North & Central Frontenac
2014 Recreation Guide
A publication of the Frontenac News with financial assistance from the Townships of North & Central Frontenac.
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Adults & Seniors Groups Arts
Artisans Arts & Crafts Farmer’s Market
5 Libraries 6 Music 6 Theatre
Children & Youth
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7 Swim Programs 8 Youth Programs
Community Services Clothing Depots
9 Community Groups
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Clubs Fitness/Sports Games Museum
18 Outdoor Activities 21 18 Recreation Committees 22 20 Recreation Facilities 22 20
Photo credits front cover, clockwise starting from top left: 2013 Central Frontenac Relay for Life by Julie Druker; Polar Bear Plunge, 2014 Heritage Festival; Kathy King with participants at the North Frontenac Little Theatre puppet workshop by Julie Druker; Chain saw sculptor Robin Deruchie of Cloyne demonstrated his chain saw art at the 2014 Heritage Festival in Arden by Julie Druker; Blue Skies Summer Day Camp choir performed with fiddle player Jessica Wedden and Kieran L’Abbe at their final Showcase by Julie Druker.
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Adult & SENIORS GROUPS
Central Frontenac Township
Dynamic and friendly, our vibrant inclusive community offers a wide range of activities for individuals and families year around. Whether you like indoor or outdoor fun, nature, history, music or the arts, there is something for everyone here in the Frontenacs. On behalf of the township, I encourage you to explore the 2014 Recreation and Activity Guide. I’m confident you’ll find it is a great source of information about things to see and do and it will help you to connect with folks with whom you share a common interest. Rural living at it’s best, right here in the heart of the Land O’ Lakes. Sincerely, Mayor Janet Gutowski
North Frontenac Township
North Frontenac is the heart of Eastern Ontario’s cottage country. Cottages and campsites dot the shores of the township’s many lakes. The vast expanse of pristine landscape in North Frontenac is unique and stunning during all four seasons. Take a leisurely drive along the “Four Seasons Scenic Route” (a designated route along Road 506/509) and enjoy rare sightings of nature at its finest. The lifestyles of both permanent and seasonal residents, include a wide variety of outdoor activities. The residents of North Frontenac are first class, you won’t find a more welcoming place to visit. Join in the many activities that take place throughout North Frontenac Township. There are many volunteer groups organizing activities that support a peaceful, enjoyable environment which extends to a vibrant, healthy well being for all. Furthermore, North Frontenac has one of the darkest skies in southern Canada, likely providing the best view of the night sky and the Milky Way that you will experience. North Frontenac has created a Dark Sky viewing area which is a public space with amenities, including parking, washroom, electrical service and a concrete pad, where anyone can setup their telescope and enjoy the dark skies. It is located at 5816 Road 506 (44.91791, -76.93947) just south of Plevna. Our motto in North Frontenac Township is “Four Seasons, More Reasons”. We believe there is something for everyone, all year round. We look forward to your arrival and participation. Sincerely, Council and Staff
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ARDEN SENIORS “Happy Gang” meet first Tuesday of every month. Discussion of community events; guest speakers. Potluck lunch, all welcome. Info: Wanda 613-335-3186 FLINTON - ADULT DROP IN, community rec centre, 9am-3pm; info: Pam 613-3368934 ext. 229. Transportation is available GOLDEN SUNSET CLUB meets 1st Monday of month, Northbrook Lions Hall, noon. Info: 336-2570. Join us for potluck LAND O LAKES SENIORS meet 2nd Wednesday of each month, noon, Mountain Grove hall. Info: John Purdon, 613-335-5434 NORTH FRONTENAC GOLDEN FRIENDSHIP CLUB meets 1st Tuesday of month except Jan & Feb at 1:30pm at Plevna Clar-Mill Hall, and in March, May & October at Ompah Community Centre. Everyone is welcome OMPAH - DROP IN MORNING COFFEE CLUB, Community Centre, Wednesdays 9 – 11 am. All welcome. PARHAM - COFFEE TIME, free drop in, Tuesdays 10-11.30am at Free Methodist Church, all welcome. PARHAM HAPPY TRAVELLERS meet third Wed. of month at Free Methodist Church in Parham. Potluck, noon-2:30. All seniors welcome SHARBOT LAKE - COMMUNITY DROP-IN, Wednesdays, 10 am – 3 pm, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church. All welcome! Info: 279-3151. SHARBOT LAKE 39ERS meet 1st Tuesday of the month (Apr.-Nov.), downstairs at North Frontenac Telephone Co. Noon potluck followed by meeting & games. All welcome, info: 613-279-2990; firstname.lastname@example.org SNOW ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE Friday morning coffee at the hall, 10am-noon.
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Artisans Arden Batik, Sarah Hale Batik on Fabric, 613.335.2073, summer hours 11-5 Tues.-Sunday or by chance or appointment.
EJH Creations sewing, knitting and crocheting 613.479.2979 email@example.com
Arden Pottery Functional/decorative pottery 613.335.2763, 1040 Big Clear Lane, Arden, ON firstname.lastname@example.org open year-round
Field, Martina Collagraph Prints 613.279.3268 1138 Bender Road, Sharbot Lake email@example.com call for appt.
Art, Crafts and More Studio/Gift Shop Marlene Leeson 7443 Road 506, Plevna 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (7 days a week) 613.479.0297
Gallery on the Bay, Judith Versavel Paintings, jewellery, gifts 613.335.2032, 1010 Willett Arden Galleryonbay.com Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org
Brianâ€™s Woodworking, Brian Lemke woodcrafts and cabinetry 613.479.2673, 1341 North Road, Plevna, K0H 2M0 email@example.com phone for appt.
Guitar Maker, Bob Miller Acoustic guitars,mandolins, & dulcimers. 613.279.3003, 1568 Tryon Road, Sharbot Lake. By appointment.
BMAC Art Conservation Bonnie Mclean, Painting conservator, acrylic and mixed media artist 613.375.6122 1032 Oclean Lane, Tichborne firstname.lastname@example.org Debbie Emery Quilts fabric crafts and quilts 613.579.8057, 6144 Buckshot Lake Road, Plevna email@example.com debbieemeryquilts.blogspot.ca. Dragons Crystal Golden and Silver Jewelery repairs 479-2464, ask for Jim
Kokopelli Custom Woodworking Custom woodworking designs for your home or garden, specializing in live edge furniture. 613.273.9191, 264 Little Silver Lake Rd., Maberly, ON. Studio open by appointment. firstname.lastname@example.org Maple Hollow Studio Jewellery and Woodwork, 613.375.8186, 50 Maple Grove Lane, Tichborne, ON. email@example.com 8:00am - 5:00pm, May 15 - Nov. 1, Closed Fridays Peters, Rebecca Crochet snowflakes and angels 613.374.1492, 9193 Road 38 Godfrey firstname.lastname@example.org phone for appt. Red Dragon Studio, Cathy Owen Watercolour paintings, glasswork, 613.479.2137, 1091 Ridge Lane, Ardoch, ON. By appointment or by chance.
Hilderbrook Studios Fusion Glass and Fine Art 613.375.6659 Call ahead for viewing. Johanna Jansen Ceramics Pottery, Murals, Decorative Vases 613.279.2671, 1644 Shibley Road, Sharbot Lake, ON email@example.com Call for appointment. Ken Waller Woodcrafts Fine Woodturnings 613.279.3035, 1077A Polar Bear Lane, Sharbot Lake, ON firstname.lastname@example.org Phone ahead.
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Rush, Linda Watercolour, multimedia paintings, 613.479.2570, 1138 Lothlorien Rd, Ompah, email@example.com, phone ahead. Shaw, Carmen Turned pencils and pens 613.374.1492, 9193 Road 38 Godfrey. Phone for appt. Sammut, Sue, Glass Artist Glass on glass mosaics, as well as glass garden art. 613.273.9191, 264 Little Silver Lake Rd., Maberly, ON. Studio open by appointment firstname.lastname@example.org
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LABOUR DAY WEEKEND August 30-31, September 1, 2014 Saturday to Monday 10 am - 5 pm
Arts FARMERS MARKETS SHARBOT LAKE FARMERS MARKET May 17 through October 11, 9am-1pm at the beach. Fresh local produce, preserves, frozen meats, local crafts, baking, fair trade organic coffee and other beverages, kids’ activities, and more. www.sharbotlakefarmersmarket. ca. More farmers wanted: contact info@ sharbotlakefarmersmarket.ca to apply.
