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PETE’S

AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR

Buchner and Kaycan Dealer

Peter Smallwood - BCIN Cert. Design, Drafting & Construction Plans for: Homes • Additions • Garages Renovations • Cottages • Consultations

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SERVICE

• Imports & Domestic Cars • Heavy/Light Duty Trucks • Alignment & Tires • Full Diagnostic Capabilities • Diesel Emissions Testing • MTO Inspection Station • Air Conditioning Service

3 Industrial Drive Campbellford, ON K0L 1L0

(705) 653-4107

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Artists, Artisans, Organizations, Studios & Galleries .................................................

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Government Services MUNICIPALITY OF TRENT HILLS

WARD 2 COUNCILLORS - PERCY Rick English

General Information • 705.653.1900

705.924.2590 • rick.english@trenthills.ca

66 Front Street South, P.O. Box 1030

Ken Tully

Campbellford, Ontario K0L 1L0

705.696.2480 • ken.tully@trenthills.ca

www.trenthills.ca Business hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

WARD 3 COUNCILLOR – HASTINGS

Public Works after Hours Emergency

Michael Metcalf

705.653.2610

905.269.7816 • michael.metcalf@trenthills.ca

MAYOR

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Robert Crate

Lynn Phillips, Chief Administrative Officer

705.761.2278 • bob.crate@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 241 • lynn.phillips@trenthills.ca

WARD 1 COUNCILLORS CAMPBELLFORD/SEYMOUR

Doug Irwin, Director of Legislative Services/Clerk 705.653.1900 x 240 • doug.irwin@trenthills.ca

Gene Brahaney

Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk

705.653.1039 • gene.brahaney@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 248 • thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

Catherine Redden

Susan Gordon, Administrative Assistant

705.653.2046 • cathy.redden@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 238 • susan.gordon@trenthills.ca

Rosemary Kelleher-MacLennan – Deputy Mayor

Susan Noonan, Administrative Assistant

705.653.6854 • rosemary.kelleher-maclennan@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 221 • susan.noonan@trenthills.ca Alan Bushell, Administrative Assistant 705.653.1900 x 243 • alan.bushell@trenthills.ca

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FINANCE

Patricia Cho, Planning Assistant

Valerie Nesbitt, Director of Finance /Treasurer

705.653.1900 x 237 • patricia.cho@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 232 • valerie.nesbitt@trenthills.ca

Claude Sevigny, Chief Building Official

Debbie West, Finance Manager/ Deputy Treasurer

705.653.1900 x 242 • claude.sevigny@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 249 • debbie.west@trenthills.ca Janice West, Tax Collector

Kevin Fillier, Deputy Chief Building Official/Bylaw Enforcement Officer

705.653.1900 x 230 • janice.west@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 226 • kevin.fillier@trenthills.ca

Nicole Bulgin, Utility/Tax Clerk

Brian Buchanan, Building/Fire Inspector

705.653.1900 x 223 • nicole.bulgin@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 228 • brian.buchanan@trenthills.ca

Lisa Vander Voet, Accounts Receivable Clerk

Joanne Graham, Bylaw Enforcement Officer

705.653.1900 x 231 • lisa.vandervoet@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 251 • joanne.graham@trenthills.ca

Joanne Munro, Accounts Clerk

Kari Petherick, Human Resources/Health & Safety

705.653.1900 x 229 • joanne.munro@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 225 • kari.petherick@trenthills.ca

EMERGENCY, HEALTH, & SAFETY Tim Blake, Fire Chief, CEMC

Kira Mees, Community Development Officer 705.653.1900 x 239 • kira.mees@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 222 • tim.blake@trenthills.ca

BUILDING, PLANNING, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Jim Peters, Director of Planning and Development 705.653.1900 x 234 • jim.peters@trenthills.ca Liz Mitchell, Planning Assistant 705.653.1900 x 224 • liz.mitchell@trenthills.ca

ORGANIC GROCER

FOR A S LL YOUR NEED Variety of Gluten-Free Products Diabetic-Friendly Products Herbs & Supplements Vegan egan & Raw Products Dairy-Free, Nut-Free ee Health & Beauty Products Tilley Hats

Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm • Friday till 6pm 33 Front St. North, Campbellford

705-653-5086

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Bulk & Health Foods Supplements and more... 30 Doxsee Ave. s. Campbellford, ON (705) 653-2232

• Health & Specialty Foods (Gluten Free, Etc...) • Vitamin & Mineral Supplements • Herbal Supplements & Teas • Cooking & Baking Supplies • Herbs & Spices • Candies & Snacks • Grain Free Cookbook • Coconut & Almond Flour

Monday - Wednesday 9 - 5 Thursday & Friday 9 - 5:30 Saturday 9 - 5 • Sundays - closed 30 Doxsee Ave. S., Campbellford, ON


Community Services & Recreation STAFF Parks & Recreation

PUBLIC WORKS STAFF Roads and Roadside Maintenance Division Urban/Wastewater:

Campbellford Division

Neil Allanson, Manager of Roads and Urban Services

313 Front Street, Campbellford • 705.653.1670

705.653.1900 x 236 • neil.allanson@trenthills.ca

Peter Burnett, Community Recreation Officer

Kevin Toyne, Assistant Manager

705.653.1900 x 247 • peter.burnett@trenthills.ca

of Roads and Urban Services

Kelli Stapley, Manager of Parks and Facilities

705.653.4202 • kevin.toyne@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 233 • kelli.stapley@trenthills.ca

Warren Coulter, Assistant Manager

Carrie Atkinson, Recreation Administrative Assistant

of Technical Services

705.696.2252 • carrie.atkinson@trenthills.ca

705.6536.1900 x 252 • warren.coulter@trenthills.ca

Mark Switzer, Facility Officer/Lead Hand, Warkworth Arena

Scott White, General Manager of Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works Administration

705.924.2471 • mark.switzer@trenthills.ca

705.653.1900 x 244 • scott.white@trenthills.ca

Brad Patfield, Parks and Recreation, Lead Hand,

Scott Campbell, Water Distribution/

Hastings Division

Treatment Plant Head Operator

705.696.2252 • brad.patfield@trenthills.ca

705.653.2382 • scott.campbell@trenthills.ca Troy Stephens, Wastewater Collection 705.653.1870 • troy.stephens@trenthills.ca

PRE-LOVED PAINTED FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES

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General Services Fire & Emergency Services The Municipality of Trent Hills is a 911 emergency community.

FIRE SERVICES

The Municipality operates three fire departments: one in each ward of the Municipality, with a compliment of 57 dedicated and conscientious volunteer firefighters. Some outlying areas are covered under First Response agreements with neighbouring fire departments ensuring a high level of fire protection and medical aid assistance to all areas.

FIRE STATIONS

Campbellford-Seymour Fire Station • 705.653.1236 Hastings Fire Station • 705.696.2127 Warkworth Fire Station • 705.924.2474

COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL & BOARDS Accessibility Advisory Committee Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk 705.653.1900 x 248 • thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

Hastings Hydro Management Committee Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk 705.653.1900 x 248 • thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

Heritage Advisory Committee Jim Peters, Director of Planning 705.653.1900 x 234 • jim.peters@trenthills.ca

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Campbellford/Seymour Revitalization Committee Kira Mees, Community Development Officer 705.653.1900 x 239 • kira.mees@trenthills.ca

Warkworth/Percy Betterment Advisory Committee Kira Mees, Community Development Officer 705.653.1900 x 239 • kira.mees@trenthills.ca

Committee of Adjustment Liz Mitchell, Planning Assistant 705.653.1900 x 224 • liz.mitchell@trenthills.ca

Property Standards Appeal Committee Doug Irwin, Director of Legislative Services/Clerk 705.653.1900 x 240 • doug.irwin@trenthills.ca

Police Services Board Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk 705.653.1900 x 248 • thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

Community Policing Laura Vickers 705.924.2024 • organizedlaura@hotmail.com

Public Library Board Mary-Jo Mahoney, CEO 705.653.3611 • trenthillslibrary@trenthills.ca

Friends of the Cemeteries Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk 705.653.1900 x 248 • thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca


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LOWER TRENT CONSERVATION Environmental Services Lower Trent Conservation is a community-based nonprofit environmental protection agency that works closely with municipal, provincial, and federal government partners, landowners, and community groups to conserve, restore, and manage the natural resources within their watershed jurisdiction. Residents are encouraged to contact Lower Trent regarding a variety of environmental services including: • Obtaining a permit for construction activities adjacent to any watercourse or wetland • Advice and financial assistance for tree planting, shoreline naturalization, invasive species control, and other land stewardship activities • Water quality and quantity monitoring • Drinking water source protection • Outdoor recreation opportunities • Youth environmental education programs • Flood forecasting and protection • Volunteering

Lower Trent Conservation

714 Murray Street, Trenton Ontario K8V 5P4 613.394.4829 • www.ltc.on.ca

CROWE VALLEY CONSERVATION

Since 1958, the Crowe Valley Conservation (CVC) has worked in partnership with its ten member municipalities and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF). With its head office in Marmora, the CVC operates 13 dams along the Crowe River and its tributaries. The CVC also maintains a stream flow forecasting center to help reduce the risk of flooding. Managing over 2,000 square kilometres of territory, the CVC maintains 1,300 acres of conservation land divided between four main conservation areas, including the Crowe Bridge Conservation Area located in Trent Hills.

