A number of residents attended a special meeting of Highlands East council on Saturday, Aug. 18 at the Lloyd Watson Centre to hear a presentation from landscape architect Peter North regarding the plan, and to offer feedback.
The ride will be an out and back tour to The Little Tart Bakeshop (known for its desserts and, in particular, its butter tarts) in the hamlet of Donald, starting at 10 a.m. at the Rails End Gallery at 23 York St. in Haliburton.
2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Haliburton Highlands Museum and the staff celebrated with 60s-inspired treats, crafts for kids and historical stories about the Highlands during a special event on Saturday, Aug. 11.
There were discounted items, draw prizes and free food and refreshments during the weekend. Located on County Road 21, the appliance centre boasts close to 3,000 square feet of space, offering customers a range of appliances and furniture.
An upcoming two-day workshop aims to equip girls with the skills they need to succeed. AmbiSHEous is being offered in Haliburton on Aug. 21 and 22 to girls between Grade 7 and 12 with the practical tools needed to put ideas into practice.
C.S. Lewis is reputed to have said, You can make anything by writing. Putting pen to paper is often considered to be a solitary pursuit, but what happens when you collaborate to bring your writing to life? Magic!
A draft short-term accommodations licensing bylaw is being put forth by council to be passed following a public meeting to change the comprehensive zoning bylaw in the planning act.
Council is looking at implementing fees and penalties in a new bylaw tha
Thank you to the Haliburton BMO for sponsoring the T-shirts that will be worn by the Haliburton Muskoka successful winners who are advancing to the OSGA 55+ Provincial Summer Games hosted by Mississauga in August.
Have you walked past the large, compelling sculpture in downtown Haliburton in front of Wind in the Willows Spa? That is This Side Up #9 Shall We Dance by Michael Truelove. At first glance, this sculpture looks like a many-faceted hexagon. This piece p
Speed-loving spectators will have the chance to watch plenty of action on Head Lake on Aug. 18 and 19 when about 70 racers take to the water in hydroplanes and runabouts in races with speeds from 30 miles per hour to 85 miles per hour.
Organizing has started for this year s Take Back the Night walk, raising awareness about sexual and domestic violence, with changes aimed at increasing visibility and promoting better understanding of the issues.
Under the practised hand of artist Mary Pal, the fibres of cheesecloth look remarkably like the wrinkles on the weathered face of a lighthouse keeper. They can also look like the scales of a fish, the mane of a horse, or the bark of a tree.
Andy Campbell and his accomplishments through the Haliburton County Development Corporation were celebrated on June 15 when the Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre filled with well-wishers for the executive director of HCDC as he retired.
There may not be any OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations) championship medals from which the Red Hawks senior doubles badminton team of Ben Schmidt and Owen Patterson-Smith will be able to look at with nostalgia years after ...
Volunteer Week is April 15 to 21. The Haliburton Highlands is fortunate to have many hundreds (if not thousands) of volunteers rolling up their sleeves and doing the difficult work of making the community shine.