What's On Now - Events in The Kawarthas
One of our most popular columns! Find out who's playing where this weekend, from Bobcaygeon to Burleigh to Peterborough.
Major, interesting and unusual events that our editors have deemed to be worthy of our endorsement and promotion across The Kawarthas.
Gallery openings, exhibitions, theatre, performance art, dance and more! Celebrate local talent and the venues that attract great talent.
From networking meetings to conferences to Chambers of Commerce, we are the only online source for business events anywhere in the Kawarthas.
Concerts: indoor, outdoor, series, folk, blues, jazz, classical and rock kawarthaNOW.com has them all listed! Promote your concert event here for free!
Movie listings from cinemas and drive-ins across the Kawarthas. We're the only local site to compile this information in one place for your convenience.
Concerts, plays, performances, and community events coming to the main stage and to The Nexicom Lounge at Peterborough's downtown centre for the performing arts.
Film festivals, theatres, and organizations screening classic, independent, and foreign language films (and some first-run movies too).
kawarthaNOW.com covers regional ongoing events! Is your event listed? Post it for free!
Events designed just for Kawartha kids. Great things to do indoors and out! Be sure to watch this column during school holidays for special events.
These events are designed for the tweens and teenagers - kids or "youth" that are about age 12 and up! Events listed are throughout The Kawarthas.
Rewire your thinking about aging with our events for seniors. Many events are happening throughout the entire area - check out our column for all of them!
Peterborough's Activity Haven Seniors Centre offers a wide range of activities and programs for people over 50 years of age. Here's our list of upcoming events.
The Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough is an engaging, family-friendly place that offers a fascinating look at Canadian history as seen from a canoe.
Kawartha Settlers' Village in Bobcaygeon is home to a fascinating collection of historic homes, artifacts and buildings. Experience what life was like for pioneers in the Kawarthas!
Globus Theatre at Bobcaygeon's Lakeview Arts Barn stages innovative & creative productions including professional summer theatre with a 3-course dinner option prior to evening performances.
The Kawarthas are a year round playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Our outdoors column is your first stop for weekend and outdoor planning.
From men wearing red shoes to pink paddles, we promote worthy fundraising events in the Kawarthas. Help the community and join in! Post your event for free.
Individual and team sports competitions, games, and fitness and recreational activities throughout the Kawarthas.
By Stu Harrison.
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Seasonal Events in The Kawarthas
Mother's Day is May 9! Created in the U.S. in 1907, it's now celebrated globally as the day to honour mothers and motherhood. Here's our list of events in the Kawarthas for Mom (and don't forget to call yours).
April is Earth Month, with Earth Day on Friday, April 22. During and around Earth Month, many Kawartha communities organize volunteer activities to clean up the local environment.
The 22nd season of Public Energy, Peterborough's window on the world of contemporary dance, theatre, and performance.
Established in 1967 to celebrate and preserve the rural history of the area, Lang Pioneer Village features over 20 restored and furnished buildings built between 1820 and 1899 and a working Grist Mill built in 1846.
Events related to the environment and ecology, as well as workshops of interest to gardeners.
From Spring to mid Fall the Kawarthas are rich with bounty and outdoor markets. Check out our guide and send us your favourites.
One of the best things about The Kawarthas is that there is always a trail nearby! Check out our guide to regional trails!
We're always within driving distance to a Provincial Park. Here is our guide to local day and overnight parks.
The Zoo is always a popular spot! Check out our summary of their current events.