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for “the greater good.” I unfortunately didn’t agree with either of them, and made my views known. A wise man once A few of our readers called in said, “If they’re not to express their displeasure at my talking about you, editorial. I appreciate feedback, and you’re not doing your job.” Well, I I’m sorry you feel the need to throw guess I’m doing my job! our paper in the trash. I’d like to say One of the aspects of my job I love that I’m not always right and everyone the most is to be able to express my has the right to read The Kawartha views in this editorial section of the Promoter or not. paper. We are, first and foremost, a I try to be careful not to use newspaper. Our content is based on The Promoter is a local, independently owned and operated language that is offensive or go on information provided by organizations, newspaper. The opinions and views expressed are those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect those of the attack with organizations or our own research and community The Promoter. Liability for incorrectly displayed or placed advertisements is limited to publishing corrections or providing individuals whom I believe may be involvement. That is for the “news” advertising credit to be applied on subsequent advertisements in need of calling out. On the whole, content, providing our readers with at the advertiser’s discretion. I try to be a positive person, looking information they can use. All text, photos, graphics, artwork and other material published in The Kawartha Promoter or on its website are copyrighted for the good in people and situations. This column, Over the Back Fence, and may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed However, every once in a while, my is my outlet for my personal view on without permission. Publisher reserves the right to reject, revise, cancel, omit, frustration level reaches a point of no news or anything I want (within reason discontinue, decline to publish or suspend any advertisement for any reason in its sole discretion, without liability or penalty return, and I use my words to share my at my publisher’s discretion). to Publisher, and without notice to the Advertiser. views about a specific topic. In the words of Aristotle, “There The Publisher of The Kawartha Promoter has made every effort place of your home and family in to ensure Why that the information in this publicationthe was correctcomfort at Such was the case in our last is only one way to avoid critiism: do press time. The Publisher does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption edition, when I your discussed two nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.” our hands? We know that building trust doesn’t caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions individuals with whom I have issues. Bring it on! result from negligence, accident, or any other cause. come from offering Both bargain basement prices,who flashy are public, elected officials make bones about their positionsfrom promotions, or other funnoand games. It comes and decisions, which are said to be Publisher/Director/Manager: Max Miller Editor: Deb Crossen Advertising Sales Manager: Laura Williams Sales Representative: Carolyn Goff Art Director: James Goodliff Production/Office Manager Melissa Goodliff


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Thank You to Bobcaygeon

The Communities in Bloom judges toured our town July 10 to 12 and assessed us in 6 categories (heritage conservation; tidiness; environmental action and sustainability; landscape; urban forestry and trees; floral). To put it simply, the judges liked what they saw! Their most telling comments about our town however, weren’t about our flowers, landscape or trails, they were about our people. The judges were impressed with the way in which this town comes together to get things done! There are so many individuals and groups in Bobcaygeon who spend time to help better our community, accomplishing much along the way. Our Communities in Bloom effort has been about uniting these groups to encourage the community to work together for the benefit of our village. The COKL, businesses, residents, cottagers and visitors did just that, worked together, bolstered each other up. We saw neighbours helping each other, community BBQs were held, volunteers pitched in and helped where they were needed and groups shared their resources – so many showed up and donated their most precious commodity, their time. Looking around at what we have accomplished in two-and-a-half short months since entering the Communities in Bloom program, we can be so proud of our village of Bobcaygeon. Individually we had achieved a great deal but working together we have accomplished so much more. It was Harry Truman who said “It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.” And that is so evident here in Bobcaygeon. We will be notified in September how our town fared in the contest, but in our hearts we know that you didn’t do it for the recognition, you did it for the community and for this you are already a winner. Your Bobcaygeon Communities in Bloom Team

A Letter to Laurie Scott

We count on your government to make wise decisions. In The Promoter from Bobcaygeon, I have learned of 750 renewable energy contracts cancellations, including one in Buckhorn and one in Lakefield. How many good jobs are now lost because of those cancellations? I feel

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this action is absolutely backward and stupid, wasteful thinking as a method to reduce hydro rates. I believe the best possible method is to make Hydro using solar, wind and water, as close to the use of the energy. Consider the amount of energy lost in transporting that energy on the lines. For an example of good thinking, look at the new building on Lindsay Street in Lindsay. The solar panels on that new roof are awesome. They are clean-looking and part of the design and forward thinking. You are part of the team of wisdom running this province. You need to step up and gather your members and make choices that are reasonable, not backward. When the Hydro goes off, I realize how dependent we are on a good system and good people making good decisions to put the lights back on. I always say a “thank you” to Hydro One when lights come on and I can continue to live my life of abundance.  We, as a people, need to support wise renewable energy decisions. You are our voice. We need you to be a voice for good government. Never underestimate the power of one voice. Please, please, please make good decisions.  Mary Auld, Snug Harbour