LIBRARIES Christmas Frontenac Farmer’s Market
ARTS & CRAFTS LAND O’ LAKES QUILTERS have been sharing their knowledge about the craft and art of quilting since 1991. The guild hosts workshops, demos and guest speakers. Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month, 9am at Pineview Free Methodist Church, Cloyne, (lower level). New members welcome. Information: email@example.com NORTHBROOK – CRAFT & SOCIAL GROUP FOR WOMEN, Wednesdays, Land O’ Lakes Community Services, 9:3011:30am. Free. Info: Jeannie, 613-336-8934 or 1-877-679-6636 PLEVNA CRAFT LADIES – meet every Thursday, Clar-Mill Hall, 10am-4pm, all welcome, call Lois 613-479-2562
KINGSTON FRONTENAC PUBLIC LIBRARIES Arden 613-335-2570 Cloyne 613-336-8744 Denbigh 613-333-1426 Flinton 613-336-1091 Mountain Grove 613-335-5360 Ompah 613-479-2281 Parham 613-375-6400 Sharbot Lake 613-279-2853 OMPAH COMMUNITY LIBRARY located beside the Ompah Community Centre, has a fine collection of fiction and non-fiction books, DVD’s, CD’s and audio books. Internet is available during library hours. The library welcomes newer books in good condition as well as other library materials. For information contact Janice (479-2318) or Marily (479-2855).
MUSIC BEDFORD HALL OPEN MIC SESSION, every second Sunday year-round, 1-5pm. Country, Bluegrass, Folk, performers free, audience $2; info: Wilhelmine 613-3742614 BLUES SKIES COMMUNITY FIDDLE ORCHESTRA: The Fiddle Orchestra is an amateur group of fiddlers, penny whistlers, a piano player a guitarist and percussionist ranging in age from 10 to 70+. Rehearsals are Saturday mornings at the Maberly Hall from
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10:15 am to 12:15 pm during the school year. The PREP ORCHESTRA is a beginner group, enabling fiddle and mandolin players to learn the repertoire of the Blue Skies Orchestra at a learning speed, ages 8 to 60+. Cost is $45/ term. Rehearsals are from 9am till 10am at the Maberly Hall. Some violins are available for rent. Contact: Cindy McCall 613 2782448 firstname.lastname@example.org BOLINGBROKE CAFÉ, held the first Friday of the month, 7pm at the ABC Hall, 3166 Bolingbroke Road, where different musical talents are featured each month. $10 at the door. Specialty coffees and dessert items are available. For information Mike Erion (2738718) or visit www.abchall.ca FLINTON - LIVE COFFEE HOUSE, Through the Roof Ministries, last Sunday of month at 6:30 pm, all welcome. Music, refreshments, short inspirational message. 613-336-2614. JACK’S JAM, Plevna, a toe-tappin’ mixture of Country & Bluegrass Music, Clar-Mill Hall, see the dates under “Events”. Enjoy the potluck supper and all are welcome! Sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers. Info: Ed 613-479-9909, Gertie 613-479-5505. NORTHBROOK - OPEN MIC & POTLUCK, 7-11pm, Lions Hall, 3rd Friday of every month. Admission $6, entertainers $2. Bring your talent and your potluck. Everyone is welcome; for further info, call Lionel at 613-336-8142.
THEATRE NORTH FRONTENAC LITTLE THEATRE is not only for actors and actresses; there are many roles to be filled backstage as well as on stage. Productions take place in the fall and spring, with a spring musical every other year. Two potlucks take place: one in the fall and the other in late spring each year. For information John Pariselli at 613-279-2662; or visit www.nflt.ca
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Children & Youth Children & Youth CAMPS BLUE SKIES ARTS DAY CAMP July 2125, 2014. In Clarendon, on the Blue Skies Festival site. Open to children ages 7-13 inclusive, Blue Skies offers children a chance to experience such activities as dance, music, drama, graphic design, and ‘hands-on’ crafts. Cost is $225/week. Bus pick up is available in Sharbot Lake or at the nearby provincial park. Registration is online starting April 1. www. blueskies-in-the-community.ca or email email@example.com. CIRCLE SQUARE RANCH SUMMER CAMP, Christian non-denominational children’s summer camp, programs for boys & girls 6-17. swimming, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, riding, rock climbing & much more. Day camp first 2 weeks of July. R R 3, Arden, 613-335-5403; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ardencirclesquare.ca RKY SUMMER CAMP: A kids’ summer camp located on Eagle Lake. Activities include swimming, rock climbing, archery, arts & crafts, canoe trips, and more. The camp has both summer and winter activities. For more information visit www.rkycamp.org or call 613-546-2647 ext. 236. SUMMER DAY CAMP. There will be a summer camp on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for children ages 6 to 10 at The Child Centre 613-279-2244. This camp has themed weeks designed to provide children with new experiences. Subsidies available for those who qualify; for information call: 613-279-2244 OUTREACH SUMMER PROGRAMS Activities in rotating locations on Thursdays throughout the summer for youth ages 10 years of age and up. On Tuesdays, July and August, there will be a program at the ClarMill hall in Plevna for ages 6 to 10. Info: The Child Centre, 613-279-2244. SUMMER INCLUSIVE ACTIVITIES: Summer Activities open to children ages 6-17yrs. Come participate in summer activities with us, such as Medieval Times in Toronto, Blue Jays game, Bowling, Wave Pool, Pioneer Village, Drive-in Theater, to name a few. We have limited spaces and funding available for children within the Autism Spectrum to participate in the summer activities. For information please call Glenda or Marcel at 613-279-3731.
The Township of Central Frontenac will be administering the Red Cross Swim Kids/Preschool programs as well as the Lifesaving Society program for 2014. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Registration Fee: $45.00 per child. A late registration fee of $20.00 per child will be applied if registering after June 21, 2014. Bronze Medallion/Bronze Cross: $90.00 (includes manual) Refunds will only take place 2 days after the lessons have started. Please make cheques payable to: Township of Central Frontenac P.O. Box 89, 1084 Elizabeth Street Sharbot Lake, ON K0H 2P0 Or visit website www.centralfrontenac.com/documents/ Forms_Reports/Swim_Registration_Form_2014.pdf Note: all children must be four years of age as of the first day of lessons **Instructors will make every attempt to contact parents/guardians with their child’s swim time. If you do not receive confirmation one week prior to the start of the program, please call the Municipal Office at 613-279-2935.
July 7 - July 25
(Monday to Friday unless otherwise noted)
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July 28 - August 15 (No classes August 4)
Our fun, learn-to-swim program for children ages five and older. This 10-level program helps swimmers develop the five main swimming strokes—front crawl, back crawl, elementary back stroke, breast stroke, and sidestroke—which supports learning how to be safe in, on, and around the water.
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Children & Youth ONTARIO EARLY YEARS PLAYGROUPS: Mon - Harrowsmith & Sharbot Lake 9:3011:30am; Tues - Snow Road, Verona & Perth Road 9:30-11:30am; Wed. Healthy Beginnings Prenatal/Baby Group 10-noon; Thurs- Storrington 9:30-11:30am
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PLAYGROUPS BABY TALK DROP-INS, Sharbot Lake, Child Centre, 2nd Wed, 10:30 – 11:30 am.. Advice & information on infant & child care. 549-1154, 1-800-267-7875 LENNOX & ADDINGTON RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN/EARLY YEARS PLAYGROUPS & DROP-INS - Tamworth Playgroup: Mondays 9:30 am-noon, Sheffield Arena; Northbrook Drop-In: Wednesdays 10:00 am-1:00 pm, Lions Hall; Flinton DropIn: Thursdays 10:00 am-1:00pm, Township Hall; Info: 613-336-8934 ext. 257
CENTRAL FRONTENAC SWIM PROGRAM: Central Frontenac Township will be administering the Red Cross Swim Kids/Preschool programs and the Lifesaving Society program. There will be a Bronze Medallion/Bronze Cross class available. Children must be 4 years of age. Registration deadline June 21, $45 per child ($20 late fee after June 21). Dates: July 7-25 at Long Lake and Clear Lake; July 28 - Aug 15 at Sharbot Lake and Eagle Lake. Call the township: 613279-2935 MAZINAW LAKE SWIM PROGRAM offers Red Cross Swimming Lessons to all children 4 years and older. Four weeksMonday to Friday, first four weeks in July at Bon Echo Provincial Park, starting date June 30. $100 per child including transportation; information: Land O’ Lakes Community Services at 613-336-8934
Sharbot Lake Pharmacy We are open Monday - Saturday, 9am - 6pm to serve you. Jocelyn Whalen, Pharmacist 1036 Elizabeth Street Sharbot Lake, ON K0H 2P0 t: 613.279.2901 f: 613.279.2394 www.sharbotlakepharma.ca firstname.lastname@example.org
SAND LAKE SWIM PROGRAM: Red Cross Swimming Lessons are offered every summer at Sand Lake, Plevna. Lessons will be offered in 2 two-week sessions in July. Red Cross Preschool and Swim Kids levels 1 to 10. Swimmers must be three years old and up. Contact: Jenny Lemke, 613-479-2673.
