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Recreation Program Pilot Project

It was recently announced that Dysart et al was succesful in obtaining a two year grant from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport to undertake a sport and recreation pilot project.  The project will focus on several initiatives including an unstructured, highly accessible, no-cost outdoor recreation program in partnership with the Haliburton County Library through an equipment loan program; an intergenerational Head Lake Trail Walking Program; a structured after-school and summer recreation program in partnership with Point in Time; community wide “Haliburton Try It – Be Active” events and revitalization and promotion of the disc golf course in Head Lake Park. We are currently in the process of recruiting a part-time coordinator to oversee the pilot project in consultation with a steering committee comprised of partners.  The Coordinator will also develop community consultation opportunities and prepare an asset inventory as a means to coordinate...
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Farmers’ Market Hours Changing

The hours of the Haliburton County Farmers’ Market are changing next week to accommodate more lunch time shoppers. The new hours will be Noon until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesdays in Head Lake Park in Haliburton. They will also be extending their stay into early October based on the popularity of the market with both vendors and shoppers....
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Youth Representative Wanted – Cultural Resources Committee

The Dysart et al Cultural Resources Committee is seeking a public appointment for a youth representative due to a vacancy on the committee.  If you are a resident of Dysart et al, who is a youth or represents youth interests, and are available to participate in regular meetings and special events, please submit an expression of interest outlining the skills and experience that you can bring to this unique group.  Expressions of interest will be received by email at: pmartin@dysartetal.ca no later than Wednesday July 24th, 2013.  The Committee meets in the Municipal Council Chambers at 135 Maple Avenue in Haliburton on the fourth Friday of each month, at 1:00 pm.  Members should be comfortable using an online electronic agenda format.  Information about the Committee, its purpose and responsibilities is available on the Municipal Cultural Planning webpage of the Dysart...
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