Municipal Volunteers Matter

On July 20, I received, by email, a letter from City Clerk, Cathy Ritchie, terminating my tenure with the Municipal Heritage Committee, effective immediately. According to the email, this dismissal was based on a claim that I violated the Code of Conduct and/or Bylaw Protocols. The letter blindsided me, as I had good relations with all staff and committee members and, notwithstanding some ideological differences about heritage funding that were not part of committee business, I got along well with everyone. So, as I was in the dark, I attended City Hall on Monday and filed a request for access to the Clerk’s report under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. But I was told that, under the Municipal Act, a complaint originating in the office of the CAO and voted on in closed session of council will probably be ineligible for disclosure under FIPPA. In the City of Kawartha Lakes, then, a volunteer has no option to answer or defend themselves against accusations. This right to answer accusations is fundamental to civil society. Denying accused volunteers an opportunity to respond tramples around both the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The impact on the other members of the Heritage Committee has been demoralizing. I have been told that

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Editorial Response

I have always been impressed with your “Over the Back Fence” observations, but was surprised to see that in tthe July 26 edition you chose to paint Donald Trump and Doug Ford with the same brush. The Green Energy Act had to go. The Act that allowed the Ontario Government to over-ride its own laws, and that of the municipalities in order to push through approval for unneeded and inefficient wind and solar farms. That’s why we have wind farms on the Oak Ridges Moraine right here in CKL, even though the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Act forbade any commercial industrial development on this ecologically sensitive area. Even Kathleen Wynne admitted she had made a mistake, for which she apologized, but basically said that it was too late to cancel contracts that had already been signed. I am surprised to see from your comments that Doug Ford is cancelling hydro electric projects. Are you absolutely sure about that? I will be interested in seeing whether the projects in Buckhorn and Lakefield eventually go forward. Carl Sweetman, Lindsay


Legion News “At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.” For hall rentals or more information about ongoing activities, please call the individual Legion Branch. We welcome submissions to Next deadline: Wednesday, August 15

Branch 67 Lindsay (705) 324-2613 • Pub Fare Lunch – Tuesdays, Thursdays, noon to 2 pm • Full Dinners – Fridays, 11:30am to 1:30pm • Meat Roll – Saturdays, 2 pm • Live Entertainment – Saturdays, 7:30 to 11:30 pm, free • Sir Sam Seniors progressive euchre every Tuesday - 1pm • Big Buck Bid euchre 4th Wednesday of every month -11am

Branch 184 Woodville & District (705) 439-2397 • The Country Music Jam is back the third Sunday of each month from 1-4 pm. • Dances the last Saturday of each month - 8pm to 11pm featuring The Gary Peters Band. $10 per person – light lunch at 11pm.

Branch 238 Fenelon Falls (705) 887-3041 • Horse Shoes –Tuesdays - 6pm • Drop In Men’s Snooker – Wednesdays - 7pm • Tai Chi – Thursdays - 10am • English Pub Night - First Friday of each month - 5pm to 7pm • Meat Roll – Third Saturday of each month – 2:30pm • Drop-in Shuffleboard – Sundays – 1:30pm


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Municipal Bulletin Municipal Election 2018 Notice of Election Information Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (s. 40), Form KL16 The Municipal Election in the City of Kawartha Lakes will begin at 9am October 12, 2018 until 8pm October 22, 2018 for the following offices, and with the following certified candidates: Mayor - One position for the City of Kawartha Lakes Candidates: Gord James, Brian Junkin, Andy Letham, Peter Weygang Councillor Ward 1 – One position for the New Ward 1 Candidates: Raymonde Blais Couture, Don Logan, Rob Macklem, Emmett Yeo Councillor Ward 2 – One position for the New Ward 2 Candidates: Jim Greensides, Afe Helleman, Leslie Mieszkowski, Kathleen Seymour-Fagan, Stephen Slack, John Snider Councillor Ward 3 – One position for the New Ward 3 Candidates: Stephen Clarke, Doug Elmslie, Roger McInnis Councillor Ward 4 – One position for the New Ward 4 Candidates: George Davidson, Ian Nicolson, John Pollard, Andrew Veale Councillor Ward 5 – One position for the New Ward 5 Candidates: Derrick Camphorst, Pat Dunn, Duncan Gallacher, John Hagarty Councillor Ward 6 – One position for the New Ward 6 Candidates: Ron Ashmore, Jeffery Farquhar, Gerard Jilesen, Mary Ann Martin, Emily Nigro, Al Robb, Pat Warren Councillor Ward 7 – One position for the New Ward 7 Candidates: Charles Clarke, Patrick J. O’Reilly Councillor Ward 8 – One position for the New Ward 8 Candidates: Wayne Hunt, Jack Morrison, Michelle Murphy-Ward, Tracy Richardson, Heather Stauble, David Watson English Public School Board Trustee - Wards 1 and 4 (Trillium Lakelands District School Board) – One position for both New Wards 1 and 4 Candidates: Don Alton, Frank Arnold 6

August 9, 2018 - The Kawartha Promoter (705) 324-9411 (888) 822-2225 French Public School Board Trustee (le Conseil scolaire Viamonde) One position to represent all of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland, Peterborough and Durham Candidates: Sylvie Landry, Anna-Karyna Ruszkowski French Separate School Board Trustee (Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir) One position to represent all of Kawartha Lakes, Durham, Northumberland, Peterborough, and Quinte West Candidates: Marcellin Kwilu Mondo, Andre Linsky, Balondo Nkongolo

