2019 Thanksgiving Football Game

Sturgeon Point’s Annual
“Turkey Bowl”

Each year on Thanksgiving a group of folks gather at Sturgeon Point to toss the ol’ pigskin around and have a grand ol’ time. Over the past several years this event has taken place at 33 Henry St.


Location – “Rigadoon” – 33 Henry Street (Wisener cottage)

Date – Sunday, October 13th

Time – 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Whether you are interested in playing or just watching and socializing with friends and neighbours everyone is welcome!

Please bring your own lawn chair/blanket and beverage of choice.

The format of the game is touch football for all ages. Teams are distinguished as “Hats” and “No-Hats” so if you plan to play, please bring a hat with you.

Kawartha Lakes Incentive Grant Program

June 13, 2019 – A new program has launched in the City of Kawartha Lakes to provide incentive funding for landowners and community groups who undertake projects that will improve the quality of surface water across the municipality.

The Kawartha Lakes Incentive Grant Program will assist with implementing best management practices on private land within the municipality. Up to $30,000 is available for landowner incentives with an additional $10,000 available for community groups.

“What we have heard repeatedly is the need for an incentive-based program to assist with projects,” explained Holly Shipclark, Stewardship Coordinator at Kawartha Conservation. “Through extensive community consultation, we developed the Implementation Action Plan, which in conjunction with our lake management plans and implementation plans, outline how we can support our lakes and the actions homeowners can take to be part of ensuringthe health of our lake today and in the future.”

The newly-launched Kawartha Lakes Incentive Grant Program will further support efforts to protect and enhance lake quality and health through a variety of stewardship projects.

“This new fund it a great opportunity for landowners and community groups who want to get involved with helping the environment and getting incentive grants to do part of thework,” said Ms. Shipclark. “The landowner wins, the community wins, and the health and quality of our lakes win.”

The new program will have an initial single intake, with completed community grant proposals due by July 31. All initial site visits for the landowner grants must be completedby July 19 with the complete application submitted by July 31.

“It is a quick turn-around time for applications, but we know there is a number of property owners and community groups who have some great ideas and great projects that thisincentive program would be ideal for,” said Ms. Shipclark. “We look forward to working with landowners and community groups to help bring their projects to fruition.”

To learn more about the Kawartha Lakes Incentive Grant Program visit Kawartha Conservation online at http://kawarthaconservation.com/stewardship/landowner-incentive-grants or contact Holly Shipclark by email at [email protected] or call 705.328.2271 ext. 240.