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Art on the Dock 7th Annual – Call all KLCOA Artists/Guests to participate in 2021 Event July 17th and 18th

Art on the Dock 7th Annual – Call all KLCOA  Artists/Guests to participate in 2021  Event  July 17th and 18th

Calling all KLCOA Artists and their guest to participate in our 2021 event. Registration Deadline is April 15, 2021. You can reach the registration form by clicking here https://www.klcoa.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/art-on-the-dock-2020.pdf – To download the posterhttps://klcoa-docs.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/AOTD+2021+Call-For-Artists+Poster.jpg For registration instructions:https://klcoa-docs.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/AOTD2021+ExhibitorInfo%26RegistrationFormFillin.jpg To complete registration form: https://klcoa-docs.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/AOTD2021+ExhibitorInfo%26RegistrationFormFillin2.jpg

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2021 KLCOA Calendar of Events Update

2021 KLCOA Calendar of Events Update

Tree Planting Program  –TBD Roadside Cleanup – May 1 and May 2 (Provided that all COVID 19 protocols can be met) Spring General Meeting – Will be a virtual meeting held on Wednesday May 26 at 7:00pm Annual Ladies of the Lake Luncheon – CANCELLED Annual Canada Day Fireworks – TBD Swimming Lessons – CANCELLED Art…

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Webinar on Blue-green Algae Blooms – February 9

Webinar on Blue-green Algae Blooms – February 9

On Tuesday February 9, Environment Haliburton will be hosting an Enviro Cafe webinar on blue-green algae called “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” with Dr. Elizabeth Favot, Assistant Lake Stewardship Co-ordinator for (FOCA) the Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Association. Details and registration link can be found here!

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Letter from the KLCOA President – re Proposed Draft Shoreline Preservation Bylaw

Letter from the KLCOA President – re Proposed Draft Shoreline Preservation Bylaw

I am writing this letter to the KLCOA membership as a result of concerns over recent information and dialog being propagated on social media regarding the Proposed Draft Shoreline Preservation Bylaw.  Unfortunately, there is a lot of mis-quotes and mis-leading information being shared.  I understand that some people are upset and frustrated.  The KLCOA will…

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