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Recurring Events - Upcoming Events

Haliburton County Farmers Market Is Back!
See schedule and locations below

Haliburton County Farmers Market: Offering local seasonal produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, preserves, prepared foods, hand-crafted artisan items and more.

Haliburton - Head Lake Park
Tuesday (May 22 - Oct 2)
12 - 4pm

Minden - Parking lot of the Municipal Buildings
Saturday (May 19 - Oct 6)
10 - 2pm

Stanhope Market - 1095 North Shore Road
Friday (June 22 - Aug 31)
12 - 4pm

Location:See above
Contact:705-306-0523
Website: haliburtoncountyfarmersmarket.wordpress.com
Email: incredibleHCFMA@gmail.com


Table Tennis
MONDAYS & THURSDAYS

Monday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Please bring clean indoor shoes. Cost is $3.00. Please contact Elisha Weiss at eweiss@mindenhills.ca for more information.

Location:S. G. Nesbitt Memorial Arena/Community Centre
Contact:705-286-1936 ext. 5
Website: www.mindenhills.ca/recreation
Email: eweiss@mindenhills.ca


Working Bee at Killara Station
Every Sunday

Preparing and planting for the growing session. Be a part of a Community in the Garden.. Learn to plant and harvest your own fresh food.

Location:5205 Gelert Rd, Minden Hills
Contact:(705) 854-0055
Website: www.killarastation.com/fresh
Email: info@killarastation.com


Minden Hills Artisan Market
Every Saturday

Saturdays from 10:00am-2:00pm.

Located downtown Minden behind the Township administration office (off Milne Street)
Cost is $10 to enter a booth.

Location:Downtown Minden
Contact:705-286-1936 x 203
Website: www.mindenhills.ca/community-events/
Email: eweiss@mindenhills.ca


Upcoming Events

Playing with Natural Solutions
July 12th to 19th, 2018


Presented in partnership with Karen Warner of Spirit of the Waterfalls, this five week program aims to give children aged six to twelve a better connection to our natural world, through outdoor games, crafts, songs and music.

$5.00 per child per week to cover supplies. To register, or for more details, please contact the museum.

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Location:Haliburton Highlands Museum
Contact:705-457-2760
Website: www.haliburtonhighlandsmuseum.com/index.php/event/playing-with-natural-solutions
Email: info@haliburtonhighlandsmuseum.com


Highlands Summer Theatre Presents 'Not Quite Sherlock'
July 12th (7:30pm) & 13th (2:00pm matinee), 2018


Chris Gibbs' one man show explores the mind of London's second most famous detective, Not Quite Sherlock of course is based in Victorian England, but Gibbs who wrote the show, makes it a contemporary romp as well. With wit, charm, timing, and almost no respect for the rules of theatre, Chris Gibbs creates a simple, hilarious theatrical experience unlike any other.

Location:Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion
Contact:705-457-9933
Website: www.highlandssummerfestival.on.ca
Email: melistep@gmail.com


Haliburton School of Art + Design performance - Katherine Wheatley (free)
July 12th, 2018


With wit, vibrant lyrics and a passion for performing, Katherine Wheatley has been captivating audiences everywhere she performs. According to the Toronto Star, she "turns pebbles of everyday life into dreamy mountains of song." It's an apt observation about this geologist-turned-songwriter. As she travels between shows on North America's highways, the landscape, as well as the characters she encounters on her travels, inspire her songs. She has an ability to take minor observations in life and find their soul. Warren Footz from SEE Magazine in Edmonton wrote "As a listener, it's hard not to sit back, close your eyes and watch the movie play. And man, can this serene red head ever play guitar."

Location: Haliburton School of Art + Design
Website: www.katherinewheatley.com
Email: info@katherinewheatley.com


Open Stage
July 14th, 2018


The Folk Society hosts an Open Stage at 8:00pm every second Saturday of the month at the Haliburton Highlands Museum, singers, story tellers, spoken word artists are welcome to perform.

Location:Haliburton Highlands Museum
Contact: 705-754-3655
Website: www.haliburtonfolk.com
Email: info@haliburtonfolk.com


Concert On The Lake & Annual Dock Sale
July 14th, 2018


A family-friendly event featuring great live music right at the water's edge of Salerno Lake. Come by boat, drop your anchor and enjoy! We don't believe there is anything like The Concert On The Lake, anywhere in Ontario. We are presenting professional musicians who must be paid (modest tho the sums are.) By buying tickets in advance through our website, you are helping to ensure the the Concert On The Lake will continue to happen every summer. Please make the 10$ commitment. Rain or shine, there will be a show! Please show your support.

Location:Salerno Lake
Website: www.sdlca.ca/teams/?u=SDLCA&s=htosports&p=custom&freeformID=24517


Intro to Mountain Biking
July 14th, 2018


Join us for a guided half-day mountain biking experience. Learn the ins and outs of maintaining your bike, riding techniques and how to have a fun and safe ride! Along with your guide, you will hit some of our scenic beginner and intermediate level trails to practice your new-found skills. Don't have your own bike? Don't worry, we have bikes and helmets available to rent.

Location:The Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve
Contact: 1-800-631-2198
Website: https://www.haliburtonforest.com/event/intro-to-mountain-biking/2018-07-14/
Email: info@haliburtonforest.com


Also in July


Backwoods Betty's Bushcraft Camp for Youth
July 13th, 2018

A small group of youth will have the opportunity to camp out and learn from the Deep Roots Adventure team. Activities will include camping, bushcraft, survival, navigation, fun and camaraderie! Girls and boy ages 12-16 are welcome to register for this overnight camp. If you have youth on either side of this age group, please contact us to inquire. All equipment and meals will be provided, with campers only needing to bring clothing and personal effects. Campers should arrive by 10 a.m. on Monday morning and can be picked up after 3:00 p.m. on Friday.

Cost is $850 + HST per camper per session. A $250 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking, with the balance due by May 30th, 2018. More detailed registration form will be sent upon receipt of deposit.

Location:Greenmantle Farm Wilderness School Outpost
Contact:(705) 448-9888
Website: squareup.com/store/deep-roots-adventure/item/full-day-wilderness-survival
Email: info@deeprootsadventure.com


Playing with Natural Solutions
July 12th & 19th, 2018

Presented in partnership with Karen Warner of Spirit of the Waterfalls, this five week program aims to give children aged six to twelve a better connection to our natural world, through outdoor games, crafts, songs and music. $5.00 per child per week to cover supplies. To register, or for more details, please contact the museum.

Location:Haliburton Highlands Museum
Contact:705-457-2760
Website: https://www.haliburtonhighlandsmuseum.com
Email: info@haliburtonhighlandsmuseum.com


Highlands Summer Theatre Presents 'Cliffhanger'
16th to 20th, 22nd 2pm matinee and 7:30pm, 23rd to 24th, 2018

The James Yaffe thriller, "Cliffhanger" will leave the audience trying to guess 'who dun it' and surprised by the twists and turns in the plot as a philosophy professor attempts to salvage his reputation and avoid being charged for the murder of a colleague. Decoratively iced with touches of humour the play has won awards and plaudits around the globe.

Location:Northern Lights Pavillion
Contact:705-457-9933
Website: www.highlandssummerfestival.on.ca
Email: tickets@highlandssummerfestival.on.ca


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