YOUTH PROGRAMS ARDEN - Children’s interactive Reading group, Wednesday evenings 6-8pm, community center, sponsored by the Kennebec Rec Committee, info 613-335-2845 Northern Frontenac Community Services: FAMILY MOVIE NIGHTS: Every other month. Doors open with canteen at 6pm and the movie begins at 6:30pm. All ages are welcome. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Movies rotate throughout Central/ North Frontenac. YOUTH DANCES: All youth dances are for grades 5 to 9 at the OSO hall. Cost is $6. Doors open at 6pm and the dances end at 9pm. There is a canteen on site and door prizes to be won. RED CROSS BABYSITTERS COURSES: Courses are held when and where there is a need. Youth ages 11 and up. Cost is $30, which includes the manual. Call to sign up. AT HOME ALONE PROGRAM: Are you wondering when it’s safe to leave your
Community Services child at home alone for a few hours before or after school or while you run errands? This program is for ages 10 and up. Connect with us through FACEBOOK Search: “NorthernRural-Youth-Events”. The Child Centre at 279-2244.
FOOD BANKS. Local food banks need food and cash donations, and community involvement. For the Land o’Lakes Food Bank, call Community Services, 613-3368934. For the North Frontenac Food Bank, call 613-532-8855.
FRONTENAC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE Operating under the umbrella of Northern Frontenac Community Services. FTS provides transportation to residents of North, Central and South Frontenac Townships. If you are in need of transportation, or would like to join our team of volunteer drivers, call FTS at 613-279-2044 or 1-877-279-2044 or e-mail email@example.com
ALZHEIMER SOCIETY SUPPORT GROUP, 1-3 pm, Sharbot Lake United Church hall, 613-544-3078 ext 203 (first Wednesday of each month) COMMUNITY LIVING - NORTH FRONTENAC is dedicated to providing equal opportunities to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families in the Central/North Frontenac area, to achieve independence and social acceptance, For further information, contact Deb Ryckman or Marcel Quennevile at 613-279-3731, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NORTHERN FRONTENAC COMMUNITY SERVICES has been serving North, Central and parts of South Frontenac for 36 years. The agency has two parts, one that serves children and youth, and the other that serves adults. Children’s Services is based at The Child Centre at 1004 Art Duffy Road in Sharbot Lake. Services include licensed Child Care, Ontario Early Years programs and youth recreational programs, resources and parenting groups. Resources and referrals are also available. Call 279-2244. Adult Services is based at 1020 Elizabeth St. in Sharbot Lake (next to the Oso Community Hall). Services include Community Support Services (for seniors and the physically disabled), Family Counselling and Adult Protective Services. Affiliated services include Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program, the North Rural Women’s Program, Frontenac Community Mental Health, KAIROS addiction services for youth, Options for Change (addictions services for adults), HIV/AIDS Awareness, North Frontenac Food Bank, Ongwanada Community Behavioural Services, Providence Care Centre, Rural Legal Services and the Frontenac Lennox & Addingtion Family and Children’s Services. For information on all of the above please call 613-279-3151.
CLOTHING DEPOTS CLOTHING BOUTIQUE – in former United Church next to cemetery, good quality used clothes and household items at low, low prices: Winter hours - Thurs. & Sat. 10am 2pm; Summer Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturdays, 10am – 2pm TREASURE TRUNK, 1171 Cannon Rd. Sharbot Lake, Mon-Fri, 9-3, Sat.: 9-noon in summer. Not much money for clothes? Find affordable new and next to new clothes. Larger household items accepted as donations. 613279-2113.
COMMUNITY GROUPS CENTRAL FRONTENAC RAILWAY HERITAGE SOCIETY works to preserve the railway heritage of the area, mounting displays, renovating memorabilia and a caboose (open July and August, 11am-3pm, Saturdays only) and developing The Railway Heritage Park in Sharbot Lake as a tourist destination. For information or to help, call 613 279 2777 CLAR-MILL COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS hold their meetings at the Clar Mill Hall in Plevna on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome. For more information please contact Ed (613) 479-9909 or Paul (613) 479-9988. CLOYNE & DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY meets at 1 p.m. on the third Monday of the month (with the exception of July & August) in the Barrie Community Hall. Our appealing program focuses on unearthing the area’s captivating history, its families, stories and legends. We travel by bus to discover lost settlements, ghost towns, old mines and logging sites. Meetings are open to everyone and new members are always welcome!
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10 Community Groups SNOW ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE (please note that the schedules for these events may vary): There is Friday morning coffee at the hall from 10am-noon. A Moms & Tots group meets on Tuesday mornings, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. There are exercise classes on Mondays 10-11am, Line Dancing Thursdays 7 -8:30 pm; Bridge on Fridays 2–4pm. Please call for information: Sheila Kittle, 613-2781007
One of the many scheduled dart tournaments held at the Arden Legion.
CONSERVATIONISTS OF FRONTENAC ADDINGTON: foster conservation in the Frontenac Addington area and encourages the wise use of land and resources. They take children fishing during their “Take Kids Fishing” Week, sponsor a bursary at NAEC, stock speckled trout and sponsor a deer contest in the fall. Phone Ron Pethick, 613-336-9400. CROW LAKE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION - Hall rentals available in century old Crow Lake school house with modern kitchen. Can accommodate special events, meetings. Contact Marion Ratzinger, email@example.com
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BURNING PERMITS From April 1st to October 31st permits will be required for any open air burning.
Fees Incinerators $5.00/season Campfires - $2.00/season Brush/yard pile $2.00/occasion Permits cannot be obtained for and therefore no burning is allowed of buildings, hay, straw, tires or any materials restricted by the Ministry of the Environment. Negligence or carelessness regarding any fire may result in a fine of up to $5,000.00 plus all costs associated with extinguishing the fire. Please call 279-2935, Ext 441 or check our website to see if burning is allowed or for a list of retailers who sell permits.
OMPAH - BIRTHDAY BASH / COMMUNITY POTLUCK: the Birthday Bash is held monthly at the Ompah Community Centre at 6pm - generally the 3rd or 4th Wednesday of the month. Following the dinner and brief entertainment by local talent, we celebrate birthdays of the months with cake and song. All are welcome to share some great country cooking. PARHAM - MAYFLOWER LODGE holds Bingos every Friday night, 6:45pm. Suppers and Entertainment nights for the community will be held with dates and time posted in Frontenac News. Annual Fall Harvest Sale held in October. We have a Humanitarian Service in our Lodges to help people when needed. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 334, Arden Branch 328, Northbrook Branch 425, Sharbot Lake
613-335-2737 613-336-2676 613-279-2659
ARDEN LEGION, BRANCH 334 sponsors: Euchre every Thursday night, 7:30pm. Euchre tournaments last Thursday of the month. Wednesday 2pm Cribbage. Community Dart league, Sundays 1pm; Wednesdays & Fridays 7pm. 5967 Arden Rd. Arden, Call 613-3352737. SHARBOT LAKE & DISTRICT LIONS CLUB. Do you enjoy helping others? Do you enjoy contributing to your community? Do you like fun and fellowship with other service minded people? Lions do all this and more! We are always seeking new members who have a desire to serve their fellow man and improve the world we live in. Our members include young and old, men, women and couples. The club operates a Bottle Recycling Shed at the Oso Waste Site. In October the Lions will be conducting vision and hearing screening on Sr. Kindergarten and Grade One classes in each of the local Schools. WE SERVE! 613539-8190. www.sharbotlions.com
SNOW ROAD SNOWMOBILE CLUB - 1106 Gemmills Rd. A heated facility for all snowmobilers during snowmobile season. Fundraiser breakfasts are held every second Saturday, 8 - 11 am, October & November and from mid-January to mid-May. Everyone welcome. Available for rental for special meetings or other events year round for up to 100 people. Wheelchair accessible. Contact Ruth Wark 613-278-0477 TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) Non-profit, non-commercial weight loss support group. TOPS mission is to support members as we Take Off and Keep Off Pounds Sensibly. Available to all age groups from 7 years and up to men and women. Members come from all walks of life. Annual membership fee is $32 plus weekly dues of $2. TOPS offer tools and programs for healthy living and weight management, with group fellowship and recognition. Chapters in Arden, Sharbot Lake, Verona and Harrowsmith. First visit is free; information: Area Captain, Carol Busschaert, phone: 613766-9387; email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tops.org VILLAGES BEAUTIFUL organizes and runs the Festival of Trees at Christmas and the proceeds are shared between the villages of Central Frontenac. The money is used to buy flowers and trees in the various villages and these are maintained by an army of volunteers during the summer. For info. call Linda, 2792576 or email email@example.com
EDUCATION AFTERSCHOOL YOUTH PROGRAMS, Youth Afterschool Programs run September to June! Programs are on Mondays at Prince Charles Public School, Verona, ages 9 and up; Tuesdays at Clarendon Centre PS for grades 1 to 6; Wednesdays at Granite Ridge Education Centre grades 4 to 8; Thursdays at Land O’Lakes PS for grades 5 to 8; Friday at The Child Centre ages 6 to 10. All programs are held from 3pm to 5pm. For more information or to volunteer call 279-2244.