Planning and Permits

The CVC has in effect the Development, Interference with Wetlands and Alterations to Shorelines and Watercourses Regulations (Ontario Regulation 159/06) made under the Conservation Authorities Act. This regulation prevents or restricts development and site alterations near water and wetlands to protect you and the public from flooding, erosion, and other hazards. The CVCA also provides planning and technical advice to assist the municipalities in our watershed in fulfilling their land use planning responsibilities associated with natural hazard management, natural heritage and water resources (as outlined in the Provincial Policy Statement). Photo by Anne Marie Taylor-Powney

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Planning

Considering the natural environment is an important part of land use planning. When staff review individual applications for development made under the Planning Act, we look to ensure natural hazards, natural heritage features, and water features will not be negatively affected by the proposed development. At the same time, we work to ensure that a completed development project will not itself be negatively impacted by natural hazards, including flooding.

ONTARIO SERVICES • 211ontario.ca HELPFUL PROVINCIAL CONTACTS Ontario Government Information and Referral Service Ontario 51 Grand Road, Campbellford 705.653.1579

Service Ontario Hotlines 1.800.267.8097

Our staff provide written comments to municipalities on applications made under the Planning Act. These applications include:

Birth/Death/Marriage/Adoption disclosure certificates / New Parentage Rules 1.800.461.2156

• official plans and zoning bylaw amendments

Driver’s Licence • 1.800.387.3445

• plans of subdivision and condominium

Elder Abuse Senior Safety Line • 1.866.299.1011

• site plan control applications

Health Infoline • 1.888.376.5197

• severances

Ontario Drug Benefit Program • 1.866.532.3161

• minor variances

Ontario Photo Card • 1.800.268.4686

Crowe Valley Conservation

Ontario Travel • 1.800.668.2746

70 Hughes Lane, P.O. Box 416

Publications Ontario • 1.800.668.9938

Marmora, Ontario K0K 2M0

Public Guardian & Trustee • 1.800.366.0335

613.472.3137 • www.crowevalley.com

Road Conditions • 1.800.268.4686 • cellular 511

PROVINCIAL SERVICES David Piccini, Member of Provincial Parliament

Drive Clean • 1.888.758.2999

Seniors’ Info Line • 1.888.910.1999 Ontario Works Welfare Fraud Hotline 1.800.394.STOP (7867)

Primary Constituency Office

117 Peter Street, Port Hope, Ontario M7A 1L2 905.372.4000 • david.piccini@pc.ola.org

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FEDERAL SERVICES Kim Rudd, Member of Parliament Northumberland-Peterborough South

Northumberland Community Futures Development Corporation Executive Director

12 Elgin Street East, Unit 4

Wendy Curtis 905.372.8315 x 227

Cobourg K9A 0C5

600 William Street, Suite 600, Cobourg, Ontario K9A 3A5

905.373.4595 • 1.800.461.6742

905.372.8315 or 1.866.670.1191

www.kimrudd.ca • kim.rudd@parl.gc.ca

www.financingandstrategy.com

HELPFUL FEDERAL CONTACTS Service Canada General Enquiries

1.800.OCANADA (1.800.622.6232) Canada Revenue Agency T.I.P.S. (Tax Information Phone Service) • 1.800.267.6999 Individual income tax enquiries • 1.800.959.8281 Telerefund • 1.800.959.1956 Businesses and self-employed individuals 1.800.959.5525 Universal Child Care Benefit, Canada Child Tax Benefit • 1.800.387.1193 Canada Pension Plan (CPP) • 1.800.277.9914 Old Age Security (OAS) • 1.800.277.9914 Employment Insurance (EI) • 1.800.206.7218 Social Insurance Number (SIN) • 1.800.206.7218 x 3 Canadian Anti Fraud Centre • 1.888.495.8501

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Passports • 1.800.567.6868

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CALL TODAY! 705-653-1210 or 1-888-653-1210 EXTENDED HOURS MONDAY - THURSDAY 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM, FRIDAY 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM, SATURDAY 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Northumberland County Services County of Northumberland 555 Courthouse Road, Cobourg K9A 5J6 905.372.3329 • 1.800.354.7050 To reach Northumberland County with inquiries, compliments or concerns, please contact our main reception to have your call directed. If you know the department or service you would like to contact, please refer to the information below.

Emergency - Police, Fire, or Ambulance • 911 Media inquiries • 905.372.3329 x 2335 Waste & recycling hotline • 1.866.293.8379 After-hours hotline to report road conditions and related roads issues 1.866.856.3251

Court Services • 905.372.3329 x 5300 Plumbing & Septic Inspection • 905.372.1929

Northumberland Paramedics (non-emergency) 905.372.3329 or 1.800.354.7050 x 6302

Office of the CAO • 905.372.3329 x 2259 Ontario Agri-Food Venture Centre 905.355.3680

Tourism services • 1.866.401.EAST (3278) Provincial Offences Court and Administration Services

860 William Street, Cobourg

905.372.3329 x 5300 or 1.800.354.7050

TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FUNCTION EXTENSION Call 905.372.3329 and enter the appropriate extension • After hours emergency 1.866.856.3251 Katie Bruinsma • Administrative Clerk

OR 1.800.354.7050 x 2551

Brooke Gillispie • Corridor Management Coordinator

Northumberland County Archives 905.372.3329

Accident/collision 2349 • Construction projects 2349 • Development along County roads 2278 Drainage problem 2349 • Entrance/Set back permit 2278 • Grass cutting 2349 • Hit mailboxes 2349 Line painting 2349 • Open cut/boring permit 2278 Potholes 2349 • Property Damage 2349 Property limits/boundary 2278 • Road kill 2349 Severances/rezoning 2278 • Signs 2349 Special Events/Parades 2349 • Speed limits 2349 Traffic counts 2349 • Traffic Signals 2349 Trees/debris 2349 • Vehicle damage 2349 Washouts/erosion 2349 • Wide load permit 2349 Winter road conditions 2349

x 2242

Business & Entrepreneurship Centre Northumberland • 905.372.9279 Community Emergency Management Coordinator • 905.372.3329 Community & Social Services • 905.372.6846

OR 1.800.354.7051 • Housing Services

• Early Years Services • Social Assistance (Ontario Works) • Food Security Services

County Clerk • 905.372.3329 x 2238 Economic development services 905.372.0144 Finance Department • 905.372.3329 x 2340 Forest Services • 905.372.3329 x 2303 Golden Plough Lodge • 905.372.8759 Human Resources • 905.372.3329 x 2302 Land use planning services • 905.372.3329 x 2408 Material Recovery Facility (recycling plant) • 905.349.3900

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Garbage And Recycling Services New For 2019*

Waste and Recycling Hotline • 1.866.293.8379 Download Northumberland County’s free Waste

**Visit Northumberland County’s Recycling & Waste section of its website or check out the 2019 Northumberland County Waste & Recycling Calendar for important changes scheduled for September 2019. The calendar is full of helpful hints and information, and each month features a wildlife photo from local artists.*** Garbage and recycling for the Municipality of Trent Hills is the responsibility of Northumberland County. Please visit www.northumberlandcounty.ca, click Services • Public Works • Recycling and Waste for complete information.

App-Pingstreet for up-to-date information on:

Northumberland County Transportation and Waste Department

COMPOSTING

905.372.3329 or 1.800.354.7050 555 Courthouse Road, Cobourg

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• Waste & Recycling collection dates and any changes • Landfill and Transfer Stations location & operating times • Household Hazardous & Electronic Waste Waste Events • Other useful waste info • The app can also help you navigate and track where you are in the County’s forest Get your free copy of the 2019 Waste and Recycling Calendar at any municipal office, landfill, or transfer station.

Residents can purchase composters and pails at Northumberland County Headquarters, 555 Courthouse Road, Cobourg and composters and blue boxes at the Material Recovery Facility, 280 Edwardson Road, Grafton

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* Jewellery * Clothing * Purses

FREE GIFT WRAPPING 44 Bridge Street East Campbellford, Ontario K0L 1L0

Brenda Tucker Wedding Consultant (705) 653 - 4332

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Garbage Pickup

Garbage or recycling missed? Please call 1.866.293.8379 or 905.349.3900

Bag Tag Info • Remember the three-bag limit!

