This Weekend!
 
Bluegrass in The Highlands Winter Festival - FRIDAY
February 23rd
 
Country , Bluegrass , Celtic and Downeast music Feb 23 & 24. Pinestone resort Haliburton Ontario. Tickets available at the door. Come on out and have a really good time!!!!
 
 
Art Lovers' Staycation - FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
February 23rd to 25th
 
Three days of inspiring activities and workshops for the Artlover in you! Sign up for one session, a few or all of them! this affordable, engaging and informative series is presented by Rail End Gallery and Arts Council Haliburton Highlands.
 
 
GHTA-Wilderness Winter Hike: Devil's Lake to Highest Point - SATURDAY
February 24th
 
For intermediate and advanced hikers / snowshoers only.
MUST pre-register: Wilderness.GHTA@gmail.com. Space is limited.
At 9am meet at Devil's Lake parking lot. We will hike/snowshoe to the Highest point in park & back (13.5km) (GHTA map 12) See a small section of Explore magazine's #23 best hikes in Ontario. Route is strenuous and challenging over rugged terrain & depending upon conditions we may not make the destination, but will be out for approx. 6 hrs. Hiking boots required. Icers & snowshoes maybe required depending upon conditions. Bring lunch, snack, water. No Dogs. No drop out. Bring lunch, snack, water.
 
 
WINTERLICIOUS 2018 - SATURDAY 
February 24th 
 
Our Annual Culinary Winterlicious Nigh features a night of upscale comforts at the Executive Chefs tables of LANDS850. Choice of Prime Rib or Braised Beef Short Rib, with our fresh starters and gourmet desserts. Reserve your table. $43 Dinner. Enjoy our three-course prix fixe. 
Hearty dishes, rich in flavour.  
 
 
Polynesian Style Dinner - SATURDAY 
February 24th 
 
Beat the Winter Blues,  celebrate the month of  LOVE, enjoy a dinner out! Puaa  (Pork)  , Ka Moa (Chicken), Ai Kala  (Meatballs)  served with Rice, Corn, Carrots,  Roasted Potatoes, Pineapple, Coconut, Nuts & Citrus Fruits. Dessert is Tropical Hua Me Ka Pudding.        Complimentary Polynesian Punch & Leis 
 Proceeds support the efforts of B.L.C.D. 
 
 
Sleigh Bells Ring - SATURDAY
February 24th
 
This adventure will have you dashing through the snow on a two horse open sleigh ride. Local character Irvin Holland and his horses will take you through forest and field and a maple sugar bush. You will also meet Jack and Ginnie and their son Oliver - the resident donkey family who always love treats and attention.
 
 
Sir Sam's Crosstrack/ Slopestyle Jam - SATURDAY
February 24th
 
Be part of this action-packed double-header of speed and style, with over $2000 in cash prizes. Sponsored by Algonquin Outfitters and REM Equipment, this competition will draw athletes from across the region and is as thrilling to watch as it is to compete.
The event kicks off with Ski and Snowboard Cross, in a test to see who's the fastest on Sir Sam's dedicated cross track. The afternoon will be all about flair as competitors shred the Terrain Park on two judged runs. Between events, enjoy a BBQ, hot (or cold) drink, and soak up some rays on Sir Sam's famous sundeck. Prizes for both events will be held starting at 4:00pm in the chalet.
 
 
Wilderness Photography Workshop - SATURDAY
February 24th
 
Grab your camera! This fun and educational adventure includes a leisurely hike through the forest while learning to take better photos. An awesome wilderness dining experience is included. This workshop is intended to provide guidance and inspiration to take better photos in wilderness settings through the photographic elements such as composition and lighting. Given the short time frame of this hike, learning the functions of your camera (such as adjusting exposure) will only be covered if time and group interest allows. (Full day workshops that explore functions more thoroughly are available.) Any camera is welcome, from phones to fancy DSLRs!
 
 
Abbey Gardens Winter Workshop Series:  SATURDAY
February 24th
 
Snowshoe & Lunch
Explore the beauty of the Highlands winter landscape with a guided snowshoe, then come back to the Food Hub for a hearty, homemade lunch. $25 per person. Choose from a selection of afternoon winter workshops to create a full-day outing.
 
Sourdough Bread Baking
Join Into the Blue Bakery to create amazing no-knead sourdough bread. Leave with a good understanding and the confidence to continue baking at home. $25 per person. Start your day with another winter workshop offering to create a full-day outing.
 