Events 11 NORTHERN CONNECTIONS ADULT LEARNING CENTRES – offers a wide variety of training opportunities for adults and youth 16 and over through its two sites, Sharbot Lake and Northbrook. People can learn skills to improve their personal lives, go on to further education, or prepare for the workplace. Computer training: learn everything from the basics of computers, emails and internet, to digital photography, Microsoft Office and advanced accounting software. • Credit courses through the Limestone District School Board are available. • Our e-lab is an excellent way to access online courses offered by OntarioLearn, a consortium of Ontario’s Community Colleges. Registration and certification are through Loyalist College. For more information contact: Sharbot Lake – 24719 Hwy 7, Sharbot Lake, 613-2792499. Northbrook – 12497A Road 41, Unit 3, Northbrook, 613-336-0691. Limestone District School Board Clarendon Central P.S. 613-479-2264 Granite Ridge Education Centre 613-279-2131 Land O’Lakes P.S. 613-335-5254 North Addington Education Centre 613-336-8991 Algonquin & Lakeshore Catholic District School Board St. James Major Catholic Elementary School 613-279-3300
EVENTS Please note that this guide was compiled early in the year and schedules of events may change.
Timber Wolf Run held at Land O’Lakes Public School, Mountain Grove.
May 10 - ASTRONOMY DAY, North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, visit www. northfrontenac.com for details May 11 OMPAH – MOTHER’S DAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST, 9-11am, community centre May 17 ARDEN - CHURCH YARD SALE, 10am-4pm at the Arden & Community Wesleyan Church May 17 CLOYNE - MAMMOTH YARD SALE at the Barrie Township Hall. 9am. Save your gently used items. For pickup call Carolyn 613 336-6858.
May 17 SHARBOT LAKE FARMERS MARKET begins season, 9am-1pm every Saturday, Oso Beach, Plant Sale, crafts, baked goods, local produce, meats & more. info@ sharbotlakefarmersmarket.ca May 20 & 21 – FLINTON - RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE - Township Rec Centre, info: flintonrecreationclub.ca May 22 CLOYNE - MOTHER & DAUGHTER POTLUCK BANQUET, Pineview Free Methodist Church, refreshments 5pm, dinner 6pm, guest speaker Linda Adams, New Life Girl’s Home.
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May May 3 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser for Malignant Melanoma, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd. May 5 - ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY- Watch for the Sharbot Lake & District Lions Club along Highway 38 as they clean up after a long, hard winter. We serve our community! sharbotlions.com May 5. FLINTON - SOFTBALL, boys & girls ages 7 - 14, $5 per child, Rec. Centre. Info / register: Robert Wood 336-8898, James Wood 336-8114; coaches & umpires needed; sponsored by Flinton Rec. Club. May 9 SHARBOT LAKE – YOUTH DANCE for grades 5-9, 6-9pm $6, Oso Hall, sponsored by Northern Frontenac Community Services
Glass Bottles & Jars
Boxboard Cartons (Cereal Boxes)
Tubs & Lids
Clear Plastic Bottles
Paper (Household & Newspaper)
Tetra Boxes & Cartons
For a list of all Your Township’s Blue Box Recyclable Items contact: NORTH FRONTENAC @ www.northfrontenac.com or 613-479-2231 CENTRAL FRONTENAC @ www.centralfrontenac.com or 613-279-2935
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14 Events May 23, PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall
Partnership will be hosting a morning of great outdoor adventures & activities. For information call 613-279-2244.
support/volunteer or participate contact firstname.lastname@example.org, Eleanor Nowell 613-336-8226
May 24 ARDEN - TRIVIA NIGHT, 6-10:30pm, community hall, sponsored by the Rec Committee
June 16 HISTORIC BUS TOUR sponsored by the Cloyne & District Historical Society. Destination to be announced. For information call 613-336-6858
June 21 - SUMMER SOLSTICE, North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, visit www. northfrontenac.com for details
May 24, LAND O’LAKES GARDEN CLUB PLANT SALE in Cloyne, Barrie Hall 9am until sold out. Plants go fast, come early. May 24, PLEVNA - JACK’S JAM, ClarMill hall, 2-9pm; potluck supper 5:30pm; all welcome and all musicians, singers, dancers welcome to participate; sponsors: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers
June June 7 ARDEN - ROAST BEEF DINNER Kennebec Hall, 5-6:30pm, sponsored by Arden & Community Wesleyan Church June 14 OMPAH – PASTA SUPPER, 5 – 7pm, community centre June 14 SHARBOT LAKE - GREAT OUTDOOR ADVENTURE & UNITED WAY YARD SALE 11am-1pm, fun for all ages; St. James Major Catholic School. Ontario Early Years Aboriginal youth services in conjunction with Northern Rural Youth
June 20, PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall June 20, RELAY FOR LIFE in NORTH & CENTRAL FRONTENAC Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, 7pm-7am, held at Parham ball field. To register a team contact Christine Teal, 613-375-6525 or visit the website at convio.cancer.ca and go to the Sharbot Lake site June 21 ARDEN & COMMUNITY WESLEYAN CHURCH Ball Tournament For Missions June 21 CLOYNE PIONEER MUSEUM & ARCHIVES, season opening and BBQ, all welcome, info: pioneer.mazinaw.on.ca June 21 PINE MEADOW GOLF CLASSIC, Hunter’s Creek Golf Course, Cloyne, fundraiser for Pine Meadow Nursing Home, $55 per golfer; anyone wishing to sponsor/
June 21 & 22, PALMERSTON LAKE BASS DERBY, Featured Guest. “Big” Jim McLaughlin, under 16 yrs free, $40 includes Sat night dinner; email@example.com; 1-866-661-4949. June 26 PLEVNA – BREAKFAST BUFFET, 7-10am, Clar-Mill Hall, info: Ed 479-9909; sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers June 28 ARDEN ARTISANS’ GARDEN PARTY & OPEN HOUSE, 10am - 5pm, tour the Arden Batik, Arden Pottery & Gallery on the Bay studios. June 28 ARDEN - OLD FASHIONED STRAWBERRY SOCIAL sponsored by the Historical Society, Kennebec Community Hall 10am-5pm June 28 SNOW ROAD – CANADA DAY BREAKFAST, & home baking sale, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmills Rd., all welcome.
July July 1 OMPAH – COLD PLATE SUPPER, community centre 5-7pm July 1, SHARBOT LAKE - CANADA DAY, Oso Beach, Pancake Breakfast, Parade, Games, BBQ at the Beach, Music & Entertainment at the bandshell, fireworks at dusk. (Free). July 2 PLEVNA - STRAWBERRY SOCIAL, Bake & Bazaar Table, 11:30am-1:30pm, ClarMill Hall, info: Ed 479-9909; July – LIONS’ SUMMER BREAKFAST at the Oso Hall. Date TBA. Watch for signs on Road 38! All-You-Can-Eat $7/person. www. sharbotlions.com July 6: CANADA DAY RUN, Oso Beach, Sharbot Lake, sign up 9:30 a.m., Run/Walk 10 a.m., 2k, 5k, 10k. Call Rudy 613-2792761 July 5 – FLINTON - TURKEY SUPPER Rec. Centre, Sponsor: Flinton Rec Club. July 5 - ASTEROIDS; CERES AND VESTA close together (10 arc minutes). Interesting lunar feature the Straight Wall is visible. North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, weather permitting. www.northfrontenac.com
Ompah Firefighters fall ATV run.