Residents may place up to, but no more than, three bags of household garbage at the curb for weekly collection. Place a $2.75 green bag tag sticker on each bag. Each bag can weigh no more than 18 kilograms (40 pounds). Bags placed in garbage cans should be tagged on the bag not on the can. Size of Garbage cans/bins no larger than 80 litres (17 gallons). No oversized bins/ cans please. Full bag tag MUST be visible for collection. Garbage tags can be purchased at all municipal offices, including the County office, landfill and transfer stations, as well as a number of convenience and retail stores. Some vendors charge a handling fee of 10 per cent (a maximum of $3.02 per tag). Bag Tags can be purchased at the Municipality of Trent Hills in quantities of five or more or: • B & C Variety – Campbellford • Fisher’s No Frills – Campbellford • Hastings C Store • Hastings Home Hardware • Todd’s Valu-Mart – Hastings • Scott’s Variety – Warkworth • Sharpe’s Food Market – Campbellford • Municipality of Trent Hills Office – Campbellford

HAZARDOUS AND E-WASTE 2019 Household Hazardous Waste Depot Dates

1112 County Road 26

Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Serving all residents of Northumberland County

Seymour Landfill • 705.653.4757

December 1 to March 31 Monday, Friday, Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 1 to November 30 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 344 5th Line West, Campbellford Serving all residents of Northumberland County

Bewdley Transfer Station • 905.342.2514 December 1 to March 31 Tuesday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April 1 to November 30 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 7650 County Road 9 Serving all residents of Northumberland County

DUMP / BULKY WASTE VOUCHERS

Bulky Waste Vouchers are mailed out to owners of property within Northumberland County containing residential dwellings. One voucher is provided for each residential dwelling unit and is good for the disposal of up to 100 kilograms of residential waste. The 2019 Bulky Waste Vouchers are mailed to all taxpayers in late January/early February 2019. If you did

Cobourg HHW Depot – Location: Northumberland County Works Yard – enter off Veronica Street Bring electronic waste for disposal free of charge.

not receive your voucher, call 1.800.354.7050 x 2316.

8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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April 3, 4, & 6 • May 1, 2, & 4 June 5 & 8 • July 3 & 6 • August 7 & 10 September 4 & 7 • October 2 & 5 Seymour Household Hazardous Waste Depot Location: Seymour Transfer Station, 344 5th Line West, Campbellford

Examples of items that can be disposed of with a voucher: mattresses & box springs & bed frames bikes & other scrap metal items carpet & underlay white goods (i.e. fridges, stoves, dryers, washers, air conditioners) • furniture • leaf & yard waste

8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• luggage

April 17 & 20 • May 15 & 18 • June 19 & 22 July 17 & 20 • August 21 & 24 September 18 & 21 • October 16 & 19

• roofing shingles, wood, drywall, vinyl siding, piping

**NEW FOR 2019**

Beginning April 2019, the Brighton Landfill and Bewdley Transfer Station will accept Household Hazardous and Electronic Waste year-round during operating hours.

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• plastic lawn chairs, plastic pools & liners Vouchers do not cover disposal of hazardous waste.

Free Tire Disposal

Residents of Northumberland County can bring their old tires to the Brighton Landfill, Seymour Transfer Station, or the Bewdley Transfer Station for free disposal.


TRANSPORTATION Accessible Service

Transportation is a significant aspect of life and allows people to attend appointments, social and recreational outings and conduct business to meet the requirements of their daily life. Community Care Northumberland operates two distinct transportation services designed to assist residents of Northumberland County who are seniors or adults with disabilities who do not have access to a vehicle or do not have the ability to drive, or have mobility challenges or special needs, or are seniors, adults, or youth who live in rural parts of Northumberland County.

1. Volunteer Driving Program

This service is available to adults who are aging, have special needs, or are recovering from illness or injury, with priority given based on assessed need. Rides to attend: appointments (medical drives take priority), meetings, work, school, social, shopping, or recreational activities. To book a ride for the Volunteer Driving Program, you must pre-register as a client. This program transports clients to destinations within and outside Northumberland County. Must be a registered client to use this service. Call Community Care Northumberland • 1.866.514.5774 A volunteer driver provides transportation using their

personal vehicle. They transport clients to destinations within Northumberland County as well as outside the County for medical, social, banking, recreational purposes and activities of daily living requirements. Volunteers provide door-to-door service as needed. There is a fee for service. Please contact your local Community Care Northumberland office to book a ride. 48 hours notice to book rides is preferable.

2. Specialized Transportation Program

This program has been consolidated into two services and includes transportation for both accessible and rural needs.

Accessible Service:

This service provides accessible transportation for residents of Northumberland County who have mobility challenges or special needs. Rides to attend appointments (medical drives take priority), meetings, social, shopping, or recreational activities.

Rural Service:

The goal of this service is to offer affordable, accessible, and sustainable rural transportation within the County for all residents of Northumberland County. Rides to attend appointments, meetings, work, school, social, shopping, or recreational activities. Specialized Transportation Department 1.866.768.7778.

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FLOORING

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LIBRARIES

POLICE SERVICES

CAMPBELLFORD BRANCH

The Municipality of Trent Hills is a 911 emergency community.

Mary-Jo Mahoney, C.E.O.

NORTHUMBERLAND O.P.P. CAMPBELLFORD DETACHMENT

98 Bridge Street East 705.653.3611

HASTINGS BRANCH

20 Industrial Drive, Campbellford

6 Albert Street East

705.653.3300

Shirley Coughlan, Supervisor • 705.696.2111

TRENT HILLS COMMUNITY POLICING OFFICE LOCATIONS

WARKWORTH BRANCH 40 Main Street

Marg Newman, Supervisor • 705.924.3116

20 Industrial Drive, Campbellford 40 Main Street, Warkworth 6 Albert Street, Hastings

MOTORSPORTS

BUILDING & RENOVATIONS

(Of Trenton Ltd.)

Trent Hills

motosportsoftrenton.com

Residential & Commercial • General Contracting • Drywall • Tape • Texture • Spray • Trim & Paint • Complete Renovations • Vinyl siding • ts, Fascia board

Ph. 613.965.6626

SALES, SERVICE, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES

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Education Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board

1994 Fisher Drive, Peterborough, ON, K9J 7A1 705.742.9773 • 1.877.741.4577 www.kprdsb.ca • info@kprdsb.ca

Peterborough Victoria Northumberland & Clarington Catholic District School Board

1355 Lansdowne Street West, Peterborough 705.748.4861 • 1.800.461.8009

SECONDARY SCHOOLS Campbellford District High School

119 Ranney Street North, Campbellford 705.653.3060 • www.campbellfordhigh.kprdsb.ca

St. Mary Catholic Secondary School 1050 Birchwood Trail, Cobourg 905.372.4339 • www.smcss.ca

POST SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS Loyalist College 376 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road, Belleville

www.pvnccdsb.on.ca

1.888.569.2547 • www.loyalistcollege.com

Elementary Schools Hastings Public School

Fleming College

25 Albert Street West, Hastings

705.696.2432 • www.hastings.kprdsb.ca

Hillcrest Public School

55 Elmore Street, Campbellford 705.653.1430 • www.hillcrest.kprdsb.ca

Kent Public School

150 Kent Street, Campbellford 705.653.1540 • www.kent.kprdsb.ca

Percy Centennial Public School 129 Church Street, Warkworth

705.924.2202 • www.percycentennial.kprdsb.ca

St. Mary Catholic Elementary School

35 Centre Street, Campbellford 705.653.1370 • stmarycampbellford.pvnccdsb.on.ca

www.flemingcollege.ca Sutherland Campus 599 Brealey Drive, Peterborough 705.749.5530 Cobourg Campus 1005 Elgin Street West, Cobourg 905.372.6865 Frost Campus 200 Albert Street South, Lindsay 705.324.9144

Trent University

1600 West Bank Drive, Peterborough 705.748.1011 • 1.855.698.7368 www.trentu.ca

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Centres for Individual Studies Northumberland Campus

780 D’Arcy Street • Cobourg 905.372.1697 • cis.kprdsb.ca/northumberland

The Community Training & Development Centre 300 Alexandria Drive, Cobourg

www.ymcanorthumberland.com

Campbellford Ymca – Oeyc

Rotary Hall • 179 Saskatoon Avenue, Campbellford 705.632.1144

Hastings Ymca-Oeyc

905.372.9967 www.ctdclearningplace.com

Hastings Community Centre

Connor Homes Secondary Programs

Beehive Daycare

26 Doxsee Avenue North, Campbellford

705.653.5375 • www.ruralroutes.com/beehive

705.653.2374 • www.connorhomes.com Independent Learning Centre

Quinte Sailability

Distance Education

1.800.387.5512 • ilc.org Rebound Child and Youth Services Northumberland 700 D’Arcy Street North, Unit 20, Cobourg 905.372.0007 • rcys.org

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation 39 Doxsee Avenue North, P.O. Box 1146 Campbellford, Ontario K0L 1L0 705.653.2005 • cscf.org