DIY Solar
DIY Solar can easily be done with careful research and reliable equipment. Join Haliburton Solar + Wind to learn how to measure and size up your system, how to complete a load analysis, how and what equipment you should chose to accommodate your load needs, and basic installation tips. $25 per person. Start your day with another winter workshop to create a full-day outing.
 
Exploring Beer Styles Beyond Lager and Pale Ale
Learn the story behind where and how various styles of beer were created. Taste different styles and discover the source of their unique flavours. You just might find a new favourite! Must be 19+ to participate. $25 per person. Start your day with another winter workshop offering to create a full-day outing.
 
 
 
Beekeeping Workshop - SUNDAY
February 25th
 
Back by popular demand! Join local beekeeping expert Ron Lofthouse for a day long workshop to learn the basics of this super sweet hobby! Whether you're serious about keeping bees or just curious to learn more about them, this workshop is for you! The morning portion will take place at the museum with the afternoon being an off-site trip to check out real live hives! 
 
 
Razzamataz Kids Show Presents "Brick Bros. Circus" - SUNDAY
February 25th
 
This inventive play delights audiences of all ages, bringing the world of play, creativity and performance to life, brick by brick by brick. Guaranteed to stimulate imaginations and spark creative thinking, the Brick Bros. Circus is a complete, miniature one-ring circus, performed by highly trained building bricks in itty bitty
Razzamataz Kids' Shows! are made possible in part by grants from the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Ontario Arts Council.
 
This Week!
 
Minden Animal Hospital Annual Cupcake Day As part of National Cupcake Day - MONDAY
February 26th
 
In support of the OSPCA Monday, February 26th from 9a.m. to 5p.m. All Proceeds will go towards helping Haliburton County's OSPCA Cost per fabulous homemade cupcake is $1.50 Why not buy a box of 6 for $8! Please Pre-order if you can (call 705-286-2919) A variety of flavours available. Minden Animal Hospital is on the Main Street of Minden at 9 Bobcaygeon Road OSPCA Facts 
Our local OSPCA investigates animal cruelty; shelters lost & found pets, cares for orphaned animals, & eventually finds them homes. It is located in Bracebridge OSPCA = Ontario Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals 
 
March Must Do's!
 
Full Moon Series: Moonlit Snowshoe - FRIDAY
March 2nd
 
Explore the Abbey Gardens property under the light of the full moon, then enjoy a wood-fired pizza and pint of craft beer. $25 per person.
 
 
2018 Winter Folk Camp - FRIDAY TO MONDAY
March 2nd to 5th
 
Winter Folk Camp is 10 years old! 3 days of music workshops, and outdoor adventure. 3 nights of concerts, jam sessions, song circles, all set in the Winter Wonderland of the Haliburton Highlands.
 
 
Ladies' Day  ( Theme- "Day of the " with a lip sync competition) - FRIDAY
March 2nd
 
Divas! This is your day!
We have a great day of skiing, racing, indoor games, great food and camaraderie in store, plus a divalicious lip-sync contest. Choose your side, and dress to save the day or take over the world! Prizes for the day to be awarded at 7:00pm.
Fee: $150.00/person includes lift ticket, rentals, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Please book in advance.
 
 
Winter Navigation Workshop - SATURDAY
March 3rd
 
In our Navigation Workshop, you will learn critical skills such as topographical and trail map reading, uses of tools like a compass and protractor, grid references, bearings, pacing and how to create a route card. Snowshoes are included.
 
 
Final Race of Sir Sam's Ski Challenge - SATURDAY
March 3rd
 
The final race of the Ski Challenge series. One lucky racer will walk away with $1,000!
An exciting family-friendly racing event running for 7 Sunday afternoons from January to February, wrapping up with the Ski Challenge Final on Saturday, March 3 where one lucky winner will walk away with $1000!
Note: There is no Ski Challenge on February 18 (Family Day weekend).
 
 
Sleigh Bells Ring - SATURDAY
March 3rd
 
This adventure will have you dashing through the snow on a two horse open sleigh ride. Local character Irvin Holland and his horses will take you through forest and field and a maple sugar bush. You will also meet Jack and Ginnie and their son Oliver - the resident donkey family who always love treats and attention.
 
March Break To Dos! 
 