Acclamations (No election to be held) The following certified candidates have been elected by acclamation for their respective office: • John Byrne (English Public School Board Trustee - Wards 2 and 3) • David Morrison (English Public School Board Trustee - Ward 5) • Judy Saunders (English Public School Board Trustee - Wards 6 and 8) • Colleen Wilcox (English Public School Board Trustee - Ward 7) • Michelle Griepsma (English Separate School Board Trustee – All Wards) Ward Boundaries Ward Boundaries for the 2018 Municipal Election are changing from the existing 16 ward structure. The election will use the new 8 ward map adopted by Council to elect 8 Ward Councillors. To find out what new ward your live in, visit Voters’ List During the month of August, you can verify online if you are on the Voters’ List by visiting voterslist. Physical paper copies of the list will be available for viewing at City Hall and Municipal Service Centres after September 4th.

Internet – Telephone Voting You have two ways to vote in this election: By Internet, or by Telephone. You should receive a Voting PIN Letter in the mail by October 9th to enable you to cast your vote by Internet, or by Telephone in the 2018 City of Kawartha Lakes Municipal Election. Keep the Voting PIN Letter in a safe place until the Voting Period begins. The Voting PIN Letter contains your Elector ID Number, a Personal Identification Number (PIN), and instructions on how to vote by Internet or by Telephone. Electors are encouraged to vote from the comfort of their home during the 10 day Voting Period. There will be no paper ballots or traditional polling stations. Voter Assistance Limited voter assistance will be available during the voting period for electors that either do not have access to the Internet, or a touch-tone phone. Touch-Screen kiosks will be available during normal business/branch hours during the voting period at the following City Buildings: City Hall (8:30am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday) 26 Francis Street, Lindsay Municipal Service Centres (8:30am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday) 123 East St. South, Bobcaygeon 9 Grandy Road, Coboconk 180 Kent Street West, Lindsay 1 King Street West, Omemee Designated Libraries (operating hours vary) 1474 Highway 7A, Bethany 13 Rumohr Dr., Sebright (Dalton) 19 Market Street, Fenelon Falls 3980 KL Road 121, Kinmount 7 Munroe Street, Kirkfield 190 Kent Street West, Lindsay 78 King Street, Woodville

Extended Office Hours City Hall will be open on Saturday, October 13, and Saturday, October 20 from 9am to 1pm. City Hall and all Municipal Service Centres will be open for voter assistance from 8:30am to 8pm on Election Day, Monday, October 22, 2018. Libraries will not have extended branch hours. Didn’t Receive a Voting PIN Letter by October 9? Starting October 9, 2018, if you have not received a Voting PIN Letter, you will be able to obtain one at City Hall or Municipal Service Centres during regular business hours. Libraries will not be able to reproduce Voting PIN Letters. Please bring permitted ID to identify who you are, and where you reside. Note: In the case where an elector receives more than one Voting PIN Letter, it is against the law to vote more than once for any elected office within the same municipality or school board jurisdiction. Accessibility Information can be made available in large print by calling the Election Office. Voting places (with reduced voting hours) will also be open at institutions or retirement homes pursuant to Section 45(7) of the Municipal Election Act, 1996, but only for residents of the institution or retirement home. Visit for Voter Information on the upcoming Municipal Election or visit City Hall or any Municipal Service Centre. Dated this 9th day of August, 2018. Cathie Ritchie City Clerk and Returning Officer City of Kawartha Lakes Municipal Election Office 26 Francis Street Lindsay, ON K9V 5R8 (705) 324-9411 Ext. 1888 or 1295 1-888-822-2225 Ext. 1888 or 1295

You may also assist friends and family who do not have access to Internet or touch-tone phones; however, you must ensure the secrecy of the ballot. Voting proxies do not apply for this election. WIFI and public access computers may be available at other Library locations.

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By April Scott

With July behind us, it is time to think about the upcoming concert with the Reunion Choir in September. Two practices will be held in August and then we let our Director take a well-earned holiday before the next two practices in September. Bob has also ordered the Christmas music for us to start learning in September. By the time you read this we will have had our annual summer potluck party. It’s a chance for everyone to catch up on the latest news. Some will be on vacation but we will be thinking of them. We will be looking out for new members -- aren’t we always? If you like to sing, particularly Christmas music, please come out and join us at the Retirement Suites on a Tuesday night at 7pm in September. We would love to see you. This group not only enjoys singing but is also very friendly -- in fact we are just one big happy family! Short and sweet this week. There will be lots more news to come after the summer break.