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6 Albert Street East, Hastings • 705.696.1353 35 Centre Street, Campbellford

Quinte SailAbility is a sailing school for people with disabilities, both physical and developmental, regardless of age. Experience the freedom of independently sailing one of our specially adapted boats. Our goal is to be accessible, active, and affordable. We operate from CFB Trenton Yacht Club from late June to the end of August. Steve Brown • 613.661.6579 quintesailability@hotmail.com

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Sports Leagues & Recreational Clubs Arenas & Community Centres Warkworth Arena

24 East Street • 705.924.2471 Bookings 705.696.2252 • recreation@trenthills.ca

Campbellford Arena

313 County Road 38 • 705.653.1670 Bookings 705.696.2252 • recreation@trenthills.ca

OTHER FACILITIES

Outdoor Swimming Pool, 21 Ranney Street North, Campbellford • 705.632.0220

YMCA Swimming Programs

Warkworth Skatepark • Warkworth Arena, 24 East Street Campbellford Skatepark and Splash Pad • Kennedy Park, 179 Saskatoon Avenue

basketball, ball hockey, and racquet sports. It truly is a multifunctional facility conceived to meet the needs of the community including the capacity to accommodate many varied and unique training activities, as well as clinics and workshops. For schedules, membership, and bookings Carrie Atkinson, Administrative Assistant 705.696.2252• recreation@trenthills.ca www.trenthills.ca/en/services/Hastings-Field-House. asp Trent Hills Municipal Tennis Courts – Brand New the Summer of 2017! Includes pickleball lines! 11 Trent Drive, Campbellford

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97 Elgin Street, Hastings Hastings Field House features a walking track, soccer field, golf driving range, as well as courts for

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Health Services Medical Care

Campbellford Memorial Hospital 146 Oliver Road, Campbellford

1 Hospital Drive, Peterborough

Contact: Brad Hilker, CEO • 705.653.1140

705.743.2121 • www.prhc.on.ca

www.cmh.ca

Quinte Healthcare Corporation

Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation

265 Dundas Street East, Belleville

John Russell, Executive Director

1.800.483.2811 • www.qhc.on.ca

705.632.2014 • jrussell@cmh.ca

Trenton Memorial Hospital

Physician Recruitment – Trent Hills Recruitment & Retention Committee Laurie Smith, Project Manager 705.653.1140 x 2007

The Bridge Hospice

Northumberland’s first residential hospice is a registered charity created by people who believe individuals at the end of life’s journey should have a choice about where to spend their final days. 173 Old Hastings Road, Warkworth 705.924.9222 • www.thebridgehospice.com

242 King Street, Trenton • 613.392.2540

Belleville General Hospital

265 Dundas Street East, Belleville • 613.969.7400

Haliburton Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit 1.866.888.4577 • www.hkpr.on.ca Telehealth • 1.866.797.0000 (Health Information from a Registered Nurse)

Health Care Connect • 1.800.445.1822 (Find a Health Practitioner)

HEALTH SERVICES FOR NORTHUMBERLAND

PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITALS Campbellford Memorial Hospital

www.centraleasthealthline.ca

146 Oliver Street, Campbellford

Al-Anon •1.866.951.3711

705.653.1140 • www.cmh.ca

Alcoholics Anonymous •1.866.951.3711 Alzheimer Society • 1.800.561.2588

MENTAL HEALTH Community Wellness Centre 146 Oliver Road, Campbellford 705.653.1140 x 2200

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Peterborough Regional Health Centre

Aids and Sexual Health Info Line • 1.800.668.2437

Arthritis Society • 1.800.321.1433 Brain Injury Association • 1.800.854.9738 Canadian Blood Services • 1.888.236.6283 Canadian Cancer Society 1.800.463.0432 • www.cancer.ca

1000 DePalma Drive, Cobourg

Canadian Cancer Society, Campbellford Branch

905.372.6811 • www.nhh.ca

Dave MacDougall • 705.653.1773

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Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

1.800.378.2233

1.888.473.4636

Canadian Hearing Society 1.800.213.3848 •TTY 1.888.697.3623

Kidney Foundation of Canada, Ontario Branch 1.800.387.4474

Canadian Liver Foundation

Kinark Children’s Services

1.800.563.5483

1.888.454.6275 • www.kinark.on.ca

Central East Community Care Access Centre

Lung Association • 1.888.344.5864

1.800.368.8053

Lupus Ontario •1 877.240.1099

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

Hospice Palliative Care and Bereavement Services

1.800.563.0887

see Community Care

Community Care Northumberland

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

www.commcare.ca Administrative Office • 705.653.0955

Durham Northumberland Chapter

Brighton • 613.475.4190

905.372.6430 • remac@eagle.ca

Cobourg • 905.372.7356

Marilyn Marsh, Programs and Services

Colborne • 905.355.2989

905.797.2013 • marilynmarsh@sympatico.ca

Campbellford • 705.653.1411

Meals on Wheels • see Community Care

Hastings • 705.696.3891 Port Hope • 905.885.9860

Northumberland Hills Hospital Diabetes Education Program • 905.372.6811

Specialized Transportation • 1.866.768.7778

Cornerstone Family Violence Prevention Centre

Home at Last • 1.866.991.7497

40 Swayne Street, Cobourg • 1.800.263.3757

Sexual Health Clinic Services

www.cornerstonenorthumberland.ca Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy 1.877.244.9686

Rae MacCulloch, Fundraiser

1.866.888.4577 x 1205

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Osteoporosis Canada, Peterborough Chapter 1.705.740.2776 PARN – AIDS Resource Network • 1.800.361.2895 Quinte Down Syndrome Support Network • Janice 613.922.0619 • jaq_22@outlook.com Schizophrenia Society of Ontario • 1.800.449.6367 Spinal Cord Injury Ontario • 1.888.643.2507 Trillium Drug Program • 1.800.575.5386 Victorian Order of Nurses, Hastings, Northumberland and Prince Edward Branch • 1.888.279.4866 Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada 1.888.778.3100 Support for Care Givers • see Community Care Transportation Programs • see Community Care

SENIORS AND RETIREMENT LIVING

Ministry of Health long term care eligibility and needs assessment are determined by Placement Coordination Services of the Central East Community Access Centre 905.885.6600

Parks and Trails Ferris Provincial Park

474 County Road 8, Campbellford Ferris Provincial Park consists of 200 hectares of woods

and fields and the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. www.friendsofferris.ca • Barb 705.632.0894 Ferris Provincial Park • 1.705.653.3575

Seymour Conservation Area

County Road 30, just south of Campbellford Walking, bicycling, cross country skiing trails on 6.5 km of trails nestled into 81 hectares. www.ltc.on.ca. 613.394.4829

Lone Pine Land Trust

The Lone Pine Land Trust is a non-profit charity that owns four properties in the Cold and Marsh Creek watersheds. The Land Trust protects a total of 371 acres of land which is set aside for the preservation of animals and plants. We are indebted to the former property owners Murial Braham, the Kennedys, the Wilkinsons, and Cora Munn for their donations. The Lone Pine Marsh (Braham Tract) is accessible to the public and located at Maple Grove Road and County Road 21 in Cramahe Township. The Lone Pine Land Trust is supported by donations from the public and our membership. Please contact us for more information on donating or getting involved. www.lonepinemarsh.ca • lonepinemarsh@eagle.ca

Rotary Trail

Walk or jog the Rotary Trail along the Trent Severn Waterway in Campbellford

Healthy Watersheds for Healthy Communities

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Trent Severn Waterway

The trail has access from the bridge on Main Street in Warkworth, just off County Road 29.

Waterway it can’t host. Each slip offers 30 and 50-amp electrical hook-up, municipal water and pump-out. The facility is fully handicapped accessible, offers clean, spacious washrooms and showers, free hi-speed wireless internet, tourist information, friendly onsite attendants and easy access to downtown Hastings. www. hastingsvillage.ca

Trans Canada Trail

35 Water Street West, Hastings • 705.696.3226

Take a pleasant walk along the Trent Severn Lock 9 near County Road 8 north of Ferris Provincial Park

Mill Creek Trail

Enjoy Trent Hill’s portion of Canada’s Trail. Accessible from Burnbrae Road East at 6th Line. Managed by the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance. 877.889.8810. www.thetrail.ca Walking, biking, cross country skiing trail. Trans Canada Trail Distance Listing: Campbellford to Stirling – 18.8 km Campbellford to Tweed – 51.1 km Campbellford to Foxboro – 36.3 km Campbellford to Bancroft – 125.1 km

Hastings Village Marina

Hastings Village boasts a state-of-the-art marina situated on the south shore immediately above Lock 18. Located on more than 1,500 feet of manicured waterfront parkland, the marina boasts 64 slips catering to seasonal and transient boaters alike. Capable of accommodating yachts up to 90 feet in length, there is virtually no vessel travelling the Trent Severn

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Hastings Pisces Park

Following its designation as Canada’s Ultimate Fishing Town in 2012, a group of local citizens committed to commemorate the honour by establishing permanent sculptures. Working with critically acclaimed artist Bill Lishman, the first installation of the School of Fish was Hastings Pisces Pete – a 12-foot stainless steel Walleye – the most popular fish for local anglers, and a revered game fish. Fundraising is underway to create oversized sculptures of other fish found in the Hastings area. Visit Pisces Park on the south side of the river adjacent to the TransCanada Trail. • visittrenthills.ca/hastings-piscespark

Old Mill Park

The site of Campbellford’s first woollen mill, Old Mill Park is located in the heart of downtown Campbellford at 51 Grand Road.