July 11-13, CLOYNE STUDIO TOUR, 10am - 4pm, visit Carla Miedema’s studio, 1074 Little Pond Road; Gaile & Trevor Bethell, 1005 Fosters Lane; Barb Mendham,
Events 15 168 Sheldrake Lake Rd., free admission, information: 613-336-8860 July 12 PLEVNA - CRAFT AND DIRECT VENDORS SHOW, 10am-4pm; BBQ by the firefighters 11am-1:30pm, Clar-Mill Hall July 18, PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall July 24, PLEVNA – BREAKFAST BUFFET, 7-10am, Clar-Mill Hall, info: Ed 479-9909; sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers. July 25-27, BON ECHO ART EXHIBITION & SALE, 10 am to 4 pm daily. Original Canadian art; nature, wildlife & countryside. Live entertainment, children’s activities, BBQ, Sciensational Sssnakes Sat. & Sun. 11am. Park admission applies. Sponsor: Friends of Bon Echo Park, Information 613336-0830. July 26 ARDEN SENIORS ANNUAL SUMMER SALE, community yard Sale, raffle, silent auction, BBQ, lunch. craft sale July 27 Sharbot Lake KIDS OF STEEL TRIATHLON, put on by Bytown Storm Triathlon Club, 8am-1pm; info: alexross. firstname.lastname@example.org
August Aug 1, 2, 3 FLINTON COUNTRY BLUEGRASS JAMBOREE, Township Recreation Centre. David Church (Tribute to Hank Williams); Bill White & White Pine; Backward, Black Family, Dallas Daisey, Ducharme Family, Jamie Spurvy, Grassy FiddleTime, Randy Morrrison & Flat River Band, Gord Wright, John Hartin, Buck Warren & more. Weekend Pass before July 1 - $50; after July 1 - $55; without camping $35; daily admission: Fri. $10; Sat. $20; Sun. $10; bring lawn chair. Sponsored by Flinton Rec. Club; contact Duane 613-336-8354. flintonrecreationclub.ca. Aug 2 FRONTENAC FROLIC, Bedford Hall, 1381 Westport Road. 9am-2pm, Fun filled family day! Cow Flop Bingo, petting zoo and pony rides, silent auction, e flea market, books & CDs baking tables. Sponsored by the Bobs & Crow Lakes Foundation. www. bobs-and-crow-lakes.org
Aug 8-10, CLOYNE SHOWCASE ART & CRAFT SALE. 10 am- 4pm, daily, North Addington Education Centre, Over 70 exhibitors will be displaying and selling a huge variety of Arts and Crafts. Profits to support the arts programs at the school, and local swim program Admission is free. Information: 613-473-4063
Aug 22, PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall
Aug 9 PLEVNA – HAM & TURKEY SUPPER at Clar-Mill Hall 4-6:30pm; fundraiser for St. Kilian’s R.C. Church
August 22 & 23 PARHAM FAIR. This year’s events will include: 2 Concerts, Midway, Horse Pull, 4H Cattle Show, Sheep Shearing, Lawnmower Races, Horticultural and Craft Displays, Oxen Rides, Wagon Rides, Petting Zoo, Miniature Horse Demonstration and Display, Country Fair GamesFor more info visit www.parhamfair.ca.
Aug 16, LAND O’ LAKES FISHING TOURNAMENT, 5 lakes, 5 weighin stations, info: Land o’Lakes Tourist Association, travellandolakes.com
Aug 23 & 24, SILVER LAKE POW WOW. Silver Lake Provincial Park. Gates open 10am, grand entry noon. $6/adults, $3/kids and seniors. Info/camping: Trudy, 613-375-6356.
Aug 16 - 17: BOTTLE DRIVE at Sharbot Lake Beer Store. Sponsored by Sharbot Lake & District Lions Club. www.sharbotlions. com
Aug 30 – Sept. 1, INROADS STUDIO TOUR Labour Day weekend, 10am 5pm. This event is a self-guided tour of art and craft studios in the Land O’Lakes and Lanark Highlands tourist regions. Enjoy demonstrations, educational displays, and a chance to view and purchase the work of over 35 artists and artisans at 20 studios. Brochures with map are available throughout the region and online at www.inroadstour.ca.
August 21, PLEVNA – BREAKFAST BUFFET, 7-10am, Clar-Mill Hall, info: Ed 479-9909; sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers Aug 21 SHARBOT LAKE - NFCS COMMUNITY BBQ, free BBQ by Northern Frontenac Community Services, Oso Beach, , 5-7pm, entertainment, jumping castles, wagon rides, all welcome:, info 2792244, 279-3151
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Aug 2 & 3, BLUE SKIES MUSIC FESTIVAL - featuring music in the woods from around the corner and around the world. Day passes available on limited basis. Box 2502, Clarendon, K0H 1J0, (613) 279-2610.
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August 3 - SATURN/MARS/ MOON in straight line. Lunar Straight Wall visible. North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, weather permitting. www.northfrontenac.com
Aug. 30 & 31 SILENT VALLEY ALPACA Natural Fibre Festival, 1120 Donaldson Rd. Ompah; 10am-4pm Sat & Sun. Numerous fibre artists and crafts people displaying and
Township of North Frontenac Community Hall Rental Fees
Full Day $70.00 Half Day (6 Hours or less) $35.00 Rental with Liquor $150.00 Plus $50.00 refundable deposit. Community groups (4 Hours or less) $15.00 Church Groups Donation Funeral Luncheons Donation * All fees include taxes*
Community Hall Reservations
Barrie Community Hall: Larry Potyok, 613-336-9221
Clar Mill Hall: Ed Schleivert (613) 479-9909 Harlowe Hall: Marie White (613) 336-2557 Ompah Hall: Marily Seitz (613) 479-2855 Snow Road Hall: Lorie Ryder (613) 278-0216
16 Events Oct. 21 & 22, FLINTON - RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE - Township Rec Centre. Sponsor: Flinton Rec Club. Oct.22 - SHARBOT LAKE - SENIORS’ NIGHT presented by the Lions Club 7pm. Free admission to all local seniors. We Serve! www.sharbotlions.com Oct. 24 PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall Oct 25, ARDEN - CHILDREN’S HALLOWEEN PARTY, 9am to 2pm, Community Centre Robert and Hanne Quigley of Silent Valley Alpaca near Ompah.
demonstrating. Barn tours, demonstrations on felting, knitting, weaving, spinning, carding and more. Delectable baked goods and lunch from Lori Ryder. Silent Valley Alpaca is open year round for visitors. For more information visit silentvalleyalpaca.ca or call us at 613-479-0307
September Sept 13 ARDEN - SPAGHETTI DINNER, Kennebec Hall, 5-6:30pm, sponsored by Arden & Community Wesleyan Church September 13 - WATCH MOON RISE at 10pm. North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, weather permitting. www.northfrontenac. com Sept. 19, PLEVNA – BINGO FUNDRAISER for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall Sept. 20, PLEVNA - JACK’S JAM, ClarMill hall, 2-9pm; potluck supper 5:30pm; all welcome and all musicians, singers, dancers welcome to participate; sponsors: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers Sept 20, OMPAH VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS FALL ATV POKER RUN, 9am-4pm, $40 includes ride, dinner, prizes; $25 ride & prizes; $15 dinner. Double
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September 29 - ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY Watch for the Lions members along Road 38 as they clean up after a busy summer tourist season. www.sharbotlions.com
October October 4 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd., Oct. 11, FLINTON - TURKEY SUPPER, Township Rec. Centre, sponsor: Flinton Community Club. October 18 PLEVNA - JACK’S JAM, ClarMill hall, 2-9pm; potluck supper 5:30pm; all welcome; sponsors: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers, info: Ed, 479-9909 October 18 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd., October 18 - URANUS CHALLENGE: Seventh planet theoretically visible with the unaided eye. North Frontenac Star Gazing Pad, weather permitting. www. northfrontenac.com
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Oct. 25, PLEVNA – HARVEST DINNER, 5 - 7 pm, Clar-Mill Hall, Ed 479-9909; sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers. October 25 SNOW ROAD - HARVEST SUPPER Snowmobile Club, 4:30 - 6:30 PM at Clubhouse, 1106 Gemmills Road Oct. 31 PLEVNA - HALLOWEEN PARTY for all ages, 7pm Clar-Mill hall, info: Ed 479-9909; sponsor: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers
November NOV 1 PLEVNA - CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW, 10am-2pm; soup & sandwich lunch, Clar-Mill Hall Nov. 1 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd. Nov. 5 OMPAH – ROAST BEEF SUPPER, 5:30-7:30pm, community centre Nov 15, PLEVNA – JACK’S JAM, ClarMill hall, 2-9pm; potluck supper 5:30pm; all welcome and all musicians, singers, dancers welcome to participate; sponsors: Clar-Mill Community Volunteers, info: Ed, 479-9909 Nov. 15 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd.,
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Events 17 Nov. 22 ARDEN - TURKEY DINNER Kennebec Hall, 5-6:30pm, sponsored by Arden & Community Wesleyan Church Nov. 23 SNOW ROAD SNOWMOBILE CLUB DRIVER TRAINING, 9am at Clubhouse, 1106 Gemmills Road Nov 28 PLEVNA - COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING, 7pm, corner of Buckshot Lake Rd & Hwy 509 Nov. 29 ARDEN CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING & Celebration, 7pm, Mill Pond Nov. 29 NORTH FRONTENAC SANTA CLAUS PARADE, night parade 6pm, preceded by Children’s Christmas Party in the afternoon at the community hall Nov. 29 SNOW ROAD – BREAKFAST fundraiser, 8-11am, Snowmobile clubhouse, 1106 Gemmils Rd.,
December Dec. 6 - CENTRAL FRONTENAC SANTA CLAUS PARADE in the village of Sharbot Lake! FREE hot dogs & hot chocolate and visit with Santa in Oso Hall after the parade. www.sharbotlions.com
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Dec. 11, 12, 13. FESTIVAL OF TREES, Soldiers’ Memorial (Oso) Hall, Sharbot Lake. Theme for 2014, “Traditions of Christmas”. Christmas trees, wreaths, gingerbread houses, crafts, music & more, Info. 279-2576 Dec. 13 PLEVNA - CHRISTMAS PARTY & POTLUCK for the WHOLE community, Clar-Mill Hall, 5pm
Dec. 20 SNOW ROAD - CHRISTMAS DINNER & Social Entertainment, 6pm Snowmobile Club, 1106 Gemmills Road Dec. 25: COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS DINNER, Sharbot Lake, 2-4pm, free, door prizes, all welcome: info Jule 613-279-2687
December 20 CLOYNE - CHRISTMAS DINNER for the community, Pineview Free Methodist Church, refreshments 5pm, dinner 6pm
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February 2015 Feb 13 - 16, 2015, FRONTENAC HERITAGE FESTIVAL. Featuring a photo contest and popular events like the Polar Bear Plunge, a walk/run, heritage displays, crafts and demonstrations, fireworks, a variety show, and many more activities. Visit centralfrontenac.com/Heritage_Festival.html Feb 14, 2015 - SHARBOT LAKE SNOW DRAGS, start 10:30am, for classes, fees and details visit centralfrontenac.com/ SLSnowDrags.html. Dinner & awards ceremonies after.
