a friend. www.gardenontario.org/site.php/omemee
June 18 ~ Ennismore Minor Hockey Registration: June 18, 2013 5:30 to 7:30pm
Ennismore Girls Hockey Registration: June 18, 2013 5:30 to 7:00pm
Held at the Optimist Hall (lower level of the Ennismore Library)
June 18 ~ Rose & Flower Show – Lakefield Horticultural Society – www.lakefieldhort.org
June 20 ~ Family paddle event Thursday, June 20, 2013, 5:30 pm – Meet at the Lakefield beach.
June 26 – 30 ~ Lakefield Jamboree 2013 ~ Lakefield Fairgrounds. $60 before June 1/ $65 after June 1. Thur, Fri or Sun is $15 PP and Sat is $20 PP. Weekend pass $40 (Fri, Sat, Sun). Rough camping and children under 12 free with an adult. Contact Carol Taylor at 705.760.3583 or firstname.lastname@example.org
July 6 ~ 15th Lakefield Jazz Art & Craft Festival on the river July 6, 2013
July 6 ~ BBC 17th Annual Street Dance and BBQ www.bridgenorth.ca
July 12 – 14 ~ Lakefield Literary Festival – www.lakefieldliteraryfestival.com
July 13 ~ Huge Craft Show at Bridgenorth United! Mark this on your calendar folks! You will not want to miss it. This show will feature original arts and crafts and fine goods, with as many as 50 vendors, of which 30+ are now already confirmed. There will also be a lunch cafe offering delectable lunch and treats. Interested in a table for your wares at this event? Check out our Un-Classifieds for more information
July 13 ~ Garage Sale – Ennismore Curling Club
July 19 – 21 ~ Ennismore Shamrock Festival
July 26-28 ~ Lakefield Fair – the 158th Annual fair begins Friday with seniors, kids and grandparents day!
August 7-8 ~ Antique, Flower Show & Plant Sale – Lakefield Community Centre. www.lakefieldhort.org
August 10 ~ Lakefield Sidewalk Sale – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
September 21 – 22 ~ Apsley Autumn Studio Tour ~ The Apsley autumn studio tour is renowned for the quality of the artists working in a variety of disciplines. Located in the North Kawarthas, many of the studios are tucked away in beautiful, scenic locations where our local artists and guests present new and exciting works created specifically for this annual event. This year’s tour includes 17 studio locations presenting 24 artists and artisans whose work encompasses painting, printmaking, jewellery, glass art, sculpture, fabric art, photography, pottery, wood carving and wood turning. For a downloadable map, colour preview and information on participating artists, visit: www.apsleystudiotour.com
January 31 – February 2, 2014 ~ PolarFEST 2014 – www.polarfest.ca