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Boaters

St. John’s United Church

Lions Club Park And Beach

705.653.2283 stjohnsunited.wordpress.com

Mooring, picnic and shower facilities, electricity, and walking distance to all amenities. West Side of Trent Canal on Queen Street Hillside Park at the corner of Booth and Bridge

50 Bridge Street West, Campbellford

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church

21 Centre Street, P.O. Box 599, Campbellford

Streets, Kennedy Park on Saskatoon Avenue, Ferris Provincial Park and Lions Park on County Road 50.

705.653.1093 www.saintmaryschurch.info

Warkworth Conservation Area

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church – Burnbrae

Providing a place for people to rest and relax by the water. Lower Trent Conservation. 613.394.4829

Places of Worship Campbellford Christ Church Anglican

154 Kent Street • 705.653.3632 www.campbellfordchristchurch.com

Campbellford Baptist Church 166 Grand Road • 705.653.4000 campbellfordbaptist.org

Campbellford Free Methodist Church 73 Ranney Street North • 705.653.4789 www.campbellfordfmc.wordpress.com

Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church 71 Bridge Street West, Campbellford 705.653.2411 www.gladtidingspentecostal.com

Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah’s Witnesses

426 County Road 35, Campbellford • 705.653.5644

Salvation Army Family Services 61B Ranney Street North • 705.653.4185

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

17 Ranney Street South, Campbellford 705.653.3396

2583 Burnbrae Road • 705.653.3396

Seymour Pastoral Charge Of The United Church Of Canada (Seymour Charge), English Line, Hoards Station 705.653.6153

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 20 Mill Street, Warkworth • 705.924.2838

St. Paul’s United Church 60 Main Street, Warkworth 705.924.2840 www.stpaulswarkworth.ca

St. Jerome’s Roman Catholic Church

87 Church Street, Warkworth • 613.397.3189 www.stalphonsuswooler.ca

Warkworth Free Methodist Church 56 Mill Street • 705.924.2935 www.warkworthfmc.com

St. George’s Anglican Church

38 Bridge Street South, Hastings • 705.696.3964

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Hastings Amalgamating with St. Andrews in Warkworth

Our Lady Of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church

51 Albert Street East, Hastings • 705.696.2254

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Useful City Information TRENT HILLS 12,900

More than 12,900 people call the Municipality of Trent Hills home. It boasts the Trent-Severn Waterway, the rolling hills of Northumberland Population County, and three vibrant and distinct communities – Warkworth, Hastings, and Campbellford, all surrounded by fertile farmland, historic hamlets, and open skies. Art and culture are celebrated and entwined with the communities, as are watersports and commerce. Trent Hills is an easy commute to Peterborough, Bellville, and Cobourg, a nice drive to the nation’s capital, and just close enough to Toronto to be convenient without sacrificing its unique charm. Hastings is recognized for its world-class fishing and boating, and is home to the Hastings Village Marina, boutiques, the historic Lockmaster’s House, and locks 18 and 19. At the mouth of Rice Lake, life on the water is a central theme to this village of 1,300. Warkworth is home to artisans, specialty shops, Glover’s Farm Market, a historic feed mill, and a popular diner featuring the real news of the day. There are award-winning butter tarts at The Bakery, music at The Natural, and decor and specialty food items at the boutiques. Surrounded by seven photogenic hills, bisected by an inviting stream, and alive with arts and culture, there are so many reasons to spend a day or a lifetime in this lovely village. Did we mention butter tarts? Campbellford and its historic waterfront buildings and beautiful heritage neighbourhoods has a thriving commercial district. The Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is accessible via the Rotary Trail, and locks 11 and 12 allow boaters to safely bypass the raging rapids – all an easy walk from downtown. Campbellford is an all-in-one shopping experience, from furniture to spark plugs to a new vehicle, and is home to Dooher’s, voted the Sweetest Bakery in Canada.

Trent hills is a SWEET place to Visit! Home of Doohers Bakery Winner of Canada’s sweetest bakery 2018/19

Relocation

Language:

Sharon Kirby • 613.475.5994

English is the principal language of Trent Hills, with a healthy cultural diversity representing French, Aboriginal, and other languages.

www.welcomewagon.ca • sharonkirby@xplornet.com

English 12,150

Welcome Wagon – Belleville, Brighton, Colborne, Trent Hills, Quinte West, Prince Edward County

French 140

temperature Average summer temperature 2018 High 26ºC / low 14ºC Average WINTER temperature 2018 High 0ºC / low -10ºC

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Official Website

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Artists, Artisans, Organizations, Studios, And Galleries Aron Theatre Co-Operative Inc.

Aron Theatre Co-operative is a not-for-profit business owned and controlled by its members. Co-op members participate actively in organizing and successfully running artistic and cultural events. The Co-operative will operate with a triple bottom line, ensuring financial viability, community responsibility, and environmental stewardship. Come and enjoy our smalltown movie theatre with our freshly popped popcorn as well as your favourite goodies right at hand. Aron’s is the theatre where you can afford to take the whole family. Check out membership. At the Aron, membership has it rewards! 54 Bridge Street East, Campbellford 705.653.5446 • www.arontheatre.com

Clock Tower Cultural Centre The Arts at Heart

A property of the Municipality of Trent Hills and located in the heart of beautiful downtown Campbellford, the Clock Tower Cultural Centre is a special venue for arts and culture programming and events of all varieties. The grandeur of this historic red-brick building has recently been restored, offering a unique option for users planning their event. As part of the careful renovations, many of the original features were retained, resulting in a modern venue with fabulous historic character. Home of Westben’s Centre for Connection & Creativity through music

and community outreach programs, Westben also coordinates the public use of the CTCC on behalf of the Municipality. Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Campbellford, the Clock Tower Cultural Centre is a special venue for arts and culture programming and events of all varieties. The grandeur of this historic red-brick building has recently been restored, offering a unique option for users planning their event. As part of the careful renovations, many of the original features were retained, resulting in a modern venue with fabulous historic character. It offers inspiring creative spaces for rehearsal, performance, or exhibition space, lecture or workshop space for 10 or a 100, or space for community organizations in need of a unique space for culturally centred events. 36 Front Street South, Campbellford 705-653-5508 • community@westben.ca www. westben.ca/clock-tower

Spirit Of The Hills (Northumberland Hills Arts Association Inc.)

Comprised of artists, artisans, performing artists, photographers, writers and patrons, Spirit of the Hills embraces all art forms and traditions including the performing and visual arts, media, design, and literature. Our goal is to build and sustain the arts and artists in Northumberland County. www.spiritofthehills.org 2019 Guide to Trent Hills

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Warkworth Town Hall Centre For The Arts

The Warkworth Town Hall Centre for the Arts is maintained and supported by volunteers of the Warkworth Business Association in cooperation with the Municipality of Trent Hills. The community facility offers a beautiful, historical venue to accommodate and enhance an event. The Warkworth Town Hall can be rented for mornings, afternoons, evenings, full days, or multiple days at reasonable rates. Bookings: Lana Taylor • 647.227.9935 winkersnook@gmail.com warkworth.ca/town-hall

Westben Arts Festival Theatre ***NEW FOR 2019***

Centre for Connection & Creativity through Music On the eve of its 20th anniversary in 2019, there is much to celebrate over what the Westben Arts Festival Theatre has become. There is also excitement about what lies ahead and a unanimous desire to see Westben continue to thrive well into the future. By reimagining itself as a Centre, Westben plans to increase its impact at bringing people together through music. The Centre will focus on the year-round convergence of people, ideas and activities. It will be a cultural hub where professionals, amateurs and enthusiasts can meet and be nurtured through the joy of music. It will cultivate the inflow and outflow of the creative musical experience. Reimagining Westben as a Centre allows us to build on the strengths of the past while opening

the door to future possibilities in a whole new way. It is both growth and the next logical step in our evolution. 705.653.5508 • www.westben.ca

Codrington Open Studio

Artists working in various media get together to work, help each other, and share experiences and methods. The group meets every Monday from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Codrington Community Centre. Everyone is sincerely welcome and there is no fee. Coffee available for a looney. Jessica • 613.475.3671

FISHING & BOATING

Perfectly situated on the historic Trent Severn Waterway with marina facilities at Lock 18 in Hastings at the mouth of Rice Lake, and between Locks 11 and 12 in Campbellford. There are many cottage and trailer resorts located in Trent Hills, suited to family vacations or weekend getaways. Whether fishing from land or by boat, there are plenty of locations for anglers looking for the catch of the day!