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The St. James Anglican Church Women’s Group has taken on a terrific project to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer. They’re holding a contest for the “Best Decorated Bra”, open now and running until September 4. The idea is simple. First, pick up a registration form at Watson’s Village Shop on Colborne Street or St. James Anglican Church on Bond Street in Fenelon Falls. Pay your $10 registration fee, complete the form and make one of your old bras look even prettier. Add fabric, feathers, flowers or however you want to jazz it up. Then drop it off at the church before September 4. On September 6 at 11am, there will be a Fall Fashion Show and Lunch at St. James Anglican Church in Fenelon Falls. The bras will be the decorations, displayed around the church hall. The bra entries are anonymous, identified only by a number. The guests at the Fashion Show will vote for first, second and third place, with cash prizes. The hall will be decorated in a pink theme with pink tablecloths and napkins. There will also be brochures from the Cancer Society. The $10 registration fee for the bra entry goes to Breast Cancer Research. The proceeds from the $15 tickets for the Fashion Show and Lunch will benefit the St. James Anglican Church Women’s Group. While some of the entrants choose to keep their bras, Arlene Godby, the Community Fundraising Specialist at the Canadian Cancer Society has suggested that after the event, the bras can be sent to

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“Bras Around the Building,” sponsored by Energy 99.7 and Country 105. The stations donate $1 per bra to the Cancer Society from this event, held in late September or October.


The Victoria County Historical Society is delighted to announce the return of Jennifer, an internationally renowned Medium from Port Perry to the Olde Gaol Museum. Jennifer will facilitate three one-hour group readings in the museum’s community room on Sunday, August 19 at 11am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm. Each group will be limited to 25 guests. Tickets are $30 each (cash only, please) and must be purchased at the Museum office before the event. The Olde Gaol Museum is open Wednesday to Friday from 10am to 4pm and Sat and Sun from noon to 4pm. You may also contact staff at 705-324-3404 or

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Great art means different things to different people, and at the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival there is something for everyone. For more than 40 years, this world-class show and sale features works from more than 80 Canadian visual artists, sculptors, jewelers and photographers. The 2018 Buckhorn Fine Art Festival kicks off with an Opening Night celebration on Friday, August 17 from 7pm to 9:30pm. It’s an opportunity to connect with the artists, browse through the 11 outdoor galleries and take advantage of the beautiful parklike setting of the Buckhorn Community Centre. Opening night also features the musical stylings of Bridget Foley and the Pocket Kings. Catering is provided by Swanky Events and Executive Chef Doris Hiller. At this special opening night event, there will also be two opportunities for guests to enter a draw for

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one of two pieces of art. For $75, guests can purchase a numbered ticket to enter a draw for a “Mystery Masterpiece” from a 2018 Art Festival exhibitor. If your ticket is drawn on Opening Night, you get to choose one from the number of pieces of artwork available. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold. As another opening night perk, Michael Dumas, one of the original artists who helped launch the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival 41 years ago, has donated a piece for a second Opening Night prize draw. The original graphite study, “Looking Out”, has a value of $1,000 and is the featured painting in this year’s Special Exhibit, “The Lives of Birds”. Opening night ticket holders are automatically entered into this draw and additional tickets are available for $75 each. Winners of the draws must be onsite at the time of the draw to claim their prizes. The Festival continues on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19, from 10am to 5pm each day. Admission is $20 (in advance) for opening night, which includes parking. Single day passes are available for $8. You can find out more information at www.



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Part of the vision of the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival has always been to encourage the development of creativity in the visual arts, as well as recognize and support artistic talent. For many years, the Festival has held an Art Competition and entries are displayed throughout the Festival weekend. Entries come in from teenage artists (ages 13 to 19), from individuals developing their art skills and in a new medium (2 years or less) and from individuals who identify themselves as hobby or professional. Showcasing their individual creative style, design and techniques, a panel of judges awards prizes in the Teenage Class, Novice Class and Hobby Artist Class. In addition, there are awards in four categories in the Open Class, depending on the medium.

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There is also a People’s Choice Award from all categories, voted on by the guests at the show. While you’re at the Festival, make sure you stop in the Art Competition area and see the incredible works from the talented artists.


The concept behind the annual ARTivity Zone at the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival is to nurture artistic creativity for children and adults. There are a variety of interactive art activities, where they can freely explore, experience and use their imagination, while drawing inspiration from nature. Self-directed activities are expressed by “studios” for painting, drawing, collage, manipulatives, and a light exploration cave. The “A-Zone” also provides a cool resting area and a location for drying work and display. Months of planning and hours of hard work go into making the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival the success that it is. The ARTivity Zone is successful thanks to the dedication of the volunteers that embrace the concept and work in the area throughout the BFAF weekend. ARTivity Zone sponsors are Crayola Canada and Gerri’s Art and Craft Supplies. The Ontario Early Years Centre in Lindsay was also a large contributor of equipment used at the ARTivity Zone. Be sure to stop in while you’re at the Festival.


Every year, the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival features a special exhibit. This year the focus is on “Lives of Birds.” Art Festival alumni artists have contributed to the special exhibit which will be displayed for the duration of the Festival. Included in the exhibit is a piece entitled, “Looking Out” by Michael Dumas.



