Community / Service Groups

Bark Lake Cultural Developments

1019 Elm Road, Box 113

Irondale, ON K0M 1X0         705-457-8438

Carol Simmons

historical@irondaleOntario.ca

irondaleontario.ca

Bark Lake Cultural Developments bring together those people interested in the heritage of the Irondale area; collecting, preserving & making accessible - written, audio, photographic, and actual objects pertaining to Irondale’s history; restoring structural history, operating a community museum as well as maintaining the Irondale Church for future generations.

 

Haliburton Chamber of Commerce

195 Highland Street, Box 670

Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

Jennifer Locke – Manager     705-457-4700

Jennifer@haliburtonchamber.com haliburtonchamber.com

The Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in #MyHaliburtonHighlands. Through its leadership, HHCC is committed to strengthening business and community through advocacy, networking, participation, education and services. As a member-based business advocacy organization we are dedicated to providing a strong voice in support of the economic vitality of our community.

 

 

Municipality of Highlands East

2249 Loop Road

Wilberforce, ON K0L 3C0

Joanne Vanier 705-448-2981

info@highlandseast.ca

highlandseast.ca

The Municipality of Highlands East covers 758 square kilometres with over 70 lakes, a multitude of multi-use recreational trails and three mineral collecting sites. Home of the Geocaching Capital of Canada, we have the most popular GeoTour in Canada, comprised of fun, creative caches hidden along trails and scenic locations. Check the Events Calendar on www.highlandseast.ca for the latest happenings. Our Visitor Information Centre, located at the Curling Club in Wilberforce, is open from May to Thanksgiving.

 

 

 

Paudash Trail Blazers

Snowmobile Club

RR1, 878 Old Hungerford Rd

Thomasburg, ON K0K 3H0       416-518-8210

info@paudashtrailblazers.on.ca

paudashtrailblazers.on.ca

We create and maintain over 330 km of snowmobile trails in Haliburton, Peterborough, and Hastings counties. We are primarily a volunteer-based, non-profit organization which was incorporated in 1976. We are a member of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs and one of seven clubs in the OFSC District 2.

 

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 624

1007 Burleigh Road, Box 171

Wilberforce, ON K0L 3C0     705-448-2221

RCL624@bellnet.ca

Monday, Bid Euchre 7pm | Wednesday, Darts 7:30pm Friday, Pool (fall & winter) 1:30pm | Saturday, Meat Draw 2pm | 1st Friday each month Ham & Scalloped Potato Dinner 5-7pm | 2nd Sunday each month, Ladies Auxiliary Breakfast 9am-Noon | 3rd Friday each month, Spaghetti Dinner | 2nd & 4th Friday each month, Community Care Luncheon 55+ Noon - Contact Denice Butler 705-448-8865 | 2nd, & 4th Friday each month, Wing Night 6pm-9pm | 5th Friday as it occurs - Fish & Chips

 

 

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