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During the First Friday Art Crawl, Oksana Hawrylak and Olenka Kleban of Folk Camp Canada will be at Watson & Lou (383 Water St.) to demonstrate how to make "Pysanky" (Ukrainian Easter eggs) just in time for Easter. It's one of many events taking place in downtown Peterborough on on April 5, 2019. (Photo: Folk Camp Canada / Instagram)

What’s happening at First Friday Peterborough

Monthly art crawl returns to downtown Peterborough on April 5.
The winners and honourable mentions of Community Care Peterborough's 2018 Grandparent of the Year Award at a reception at Princess Gardens Retirement Residence in Peterborough on June 6, 2018. Nominations for this year's award are open until May 16, 2019. (Photo: Dean Ostrander)

Nominations now open for Peterborough’s 2019 Grandparent of the Year

Children from grades 2 to 6 can nominate a grandparent or special older person in their lives.
Public Energy, Peterborough's supporter of innovative contemporary performing arts, will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on May 25, 2019 in downtown Peterborough. Pictured is Barbara (Eva) Dametto's "The Serpent and the Lotus", performed during Public Energy's Emergency #21 festival of dance and performance in Peterborough in March 2015. (Photo: Public Energy)

Celebrate 25 years of performing arts in Peterborough with Public Energy this May

'The P(art)y Ball' on May 25 will feature artists from every era of the organization's history.
"Healthy loons, healthy lake". Bird Studies Canada is looking for citizen scientists who can report on the loon population at their lakes over the summer and submit data for the annual Canadian Lakes Loon Survey. (Photo: Sandra Horvath)

Be a citizen scientist this summer and help our loons and lakes

Bird Studies Canada seeking volunteers to participate in the annual Canadian Lakes Loon Survey.
The Government of Canada is investing $10 million to support the construction of the new Canadian Canoe Museum will be built on a Parks Canada site adjacent to the Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Site on the Trent-Severn Waterway. (Rendering: heneghan peng / Kearns Mancini Architects)

Federal government investing $10 million in Peterborough’s new Canadian Canoe Museum

Funding will support construction of the new facility beside the Peterborough Lift Lock.
A protopye logo for the 42nd season of Survivor, tentatively entitled "Survivor: Into The Wild", which will be filmed on location in Canada. Algonquin Park in Ontario heads the list of proposed locations for the 42nd season of the popular reality TV series. (Graphic: AF Department / Castaway Television Productions)

CBS reality TV series ‘Survivor’ may be coming to Algonquin Park

Provincial park one of several locations to be scouted for 42nd season called 'Survivor: Into The Wild'.
Heavy rain coming out of a downspout

Rainfall and freezing rain warnings issued for the Kawarthas for Saturday

Up to 45 mm of rain in Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, and Northumberland, with freezing rain in Hastings and Haliburton.
Two cars on a snow-covered road

Winter returns to the northern Kawarthas on Saturday

Up to 15 cm of snow forecast for Haliburton and Hastings, with mix of snow and rain further south.
New Brunswick singer-songwriter Colin Fowlie brings his acoustic blues and folk rock to the Black Horse Pub in downtown Peterborough on Wednesday, April 3rd. (Photo: Jay Merle)

nightlifeNOW – March 28 to April 3

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, March 28 to Wednesday, April 3.
A man with a rake cleaning up leaves in the spring

City of Peterborough leaf and yard waste collection begins April 2

Dates for green waste collection in City of Peterborough, Peterborough County, City of Kawartha Lakes, and Northumberland County.

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