March Break Day Camp - MONDAY TO FRIDAY
March 12th to 16th
 
An awesome day camp happening in Wilberforce at the Deep Roots Adventure Hub. Limited enrollment available. Activities will include indoor fun like crafts, games and adventure skills, and outdoor fun like snowshoe hikes and learning winter outdoor skills. A detailed itinerary will be available closer to March. Price includes two healthy snacks and lunch. A registration form will be sent to indicate allergies, preferences etc. Pre-registration required. When registering more than one child use the promo code FAM10 for 10% off. Select number of days your youth will be attending, and select which days they will attend.  $45 per youth.
 
 
Sir Sam's March Break - FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
March 9th to 18th
 
 
March Break is that perfect time of year when the snow is still on, the weather lets us drop a layer or two, and great memories are made easily skiing or boarding in the company of friends and family. We have a sweet week of events and activities, camps and deals lined up to make your March Break memorable. March Break is that perfect time of year when the snow is still on, the weather lets us drop a layer or two, and great memories are made easily skiing or boarding in the company of friends and family. We have a sweet week of events and activities, camps and deals lined up to make your March Break memorable.
 
 
Guided Snowshoe Hike - SATURDAY
March 10th
 
An awesome day out with a naturalist guide! 
Select the location and date you would like to attend. Guide, snowshoes, hot chocolate and cookies includes. These hikes will run from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Contact: 705-448-9888/info@deeprootsadventure.com
 
 
Maple Syrup First Tapping - SATURDAY
March 10th
 
Come out to The Colour of Wood maple sugar bush for the official first tapping ceremony of the Haliburton Highlands at 11 am. See how the sweet stuff is made. 1255 Peterson Rd just west of the lights in Carnarvon.
 
 
Snowshoe & Lunch @ Abbey Gardens - SATURDAY
March 10th
 
Explore the beauty of The Highlands winter landscape with a guided snowshoe, then come back to the Food Hub for a hearty, homemade lunch. $25 per person.
 
 
Go Wild 4 Wildlife Fun'raiser - SATURDAY
March 10th
 
Fun filled night of music, food, auctions and prizes in support of Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary. 
  • Vegetarian Buffet Dinner
  • An amazing Live and Silent Auction
  • Dance to live classic rock music by "Custom Blend"
  • Prizes and Surprises!
  • Cash Bar
We hope you can join us!
 
 
 
Maple Fest! - SATURDAY
March 10th
 
Taste Spring at the Museum! Join us as we make old fashioned maple syrup just the way the early settler would have! Enjoy sweet treats, fun kids' activities and contests all March Break long!
 
 
March Break Public Skating @ A.J. LaRue Arena - SATURDAY, MONDAY & FRIDAY
March 10th, 12th & 16th
 
Bring your skates or borrow a pair from the snack bar (check in advance for sizes)
Contact Andera at amueller@dysartetal.ca for more details.
 
 
 
March Break Family Camp @ YMCA Wanakita - SUNDAY TO THURSDAY
March 11th to 15th
 
Similar to our New Year's program, our March Break family camp offers a week long program for families to play together at YMCA Wanakita. If the weather cooperates, the maple sap will be running and campers will also get to learn about maple syrup production.
 
 
March Break Ski and Snowboard Camp - SUNDAY TO FRIDAY
March 11th to 16th
 
What better way to enjoy winter than to spend March Break (March 11 - 16, 2018) at Kandalore's Ski & Snowboard Camp! Join us for a fun-filled week of skiing and snowboarding for campers of all skill levels at Sir Sam's. Campers stay overnight at Kandalore during the week in our winterized cabins and enjoy all that winter has to offer with exciting evening programs.
 
 
March Break in Minden - MONDAY TO FRIDAY
March 12th to 16th
 
If you are opting for a "stay-cation" this March Break, bring the family to the S.G Nesbitt Memorial Arena for a week of fun on the ice where there will be chances to join in on public skating, broomball and shinny.
 
 
March Break at the Wolf Centre - MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
March 12th, 14th & 16th
 
Come to the Wolf Centre -- see the wolves and participate in fun and educational activities. Watch a hilarious puppet show, listen to Twig, out forest Gnome tell stories ad create fun wolf arts and crafts.
 
