Come and see classic cars at the Lanark Highlands Classic Car Show on August 3 from 10am-2pm. All the fun will be at Clyde Memorial Park in Lanark.
Fun for everyone, so bring the family!
If you have never been to the Perth Festival Challenge, then this is the year you should come! The Festival challenge is a winner takes all, combination of scavenger hunt/treasure hunt and word jumble that bring history to life. You get to tour the historical treasures of Perth and solve clues at the same time.
The challenge runs Saturday, July 19 10:30am-12:30pm. Hosted by the Tay River Reflections Medical Spa and Fitness Centre. All proceeds go to the Lanark County Palliative Care Services.
For registration and more information visit the Perth Festival Challenge on the web.
Did you know that July 27 is Herbfest? Herbfest is an (Almonte) Ottawa Valley tradition combining a large marketplace of over 90 vendors and artisans, informative lectures, a Chef Cook-off, live entertainment, and much more with time to relax and meander through the beautiful landscaped herbal garden beds.
For more information check out the following website:http://www.herbfest.ca/
Sunday, July 27 stop by the park for a unique display of vehicles or show off your own! Classic or new, all vehicles are welcome! Free shuttle bus is provided for shopping in Smiths Falls 11am to 3pm. All pre-registered vehicles are entered into a special draw.
For more information visit http://www.rollingthundercarclub.com/events.html
Join us at the Carleton Place Canoe Club for a paddling competition at the Carleton Place Canoe Club Regatta. It’s a weekend of canoeing competitions form July 19- July 20.
Paddlers are set to take on the Mississippi River on the weekend of July 19th-20th in Carleton Place. Come out, show your support and cheer them on!
Please click on the following link for more information: http://www.cpcanoeclub.com/Home
Join us at the Campfire Pit near the park amphitheatre in Murphy’s Point for an old-fashioned corn roast this July 26 from 6-10pm. Bring your appetites and enjoy local Lanark County corn smothered in butter…mmmm! There are log benches around the campfire, but you may also want to bring a lawn chair.
Fresh boiled cobs of corn are available for $1.00 each and the Friends of Murphys Point will also be selling soft drinks and cookies. Corn roast ends when the corn runs out, so come early! Plan to stay at the amphitheatre for the evening program that starts at 8 p.m. Dogs are permitted on a 6 foot leash but must be kept away from the food service area. The site is wheelchair accessible.
Remember you must hold a valid Ontario Parks vehicle day use pass, seasonal pass or camping permit for park entry. Your park entry permit can be purchased at the main park gate. Why not come to the park earlier in the day and spend time at the beach or hike one of the many trails before the corn roast? Your vehicle permit is good for the whole day!
Come out to see the traditional fair exhibits in the Agricultural Hall, check out the farm education stalls and pet or pigeon shows, join the horseshoe tournament or children’s games, try your luck at Cow Plop Bingo or Baked Beans Cook-Off, watch the Demolition Derby and Heavy Horse Show, enjoy the live music at night, and have fun at the Midway!
The fair runs from July 18-20 in Almonte, Ontario.
For further information please visit: http://www.almontefair.ca/
( Repeating Weekly on Mon, until September 28, 2014 )
Antique and classic automobile club meets Monday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Perth Civitan Parking lot on Cty. Rd. 43. Bring your classic car and/or come out to see the cars on display.
Info: 613-267-7784 (Mike Alberty)
Join us for Cruise Night at Market Square every Wednesday night between May 14th and September 17th, 2014. All proceeds donated to the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital Foundation.