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Haliburton Lake Tour
courtesy of  Robert G. Miller  
Drone Tour of Haliburton Lake courtesy of Drew & Kristin Bishop, Chestnut  Reality
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  • 2024 HLCA Annual General Meeting – Saturday May 18, 2024 at 10:00 am located at the HLCA Hall.

  • Click here to see the 2024 HLCA AGM Agenda

  • If you are interested in being a Board Member, please let Brent know (president@haliburtonlake.com) prior to the meeting as we will be putting forward a slate. Please consider getting involved.

  • Canada Day Fireworks: Weather permitting, fireworks will be going off Saturday, June 29th at dusk.  The beach will be closed at 3:00 for set-up.  Note: dusk is approximately 9:15 PM  

    Please note that the public beach will be closed at 3pm for the commercial fireworks set up as per the permit regulations issued by the Fire Marshall of Dysart et al.

    Viewing the fireworks will not be permitted from the public beach.  Markers will be deployed in the water that will determine the viewing area for boats.    See Map 
     
    We are looking for a volunteer to patrol the beach to make sure that the viewing limits at the public beach are maintained. If you are interested, please email president@haliburtonlake.com.

  • Christmas in July – June 29th - Start the summer off with a winter blast. Enjoy, Cookie decorating, Snow Cones, Frozen Hot Chocolate, Crafts and of course Picture with Santa! The event will run from 9:30am to 12:30pm at the public beach. Thank you to all those who volunteered! 

  • Regatta – Aug 3rd, - Rain date TBA - (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road, more info on our website haliburtonlake.com)

  • Weekly Swimming Lessons - Swimming lessons will begin at the public beach on July 1st.  Lessons are offered under the Lifesaving Society Program.  The lessons run Monday to Friday each week and are a half hour in length with the exception of Rookie, Ranger and Star levels that are an hour in length.  Lessons run on a weekly basis, with one lesson each day from Monday to Friday.

    Please register using this link:  Swimminng Enroll Now | newhaliburton (haliburtonlake.com)

    Those that pre-register by Sunday afternoon at 4pm will be notified of their lesson time later Sunday evening.

    Registration is also available at the Public Beach on Monday mornings at 9am.  (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road, more info on our website haliburtonlake.com)

  • Softball Wednesdays –  Softball starts on Wednesday July 3rd to August 14th  at 3:00pm at the public beach. (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road)

  • Kids Bingo – Weekly on Tuesday nights at the HLCA Hall at 7:00 pm starting July 9th to August 13th .  Pizza Bingo is back: TBA.

  • Rock Bass Fishing Derby first weigh in start will occur Sunday July 14th  to July 18th 12:00 to 12:30 pm (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road)

  • Corn Roast – August 24th - (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road, The HLCA is pleased to announce that we are bringing back the Corn Roast.  This will take place at the public beach on Saturday August 26th from 4:00pm until 8:00pm.                                                          We are in need of volunteers to roast corn, serve food, and handle tickets.  If you can help, please email president@haliburtonlake.ca
    We are also featuring a live band.  The Impish Grins will be providing the entertainment.  More details to follow.

    THE IMPISH GRINS 

Membership Drive Kick Off – March 1, 2024

HLCA kicked of the 2024 membership drive. Membership letters have been sent out to 625 property owners on Haliburton, Oblong and Ross Lakes. Last year was very successful. Our membership levels are about 380, currently membership is about 60% of the lake, paying 100% of the benefits to all property owners.

The HLCA does many, many beneficial things for the lake community. When you decide whether or not to join, please imagine what our community would be like without the services, events, and advocacy the HLCA has to offer. Can you picture what it would be like without the navigation markers no longer placed and replaced throughout the boating season, the boat ramps not maintained or gone? Can you picture cancellation of the Canada Day Fireworks, or the Regatta festival, or even the loss of the ability to offer swimming lessons to our children, plus mid week children’s activities? What if there was the loss of ongoing communications and advocacy on many issues such as environmental, roads and the landfill? Did you know very few lake associations have their own hall for association needs?

What is offered by the HLCA cannot be replaced by government services. It is very much in the interest of every property owner on Haliburton, Oblong and Ross Lakes to be a member of the Lake Association for the nominal fee. A healthy, vibrant, vocal Lake Association adds safety, convenience, and property value to every property on the Lakes, just ask a real estate agent.

Please review our 2024 Membership Letter

Joining is easy and you have three options;

  1. Our website is setup to accept major credit cards and PayPal when you renew your HLCA Membership Online.

  2. By e-transfer to membership@haliburtonlake.com

  3. By cheque, simply completing the membership  form and mail to, HLCA 5041 Haliburton Lake Road, Haliburton, ONT, K0M 1S0

Click on the button above and you find lots of great information and also the importance on sharing the lake together. 

This year's Annual General Meeting date is May 18, 2024 at 10:00am Come to hear about the wonderful things going on at the lake, and stay to enjoy a burger and beer.

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Closing up the cottage in the fall is an important task for every cabin owner. Here is a good checklist to help you winterize the cabin.

Shoreline Assessment Update

Our biggest 2017 initiative was the shoreline assessment program lead by the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA). 

Almost 625 shoreline properties were assessed in May and into June. You should have received your private personal shoreline assessments. If you did not receive your confidential copy of your shoreline assessment, please contact President@haliburtonlake.com 

How HLCA makes and maintain navigation markers. Courtesy of Robert Bevan (click button above) 

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