 
March Break at the Wolf Centre - MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
March 12th, 14th & 16th
 
Come to the Wolf Centre -- see the wolves and participate in fun and educational activities. Watch a hilarious puppet show, listen to Twig, out forest Gnome tell stories ad create fun wolf arts and crafts.
 
 
Snowshoe Like a Canadian - TUESDAY
March 13th
 
Snowshoeing is both a traditional and popular modern way of winter travel for Canadians.   This snowshoe adventure will feature exceptional leaders who will help you explore the ecology, heritage, and culture of the Haliburton Highlands.
 
 
Victorian Games Afternoon - TUESDAY
March 13th
 
Kids aged 6 to 12 can join us for a fun afternoon of the kind of games kids in Haliburton would have played over 100 years ago!
 
 
Abbey Gardens March Break Programs - TUESDAY TO THURSDAY
March 13th to 15th
 
Join us for 'Kids in the Kitchen' and have fun exploring Abbey gardens through outdoor games and activities, all programs are led by an experienced outdoor educator, suitable for children ages 6-11 and include snack, crafts and physical activities. Each day has a different theme.
 
 
Haliburton Folk Society Presents Ken & Brad Kolodner - Home Routes Concert - WEDNESDAY
March 14th
 
The dynamic father-son duo Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on  hammered dulcimer, banjo and fiddles  pushing the boundaries of the Old-Time tradition into uncharted territory.
 
 
Dibaajimowinan: A History of Algonquin Park - WEDNESDAY
March 14th
 
Christine is a Non-Status Algonquin Anishinaabekwe from Whitney, Ontario. She is the Owner of Waaseyaa Consulting, an Indigenous cultural heritage consulting company. An archaeologist, explorer, historian and researcher, she is writing her first book, Ondjitigweyaa Madaoueskarini Omamiiwiinini Anishinaabe (Algonquin People of the Madawaska River Headwaters). Christine holds a Bachelor of Arts from Acadia University.
 
 
March Break Artist Trading Cards - WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY
March 14th to 16th
 
Artist Trading Cards is tradition at Rails End. Come out with the family for the free art-making activity in which you will create mini art cars the size of a baseball cards to trade, collect and share. 
 
 
Noah Zacharin and Albert Saxby Singer Songwriter Evening - FRIDAY
March 16th
 
Rails End Gallery presents an intimate evening of music with singer/songwriters Noah Zacharin and Albert Saxby in the Main Gallery. 
Tickets $20 in advance call 705-457-2330 or $22 at the door
 
 
Stray Cats - FRIDAY
March 16th
 
Anytime is the perfect time to roam and explore the back roads of the Haliburton Highlands. This excursion will reveal much about the rich natural and cultural heritage of the Haliburton Highlands. Who knows what we find and do? Time for a road trip through your own backyard.
 
 
Life of a Leprechaun - FRIDAY
March 16th
 
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the museum with scavenger hunts, games, crafts and legends from the Emerald Isle! Suitable for kids of all ages!
 
 
Wilderness Photography Workshop - FRIDAY
March 16th
 
Local photographer Sarah Bell will guide your learning while the group explores. See something interesting? You'll learn how to make a great photo out of it! Not feeling creative? Sarah will inspire you to see the beauty of the world around us - in any season!
Snowshoes included during the snowy season.
 
 
Abbey Gardens Kids Workshops
 
Hand-built Clay Chicken Workshop for Kids 10am-12pm 
March 16th
 
Join Lisa Barry of Homestead Pottery to create a rendition of a chicken from Abbey Gardens or a bird of your own making. Dress for a mess and bring a snack if you'd like. $35 per person ($25 + $10 materials fee). Suitable for ages 6-12. Participants will each create a one of a kind piece that will be glazed, fired and ready for pick up within 2 weeks!
Pack a lunch and register for the afternoon Clay Pony workshop from 1pm-3pm if you'd like to create a full-day outing! The lunch hour will be supervised by our staff team.
 
Hand-built Clay Pony Workshop for Kids 1pm-3pm
March 16th
 
Join Lisa Barry of Homestead Pottery for an opportunity to create a rendition of a pony from Abbey Gardens or a horse of your own making. Dress for a mess and bring a snack if you'd like. Cost is $35 per person ($25 + $10 materials fee). Suitable for children ages 6-12.
Participants will each create a one of a kind piece that will be glazed, fired and ready for pick up within 2 weeks!
 