Recreation CLUBS FLINTON - PIONEER CLUB at Through the Roof Ministry Center, midweek club program for boys and girls Grades JK to 6, offering a wide range of activities. Tuesday nights 6:30 to 8pm. information: 613-3369466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. FLINTON - YOUTH NIGHT every Friday night for Grades 7 to 12 from 7 to 9 at Through the Roof Ministry Center. This is a
TOWNSHIP OF Central FRONTENAC Waste Disposal Site Hours (By-Law #2012-10) Printed in the spring of 2014 based on By-Law #2012-10
AM HOURS PM HOURS
OLDEN DISTRICT 1094 Olden Park Rd off Hwy 7 near Mountain Grove
Sun: 8 am - 12 Noon Mon: 8 am - 12 Noon Wed: 8 am - 12 Noon Thu: 8 am - 12 Noon Sat: 8 am - 12 Noon
1 pm - 5 pm 1 pm - 5 pm 1 pm - 5 pm 1 pm - 5 pm 1 pm - 5 pm
OSO DISTRICT 130 Wemp Road south of Sharbot Lake
Mon: 8 am - 12 Noon Fri: 8 am - 12 Noon Sat: 8 am - 12 Noon
Sun: 1 pm - 5 pm Tue: 1 pm - 5 pm
HINCHINBROOKE DISTRICT Sun: 8 am - 12 Noon 10180 ROAD 38 Tue: 8 am - 12 Noon (HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ONLY)
Mon: 1 pm - 5 pm Fri: 1 pm - 5 pm Sat: 1 pm - 5 pm
Note: All sites are closed between 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M. on days of operation All sites Closed: January 1st (New Years Day), the 3rd Monday in February (Family Day), Good Friday, July 1st (Canada Day) Second Monday of October (Thanksgiving Day), December 25th (Christmas Day) and December 26th (Boxing Day), Any site normally open December 24th and December 31st will be closed at noon
LAND O’ LAKES GARDEN CLUB Pine View Free Methodist Church, Cloyne, 7pm, second Thursday of the month, April to November: April 10, “Heritage Trees”, how to identify & protect them; May 8 “Permaculture” - how the right soil is important for gardens. Saturday May 24 Annual Plant Sale at Barrie Hall – 9am until sold out; June 12 “Ornamental Grasses” July 10 “Seed Collecting”; Aug 14 “Hostas and other shade Perennials”; Sept. 11 “Things in strange Places” using plants for garden art; Oct. 9 *6pm “Square Foot Gardening”, the art of growing a lot in 12” square. Nov. 13 *5pm AGM and potluck supper; topic “Christmas Decorating Ideas” PLEVNA PIONEER CLUB: midweek club program for boys and girls ages 3 through Grade 12, offering a wide range of activities. Thursday nights 6 to 7:30 pm, Sept. through June. Ages 3 to Grade 2 meet at the ClarMill Hall; Grades 3 to 8 meet at Clarendon Central Public School. Two-year leadership course available for high school students (community hours can be incorporated) Contact: Laurie Lemke, 613-479-2673 ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADET CORPS 640 CLOYNE. The Army Cadets provide teenagers with a chance to become self-confident, develop leadership skills, improve physical fitness and communication skills, and build self-discipline. The Cadets meet at North Addington Education Centre in Cloyne. Open to ages 12-19. No enrollment fee. Call 613-336-2885 for more information.
FITNESS & Sports ARDEN - Community hall: LINE DANCING Mondays 9:30-10:30am; FIT & FUN exercise class, Tuesdays 9-10am (Spring & Fall sessions), TAI CHI Wednesdays 9-10:30am. Sponsor: Rec. Committee; info Wanda 613-335-3186 CLOYNE - EXERCISE CLASSES Monday & Thurs, 6 pm, Barrie township hall; for more information please contact Terrilynn Storms at 478-4720 or Shelly Lough at 613478-6602 CENTRAL FRONTENAC SOCCER ASSOCIATION: Open to youth 3-18 years of age. July to September. Kids meet on soccer fields in Sharbot Lake. Registration: $30 per player. For more information contact Lynette Whan, 613-279-2366, bradlynwhan@ frontenac.net.
Recreation 19 CENTRAL FRONTENAC MINOR SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION: Open to players ages 4-25 years old. Registration fees range from $30 to $80 depending on the team level. Season runs from May to July. For more information please contact Randy Kempe, 613-279-1233 or email cfminorball@ hotmail.com BOLINGBROKE EXERCISE CLASSES FOR SENIORS, ABC Hall, Mondays 1011am. Info: Joyce 273-4832. stops end of May, resumes after Labour Day FLINTON – SOFTBALL, boys & girls ages 7 - 14, $5 per child, Rec. Centre, Regular games start May 5 at 7 p.m. For further information and to register call: Robert Wood – 336-8898 and or James Wood – 336-8114. Registration fee – $5 per child. NEEDED – Coaches and Umpires. Please Volunteer! Sponsored by Flinton Recreation Club. FRONTENAC GIRLS HOCKEY: Open to ages 10-18. Participants will travel to Napanee, Kingston, Tamworth, and Gananoque. Visit www.frontenacfury.ca FRONTENAC MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION: Open to ages 4 – 18. Registration fees and more information can be found at www.frontenachockey.ca KIDS FIT SOCCER, An indoor soccer program held twice a year in 3 locations: Land o’ Lakes Public School, Prince Charles in Verona or Harrowsmith Public School. There are fall and winter sessions, each 8 weeks, 1 hr for two age groups. 6-8 years, 9-12 years. Each session consists of drills for 20 minutes and a 40 minute scrimmage. Sign up in September 2013 or January 2014. LADIES GOLF LEAGUE at Hunters Creek in Cloyne. Starting Mid-May weather depending, and will play 12 holes this year, Wednesdays at 9am. All ladies are welcome to play regularly or occasionally. info - Hunters Creek at 613-336-2587 MIXED LEAGUE GOLF: Hunters Creek Golf Course in Cloyne, every Monday night at 3.30pm. We play 9 holes and go out for dinner afterwards. You can come every week or occasionally. All levels of golfers are welcome. Info - Hunters Creek at 613-336-2587. OMPAH EXERCISE GROUP, community centre, 9-10am weekdays except Wednesdays. All are welcome to come and use the equipment and work out at your own pace. $12 per month or $2 per visit. Info - Jane Young (479-2599) or Kathy Young (4792897).