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This beautiful work is also featured on the cover of the official program of the Festival. As well, the piece will be the prize on a special draw on Opening Night. If you know anyone who is passionate about birds, let them know this is a unique opportunity to view and purchase original bird-oriented artwork.

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As commercial and residential growth continues to explode, our wildlife is being pushed aside into smaller and smaller spaces. Sadly, a large number of wild birds, mammals & reptiles regularly fall victim to road accidents, human cruelty and lack of suitable habitat and food. As the need for rescue of these orphaned and injured animals has increased, enter Shades of Hope. Shades of Hope is licensed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Canadian Wildlife Services, serving areas throughout south central Ontario. Located in Pefferlaw, their mission is to nurture, treat and rehabilitate injured and orphaned native wildlife with the goal of releasing healthy animals back into their natural habitats. They have made the commitment to provide veterinary care, proper nourishment and a safe place until the animals can be released. They take animals from all over Ontario. Recently they were able to rehab an injured opossum that two boys in Lindsay were playing with. The organization receives up to 100 phone calls a day from the community who need help to help a variety of wildlife, from birds to fox. As a registered charitable organization, Shades of Hope depends on donations to continue their good work, and volunteers to help take care of the animals. If you’d like to support them in any way, you can find more information on their website. You can also visit their website for tips on what to do in case of a wildlife animal emergency. Visit www.

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The Bobcaygeon Legacy C.H.E.S.T. (Community Hydro-Electric Systems Transfers) Fund provides financial assistance to non-profit, community based organizations that provide programs, projects, services, or activities that enhance the quality of life for Bobcaygeon residents in the areas of health, arts, culture, leisure, heritage, education and the environment. Application submission deadlines are the last Friday in October annually, no later than 4:30 p.m. This years’ applications must be submitted to the Bobcaygeon Service Centre no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 26th, 2018. Full application guidelines are available online at: municipal-services/grants-and-funding.aspx, or can be picked up at the Bobcaygeon Service Centre during business hours Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Interested parties are invited to attend an application information session at the Bobcaygeon Service Centre on Thursday September 6th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

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We went to a few industry sources to find out what’s important when tasting beer. At the end of the day, it all comes down to what you like in taste, but if you’re looking to try something new at the Bobcaygeon Craft Beer & Food Festival on August 18, here are some handy tips.


When the beer is poured into the glass, take note of the colour of it. Don’t be fooled by how dark it is. It’s possible to have a dark-coloured beer that tastes and feels light or a light coloured beer that has rich and complex flavours. The colour of the beer is directly related to its malt content, which will affect the taste of the beer, not its alcoholic content.


The aroma of craft beer comes mainly from the hops, malt and yeast strain. Many of today’s craft beers feature fruity and floral scents that add to the initial reaction to the product. So before you take a sip, put your nose to the beer. BEER AND CIDER.

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Mouthfeel & Taste

Now it’s time to taste the brew, but only take a sip and let it linger on your tongue. That will give you an indication of the “weight” of the beer, acidity, smoky or fruity flavour. Once you swallow it, how long does the taste remain in your mouth? Is it bitter or sweet? Can you still taste it on the back of your throat after it’s gone? No matter how you taste your beer or what your individual taste is, you’ll have the chance to sample from 10 craft breweries, two cideries and a winery. Take your time experiencing the different brands and take advantage of the staff who can help you find your perfect beverage. The Bobcaygeon Craft Beer & Food Festival runs Saturday, August 18 from 12noon to 7pm at Kawartha Settlers’ Village in Bobcaygeon. For more, visit

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NOVICE LAWNBOWLERS OFF TO PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP: The Bobcaygeon Lawn Bowling Club is pleased that Bobcaygeon will be represented in the Ontario Novice Championships. After qualifying in the District 14 Playdowns, this team will be going to Sarnia to compete in the Provincial Playdowns on August 11th and 12th. The term “Novice” means those who have bowled for under 5 years. The team consists of Ray Hull (skip), Leo Kelly (Vice) and Larry Holden (lead). We wish the team all the best in their endeavours. Submitted by Don McBain (for BLBC president Marilyn McBain).


By Linda Friend

The Bobcaygeon and District Horticultural Society thanks the many individuals and businesses who contributed to our very successful Heritage Garden Tour. The 350 attendees were certainly treated to a busy day which included admission to Kawartha Settlers’ Village and the Boyd Heritage Museum. Each year local businesses support our tour in myriad ways. They kindly sell our tickets, donate door prizes, sponsor ads, offer lunch discounts to tour participants and provide food for the dessert tea. Displays provided by Kathy Martin (herbs), Aron Muscott (heritage plants), Sandi McNeil (basketry) and Sherry Summerside (beekeeping) continued our heritage theme. The music of John Max & His One Man Band created the perfectly relaxed atmosphere of tea time at Settlers’ Village. The Minden Master Gardeners each year offer expert advice to our visitors. However, it is the gardens that draw folks from both neighbouring and distant communities. Though diverse in style, the 2018 gardens share common elements: beautiful plants and creative flair. Our sincere gratitude to these gracious garden owners: Julie and Glenn Williams, Charles Pitcher, Linda Wesselink, Diane Tremblay and John Max, Ruth and Brian Eberts, Judy Pinkerton and Cam Butler. Proceeds generated by the garden tour are entirely devoted to beautification of the village and to promotion of horticultural activities. The next event of our calendar is the 54th Annual Flower/Vegetable Show and Tea on Wednesday, August 8. Please join us between 1pm and 4pm to view the displays and to enjoy a relaxing summer treat. For more information, please visit www.


