COUNCIL CONNECTION: Activity-packed Georgina summer continues

Thursday Aug 25th, 2016


Frank Sebo   Georgina Advocate By Frank Sebo It sure has been a hot, dry and sunny summer. Well, except for this past ‎week's downpour where the Jackson's Point BIA annual Painted Perch Festival had to be cut short.  So now, look for a 'mini' festival this Saturday‎ in the Jackson's Point Parkette. There will be music, a chance to vote for your favourite painted perch and an auction where you'll be able to... [read more]

Up the Maskinonge event in Georgina floats stewardship results

Tuesday Oct 4th, 2016


  Paddling up Maskinonge Contributed photo Lorrie Mackness, chair of the Maskinonge River Recovery Project committee, hit the water with Gudrun and Grace to celebrate improved river health and enhanced wildlife habitat.   Georgina Advocate By Heidi Riedner About 40 people hit the water in a dragon boat, canoes and kayaks to tour restoration projects along the shoreline of the Maskinonge River in Keswick during the annual Up the Maskinonge... [read more]

Georgina showing Tragically Hip concert at The ROC

Friday Aug 5th, 2016


  Tragically Hip Karen Longwell / Northumberland News COBOURG -- The Tragically Hip lead singer Gordon Downie performed with the band at the Cobourg Community Centre on June 20, 2013. Via Georgina Advocate By Heidi Riedner  Georgina fans of the Tragically Hip will be able to see the band’s much-touted final Man Machine Poem tour concert on the big screen at The ROC Aug. 20. Georgina is one of many municipalities to host a live... [read more]

Our donation to Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery

Thursday Jun 23rd, 2016


Kathy recently visited Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery to provide them with a donation on behalf of the KCW Foundation for all of the amazing work they do for our community! The Arts Centre & Gallery provides space for music & meetings, a Gallery Shoppe that features contracted local artists, a Native "Biindigen" Gallery & our KidzArt Gallery. The Gallery features eight to ten exhibitions each year showcasing emerging and established artists who work in a variety... [read more]

What's happening in York Region on Canada Day

Thursday Jun 30th, 2016


What's open; what's closed   Content via: Aurora Banner Here's a list of what’s open and what’s not, along with changes in public services, for Canada Day. Services, food and drink: The LCBO, The Beer Store, government offices and banks will be closed on July 1. Canada Post will not collect or deliver mail. Not all grocery stores will close for the holiday, but it’s better to check with your local store before... [read more]



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