Remembering the Lindsay Kinsmen Band
What’s in a name? School identities come from a rich history
Ontario’s students have returned to their classrooms this month after a long period of remote learning. As they make their way off school buses or cross the threshold of school foyers, few may pause to consider how their school got its name.
What’s gardening got to do with it?
I have a confession to make. I’ve never really been a gardener. Indoors or out, plants come to my home at their peril. Even a cactus isn’t safe in my care.
But I’m passionate about helping the environment, so if anything was going to get me digging in the dirt it was learning that dirt helps sequester carbon. And that gardeners can help it store even more.
RN opens The Beauty Lab Medical Cosmetics
A 20-year nursing veteran, Crystal Connell, has recently expanded into private practice and opened her own medical cosmetic business – The Beauty Lab Medical Cosmetics.
Council says no to ATVs passing through Lindsay after town residents push back in poll
After much passionate debate and suggestions of secret deals made between councillors, Kawartha Lakes council will be recommending that ORVs not be allowed to pass through Lindsay.
In a tie vote among councillors at the committee of the whole meeting, Mayor Andy Letham cast the deciding vote to halt the proposed route through Lindsay and instead look at another option.
Thanksgiving food drive hosted by Food Source
Last year, in the middle of the pandemic, Kawartha Lakes Food Source (KLFS) had to rethink how food donations were gathered.
A porch pick-up drive that spanned the entire town of Lindsay was held. That support helped our member food banks weather what had been a very busy year.
School’s in: Students return in droves to higher learning
Undergraduate application statistics provided via e-mail by Deanna Underwood, manager of communications and events, at the Ontario Universities Application Centre show that 2021 could be a very busy year for universities right across the province.
Open house to be held at community garden, all welcome
The United Way for the City of Kawartha Lakes is excited to welcome community members, stakeholders, and donors to their annual 2021-2022 campaign launch.
This year, the event is an open house at the Edwin Binney’s Community Garden, providing guests with an opportunity to see how much this project has grown.