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On August 11 and 12, it’s time for the annual Sidewalk Sale in Fenelon Falls. Take advantage of the sales at participating shops. Weather permitting, they’ll have their stock outside for you to browse in the sunshine. In addition to the great sales, pick up ballots at participating stores to enter into a draw for a chance to win a $250 shopping spree in Fenelon Falls.

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Exercise, eat well, and get a good night’s sleep. That’s great advice we hear over and over again. All three are vital to physical health and well-being, but proper rest, on a regular basis isn’t just a good idea, it is essential. Here is what better sleep can mean to you: 1 Sleep can improve your memory: When you’re really tired it can be hard to remember things. This is your brain telling you that it’s not getting enough down time. When you sleep well, your brain gets busy sorting and storing your memories, creating pathways to help you access them later. Getting more quality sleep will help you access those memories and process things better. 2 Sleep can improve your mood: Lack of sleep can make us more agitated, so we’re more likely to snap at a neighbour or be grumpy with a loved one, neither of which is a good thing. The better you sleep the better your ability to stay calm, cool and controlled. 3 Sleep helps keep your heart healthy: A regular sleep schedule can help to lower the levels of stress and inflammation to your cardiovascular system, which in turn can reduce your chances of a stroke or heart condition. 4 Sleep can be a painkiller: If you’re suffering pain from a recent injury like a sprained wrist or ankle, getting plenty of sleep can actually make you hurt less. Many

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Following Health Canada’s most recent communication regarding a shortage of EpiPen (0.3 mg) and EpiPen Jr (0.15 mg) auto-injectors, Pfizer Canada has advised Health Canada that supply of EpiPen in the 0.3 mg format is expected to be very limited at pharmacies during the month of August. This means that while some pharmacies may currently have some inventory on-hand, it will likely be depleted in the coming days or weeks. Pfizer Canada does not expect to be able to provide new supply until the end of August. The company has also advised that, at this time, they continue to be able to supply EpiPen Jr (0.15 mg); however, the supply is limited and is being carefully managed at the national level. EpiPen and EpiPen Jr are used to deliver an emergency treatment of adrenaline (epinephrine) to patients who are at risk or have a history of life-threatening allergic reactions (anaphylaxis). There are currently no alternative auto-injectors available on the market in Canada.

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On Saturday, August 11, people will join Mark Fevang in his 15th Annual Walk to raise money and awareness for homelessness. Over the past 14 years, Mark has raised more than $97,000 for A Place Called Home that provides shelter and 24/7 support services to the homeless and those at risk of being homeless. There’s a 5K walk and a 10K walk that are open to anyone with $25 in pledges or a $30 registration fee for others. Registration is at 8am at Victoria Park/Lindsay Farmers’ Market for the 10K Walk or at 10am at 363 Kent Street West (the A&W parking lot) for the 5K walk. Help Mark reach his goal of $15,000. Pick up a registration form and pledge sheet from a Place Called Home at 64 Lindsay Street South or print your own from the website A Place Called Home is a charitable, non-profit organization that operates a 19-bed shelter for youth, adults, couples and families who have found themselves with no safe place to go at the end of their day.

this summer: • Boost your creativity: One of the biggest perks of vacation time is the break in routine. By changing things up during your time off, you expose your brain to new experiences and allow for your creativity to flow freely. Even a “staycation” can be as beneficial as a trip away. • Improve your overall mental health: Time off from work provides an opportunity to focus on areas of your life that you may neglect when you’re hard at work. This means you’ll have more time for selfcare, more time to spend with loved ones and more time to enjoy your favourite activities. • Reduce stress and re-energize: If you’ve ever returned from a vacation excited to come home, you’ll understand why taking time away from work is so important. Remember to disconnect from your office – don’t look at your emails, work texts or phonecalls.


As the summer enters into its final months, it’s important to talk about the positive impact that taking a vacation can have on your mental health. The Canadian Mental Health Association says that Canadians spend about a third of their lives in the workplace. Even though it might seem productive to keep your nose to the grindstone, when people fail to disconnect, their job performance can actually decrease. Plus, without work-life balance, our minds and our bodies are at risk. Here are three reasons you should take a break

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As hearing-instrument manufacturers continue to make technical advancements that lead to ever smaller and “smarter” products, consumers find they have more reasons to purchase a hearing device. Foremost among the features that hearing-impaired consumers find most desirable are “multiple program settings,” each of which can be programmed for a different listening environment. This feature enables wearers of programmable instruments to transition easily from quiet environments such as libraries to noisy restaurants and even larger venues such as soccer fields and football stadiums. These different settings can be selected with the push of a button on the instrument itself, on a remote control, or via an app on a cell phone. This flexibility vastly improves listening ability and comfort. Although you might suspect that you need help with your hearing, you may not be aware of the different hearing instruments and other hearing enhancement devices that are available today. It takes the knowledge, experience, and dedication of a certified audiologist to accurately assess an individual’s hearing loss and then match and customfit that individual with the most appropriate hearing aid. We care about your hearing abilities at LINDSAY EAR CLINIC, and we’ll do all we can to bring the sounds of life back to you. P.S. One feature that is very popular among those purchasing hearing instruments is a “telecoil,” which wirelessly picks up a magnetic signal from a telephone or public address system.