TOWNSHIP OF NORTH FRONTENAC Waste Disposal / Recycling Sites / Transfer Station & Household Hazardous Waste Depot Hours
SUMMER HOURS WINTER HOURS Commencing May 15th Commencing Oct.1st
506 SITE: 3444 Road 506
Sun: 2 pm - 7 pm Mon: 1 pm - 6 pm Tue: 1 pm - 6 pm Wed: 9 am - 6 pm Fri: 2 pm - 6 pm Sat: 1 pm - 6 pm
Mon: 12 Noon - 4 pm Thu: 9 am - 1 pm Fri: 1 pm - 4 pm Sat: 12 Noon - 4 pm
* Holiday Monday: 12 Noon - 4 pm * Household Hazardous Waste: (Summer) 2nd & 4th Wednesday 1:30 pm - 6 pm, 1st Saturday of each month 1 pm - 6 pm CLOYNE SITE: 202 Skootamatta Lake Rd
Sun: 10 am - 6 pm Sun: 9 am - 4 pm Mon: 10 am - 5 pm Wed: 1 pm - 4 pm Wed: 9 am - 1 pm Fri: 9 am - 12 Noon Fri: 9 am - 1 pm Sat: 12 Noon - 5 pm
* Holiday Monday: (Summer) 10 am - 6 pm KASHWAKAMAK SITE: 1749 Kashwakamak Lk. Rd
Sun: 1 pm - 7 pm Thu: 1 pm - 6 pm
Sun: 12 Noon - 4 pm
* Holiday Monday: (Summer) 2 pm - 7 pm, (Winter) 12 Noon - 4 pm PLEVNA SITE: 6476 Buckshot Lake Rd
Sun: 10 am - 6 pm Sun: 10 am - 4 pm Wed: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Wed: 10 am - 4 pm Thu: 1 pm - 6 pm Fri: 10 am - 4 pm Fri: 10 am - 6 pm
* Household Hazardous Waste: (Summer) Wednesday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm MISSISSIPPI SITE: 1177 Shiner Rd
Tue: 10 am - 2 pm Sat: 10 am - 4 pm
Tue: 10 am - 2 pm Sat: 10 am - 2 pm
* Household Hazardous Waste: (Summer) Tues. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm OMPAH SITE: 10458 Road 509
Sun: 3 pm - 7 pm Wed: 10 am - 2 pm Fri: 2 pm - 4 pm
Sun: 12 pm - 4 pm
* Holiday Weekend: Open Monday instead of Sunday (Winter and Summer).
*All sites are CLOSED Christmas Day and New Years Day
20 Recreation SHARBOT LAKE - SUNDAY RUNS, 9a.m., leaving Oso beach in summer and Fit Plus in winter. Please call Rudy Hollywood, 613-279-2761 SHARBOT LAKE- TAOIST TAI CHI classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-noon, Oso Hall. Visitors are welcome to attend at any time. Beginner classes start three times a year. See our website for further information. Taoist.org or call John Pariselli 613-279-2662. SNOW ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE Exercise classes on Mondays 10-11am, Line Dancing Thursdays 7 -8:30 pm; info: Sheila Kittle, 613-278-1007
Weekly Tai Chi Classes in Sharbot Lake.
PARHAM - VON SMART Program (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together)® is a fun, moderate intensity exercise class designed for older adults. Classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30am from April 8 at Parham United Church Hall. You must be 55+ to participate. Classes are FREE but please register: Joanne 613-634-0130 ext. 414; 1-800-301-0076 ext. 414; joanne. email@example.com PLEVNA - FITNESS CLASS, Clar-Mill Hall, every Tuesday 6:30pm, $2; info: 613479-2447
SHARBOT LAKE - YOGA, all levels, Thursdays 5pm, April 4 – June 6, Medical Centre. Jill Dunkley, certified Yoga Instructor and Yoga Therapist. First class free, 613-2677148; firstname.lastname@example.org SHARBOT LAKE KARATE: Karate lessons run by Sensei Michelle and Sensei Niki Greenstreet, at #1013 Clement Road south of Sharbot Lake. $40/month for individuals, family of 2 $75/month, or a family of 3 $100/ month. Tuesday and Thursday 6-7pm Kids; 7-8pm Youth/Adult. For information contact Niki or Michelle Greenstreet, 613-279-2868; email@example.com
/PSUI 'SPOUFOBD 1BSL-BOET Eastern Ontario’s Backcountry Experience
Discover /PSUI breathtaking beauty, witness 'SPOUFOBD undisturbed nature, explore timeless terrain 1BSL-BOET Eastern Ontario’s Experience andBackcountry enjoy quiet solitude and tranquility. Hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, photography, astronomy, geology, environmental studies. If the goal of your group or organization is to enjoy environmentally friendly outdoor recreational activities, North Frontenac Park Lands is the ideal destination. Plan a multi-day visit or trip and camp along the way at one of our 184 campsites. Day use permits can be purchased through our online reservation system, click the Book Your Campsite button and select day use permits, or contact our Manager of Community Development with your questions.
GAMES BINGO • Flinton, Mondays, Rec Centre, doors open 6pm • Kaladar: Community Centre, Tuesdays, 7pm, doors open 6:15 pm • Northbrook: Thursdays, Lions Club, 7pm, doors open 6 pm, sponsor: Land O’Lakes Lions • Parham: Fridays, IOOF Hall, earlybird: 6:45 pm, sponsor: Mayflower Lodge. • Plevna – Bingo Fundraiser for Clar-Mill volunteer firefighters, 7-9pm, cash prizes, Clar-Mill hall, 2nd last Friday of month. BRIDGE - SNOW ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE on Fridays 2–4pm; information: Sheila 613-278-1007 EUCHRES • ARDEN community hall Tuesdays 6:30pm; Legion Thursdays 7:30pm. • FLINTON township hall, Thursdays 7:30pm, • MABERLY Hall, every 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 7pm, $3 • NORTHBROOK, Tuesdays 7pm, Lions Hall • PLEVNA, Mondays March-December, 7:30pm,ClarMill Hall, sponsored by Holy Trinity Anglican Church. • SHARBOT LAKE, noon, Anglican Church hall, $5 includes lunch, 3rd Friday of month • TAMWORTH Legion 2nd & 4th Sat 2pm
MUSEUM CLOYNE PIONEER MUSEUM and ARCHIVES – Hwy 41, (across from the post office). We are open daily 10 to 4 from late June to Labour Day or by special request, off season. We have 3300sq.ft. of archives, displays, books, photos, literature and family histories. Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. Website: www.mazinaw. on.ca/pioneerclub/ Crown Land Stewardship Program Phone: 613-479-2231 Ext. 233 Fax: 613-479-2352 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.northfrontenacparklands.ca
RAILWAY HERITAGE PARK AND CABOOSE Elizabeth Street, Sharbot Lake. Outdoor displays of railway equipment, photos, and information. Caboose open Saturdays in July and August 11am -3pm or by appointment. 613-279-2777
Recreation 21 OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Bear Master Baiter - Seasonal Bear Guiding. Brian Pratt, Sharbot Lake, 613-279-1257 BON ECHO PROVINCIAL PARK is Nature’s Hidden Gem along Hwy 41 just north of Cloyne. Under a canopy of majestic white pines is an enchanting world of sandy beaches, granite cliffs, aboriginal pictographs, boating adventures, campsites and scenic nature trails. Bon Echo Provincial Park, with its deep cultural heritage, attracts over 180,000 visitors to its unique treasures annually. Park info: 613-336-2228. Adults: $7, Child under 12: $4 + HST. Information: 613-336-9863. *Mugwump Ferry* Access the Cliff Top Trail for a panoramic view from the top of Mazinaw Rock. Adults: $4, Child under 12: $2. *Greystones Gift & Book Shop* every Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon - 2pm, July & August. *Bon Echo Art Exhibition & Sale: July 25, 26, 27: For information about daily and evening *Natural Heritage Education programs* for the whole family visit www. BonEchoFriends.ca 613-336-0830 EASTERN COWBOY HORSEBACK ADVENTURES. a 1000-acre working cattle ranch off the Wagarville Rd, Parham. Guided trail rides. www.easterncowboy.com. 613375-6467
The Friends of Bon Echo host a weekly Sunday BBQ at Bon Echo Provincial Park in north of Cloyne.
