This Weekend!
Lochlin United Church's Spring Maplefest Pancake/Sausage/ Brunch and Bake Sale
SATURDAY
April 21st
 
Lochlin United Church is having their Spring Maplefest Pancake/Sausage/ Brunch and Bake Sale. Real Haliburton maple syrup, of course! All you can eat!  Adults-$8.00   Children under 12- $4.00 Preschool free. Best deal in town!
I MADE IT! Student Exhibition and Sale Haliburton School of Art & Design 
SATURDAY
April 21st
 
Featuring work and installations by students in: artist blacksmithing, jewellery, glass, digital image, design, integrated design and visual creative arts. Cash sales only.
Haliburton Legion presents the Country Hot Flashes 
SATURDAY
April 21st
 
Haliburton Legion presents the Country Hot Flashes in the Clubroom
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Place: Haliburton Legion, Clubroom
Cost: $5.00 cover charge for non-members
Time: 4:00 to 7:00 pm
*50/50 draw at 6:00 pm
*Enjoy a delicious meal for $6.00 by the Ladies Auxiliary
ONE OF THE BEST VENUES IN THE HIGHLANDS FOR LIVE, LOCAL MUSIC.
Winter Workshop Series  
SATURDAY
April 21st
 
Wood-Fired Pizza Baking
Have you ever wondered how to make thin crust Italian pizza to perfection? Well here is your chance to learn. This workshop offers instruction on how to make authentic wood fired pizza from start to finish. Dough, toppings, sauces and baking.
 
Food & Beer Pairing
Join Haliburton Highlands Brewing to raise your appreciation of beer to the next level. Discover new flavour experiences unlocked by complimentary and contrasting food pairings. Must be 19+ to participate. $25 per person.
Standard First Aid, CPR (C), & AED Certification Course 
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
April 21st to 22nd
 
This program teaches how to respond to medical emergencies and render lifesaving care until professional help arrives. We customize the curriculum to meet the client's needs. Our program meets all WSIB Regulation 1101 requirements. Valid for 3 years. Course content Includes: The Law, communicable diseases, airway, breathing, circulation, CPR & AED skills, heart attack & stroke, choking (conscious/unconscious), shock, wounds & bleeding, muscular/skeletal emergencies. Includes first aid - field reference manual and pocket guide. Minimum 4 people required to run course. Pre-registration required. $135 + HST per person. Your instructor is Karin Aschenbrenner.
Contact: 705-448-9888/info@deeprootsadventure.com
Sunday Rambles - Cemetery Rd - North Past Sedgwick Farm, Après: TBA
SUNDAY
April 22nd
 
Rambles are family-friendly, social outings, encouraging all ages and abilities to find a comfortable pace. Rambles develop a flow. Because they are out and back on a linear trail, no one can get lost or left behind. Children can run up ahead to explore around the next bend, or get caught up in trail side tadpole research. Dogs especially love the Sunday Rambles and tend to find a level of comfort with new people and other dogs.
Earth Day 
SUNDAY
April 22nd
 
Being held in several locations.
Gooderham Community Centre - Hot Dogs and Hot Chocolate to be served afterwards, as well as demonstrations.
Irondale Rd - we would love to see enough volunteers to cover one entrance to the other. Free BBQ for volunteers.
Razzamataz Kids' Show Presents "The Tree and the Donkey who loved to sing"      
SUNDAY
April 22nd
 
The Tree and the Donkey Who Loved to Sing tells the tale of how traditional Mexican dance music (son) was found. In the story, an old man befriends the burro (donkey) and the tree. They teach him how to make instruments and music out of wood. You will also meet a few others such as the vulture (abuelito), the owl (búho) and the iguana. The music entices the entire pueblo (town or village) to come together in dance in the spirit of fandango, or community. Cascada de Flores offers an afternoon of song, zapateado (foot stomping) and nostalgia, spiced with a bit of creative Mexican humor.
  This Week!
Haliburton Highlands Music Festival
THURSDAY
April 26th
 
Come and hear the participants in this year's music festival at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion. Instrumentalists in the morning and early afternoon (9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.), and vocal and choral classes in the late afternoon and evening (3:45 to 8:30 p.m.). Free admission.
April Must Dos! 
Haliburton Highlands Music Festival
FRIDAY
April 27th
 
Come and hear the participants in this year's music festival at the Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion. Piano classes in the morning, afternoon, and evening (9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.). Free admission.
The 2nd Annual SpringREVIVAL 
FRIDAY to SUNDAY
April 27th to 29th
 