 
Haliburton Highlands Land Trust Discovery Days 2018 Reptile Road Show - SATURDAY
March 17th
 
The knowledgeable folks from Scales Nature Park will bring a variety of snakes and turtles for us to see, touch and learn about.  It's a chance to get up close and personal with some amazing reptiles. The show starts right at 10:00am. Funded in part by TD Friends of the Environment.
Admission $15 adult, $10 child 12 and under, family pass $30.
 
 
St. Patrick's Day Beef Stew & Biscuit Dinner - SATURDAY
March 17th
 
Beef Stew & Biscuits dinner with Irish desserts and beverages. Contact: Minden United Church Office 706-286-1470 to reserve.
 
 
 
Acrylic Painting. Deep Roots Adventure Hub - SATURDAY
March 17th
 
Painting winter. Snow, clouds, light!
Use of coloured underpaintings, brush techniques, abstracted or realism, some colour theory. 
*Bring a photo to work from and your own paints, brushes etc., and a canvas 16x20 inches max.
 
 
Gnome Man's Land Obstacle Course Race - SATURDAY
March 17th
 
Obstacle Course Race Different hears and times and lengths. Families, Kids, Adults, Men Women, Ages super fun. Challenging, Great family bonding. Contact Johnny Waite 705-488-1285
 
 
 
 
Highlands East Recreational Figure Skating Carnival - SATURDAY
March 17th
 
Annual skating carnival to show off our skater talent. 
Contact Kathy Rogers 705-448-1285
 
 
 
Standard First Aid, CPR (C), & AED Certification Course - SATURDAY & SUNDAY
March 17th & 18th
 
 
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.
 
 
HHOA Wild Game Dinner And AuctionSATURDAY
March 17th
 
Doors open at 5:00p.m., 
Dinner at 6:00p.m.
Tickets go on sale February 1, 2018 at the Fish Hatchery.
$33.00 per person, $55.00 a couple
705-457-9664
 
More March To Dos!
 
 
The Art and Syrup of Maple - WEDNESDAY
March 21st
 
The sap is a runnin'. Experience the world of the maple tree and its bounty with this "sweet" full day adventure.  Discover the art and science of producing maple syrup by participating in traditional and modern day maple syrup operations, exploring a sugar bush on snowshoes, dining on maple cuisine and tasting maple wine or beer.  
 
 
 
100 Women Who Care Haliburton County THURSDAY
March 22nd
 
This is our Spring Meeting (first of 2018) We meet to select a local charity to give our donation to. The last charity chosen was Haliburton Volunteer Dental, $5200. Registration is at 6:30 meeting starts at 7pm. See you here, bring a friend.
 
 
Hand-Built Clay Easter Shaker Workshop for Kids SATURDAY
March 24th
 
Join Lisa Barry of Homestead Pottery on Saturday March 24th from 1pm-3pm to create a hollow form out of clay to allow space for sound. After creating the form, intricate decorative techniques will be introduced to finish these small and special objects. Participants will each create a one of a kind piece that will be glazed, fired and ready for pick up within 2 weeks. Cost is $35 per person ($25 + $10 materials fee). Suitable for children ages 8+. Dress for a mess and bring a snack if you'd like!
 
 
Sir Sam's Spring Splash SATURDAY
March 24th
 
Bid farewell to winter, splash into spring. Get ready to make a splash. Dressed in creative and dazzling costumes, brave contestants attempt to cross a frigid, super-sized puddle at the base of Cash Register. While some will make it, others will not. Entries are limited, so get there early. For those who are happier to watch, we encourage you to grab a famous Sir Sam's Caesar, a cold one from Boshkung or Muskoka Brewery, or perhaps even a Gin & Tonic and experience the excitement from the spacious chalet sun deck.
Wrapping up the day is an Aprés Ski Dinner & Dance with the Stephanie Gregg Band. Tickets are $45/person and must be purchased in advance. Must be 19+ to attend
 
Overnight Winter Survival Workshop SATURDAY & SUNDAY
March 24th & 25th
 
Our overnight survival Workshop is designed to educate and empower our students when it comes to being lost in the outdoors during the frigid winter months. You may stay in a survival shelter or choose to bring a tent. This course is designed to be more intensive as our single day course, and is not recommended for first timers.
 