MEISEL WOODS CONSERVATION AREA This 130-acre property near the Village of Crow Lake surrounds a 60-acre, headwaters lake known as Beaver or Bass Lake and includes additional water frontage on Crow Lake. The property was generously donated to the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation by John Meisel in 2000. The Sandi Slater Memorial Walk is a central feature of this conservation area. The trail is a stunning, 5km walk. The trail was established by Joe Slater in memory of his wife Sandi. Meisel Woods Conservation Area is located at 1392 Anderson Road North. From Road #38 turn east onto Crow Lake Road. Turn onto
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Anderson Road for approximately .5 km then turn right again on Anderson; 1 km ahead on the right hand side is the trailhead. NORTH FRONTENAC DARK SKIES PRESERVE: North Frontenac is lucky to have some of the most southerly exceptional dark skies in Canada. The darkest region in the area, known as the ‘Dark Peninsula’, encompasses four counties, Frontenac, Lennox-Addington, Hastings and Renfrew. For millions of people in southern Canada and the north-east US, this is the best view of the night sky and the Milky Way that they will most likely experience. The Dark Sky Preserve
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Lonnie Watkins Tree Service Fully Insured Climbing, Danger Trees, Storm Damage, Stump Grinding Firewood, Log Benches & Picnic Tables For Sale! Ardoch ON 613-479-2447 Cell: 613-264-9553
22 Recreation is a public space with amenities, including parking, washroom, electrical service and the concrete pad, where anyone can set up their telescope and enjoy the dark skies, weather permitting. It is located at 5816 Road 506 (44.91791, -76.93947) just south of Plevna. Please check the North Frontenac Website www.northfrontenac.com for times for events and updates to activities throughout the year NORTH FRONTENAC PARK LANDS is a collection of 184 backcountry campsites nestled along the shores of 11 lakes atop the Madawaska Highlands and Mississippi Valley watershed. Carved from the Precambrian granite of the Canadian Shield, residing entirely on crown land, it remains one of the most pristine natural environments in the province. A trip to North Frontenac Park Lands is fun and educational. Why not make an overnight camping excursion or just a day canoeing or exploring. Kashwakamak, Big Gull and Crotch lakes are particularly youth group
friendly with easy road access (accommodating buses) and plenty of campsites. 1-800-2343953; www.northfrontenacparklands.ca OUTDOOR ICE RINKS: Arden: Wanda 613-335-3186, Mountain Grove: Cory Thompson, 613-335-3735; Tichborne: Bobby Teal, 375-6525; Plevna: Township Office, 479-2231 SHARBOT LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK Hwy. 7, west of Sharbot Lake. 613-335-2814 SHABOMEKA LEGPOWER PATHFINDERS A 65 km network of beautifully scenic paths for non-motorized use only (hiking, mountain biking), meandering through a wide variety of habitats in the forest heartland surrounding Shabomeka Lake just southeast of Bon Echo Provincial Park. Ski touring in the winter. Under the Occupiers’ Liability Act, path users are deemed to willingly assume the risks of injury. Motorise vehicles prohibited.
RECREATION COMMITTEES DENBIGH RECREATION COMMITTEE. Contact Janice Kerr, 613-333-2797 HINCHINBROOKE DISTR. 4 RECREATION COMMITTEE meets the first Tuesday of each month. the committee hosts an Easter Party, a Halloween Party and a Christmas event. For more information call Bob Teal at 613-375-6525. KENNEBEC RECREATION COMMITTEE. Contact Wanda at 613335-3186. Meetings third Monday of each month 7-8:30pm OLDEN RECREATION COMMITTEE. Contact Cory Thompson at 613-335-3735
Mazinaw Lakeside Resort
Papa Pete’s Pizzeria
North of 7
Bubba’s Take Out
Jossy’s Chill & Grill
Sharbot Lake Country Inn
Mill Street Café
Mill Street Pizzeria
Frontenac CFDC Services
The Frontenac CFDC is a not-for-profit organization funded by Industry Canada that offers free business advice, workshops and commercial financing to entrepreneurs and those looking to start a business in the Frontenacs. To find out more, call 613.372.1414 or visit www.frontenaccfdc.com With support from:
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Path Access Fee: None. Path Network Map: Free at the pathhead, or send a self addressed stamped envelope to Shabomeka LEGPOWER Pathfinders, RR #1, Cloyne ON K0H 1K0. The pathhead is 1067B Shawenegog Lake Lane, Parking areas are shown on the map.
OSO RECREATION COMMITTEE. Contact Dave Willis at 613-279-2844.
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES BOAT LAUNCHES – see map FRONTENAC COMMUNITY ARENA: Located at #4299 Arena Boundary Road in Godfrey, holds up to 390 people. Public skating times are Sundays at 1-2:20pm and Wednesdays 10-11am for seniors and preschool. There is an admission charge for skating. For information call Jim Stinson, 613-374-2177
23 some guest speakers. Potluck lunch, everyone welcome. Info: Wanda 613-335-3186 GOLDEN SUNSET CLUB meets 1st Monday of month, Northbrook Lions Hall, noon. Info: 336-2570. Join us for potluck
ASSOCIATION: Open to youth 3-18 years of age. Soccer season runs from July until September. Kids meet on soccer fields in Sharbot Lake. Registration: $30 per player (includes 8 weeks of play, and year end tournament and participation award). For more information contact Lynette Whan, 613-279-2366, firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAND O LAKES SENIORS meet 2nd Wednesday of each month, noon, Mountain Grove hall. Info: John Purdon, 613-3355434
CENTRAL FRONTENAC MINOR SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION: Open to players ages 4-23 years old. Registration fees range from $30 to $80 depending on the team level. Our season runs from May to July. For more information please contact Randy Kempe, 613-279-1233 or email email@example.com
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NORTH FRONTENAC GOLDEN FRIENDSHIP CLUB meets 1st Tuesday of month except Jan & Feb at 1:30pm between Plevna Clar-Mill Hall and Ompah Community centre. Everyone welcome
ASSOCIATION: Open to ages 4 – 18. Registration fees and more information can be found on our website www.frontenachockey. ca KIDS FIT SOCCER, This is an indoor soccer program held twice a year in 3 locations: Land o’ Lakes Public School, Prince Charles in Verona or Harrowsmith Public School. There are fall and winter sessions, each 8 weeks, 1 hr for two age groups. 6-8 years, 9-12 years. Each session consists of drills for 20 minutes and a 40 minute scrimmage. Sign up in September 2013 or January 2014.
LADIES GOLF LEAGUE at Hunters Creek in Cloyne will be starting Mid-May PARHAM HAPPY TRAVELLERS meet weather depending and will play 12 holes this Workshops Job Search Help– SOFTBALL, Employer Assistance CareeratCounseling every third Wed. at Free Methodist Church FLINTON boys & girls ages year, Wednesdays 9am. All ladies in the in Parham. Potluck, noon-2:30. All seniors 7 14, $5 per child, Rec. Centre, Regular community are encouraged and welcome to • Smart Serve • Résumé Assistance • Job Fairs • Second Career welcome games start May 5 at 7 p.m. For further play with us regularly or occasionally if that • Traffic Control • Coverinformation Letter Tips • Free Job Postings • Employment and to register call: Robert Wood is all you are available. For more information SHARBOT LAKE 39ERS meet 1st Tuesday – 336-8898 and or James Wood – 336-8114. please contact Hunters Creek at 613-336of the month April to November, downstairs • Customer Service • Self Assessment • Employer Training Training Registration fee – $5 per child. NEEDED 2587 at North Frontenac Telephone Co. Noon – Coaches and Umpires. Incentives Please Volunteer! • Harrington O’Shea& games. • Interview • Self-Employment potluck followed by meeting All MIXED LEAGUE GOLF: Looking to play Sponsored by Flinton Recreation Club. welcome, info: 613-279-2990; djfraser@ golf, have fun and meet friends? Hunters • Career Cruising Preparation • Applicant Screening Benefits new Program frontenac.net FRONTENAC GIRLS HOCKEY: Open to Creek Golf Course in Cloyne has a social golf • WHMIS • Job Board • Group Training league every • Labour ages 10-18. Participants will travel to Napanee, Monday Market night at 3.30pm. We Kingston, Tamworth, and Gananoque. Visit play 9 holes and go out for dinner afterwards. • Passport to Safety • On-line Applications Information SPORTS www.frontenacfury.ca You can come every week or occasionally. All levels of golfers are Job welcome. For more • Bill 168FRONTENAC SOCCER • Print/Scan/Fax • Summer Service CENTRAL FRONTENAC MINOR HOCKEY information please contact Hunters Creek at
• Working from Home • Tag Out-Lock Out
• Youth Employment Fund
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Casual Fine Dining - Daily Specials - Licenced
Hwy. 41 Just South Of Northbrook
BEST CORNED BEEF IN THE LAND O LAKES Pickerel, Steaks, Pork and Pasta, Quiche, Quesadillas, Burgers and Halibut. Sandwiches and Salads, Homemade Soups, Specials & Homemade Desserts FRIDAYS: Steak and Shrimp SATURDAYS: Prime rib SUNDAYS: Pickerel THEME WEEKENDS: July and August
OCTOBER TO MAY Wednesday, Thursday 11-7, Friday, Saturday, 8-8 Sunday 8-7, Closed Monday and Tuesdays.
MAY 14th, JUNE & SEPTEMBER Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11-7, Friday, Saturday, 8-8 Sunday 8-7, Closed Tuesdays.
JULY & AUGUST OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8-8 Serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner
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18 Holes Of Challenging Golf In A Gorgeous Country Setting Highlight Your Summer Golfing Through The Lovely Canadian Shield At Rivendell. Enjoy our restaurant during the golfing season. Call us for a tee time at 613 374 3404 or book online through our website at www.rivendellgolf.on.ca Join as a member and call Rivendell home. 7359 Rd. 38 Verona.