More and more these days, savvy people are choosing to take Personal Development getaways in place of (and better yet, in addition to) their standard holidays. Why? Because they know that time away from the patterns of daily routine is imperative your overall health and well-being, and that time away in enjoyment and learning will create more of the same.Why attend this year's SpringREVIVAL weekend? Not only will you be renewed and revived by just being at the event, but you will also return home with a new level of seeing life, a deeper and beneficial connection to all people and things, and plenty of powerful life-lasting memories, insights and moments.
Canadian Blues Legends presents Lance Anderson and Roly Platt 
FRIDAY 
April 27th
 
Come join us for a fabulous evening featuring two of Canada's very best musicians; Lance Anderson on piano and Roly Platt on harmonica. They'll be playing some Blues, New Orleans-influenced material, classics ballads, plus  a few tracks from Roly's new CD  "Inside Out," which Lance produced.
Medeba's "Not-So-Silent" Auction
SATURDAY 
April 28th
 
Join us for a great night and help support a great cause for the kids! Enjoy bidding on some fantastic items from artisan pieces to great dining and highland adventures. Doors open at 6pm, the Silent Auction starts at 6:30 with Live Bidding at 7pm. Refreshments and desserts will be served. You don't want to miss it!
Sixties Seventies Dinner Dance
SATURDAY 
April 28th
 
This is a 60's 70's Dinner Dance. Doors open at 5pm.
Dinner is served buffet style at 6pm (Roast Beef, Baked Beans, Buns, Salad, Pies, Tea & Coffee)
Dancing begins at 7pm. Door Prizes, Spot Dances, Country Auction, Cash Bar. We guarantee you will have a great night of fabulous music, great food and dancing if you like. Our DJ for the evening is none other than Ron Murphy. Tickets are $25.00 each and are available at On the Spot Variety in Minden, Canoe FM in Haliburton and by phone at 705-457-1009 using Visa or MasterCard. 
Proceeds support community radio in Haliburton County.
DIY Sign Making Workshop
SATURDAY 
April 28th
 
This Anchor & Co Workshop is a fundraising event for the Grade 7/8 year end activities at Wilberforce Elementary School.
Sunday Rambles - Tory Hill Crossroads + I,B&O Rail Trail, Après: Cheong's Chinese Restaurant, Gooderham   
SUNDAY
April 29th
 
Rambles are family-friendly, social outings, encouraging all ages and abilities to find a comfortable pace. Rambles develop a flow. Because they are out and back on a linear trail, no one can get lost or left behind. Children can run up ahead to explore around the next bend, or get caught up in trail side tadpole research. Dogs especially love the Sunday Rambles and tend to find a level of comfort with new people and other dogs.
Community Climbing Nights @ Medeba  
SUNDAY
April 29th
 

Our community climbing nights are back and we're excited to welcome you to the new Crag Gym at Medeba. It's set up with over 50 climbs, 5 auto-belays and many more top-rope routes. Please come join us with your friends and family for some great climbing.
Jazzin' UP the Highlands! Come Rain or Come Shine 
SUNDAY
April 29th
 
Join Melissa Stephens and the Highlands Festival Singers as they present JAZZIN' UP THE HIGHLANDS, an upbeat concert of your best toe-tapping, swinging songs. With special guest, Adrien Petric on guitar.
LOCATION: Haliburton United Church
WHEN: Sunday, April 29 @ 3 pm & Tuesday, May 1 @ 7:30 pm
TICKETS: 
- from choir members
- Cranberry Cottage (Haliburton(
- Minden Pharmasave
-
highlandsfestivalsingers@gmail.com
CARP Chapter 54 AGM & Luncheon  
SUNDAY
April 29th
 
 
This is the AGM for CARP Chapter 54. Tickets are $15. and this includes a light lunch. This year we are excited to have as the guest speaker, Peter Jennings who has just written a book entitled "Being Happy Matters". Peter will talk about how the power of joy will energize your life. The emcee for the afternoon is Canoe FM radio host Mike Jaycock.There will be prizes and please remember that seating is limited. Call to reserve or purchase your tickets at 705-457-3919.
You can also email to reserve your tickets at haliburtonhighlands@carp.ca
Full moon series: Owl Prowl
SUNDAY
April 30th
 
Join us, as Ed Poropat leads us in search of Saw-whets, Barreds or maybe even a Great Horned on this moonlit owl prowl at Abbey Gardens! Our last of the Abbey Gardens winter/spring Full Moon Series and it is sure to be a hoot! Monday April 30th from 8:30pm-10pm. Cost is $10 per person.
 
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