 
Curry Chevrolet 4th Annual Family Easter Egg Hunt FRIDAY
March 30th
 
Bring your Family and Easter baskets along for our 4th Annual Curry Chevrolet, Buick GMC Easter Egg Hunt on Friday March 30th @ 10:00 am. Every child will receive Bunny Ears upon arrival, then have a great time together hunting for 10 Easter Eggs per child and be on the lookout for our special 'CAR' eggs to win some additional great prizes. After your egg hunt, trade in your eggs for a treat bag and have your photo taken with the Easter Bunny. Get a special balloon creation by the one and only Razzberry the Clown and have your face painted. Sponsored by Curry Chevrolet Buick GMC Ltd.
For additional questions please contact Cheryl Smith, Event Organizer at 705-455-2500.
When registering please only include the total number of children that will be attending. Thank you!
 
 
Maple Syrup Festival - Wilberforce SATURDAY
March 17th
 
Doors open at 5:00p.m., 
Dinner at 6:00p.m.
Tickets go on sale February 1, 2018 at the Fish Hatchery.
$33.00 per person, $55.00 a couple
705-457-9664
 
 
Guided Snowshoe Hike SATURDAY
March 17th
 
An awesome day out with a naturalist guide! Select the location and date you would like to attend. Guide, snowshoes, hot chocolate and cookies includes. 
These hikes will run from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
 
 
Winter Workshop Series @ Abbey Gardens
March 31st
 
Snowshoe & Lunch
Explore the beauty of The Highlands winter landscape with a guided snowshoe, then come back to the Food Hub for a hearty, homemade lunch. $25 per person. Choose from a selection of afternoon winter workshops to create a full-day outing.
 
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. Start your day with another winter workshop offering to create a full-day outing.
 
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.
 
 
 
 
Full moon series: Sound Bathy Symphony 
SATURDAY
March 31st
 
Join us for a relaxing sound bath symphony as we celebrate the full moon! A sound bath uses harmonious, vibrating sound energies generated from quartz crystal singing bowls to the body to heal & relax. Be sure to bring a relaxing chair or yoga mat! Saturday March 31st from 8pm-9pm. $10 per person.
 
Ice Skating
 
Dysart et al Outdoor Skating Rink
 
Where: Located at Head Lake Park Haliburton
When: Daily throughout the winter months weather permitting.
Enjoy the fresh air and health benefits of skating outdoors on our traditional old fashion rink. 
Contact: Andrew Wilbee at 705-457-2083 or awilbee@dysartetal.ca
 
AJ LaRue Public Skate Schedule 
 
Stanhope Outdoor Ice Rink
 
Where: North Shore Road behind the Stanhope Firefighter Community Hall 
When: Weather permitting - December to March
An old fashioned outdoor rink that is first come first serve and open. Lights are activated by users. Free use.
Contact drc@algonquinhighlands.ca or call 705-766-9968 or visit www.algonquinhighlands.ca
 
Dorset Outdoor Ice Rink
 
Where: Main Street behind the Fire Hall
When: Weather Permitting - December to March
An old fashioned outdoor rink that is first come first serve and open. Lights on till 12 midnight. Free
Contact drc@algonquinhighlands.ca or call 705-766-9968 or visit www.algonquinhighlands.ca

 

Township of Minden Hills Public Skating
 
Where: SG Nesbitt Arena
When: Every Wednesday and Sunday afternoons from 12:00 to 2:00pm
Cost: $2 Please call to confirm Sunday dates especially in December.
Outdoor Rink: 
In Minden Hills, the Dawson Hamilton Outdoor Memorial Rink is now open.  The rink is located in the Baseball Diamond east of S.G. Nesbitt Arena at 55 Parkside St, Minden. 
 
The Outdoor Rink will be open, weather dependant, daily from 10 am to 10 pm and there will be lights on from dusk till 10 pm on most night. 
 
Come and enjoy some old fashion outdoor skating for as long as the weather permits the rink to remain open this season.
Contact: communityservicesbookings@mindenhills.ca
 
Highlands East 
 
Where: Keith Tallman Memorial Arena, Wilberforce
When: Sundays 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm - Public,
Tuesdays 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm -Adults and Seniors
Cost: FREE
March Break additional public skating on Tuesday March 13th 3:00 pm to 4:00 om and Friday March 15th 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Final public skating date is Saturday, March 31st 12 noon to 2:00 pm during the Wilberforce Maple Syrup Festival.
 
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