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ORIGINAL MAN WITH TRUCK 15 yrs experience Lowest prices. Grass cutting, Painting, Garbage removal, property maintenance, long or short distance moves. No job too small! Bruce 705-738-6321 ____________________ GOPHER CONSTRUCTION SERVICES Dump runs Eavestrough cleaning Moving assistance Private security Monica Stanley 705-738-6364 ____________________ Gold & Silver Buyers James Gold & Silver Buyers “The People You Can Trust” Professional, Respectful, Confidential Buying: Coins, Sterling silver tableware, gold jewellery, gold watches, coin collections, old Canadian Paper money, and Militaria. Estates are welcome. Peterborough Square Mall 360 George St N. Peterborough (705) 874 3800 We are local and support your community. ____________________ NATHAN’S HANDYMAN SERVICES Carpentry, flooring, drywall, painting, eavestrough, clearing, dump runs, demolition and snow removal off roofs. 705-731-9373

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WANTED: POP CULTURE ITEMS Vinyl records (rock, jazz, blues), rock memorabilia, pre-1990 comic books, toys, vintage costume jewelry, sterling & gold jewelry. All types of retro / mid-century items. House calls made at your convenience. Robert or Penny 705-324-2699 ____________________ WANTED Canada & USA coins Coin collections Silver dollar coins 1967 and earlier Silver & gold jewellery broken or not Sterling items eg. Birks Sterling flatware Jurgen 705-340-1504


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Local Events This section is only for Local Charitable Events as space permits. We do provide Not-for-profit rates for more in-depth advertising. Adult Day Programs - Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls , Little Britain, Lindsay & Omemee. Community Care - Call 705-324-7323 AUG 11 - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Mini Bucks Bid Euchre, 6:30 pm., $5 Info: call Carol at 705-793-1096 AUG 12 - St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Bolsover Anniversary Sunday featuring the music of Freedom Bound. 10 a.m. Call 705-426-9382 for more info. AUG 15 - Bolsover Community Centre Annual Fun Day, 2pm. Members $3, non members $5. Info:705-426-9053 AUG 18 - Kirkfield Historical Museum Loonie Auction & Ham Dinner, Kirkfield Lion’s Hall. Supper 6 pm, cash bar 5pm. Adults $16, children under 12 $8 Advanced tickets at Ben’s Pharmacy Kirkfield or by calling 705438-5454. AUG 18 & 19 - 17th annual Antique Show, Curling Club/ Fairgrounds, Bobcaygeon, 9am. Info: Boyd Museum 705-738-9482 or AUG 21 & 25 - Friends of the Lindsay Library book sale. AUG 23 - Blood Donor Clinic Victoria Park Armoury, Lindsay 1:30-7:30pm AUG 30 - Bus to Casino Rama leaves Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre at 8:30am, returns at 4:30pm, $5. Info call April at 705-731-0323 3rd SUN - Ladies auxiliary for Kinmount RCL BR.441 breakfast 8am -noon. MON - Bobcaygeon Senior Centre Mahjong 1 p.m. $3 MON - Euchre, Bolsover Community Centre,1:15p.m. $2 For more info call Lorraine 705-426-9053. MON - Bid Euchre, Carden Recreation Centre, 1 p.m. 705-484-5712 2nd MON - Lindsay Creative Quilters’ Guild Meetings 35 Lindsay Street N, Lindsay 1–3:30pm 1st TUES - Dunsford Seniors Club Pot Luck, noon; 1:30 pm for Euchre. 1st TUES- Free clinics are now at the Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. No appointments are needed. TUES - Amateur photography club that meets alternate Tuesdays, 10 am, Bobcaygeon Library. $2 each for the use of the room. TUES - Omemee Legion Doubles darts @ 8pm. TUES - Bobcaygeon Pickelball at Bobcaygeon Curling Club 7-9 pm Drop-in fee $3 TUES - Bobcaygeon Cruisers, Beach Park, Bobcaygeon. 6 pm - dusk. Classic Cars, sports cars, trucks & other interesting vehicles welcome. If you don’t have a car come, talk & look. Info: 705 738 5319 TUES - Coffee Talk. 10:30 a.m. Fellowship Room, Trinity United Church, Bobcaygeon . All welcome.


