Northcrest district: TVA offers a new visit to the Little Lake cemetery


Trent Valley Archives (TVA) will host their Mark Your Spot Tour at Little Lake Cemetery on August 18 and 25 at 6 p.m. who will examine the tombstones of the cemetery, the mausoleums and the chapel, looking at their unusual decorations and attributes.

“If you take this tour, you will learn about the different types of crosses, the unique use of zinc on some memorials, and why granite rather than limestone is the preferred choice today,” reads a press release. for visits.

Everyone is welcome, but we encourage you to take advantage of visits with members of your circle. Appropriate physical distancing will be observed. Tours take place rain or shine, so dress accordingly.

The cost is $20 per person and registration and advance payment are required. Tickets are available online by visiting, by booking with Heather at 705-745-4404 or by emailing [email protected]

corn roast

Activity Haven is hosting a corn roast on August 26 and community members are invited. Live entertainment will be provided by Four Lanes Wide. Dinner includes corn on the cob, chicken burger, salad and dessert, and will be served at 5:30 p.m. The concert takes place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The cost is $15. Invite your friends and come have a great evening. Please register for dinner by calling the Activity Haven office at 705-876-1670.

Zoo concert

The Peterborough Concert Band performs this Sunday from 3-5 p.m. at the Riverview Park and Zoo Pavilion. This concert is part of the free summer concert series sponsored by the Peterborough Utilities Group. Concerts are held every other Sunday until Labor Day, weather permitting.

Bring your own lawn chair and enjoy the music.

Activity Haven Courses

Registration opens August 22 for teaching programs at Activity Haven with something for everyone. There are several types of yoga, including gentle/hatha yoga, stretch yoga, chair yoga, slow and stretch yoga, and movement and breath hatha yoga. There’s also cardio drumming, balance with Shelley, intermediate and advanced line dancing, circuit training, watercolor for beginners, bone building and movement for men.

For more information, visit or follow them on Facebook. To find out how to become a member or to register for the above programs, call the office at 705-876-1670.

Strain Stories

KWIC (Kawartha World Issues Centre) wants to hear stories about the stumps left behind in the wake of the derecho storm of May 2022; stumps of trees that were important or dear to you. Stories are compiled and shared via KWIC’s Stump Stories.

“Stump Stories aims to make space for the ecological grief experienced by members of the Peterborough/Nogojiwanong community. By inviting personal sharing and reflection on the role of trees in our environment, we hope to destigmatize grief in general and promote collective responses to healing,” reads a statement from the project.

A first volume of community-collected strain stories is now available for viewing on the @kwic_ptbo Instagram page.

If you have a stump story to tell, send your story or poem, photos or drawings to [email protected] Stories may be edited for formatting and clarity.

Tales at the zoo

Storytime in the Park at the Peterborough Public Library is taking place at Riverview Park and Zoo on Tuesday, August 23 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in the zoo gazebo. There will be songs, stories and lots of fun. Bring a blanket, your hat and your singing voice. If the weather isn’t cooperating, you can visit the library’s FOL Community Room on Wednesday mornings at the same time for a walk-in storytime,

Please note that children under five must be accompanied by a carer.

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