Kawartha Settlers’ Village is looking forward to the warmer weather as they plan to break ground on a new visitor centre. The new building will serve as a welcome centre, where visitors can receive a full orientation of the Village upon arrival.
What’s going on in Fenelon Falls this summer? What’s not going might be a better question.
June 8 sees the Kawartha Yarn and Fibre Festival return to the village after a wildly successful inaugural year that saw more than 1,000 attendees at the one day show. Moving to bigger digs at the Fenelon Falls Community Centre, the Festival provides a showcase for small businesses and farms to connect directly with artisans and makers who are passionate about their work. For 2019, they offer an expanded selection of 80 vendors and 20 classes.