Hastings Village Marina

5 Dit Clapper Drive, Hastings 705.696.3226 • 1.800.268.4561 hastingsvillage.ca/hastings-village-marina

Old Mill Park Docking

51 Grand Road, Campbellford 705.653.1551 • 1.888.653.1556 http://www.trenthills.ca/en/community/oldmillpark.asp

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Trent Severn Waterway – Parks Canada

The only two flight locks along the Trent Severn are Healey Falls and Ranney Falls – both near Campbellford. Traverse the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge. 12 Trent Drive, Campbellford • 705.653.3240 www.trentsevern.com • www.pc.gc.ca

Community Groups 7 Hills Community Pantry

Campbellford Stand Up Paddle

Lessons, sales, rentals stand up paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes 197 Queen Street, Campbellford 705.772.1020 • www.campbellfordsup.ca

Campbellford Rebels – Junior C Hockey

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Campbellford Memorial Hospital Auxiliary 705.653.1140 x 2136 • www.cmh.ca

St. Paul’s United Church (Gathering Place entrance)

Campbellford Minor Hockey Association

60 Main Street, Warkworth 7hillscommunitypantry.org • 705.924.2077

www.campbellfordcolts.com

Campbellford Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders, and Senior Branches. 1.800.565.8111 • www.girlguides.ca 1st Warkworth Scouting www.scouts.ca

Campbellford Business Improvement Area

Mike Sherwin, President • 705.930.7446

Campbellford Minor Softball Association www.facebook.com/Cougarsl

Campbellford/Seymour Agricultural Society/ Campbellford Fair Katie Petherick, Secretary • 705.653.5338 www.campbellfordfair.ca

Adrianne Towns, President • 705.653.0179 www.campbellfordbia.ca

Campbellford Non-Profit Housing

Campbellford and District Curling and Racquet Club

cnph@persona.ca

705.653.4433

Katie Wilson • 705.749.1044

381 County Road 38, Campbellford

www.campbellfordcurlingandfitness.ca

Campbellford Figure Skating Club campbellfordfigureskatingclub.ca

Gwen VanOosterom • 705.653.0343

Campbellford/Seymour Chapter of the Ontario Heart & Stroke Foundation Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation Martha Murphy, Executive Director 705.653.2005 • www.cscf.ca

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Campbellford/Seymour Heritage Society 705.653.2634 • www.csheritage.org

Campbellford & District Horticultural Society

Gary Ballard • 705.653.8597

Theresa Miller • 705.947.2045 • tmiller14@hotmail.ca

Hall Rentals • Lane Graham • 705.653.1057

Campbellford/Seymour Lawn Bowling Club

Hastings and Roseneath Ministerial Food Bank

Jim Milne, President • 705.653.3623

Community Living Campbellford/Brighton Nancy Brown, Executive Director

@Trinity United Church, 3 Albert Street West, Hastings Brenda Kock • 705.696.1105

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705.653.1821 x 211 www.communitylivingcampbellford.com

John Cameron • 705.868.0997

Fare Share Food Bank Campbellford and Warkworth

www.hastingsfc.ca

Thea Dunk • 705.653.1930 • thedunks@eastlink.ca

Food Skills Development Opportunities

Helping existing groups learn new food skills – cooking, gardening, shopping, budgeting HKPR District Health Unit Pat Stuckless • 1.866.888.4577 x 1325

Five Counties Children’s Centre

705.653.1334 • www.fivecounties.on.ca

Forrest Dennis Seniors Centre

55 Grand Road Campbellford • 705.653.3001

Campbellford Friends of the Library Rose-Marie Kerr • 705.653.4335

Hastings Friends of the Library Shirley Coughlan • 705.696.2111

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Hastings Soccer Club Hastings Revitalization Association www.hastingsvillage.ca

Independent Order of Odd Fellows Ross Nicholson • 705.653.0072

Ionic Chapter Royal Arch Masons No. 110 Gary Ballard • 705.653.8597

Kinette Club of Campbellford Sharon Peeling • 705.653.5365

Kinsmen Club of Campbellford Carey Elliott • 705.632.1589

Lioness Club of Campbellford Jan Bastedo • 705.632.0827 Donna Wilson • 705.632.5987


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Seymour East Women’s Institute

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Marg Wilkes • 705.653.0175

June Hagerman • 705.653.3867

Joyce Glover • 705.924.2407

Connie Quinn • 705.653.2932

Northumberland Big Sisters/Big Brothers 1.888.278.2484 www.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/northumberland

Trent Hills Martial Arts

Northumberland 4H Veterinary Club

28 Saskatoon Avenue, Campbellford

Dr. Kathy Wilkins, Campbellford

Sensei Mark Englehart • 705.653.1044 St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dogs

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Karen Walker • 905.372.0564

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Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce

James Dunn • 705.653.6234

Warkworth Minor Hockey Association

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Ellen Abraham • 705.924.3359 Cathy Beamish • 705.653.5797 www.rotaryclubofcampbellford.ca

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Trent Hills Therapy Dogs Trent Hills Soccer Club Trent Valley Shrine Club

Aubrey Elliot • 613.475.5901 www.rameses-shriners.ca/trent.htm

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The ACO, which has branches throughout Ontario, is an organization to advocate for the preservation of buildings and structures of architectural merit and places of natural beauty or interest. Gail Rayment • 905.377.0536 www.arconserv.ca

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Doors Open Northumberland DISCOVER THE STORY BEHIND EVERY DOOR

The rolling hills of Northumberland County are renowned for their stunning vistas at every turn – a reputation well-earned. Stretching from Lake Ontario to Rice Lake, this slice of paradise we call home continually offers new discoveries. Whether we’re hoping to research its history, enjoy its natural beauty, or create new memories, Northumberland County will always satisfy our curiosity. On June 1 and 2, 2019, thanks to participation in the Ontario Heritage Trust’s Doors Open, we have a chance to experience it in a different way. Dozens of venues throughout the County literally open their doors to visitors, all at no charge, offering tours, history, experiences, and of course, fond memories. We get to peek behind the scenes, tour public buildings and private homes, see history preserved and heritage repurposed. In Trent Hills, venues confirmed at press time include the Campbellford-Seymour Historical Centre, the Hastings Lock Master’s House, Church Key Brewery, School House Gardens, and the Grand Maple Event Centre.

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Campbellford & District Horticultural Society holds its regular monthly meetings followed by a program on the first Monday at 7:30 p.m. in February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, and December (Christmas Potluck at 6:30 p.m.) Members and guests are

welcome at Christ Church (Anglican), 154 Kent Street, Campbellford. Special annual events include: Spring and fall plant sales, a garden tour and a garden party. www.gardenontario.org/site.php/campbellford/about/ meetings & on Facebook. Theresa Miller • 705.947.2045

Hastings Community Kitchen every month

Everyone welcome. Registration required. Share and learn cooking tips and skills. Prepare healthy food and swap recipes, and then take home what we make to enjoy. Snacks, salads, meals, soups, desserts, and more. Hastings Civic Centre, 6 Albert Street East No fee but you must register. Registration: HKPR District Health Unit, 1.866.888.4577 x 1325

Contact information is provided for events. Please confirm details and costs with the organizers prior to attending. To list your event online, please visit countyandquinteliving.com/submit-an-event To submit your event for next year’s Trent Hills Community Guide, send a short description to Catherine Stutt, editor@xplornet.com

Campbellford Community Kitchen every month

Everyone welcome. Registration required. Share and learn cooking tips and skills. Prepare healthy food and swap recipes, and then take home what we make to enjoy. Snacks, salads, meals, soups, desserts, and more. Christ Church, 154 Kent Street, Campbellford No fee but you must register. Registration: HKPR District Health Unit, 1.866.888.4577 x 1325

Fourth Thursday of each month 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Warkworth Community Kitchen

Everyone welcome. Registration required. Share and learn cooking tips and skills. Prepare healthy food and swap recipes, and then take home what we make to enjoy. Snacks, salads, meals, soups, desserts, and more. St Paul’s United Church 60 Main Street, Warkworth No fee but you must register. David Lyon • 705.924.2840 warkworthabundance.ca

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March 8, 2019 Maple Syrup Dinner

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The First Fridays in February, March, April, May, October & November - Noon to 1p.m. First-Friday Lunchtime Tick-Talks

“Pay-what-you-can Make sense out of what you hear! Join special guest artists for 60-minute chat concerts designed to enlighten upcoming performances at The Barn. Informal, fun, and fascinating! Join us at the Clock Tower in Campbellford bring your lunch and your curiosity! The Clock Tower, 36 Front Street South, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

