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https://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/lakes/enjoy-fresh-produce-and-fall-splendour-at-the-kinmount-farmers-market/

Autumn is an ideal time to visit the farmers’ market in Kinmount.

The vendors - local producers and artists - set up their tables along the bank of the Burnt River between the historic railway station and the Austin Sawmill Heritage Park.

The riverside spot is a lovely setting for a Saturday morning market.
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https://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/buyers/buying-a-getaway-in-ontarios-cottage-hot-spots/

Buying a Getaway in Ontario’s Cottage Hot Spots

Gail McCormack, the owner of Kawartha Waterfront Realty, recently shared her observations about this year’s cottage market in the Kawartha Lakes with Tess Kalinowski, a real estate reporter for the Toronto Star.
Here are a few interesting insights from the article:
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It all pops and comes alive in cottage country in early May. A sure sign of the approach of a new cottage season is the opening of the Trent-Severn Waterway. The locks open on May 20. Here are the hours of operation for 2016. Happy boating. https://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/article/trent-severn-waterway-2016-hours-of-operation/
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Dredging at Your Cottage in the Kawarthas

If you own a waterfront cottage in the Kawarthas, perhaps you’ve dreamed about deeper water close to your shoreline that’s more idyllic for swimming. Indeed, some people don’t want to wade out into chest-deep water to swim. Kawartha cottagers who seek deeper waterfront but don’t want to sell their cottages will often investigate the prospects for dredging on their property.

https://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/cottage/dredging-at-your-cottage-in-the-kawarthas/
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Do You Have a Cottage on Balsam Lake? Recycle Your Old Electronics Here

The idea of spring cleaning – and purging – can be daunting. If you’re gearing up to clean and cull at your Balsam Lake cottage, getting rid of your old, unwanted electronics has just become less tedious and complicated...

https://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/cottage/do-you-have-a-cottage-on-balsam-lake-recycle-your-old-electronics-here/
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Spring is quickly approaching, with warmer temperatures expected this week. That means people will be looking forward to getting outdoors. Warmer temperatures, however, also bring rain, melting snow and ice, which can contribute to higher, faster-flowing water in watercourses. Slippery and unstable stream banks and cold water temperatures can also lead to very hazardous conditions close to any body of water.

http://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/article/warmer-temperatures-coming-be-careful-around-waterways/
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The 2016 Spring Kawartha Lakes Community Guide is Now Available

As a cottage owner, you know Kawartha Lakes offers four seasons of recreational and leisure activities to suit every age and interest.
Whether you’re interested in organized sports, aquatic programs, fitness programs, tennis, squash, summer camps, hiking and walking trails, Kawartha Lakes has the activity and program just for you.

http://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/article/the-2016-spring-kawartha-lakes-community-guide-is-now-available/
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“Once the work is complete on the roads identified in the 2016 program, motorists will notice a dramatic improvement,” explained senior engineering technician, Martin Sadowski. “This annual program is an important component of protecting, maintaining, and improving our roads infrastructure.”

Work on the extensive 2016 program is scheduled to begin in May and end in October.

http://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/article/kawartha-lakes-launching-3.6-million-road-resurfacing-program-in-may/
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Kawartha Lakes council members have endorsed a plan to see the city transition to clear garbage bags as of January 1, 2017.

Part of the new council-approved making waste matter: integrated waste management strategy, the clear garbage bag program is expected to divert upwards of 600 tons of waste annually.

http://www.kawarthawaterfront.com/blog/article/kawartha-lakes-clear-bag-program-promotes-diversion-and-sustainability/
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