The AAC is a not for profit charitable organization. The AAC strives to contribute to the cultural life of the community by recognizing and supporting the local artists and cultural groups working within the North Hasting region.
We strive to provide a strong voice for the arts in Haliburton County. We serve as a catalyst for community economic development through the arts; & contribute to the vibrancy of the arts and community life.
Welcome to Camp Kennebec, a wonderful place where kids & teens with special needs have a great time, accomplish more than they ever expected, make new friends, and best of all, create the fabulous summer memories they deserve!
Syndicated radio features including the Cottage Country Report on radio-free event listings within program guidelines on radio stations in and out of region... Commercial time available for companies wishing to advertise.
Hobby Clubs of Rock & Mineral Collectors
The Friends of the Petawawa Research Forest was established to support, promote and protect the PRF for continued scientific study, environmental ed. and public recreation. The PRF Visitor Centre is open June to Sept; forest and ski trails open all year.
A part of a 2,000 kilometer system of trails in the Haliburton Highlands. Home to the largest managed ATV trails systems in Ontario. These trails which are mapped, signed and insured, range from smooth to rough terrain and offer a variety for riders.
We are a community based organization which encourages the development, implementation and sustainability of initiatives that promote community development and job creation while maintaining our quality of life.
The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce wants to see every business in Haliburton County a thriving, successful venture year round, bringing wealth and prosperity to both the business community and its people.
The Haliburton Highlands Cycling Coalition advocates for and promotes cycling in the Haliburton Highlands. Our Cycling Map is available throughout the county. Whether you are planning for a leisurely tour or a long training ride, there's a route for you
Haliburton Highlands Land Trust is a non-profit, non-governmental, registered environmental charity. Its mission is to protect the natural heritage of Haliburton County for future generations. Outdoor and/or educational events are offered.
The non-profit community based association is dedicated to the maintenance of these high quality groomed trails that will provide enjoyment for skiers of all levels. We offer some of the best cross country skiing in all of Ontario.
The HHOA is a non-profit organization. We are a dynamic association that produces and stocks 1000's of fish for local lakes; collects eggs for raising new stock; rehabilitates shorelines and spawning grounds. Public tours are available.
Colourfest: Named "Best fall fest yet!" by Haliburton Echo. It boasts vibrant street displays, headliner entertainment, vintage cars, hockey tournament/dance, OPP Golden Helmets, inflatables, see colours bus ride, contests, and a pancake breakfast!
We are the Maple Syrup Capital of Ontario. Our sugar maple trees create the most dramatic fall colours in the world. Bring your camera, meander through historic villages and capture our breathtaking 7 wonders of Lanark County.
We are a non-profit organization directed by a group of volunteer business members. We represent the business community and provide representation for the issues effecting the business and social climate of our community.
M&HHBA is an all volunteer, not-for-profit corporation of 100 + businesses that promotes Hastings Highlands as a great place to live and work.
The Haliburton County Fair, sponsored by the Minden Agricultural Society is celebrating it's 149th anniversay in 2013. Features live entertainment, exhibits, kids activities, horse pulls, demolition derby, and much more.
Renfrew Ontario is where the NHA later to be named the NHL began. Ambrose O'Brien financed by his father M.J. O'Brien, started the NHA in 1909 and a Montreal hockey team very soon after to be named the Montreal Canadians.
We are a community, volunteer based Hatchery with federal charitable status. It is a membership driven organization, relying on contributions from its members, sponsors and partners. Please support our commercial partners whenever possible.
226 seat air conditioned theatre with wheel chair access,good lighting, sound equipment, dressing rooms and green room. The seating is raked so all seats in the house are good. For more information on rental or events please contact the theatre manager
The O'Hara Mill Homestead is a pioneer farm homestead tourist attraction consisting of 10 pioneer buildings, including the oldest water-powered sawmill operating in it's original location in Ontario. Nature trails. Picnic areas. Special heritage events.
The Ontario Federation of Trail Riders (OFTR) is an Ontario Not-For-Profit organization that incorporated in 1992 with the goal of educating off road motorcycle riders and promoting safe and responsible riding.
Official destination marketing organization for the Upper Ottawa Valley (Renfrew County). The Ottawa Valley stretches from Ottawa, Canada's Capital, westward to the world-renowned Algonquin Provincial Park.
The Renfrew County ATV Club works with the Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance offering ATV'ing excitement on its many miles of managed trails that meander through forests, lake view vistas and remarkable Ontario Lanscapes. Explore a 400-kilometre net
The Renfrew Industrial Commission (RIC) develops and supports industry and commercial enterprise including tourism. The Renfrew & Area Tourism Committee operates under the aegis of the RIC with stakeholder members from town council, the BIA and Chamber.
The Smiths Falls & District Chamber of Commerce is the Voice of Commerce dedicated to the promotion of economic development and prosperity for the enrichment of the community.
SNOW COUNTRY OFSC DISTRICT 6 is dedicated to providing leadership and support to District 6 snowmobile clubs, to establish and maintain quality snowmobile trails throughout the region in conjunction with its member clubs and associates, that will be used
The first village video directory of its kind in Canada. Enjoy video tours of restaurants, inns, pubs, spas, shops, art work, festivals and entertainment that capture the unique flavour of Merrickville, ON.
Centred in Bancroft, Ontario, The Rural Overland Utility Transit (affectionately known as the TROUT), offers a unique four-component fully accessible public transit service in seven municipalities.
Our mission is to provide meaningful information to drive informed labour market decisions. We do this by creating opportunities for partnership development activities and projects to respond to labour market needs.