Temporary Closure – Cavendish Rink

Temporary Closure of the Cavendish Rink

Due to health and safety concerns with the condition of the rink boards and concrete curbing, the Township will be temporarily closing the Cavendish Community Centre outdoor ice pad..
For the safety of the public, the rink will be temporarily closed while the Township investigates repair options. Any updates to the status of the rink will be posted on the Municipality’s website.
The rink will be fenced off in early January 2019. Any questions or concerns, please contact the Municipal Office: 705-738-3800

Upcoming Area Events in November – December

   

NOVEMBER

3       Roast Beef Dinner – Lakehurst Hall

4       Clocks go back 1 hour @ 2am – time to change your batteries !

3-5    Dinner Theatre @ Buckhorn Community Centre

8     REMEMBRANCE Day Service 2pm @ Buckhorn Community Centre Cenotaph

11   REMEMBRANCE Day – Bobcaygeon Cenotaph, Curve Lake First Nation Cenotaph

9-12  Festival of Tree’s – 
Kawartha Settlers Village

10-12 Dinner Theatre @ Buckhorn Community Centre

21      Meet your Needs 3pm-6pm at Buckhorn Community Centre

25      Holiday Home Tour @ Buckhorn Community Centre


DECEMBER

1      Christmas Tea 2-4pm @ St.Matthews-St.Aidan Anglican church

6       Kinmount – Xmas tree lighting 6:30pm Kinmount Railway Station

8      Bobcaygeon Santa Claus Parade (evening parade at 5pm)

15     Christmas Pot Luck 6pm at Cavendish Community Centre

25     Christmas Day

26     Boxing Day

Useful Reference Sources for the many events in our area:

Love Your Lake (LYL) Program Update – Report Mailing

In the summer 2017, the Cavendish Community Ratepayers Association Inc., (CCRAI) in partnership with your lake/cottage association organized the Love Your Lake (LYL) Program.  This program surveyed the conditions of all the shorelines on 12 lakes and rivers in our area including Catchacoma, Mississagua, Gold, Beaver, McGinnis, Cavendish, Cold, Pencil, Galloway, Greens, Picard and the Mississagua River.  All shoreline property owners will be receiving their confidential report on their shoreline by mail in the month of March or April. The report will come from the Canadian Wildlife Federation and Watersheds Canada. It will contain a web link and a password to allow property owners to access their confidential report. There is a full report on last summer’s LYL activities on the CCRAI web page, which can be accessed through the Cavendish Community Centre website,