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Registration Open for the 2019 Teeny Tiny Summit

Dysart et al is hosting a Teeny Tiny Summit on June 7th at Camp Medeba in the Teeny Tiny Hamlet of West Guilford in #myhalibrtonhighlands! WHAT IS A TEENY TINY SUMMIT? Teeny Tiny Summits were initiated 4 years ago through the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, to provide a forum to discuss how economic development can succeed in teeny tiny rural communities like ours. Success stories abound from Teeny Tiny communities and Haliburton is no different. With a focus on Unlocking the Potential of Youth in Teeny Tiny Communities, we promise you, a fun filled Day at Camp! WHAT TO EXPECT The day will provide opportunities to be inspired by a variety of young entrepreneurs; individuals that have created and successfully grown their outdoor recreation based businesses; as well as organizations that support, engage and educate the younger generation...
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Now Open! Spring/Summer Recreation Program Registration

Registration for spring and summer recreation programs is now open. Youth ball hockey registration will be open until Monday, March 25, 2019. Summer swimming lesson and youth softball registration are also open. Please note that the success of the ball hockey and softball program is dependent on volunteer coaches. If you are able to coach, please contact Andrea Mueller at: amueller@dysartetal.ca or 705-457-1740 x.635 to sign up. Volunteer coaches will be required to submit a Vulnerable Sector Check. The form can be obtained by contacting Andrea Mueller. You can register for one of the above programs by visiting the program registration page on our website or by clicking visiting:https://www.dysartetal.ca/program-registration/...
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2019 Interim Property Tax Bills

The 2019 Interim Property Tax bills were mailed out on Tuesday January 29, 2019.  The due dates for the interim bills are March 13, 2019 and April 17, 2019.  Payments can be made via pre-authorized payment, telephone/internet banking services or by cheque.  Payment may be mailed to our postal address; if you require a receipt please provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope. You may also pay your taxes by cash or debit in person at the Municipal Office. If you have not yet received your tax bill please contact the office to inquire as to your account balance. If a mailing address change is required please notify the Tax Department in writing with the updated mailing address.  We do not take this information over the phone.  Penalty charges will still apply on late payments regardless of any change of mailing address....
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