Learn a new skill with Mary Intven Wallace, while appreciating the beautiful environment and meeting some new people at 1004 Round The Bay Trail, Big Hawk. Cost for materials $50 for members, $60 for non-members. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll. Space is limited. Thursday June 25th, Rain date Friday June 26th, from 1-4pm.
Agenda includes Deputy Mayor’s update, Shoreline By-law speakers, and RCAF speaker, in addition to coffee, treats and camaraderie, and even a Live Auction! Donations for the Live Auction are always greatly received. Email email@example.com if you have items to include in our fundraising auction. New location & date to be determined.
Unfortunately, we are unable to continue with the plans that we had to remove Abandoned Docks from Big Hawk Lake this summer due to COVID-19 restrictions.The actual removal process will NOT happen until next summer. We will then be asking for your assistance to help us locate where these abandoned docks are, as you know… Read More »Abandoned Docks Program – Postponed until 2021
Sell your creative items from the dock. You can also sell or give away your old stuff. New feature this year is a junk removal service for water access HHLPOA member properties. Look for more info to follow on how to get a quote and the approximate time of this new pick up junk service. … Read More »Floating Markets
The 4th Annual Parade of Lights starts once again with a pre-party at this last cottage on the west shore before going into The Brothers. Or meet the parade with your decorated boat just before sunset at the Foderick-O'Halloran cottage. This year the parade will be going through the Narrows and into Little Hawk Lake… Read More »Parade of Lights
This 6th annual fun event is a chance to meet your lake neighbours, play a little golf - all ability levels welcome - and share a meal. Costs include the meal, golfing and a golf cart with an additional $5 for the prize table. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. The 2019 year's champions were Sharon… Read More »Nine and Dine Golf Scramble
HHLPOA will follow up last year's very successful Bird Seminar by hosting the Haliburton Highlands Field Naturalists, who will present information on a potential Eastern Bluebird Nesting and Monitoring Trail project. Come out and learn more about how you can help keep the Algonquin Highlands bird habitat a great place for the birds and humans… Read More »Eastern Bluebird Presentation