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TUES - Queer Youth Kawartha Lakes Group, for queer youth in Kawartha Lakes meets every Tuesday (unless otherwise indicated). For more info, call the Health Unit at 1-866-888-4577, ext. 2228, or text (705) 878-2723. TUES - Darts, Bolsover Community Centre,1:30p.m. $2 For more info call Lorraine 705-426-9053. 2nd TUES - The Kawartha Settlers’ Village Quilters meet at Trinity Church, Bobcaygeon. New members & guests welcomed. Contact: 3rd TUES - Free clinics are now at the Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre, 10 a.m. - noon. No appointments are needed. Last TUES - Victoria Haliburton Amatuer Radio Association, monthly meeting, Police Department Building, Community Services Room, Lindsay., 7:30 pm. Call 705-879-4159 for any further info. 1st WED - Crime Fiction Book Club in the Carnegie Room, Lindsay Library to discuss works by certain authors. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm. Call the Library for more info. 1st WED - Lindsay Bassmasters 7:30pm, Christian Fellowship Church. 59 Mary St. W., Lindsay. WED- Scrapbooking and paper crafters meet from 9:30noon at the Salvation army church in Fenelon Falls. Beginners welcome, call church for details. WED - Bobcaygeon Senior Centre Carpet Bowling $3 7 p.m. Contact: Al 705-738-1749 WED - Dunsford Seniors Club 1pm for Bid-Euchre. WED - Darts, Bolsover Community Centre, 1:30 p.m. WED - Carden Carvers, Carden Recreation Centre, 7p.m. 705-833-2046 THURS-TOPS-Take off pounds sensibly at the Bobcaygeon Legion 6:30 p.m. All welcome. THURS - Omemee Legion mixed darts @ 8pm. THURS - Bobcaygeon Seniors Centre Cribbage 1pm $3 THURS - Bobcaygeon Pickelball at Bobcaygeon Curling THURS - Bridge & Cribbage Bolsover Community Centre, 1p.m. $2 weekly per event. THURS - Remote Controlled Aircraft Club, Carden Recreation Centre, 7p.m. 705-833-2046 THURS FRI - TOPS 8: 30am at the Kirkfield Lions Hall. $44 per year and $10 monthly dues call Joy 705-426-2613. SAT- Food Addicts in Recovery fellowship program, Omemee Baptist Church, 10:30am - noon. Info: Noeleen 705-738-7237 2nd SAT - Bobcaygeon Seniors’ Centre Mini Bucks Bid Euchre 7pm. $5 For info call Carol 705-793-1096

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August 9 to August 22

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Aquarius (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) “Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at anytime and be yourself.”: Hermann Hesse. What a lovely thought, Aquarius – to know that we can find ourselves and enjoy ourselves away from the rush of everyday life! Pisces (Feb. 20 to March 20) Decide what matters – and what doesn’t – Pisces. That’s your job during this phase. Is it having the best car on the block, or the biggest house, or is it something more? You get to decide!   Aries (March 21 to April 20) Do your best and appreciate it, Aries. Don’t worry about others and what they think. You know of what you are capable, and when you succeed at ‘your best’, be proud of yourself!   Taurus (April 21 to May 21) Seek out the people and places that lift up your soul, dear Taurus. Forget about the toxic people, and don’t go to the places that bring bad memories. You know the difference between who and what is good for you and what is not, so follow through! Check out our 2nd location at Wilson Fields Thursday 11 am to 5:30 pm. St. Joseph Road Fresh veggies of various kinds, baking, maple syrup, honey, plants, preserves, soaps, lotions, smoked meats, frozen meats, hot coffee, crafts.

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Gemini (May 22 to June 22) Family is everything! Yes, Gemini, sometimes it may seem that family members are not our best friends, but more likely that not, they are the ones who will be there for you in tough times. Remember and cherish them. Cancer (June 23 to July 23) We’re suggesting that you “cultivate simplicity” during the next few weeks, Cancer, as you may get bogged down with too many material things and too many options. Give your head a good shake, and  let only the important things stay there.   Leo (July 24 to Aug. 23) Travel plans, Leo? Back to school plans? The world is a big place, and it’s waiting for you to discover its mysteries and joys. Don’t wait too long to carry out all those big plans!   Virgo (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) Beware false promises in the days ahead, Virgo. There are people in your life who may say one thing, then turn around and do the opposite. This is not good. Avoid them whenever possible.   Libra (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) You’ve no doubt heard that laughter is the best medicine, Libra. We agree! There may be some small bumps in the road over the next while, but nothing that a good dose of laughter won’t assuage. So, find out what makes you laugh – and let’s hear a good belly-roar!   Scorpio (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) Adaptability is an important characteristic, and one that most Scorpions have in abundance. Always make sure that Plan B is well-rehearsed and ready to go when needed!   Sagittarius (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) ‘Better late than never’ may be a cliché, dear Sag, but clichés are usually correct! Don’t assume that it is too late to follow your dreams, or tell a certain person how much they mean to you. If you are still ruminating about something  – then do it!   Capricorn (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Equilibrium is integral to every part of life. Like a rowboat that will tip when both oars are not even; like a bird that will cascade downward if both wings don’t align – so must everything you do be balanced and steady.

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