March 9 & 10, 2019 33th Annual Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival

Sandy Flat Sugar Bush, 500 Concession Road 3, Warkworth Mark the coming of spring with a fun-filled family weekend in the Village of Warkworth and at Sandy Flat Sugar Bush. Art, handcraft shows, petting zoo, and street entertainment. At the Sugar Bush you’ll find entertainment, sap making demonstrations, sleigh rides, nature trails, log sawing contest, three-person plank race, snowshoe competition, and delicious pancakes and sausages with famous Warkworth

Maple Syrup. Take a stroll around the Village, stop for a coffee or lunch and visit the unique shops and galleries. www.warkworthmaplesyrupfestival.ca 705.924.2057 or 1.888.653.1556 www.warkworthmaplesyrupfestival.ca

March 21, 2019 7:30 p.m. House Concert: Locals in the Round

Featuring Dylan Ireland, Melissa Payne, Al Lerman, and Ken Tizzard The Clock Tower, 36 Front Street South, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

April 6, 2019 MAPLE WEEKEND featuring Curle’s Maple Products & Museum

Celebrate Maple in Ontario with the Curle family. Pancake meals available to purchase smothered in Curle’s fresh maple syrup. There will be maple syrup making demos, both old and new methods, as well as complimentary samples of our maple products. Visit the Maple Museum, Play Schoolhouse, and Wee Trail. There is no admission and parking is available on site. This is a Casual Family fun day. Visit with friends and neighbours around the Bonfire. Come Celebrate the Sap Harvest! 726 8th Line West, Campbellford. 705.653.2519 • curlesmaple.ca

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April 27 & 28, 2019 7:30 a.m. Warkworth Community Service Club Annual Fishing Derby

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Children 14 years of age and under can spend a day fishing for rainbow trout at Ryken’s Pond. The fee is $5 per child. Children are required to bring their own fishing gear and bait. There will be a canteen selling burgers, hotdogs, hot and cold drinks. Gates open at 7:30 a.m. Fishing 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Prizes each day for the largest fish. Keep what you catch. 905.344.1095 or 1.888.653.1556

May 4, 2019 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Church Key Brewing Spring Revival 1678 County Road 38, Campbellford

The Annual Spring Revival features a variety of musicians and locally produced food items and, of course, Church Key’s award-winning ales. A great time to get outside and celebrate the arrival of spring! Funds go to charity. 1.888.653.1556 or 705.653.9950 • churchkeybrewing.com

Every Friday May to October 2p.m. to 6 p.m. Warkworth Market at the Mews

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May 1, 2019 to October 25, 2019 8 a.m. to noon every Wednesday and Saturday 30th Anniversary of the Campbellford Farmers’ Market

bring the best that each season has to offer. Whether their tables are piled high with lettuce and tulips, tomatoes and corn, or pumpkins, and parsnips, you can be sure it’s a great place to celebrate the seasons! Our rotating group of artisan vendors (different each week) have handcrafted goods for sale that are unique to this area alone. Jewellery, woodworking, hand painted signs, soap, fabric crafts, and more – all make lovely gifts. 66 front Street South, Campbellford www.campbellfordfarmersmarket.ca

May 4, 2019 Sweetest Bakery in Canada Celebration Party

Campbellford is now home of Canada’s Sweetest Bakery - DOOHER’S! It’s time to celebrate this national title and everyone is invited! Join us downtown Campbellford for an afternoon of celebration. Featuring live music, entertaining contests/challenges, children’s activities, food, Dooher’s swag, and of course - FREE DONUTS! Mark your calendars and stay tuned to the Dooher’s Bakery Facebook page for more details. 705.653.1460 • www.doohers.com

May 4, 2019 Spring Walk/Rubber Duck Race Fundraiser for Bridge Hospice

Warkworth Arena, 24 East Street, Warkworth Enjoy a fun, fresh-air all-ages event – a delightful duck race and forget-me-not streamside walks of 2.5K or 5K. This is a beautiful opportunity to walk in memory of someone special and plant flower seeds if you wish. Fly solo or enter a team of four or more with family, friends or coworkers. It’s easy – no registration fee. Please gather pledges or simply donate on the day. And don’t get left out of the daffy duck drama! Just $5/ticket gets you in the swim. Cash prizes for 1st & 2nd place. All proceeds support compassionate end-of-life care at The Bridge Hospice. 705.924.9222 •www.thebridgehospice.com

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May 5 to October 27, 2019 plus extra indoor events 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday Codrington Farmers’ Market

May 11, 2019 8 a.m. to noon Seymour Family Fishing Day

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We’re doubling our vendors this year! This destination market features LOCAL veggies, seasonal fruit, honey, beef, maple syrup, Empire Cider, flowers, plants, baking (including gluten-free), crafts, preserves, and more. Live music, great food, lots of parking, BMX park, walking trail, playground. Like us on Facebook. 613.475.4005 • codringtonfarmersmarket@gmail.com

May 7, 2019 to December 10, 2019 Every Tuesday Guided Walks @ Ferris Provincial Park

Meet at the east end of the Suspension Bridge at 9 a.m. and walk for about one hour, rain or shine. The walks, led by a Friend of Ferris, are geared to the abilities of those participating on the day. Each week we travel a different combination of the many well-maintained trails throughout the park. Join us and enjoy the experience…naturally!

Join us at Seymour Conservation Area for rainbow trout fishing in the quarry. This is a Kids, Cops and Canadian Tire-sponsored event with draw prizes. There is no charge, however donations are accepted in support of habitat restoration at the Conservation Area. Rain or shine. Lower Trent Conservation Area 613.394.4829 • www.ltc.on.ca

May 17, 2019 Midnight Hastings Midnight Madness Fishing Contest

Celebrate the opening of fishing season at the Hastings Bridge, Lock 18 at the mouth of Rice Lake. The Hastings Bridge is the only bridge in Ontario where fishing is permitted. Join in the fun and maybe your catch will net a prize. Hastings Bridge, Hastings 705.696.2990 or 1.888.653.1556

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May 25 & 26, 2019 Warkworth Lilac Festival – For the Love of Lilacs The 9th annual Warkworth Lilac Festival highlights the Millennium Lilac Trail and the 300 lilac plantings showcasing 83 unique varieties of lilacs. The trail has matured over the past six years, producing an abundance of blooms. Expectations are highfor a spectacular showing for 2019. There will be entertainment, music, events, master gardeners, horticultural vendors, photo show, and children’s activities along Main Street and the Millennium Lilac Trail. www.warkworthlilacfestival.ca

May 26, 2019 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friends of Ferris Kite Day

Ferris Provincial Park, 474 County Road 8, Campbellford Come fly a kite! Bring your own or assemble one supplied by Friends of Ferris! Suitable for all ages! Join us for our fundraising BBQ. Lots of parking and FREE entry. Donations greatly appreciated. Barb Hogan • 705.632.0894 www.friendsofferris.ca

May 26, 2019 to October 27, 2019 Codrington Artisans’ Market

Local artisans are special guests of the famed and fabulous Codrington Farmers’ Market. An opportunity to engage with local artisans and find that perfect gift, home accent, or specialty food. An indoor artisan display with an outdoor artisans’ village. Always free parking and admission, always live music at the outdoor market, and one more reason to Come to the Cod on Sunday. Artisan enquiries contact Catherine • 613.475.1323

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May 26, 2019 Annual BBQ Chicken Dinner Campbellford Curling Club

Fundraiser for the Campbellford/Seymour Agricultural Society/ Campbellford Fair Katie Petherick, Secretary • 705.653.5338

June 1, 2019 8 a.m. to noon Lioness Yard Sale

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June 1, 2019 5 p.m. Spaghetti Dinner

Percy Agriculture Fundraiser for the Tractor Pull @ the Warkworth Fall Fair St. Paul’s United Church, Warkworth Heather Greenly • 705.772.0134 warkworthfair.com

June 1 & 2, 2019 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Doors Open Northumberland

Take a peek inside the heritage treasures throughout Northumberland County, with dozens of properties opening their doors – free of charge – to visitors. See the article at the beginning of the events section and visit the website and Facebook page for all the destinations and more information. Visit as many sites as you’d like, make a day or a weekend of it, and absorb the beauty and history of Northumberland County. www. northumberlandcounty.ca/doorsopen

June 2, 2019 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. From the Top! Westben’s 20th Anniversary Celebration

Featuring music and guests from our past 19 seasons, the afternoon includes special tributes along with excerpts from The Sound of Music, Fiddler on the Roof, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and others, and stars Adam Fisher, Kim Dafoe, Mark DuBois, Donna Bennett, Virginia Hatfield, Gabrielle Prata, Robert Longo, and others along with all the Westben Choruses and a special Alumni Choir. The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1. 877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

June 12 to August 14, 2019 Campbellford Melodies at the Mill

Join the Campbellford Lions and Lioness Clubs each Wednesday evening in Old Mill Park for Melodies at the Mill from 6:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy a great evening of musical entertainment. Silver collection taken at each performance. Jane Peters • 705.632.1920

June 15, 2019 62nd Annual Donnybrook Auction Sale

Percy Arena and Community Centre, Warkworth See it to believe it! Northumberland’s largest reduce, reuse and recycle event. Ten auctioneers selling antiques, collectibles, furniture, household goods, appliances, and hardware. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Auction starts at 7 p.m. The clothing, toys and books section, as well as the $3 fill-a-box event, open at 4:30 p.m. at the Cow Palace. Sponsored by the Warkworth Community Service Club. 249.494.0111 or 1.888.653.1556 2019 Guide to Trent Hills

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June 15, 2019 7 p.m. Campbellford District High School Music Night CDHS Music Ensembles

July 1, 2019 Canada Day Celebrations in Trent Hills Campbellford

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June 23, 2019 9 a.m. Bird Watching @ Ferris Provincial Park

Hastings Parade, kids’ entertainment, music, food, vendors, and a spectacular fireworks display over the Trent-Severn Waterway at dusk.

