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New road cycling routes launched in the Kawarthas


Boyko to close the Lakefield Historical Society Season


International Trails Day and Family Paddle Day


Pentecost in the Park


Lakefield Fairy and Dragon Festival will run for the first year


Trevor Jones brings home gold


Drew Hayden Taylor at Christ Church


Golden Years update


Age friendly plan for Greater Peterborough



















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LDSS facing review as a result of low enrolment

Last Thursday students of Lakefield District Secondary School (LDSS) were sent home with a document describing the school boards plan for the future of the school.
LDSS has been up for review, along with Norwood High School because of low enrolment. Both schools have less then 500 students and could potentially be closed by the 2016-2017 school year.


Two more solar projects proposed for Douro-Dummer

Another Douro-Dummer council meeting, another proposal for solar projects within the Township. On Tuesday evening Rob Hitchcock from Abundant Solar Energy Inc., requested council support for two solar projects in the Dummer Ward. One project is proposed for 440 County Road 40 and the second is slated for 2162 Dummer-Asphodel Road.


Lakefield Lions LobsterFest sold out again

The 5th annual Lakefield LobsterFest will take place this year on Saturday, June 6.
The event has become a very popular evening and was completely sold out this year within 30 minutes.
It takes place at Isabel Morris Park, dinner is served from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. with music and a full bar open until approximately 11:30 p.m.


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