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22-year-old man charged after weekend incident that closed streets in downtown Peterborough

Man threatened woman with knife, barricaded himself in home overnight on Saturday.
SPARK Photo Festival is bringing Twitter product development manager Joy Ding to Peterborough, where she will speak about the impact of social media on photography, as well as current and expected technological advances in photography on mobile devices (photo: Maurizio Pesce)

Twitter’s Joy Ding comes to Peterborough for photography presentation on March 20

SPARK-hosted event also features panel discussion with Joy Ding, Rich Helms, and Jeannine Taylor.
Hundreds of people turned out at the first annual Family FrostFest in Bobcaygeon on the Family Day long weekend to create and admire snow sculptures.

Snow sculpture winners at Bobcaygeon’s Family FrostFest

Inaugural event held February 18 to 20 at Lock 32 park attracted hundreds of residents.
Folk singer-songwriters Brooklyn Doran of Toronto (pictured) and Gillian Nicola of Hamilton are touring together across Ontario in March in support of their records "These Paper Wings" and "No Place to Call". The two musicians perform at the Kawartha Coffee Co. in Bobcaygeon on March 3 and then at The Garnet in Peterborough on March 4. (Publicity photo)

nightlifeNOW – March 2 to 8

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, March 2 to Wednesday, March 8.
On March 30, kawarthaNOW publisher Jeannine Taylor will moderate a panel of four Chamber members on how businesses can use digital platforms

What’s new from the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism – March 1, 2017

Featuring B.O.S.S. seminar, career fair, Peterborough County awards, Lakefield College School, Otonabee Conservation, and more.
The flood watch is for minor flooding in low-lying and flood-prone areas, not along major waterways such as the Kawartha Lakes, Otonabee River, Rice Lake, and Trent River (photo: Wikipedia)

Otonabee Conservation issues flood watch

Forecasted rainfall and snowmelt is expected to cause minor flooding
Brad Brackenridge as American humourist Don Marquis with Ryan Kerr as his creation Archy the cockroach in Kate Story's play damned be this transmigration, running at the Market Hall for three performances on March 3 and 4 (photo: Andy Carroll)

Questioning the artist’s role in society: damned be this transmigration

Kate Story's play about the life and work of Don Marquis returns to the stage at Peterborough's Market Hall on March 3 and 4.
Concept illustration showing the Charlotte Street entrance to the planned Charlotte Street Urban Park. The UN Peacekeepers monument would be installed in "The Commons" area, is located to the right of the Charlotte Street entrance. (Illustration: AECOM)

City of Peterborough launches public art competition for new urban park

Artists invited to design UN Peacekeepers monument to be installed in park in 2018
The youth foster home is located in a rural area near Oakwood, which is west of Lindsay in the City of Kawartha Lakes (photo: Google Maps)

Teen charged with additional count of murder after Oakwood group home fire

Employee of group home has died after injuries sustained in February 24th fire.
As part of the Peterborough Folk Festival's February Folk Folly, Peterborough fuzz-folk duo Mayhemingways (Benj Rowland and Josh Fewings) are performing at The Pig's Ear in downtown Peterborough on Saturday, February 25 with special guests Murder Murder from Sudbury. This will be Mayhemingways last show at The Piggy, which is closing in April, before they head out on a cross-Canada tour with Joel and Bill Plaskett. (Photo: Andy Carroll)

nightlifeNOW – February 23 to March 1

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, February 23 to Wednesday, March 1


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