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June is the height of the nesting season for birds in the park and they are all singing their hearts out. Join naturalist David Bree for a leisurely walk to see and hear our nesting feathered friends and why all the noise! $5 per person includes Peameal on a bun, coffee and walk. Regular park day use fees apply. This is a registered event with limited numbers. Ferris Provincial Park, 474 County Road 8, Campbellford Barb Hogan • 705.632.0894 www.friendsofferris.ca

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July 6, 2019 11th Annual Chrome on the Canal Grand Road, Campbellford

Hundreds of motorcycle and classic car enthusiasts gather along the banks of the Trent River to view a variety of personal collections. Open to all bikes and cars. John or Heather McEvoy • 705.653.4523 or 705.653.1551

July 6, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Tony McManus

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July 7, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn The Snow Queen

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July 12, 2019 7 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Brent Butt

The creator and star of Corner Gas makes a stop at The Barn. Seriously funny. The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

July 13, 2019 10th Annual Bridge Hospice Golf Tournament 705-924-9222 • www.thebridgehospice.com/events

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Beethoven & Ravel Piano Trios The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

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July 14, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn The Fitzgerald Family

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July 13, 2019 Incredible Edibles Festival

If you love delicious food, you can’t miss the Incredible Edibles Festival on the banks of the Trent River in beautiful downtown Campbellford. Enjoy free admission and great fun for the whole family. Low cost samples of unique local specialties from more than 35 chefs and vendors. Check out our fascinating food demonstrations, Birds of Prey event, craft beer and cider garden, tribute tent to the farmers and families of Trent Hills, live music, and children’s activities. If you eat, you’re in! 705.653.4747 or 1.888.653.1556 www.incredibleediblesfestival.com

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July 20, 2019 10 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Moonlight - Brian Finley

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, Westben’s Artistic Director presents Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata & Schubert’s Impromptus Op. 90. The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

July 21, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Scrap Arts

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July 25, 26, 27, & 28, 2019 Warkworth Music Fest

The main goal of the Warkworth Music Fest is to bring an awesome annual event to Warkworth through the joy of rock music. Our third year will feature more exciting live music than last year. Come and see AC/DC tribute band Hell’s Bells! and Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band Symply Skynyrd, local favourites Rayzor’s Edge and so many more. Saturday July 27 breakfast hosted by Percy Agricultural Society. warkworthmusicfest.ca

July 26, 2019 7 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Rose Cousins

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Winner of a Juno, three East Coast Music Awards, a Canadian Folk Music Award, and a Grammy nominee, Rose’s music has been featured on Grey’s Anatomy. The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

July 27, 2019 1 p.m. Turtle Day @ Ferris Provincial Park

Learn about turtles and their environments! Meet some of Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre’s turtles while participating in fun family activities and discover how we can protect turtles! Regular park day use fees apply. Ferris Provincial Park, 474 County Road 8, Campbellford Barb Hogan • 705.632.0894 www.friendsofferris.ca

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August 1, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn James Ehnes, violin

One of the most sought-after violinists on the international stage, Juno and Grammy award-winner James Ehnes performs Beethoven. The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

August 4, 2019 2 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Sophisticated Ladies

Sophia Perlman, Barbra Lica, and the Brian Barlow Big Band The Barn, 6688 County Road 30, Campbellford 1.877.883.5777 • www.westben.ca

August 2, 2019 7 p.m. Westben Concerts at the Barn Jeremy Dutcher

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August 9, 10, & 11, 2019

August 24, 2019 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

165th Campbellford Fair

Fundraising BBQ Noon to 1 p.m.

Classic Country Fair featuring a vintage tractor pull, the Red Barn Children’s Centre, Old MacDonald’s Farm, agricultural exhibits and demonstrations. Midway and demolition derby.

Meet Professor Pricklethorn and learn about the secret lives of trees. Through his green coloured lenses, you will see beyond the bark and appreciate trees in a much different light. The Professor will help you discover the many benefits gained by planting the right trees and providing proper care for trees in our towns and cities. As an internationally certified arborist, and selfprofessed arborfessor, Professor Pricklethorn will show you why trees are just not a piece of green landscape furniture. You will soon learn why the urban tree is the most underrated and overlooked life-enhancing natural resource on this TREEmendous planet of ours. Trees are the ultimate environmental workhorse. By the time the Professor gets to the roots of the topic, you’ll be singing, “Give trees a chance.” Regular park day use fees apply. www.professorpricklethorn.com

Campbellford Fairgrounds, 313 Front Street North

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August 16, 17, & 18, 2019 13th Annual Hastings Waterfront Festival

***NEW THIS YEAR - Hastings Craft Beer & Wine Festival*** This arts and heritage festival is a free and accessible event with much to see and do. Including Friday and Saturday evening concerts, Saturday’s Family Day, and Sunday’s Antique and Classic Car Show. 5 Dit Clapper Drive, Hastings. 1.888.653.1556 •www.hastingsfestival.ca

August 17, 2019

Professor Pricklethorn @ Ferris Provincial Park

Ferris Provincial Park, 474 County Road 8, Campbellford Barb Hogan • 705.632.0894 www.friendsofferris.ca

Warkworth Eat in The Park

The village of Warkworth invites you to a wonderful local collaboration of food offerings that demonstrate the epicurean allure of our fabulous little town. Listen to music, visit our spectacular shops. Price points appealing to every pocket book. Come be enchanted with Eat in The Park. Mill Creek Park, Warkworth. warkworth.ca or Warkworth Facebook group 705.924.3333 • farmchicksos@live.ca

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Join organizers as they bring Hastings back to a time of regal queens and brave knights! Participate in axe throwing, spear throwing, archery, and many more activities. See real life reptiles, dragons, and eat like a king at this two-day event. 97 Elgin Street (soccer field), Hastings www.bladesofglory.ca

September, October, & November Westben House Concerts 7:30 pm

Get up-close and personal with an exciting range of artists curated and hosted by Campbellford singersongwriter Ken Tizzard. These friendly acoustic performances draw on the intimacy of a House Concert. Explore Americana, Folk, Bluegrass, and more. (Cash bar)

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October 5, 2019 1 p.m. Bat Day @ Ferris Provincial Park

Dr. Christina Davy is a Species at Risk Research Scientist with MNRF. She has worked with bats for over 10 years and will tell us all about these amazing creatures. Learn about Ontario species and how to identify them. She will also talk to us about the work she is doing looking into white nose syndrome, its effects on our bats, and what we can do to help. She will show us examples of bat boxes and what we need to know if we are installing them at our homes. Regular Park day use fees apply

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September 6, 7, & 8, 2019 169th Warkworth Fall Fair Percy Fairgrounds, Warkworth

Featuring 4-H, cattle and horse shows, sheep shearing demo, elimination car draw, amateur platform show, craft exhibits, baby show, truck and tractor pull, midway, and much more. 905.344.7709 or 1.888.653.1556 www.warkworthfair.com

September 27, 28, & 29, 2019 151th Annual Roseneath Fair 9109 County Road 45

905.352.3778 • www.roseneathfair.com October 19, 2019 9 a.m. The Dave Down Bridge Hospice Run Road and trail runs open to all ages 705.924.9222 • www.thebridgehospice.com

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December 6, 13, & 20, 2019 Warkworth’s Magic Under the Stars

Experience magic under the stars in the charming village of Warkworth. Friday evenings in December the shops will be open until 9 p.m. Featuring Santa, holiday pop up shops, mulled wine, hot chocolate, music, horse drawn wagon rides, warming stations, raffles, and more. Yule Love Warkworth, Ontario.

December 24, 2019 7:30 p.m. Community Christmas Eve Service

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December 14, 2019 Percy Agricultural Society Cookie Extravaganza, Lunch, & Raffle Janet Torrance • 705.924.3108 www.warkworthfair.com

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