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Land conservation organization Kawartha Land Trust, which is already protecting two properties in the Fleetwood Creek watershed including the Ballyduff Trails (McKim-Garsonnin property) pictured above, wants to partner with private landowners to further protect the area's biodiversity and water quality. (Photo courtesy of Kawartha Land Trust)

Kawartha Land Trust wants to partner with landowners to help conserve the Fleetwood Creek...

October 24th event in Bethany is also open to anyone interested in this significant natural area.
Winnipeg-based country-roots singer-songwriter Sean Burns performs with Ryan 'Skinny' Dyck at The Garnet on Saturday, October 5th, with special guests Diamond Dave & The Smoke Eaters. (Photo: Gabriel Thaine)

nightlifeNOW – October 3 to 9

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, October 3 to Wednesday, October 9.
School bus stop sign

All schools in the Kawarthas will be closed on Monday if CUPE strike goes...

Decision by local school boards will affect as many as 63,000 students .
"Trophy" is a free outdoor art installation where audience members visit illuminated tents to listen as storytellers share their true stories of life-changing moments of change and transformation. Presented by Public Energy Performing Arts, "Trophy" takes place on October 4 and 5, 2019, at Fleming Park in downtown Peterborough. (Photo: Allison O'Connor)

Hear and share true stories of life-changing moments at ‘Trophy’ on October 4 and...

Public Energy presents an outdoor art installation at Peterborough's Fleming Park featuring storytellers in illuminated pop-up tents.
Severe thunderstorm

Severe thunderstorm watch for the Kawarthas on Tuesday afternoon and evening

Damaging wind gusts, downpours, frequent lightning, and hail possible.
These Grade 2 students harvested 122 pounds of onions at Edwin Binney's Community Garden in Lindsay on September 27, 2019, pushing the total weight of produce harvested in the garden's first year of operation to more than two tons. The fresh produce was donated to local social service agencies, food banks, shelters, and children's programming agencies. (Photo courtesy of United Way City of Kawartha

Community garden in Lindsay produces more than two tons of fresh produce donated to...

Edwin Binney's Community Garden is a joint effort of United Way City of Kawartha Lakes, Crayola Canada, Fleming College, and more.
It is legal in Canada to grow up to four cannabis plants for personal use. (Photo: Wikipedia)

Lindsay man arrested for stealing backyard cannabis plants

After a resident reported a theft, police located a man in the area carrying three stolen plants.
The West End Riverboat Band (John Williams on clarinet and vocals, Ben Lee on tenor banjo and vocals, and Chris Adriaanse on double bass) will be performing old-time New Orleans jazz and folk at The Arlington in Maynooth on Saturday, September 28th and then again at the Black Horse Pub in downtown Peterborough on Sunday, September 29th. (Publicity photo)

nightlifeNOW – September 26 to October 2

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, September 26 to Wednesday, October 2.
Hydro One crew

Power outage planned for Sunday morning in Peterborough area

Hydro One will disconnect power to 8,489 customers for required upgrades.
"The Mush Hole", which addresses the devastation of residential schools with a visceral and thought-provoking dance performance, is one of seven performance events offered during Public Energy Performing Arts' 2019-20 season. "The Mush Hole" will be performed by Kaha:wi Dance Theatre at the Market Hall in downtown Peterborough on November 2, 2019. (Photo: Ian R. Maracle)

Public Energy launches its 2019-20 season

Storytelling, dance, theatre, and more mark Peterborough performing art organization's 26th season.

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