B.E.L. Rotary Club - Box 249, Bridgenorth, ON, K0L 1H0
Chemung Lake District Lions Club - Box 25, Bridgenorth, ON, K0L 1H0
Ennismore Optimist Club - Box 346, Bridgenorth, ON, K0L 1H0
St. Martin's Knights of Columbus - 513 Ennis Rd., General Delivery, Ennismore, ON, K0L 1T0
Lakefield & District Lions Club - Box 202, Lakefield, ON, K0L 2H0
Lakefield and District Lioness Lions Club - Box 1141, Lakefield, ON, K0L 2H0
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 77 - Box 95, Lakefield, ON, K0L 2H0
Peterborough Power and Sail Squadron - www.peterboroughsafeboating.org
Lakefield Historical Society
P.O. Box 1215, Lakefield ON, K0L 2H0. Meet at 7 PM on the last Thursday of the following months: Sept, Oct, Nov, Mar, April and May at the Royal Canadian Legion in Lakefield. Contact Don Webster 705-876-6449 or Don Willcock 705-768-6602.
Smith Ennismore Historical Society
Heritage Learning Centre, 826 Ward Street Bridgenorth
Geneology and Family Trees, Monthly meetings 3rd Thursday of every month at 1:30pm. Everyone Welcome contact 705-292-9430 or contact Bernice Harris at 705-742-7390 or visit www.sehs.on.ca
Smith Ennismore Lakefield Museum - a division of Smith Ennismore Historical Society
Offers actual historical documents of Early Smith Township with free computerized genealogy, and research of local history. Open to the public Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1pm-4pm. 705-292-9430 or contact Bernice Harris at 705-742-7390 or email to: email@example.com. Visit www.sehs.on.ca. Volunteers Welcome!
Lakefield and District Horticultural Society
Free meetings at the Marshland Centre are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7.30 p.m. from February to May and September to November. Featuring guest speakers and floral exhibits. Proceeds from annual plant sale in May and Antique Sale and Flower Show in August finance beautification around the Village. Contact Dot Smith 705-652-0684 or visit www.lakefieldhort.org
Lakefield Animal Welfare Society-LAWS
The Lakefield Animal Welfare Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the safety and well-being of companion animals and to ensuring the humane treatment of abandoned and stray animals. Watch for details and updates on all of our events on our website www.lakefieldanimalwelfare.org or call us at 705-652-0588
Bridgenorth Business Association
The BBA is a not-for-profit organiztion with a membership in excess of 100 local businesses. Its mandate is to work with local governments, agencies, and other businesses to develop a healthy and prosperous business environment. Contact information: 871 Ward St., Bridgenorth, ON K0L 1H0 firstname.lastname@example.org and www.bridgenorthbusiness.ca
Bridgenorth Beautification Committee
The BBC is a volunteer organization formed to beautify the streetscape of the Hamlet of Bridgenorth. Directos meet the second Thursday of each month to plan fundraising events and gardening/beautification projects. For more information call 705-977-2608 or email email@example.com or visit www.bridgenorth.ca Mail: BBC, P.O. Box 261, Bridgenorth ON K0L 1H0
Ennismore and District Horticultural Society
The (EDHS) invites you to become a part of our movement to foster the love of gardening while enhancing the natural beauty of Ennismore. Horticulturally themed monthly meetings take place on the third Thursday of each month from February to November with no meeting in August. Meetings include guest speakers, workshops, garden tours and more! Join us as we beautify Ennismore. Club house: 531 Ennis Road, next to the Ennismore Library; social time starting at 6:30 pm meetings start at 7:00 pm. All are welcome. Annual membership is $15 per person or $20 per couple. Please contact Sarah Sullivan at 705-292-6209 or Helen Young at 705-292-9483 for more information.
Ennismore Sprouts Youth Horticultural Society
Meets on the second Thursday of each month. Annual membership: $5.00.
President: Sarah Sullivan 705-292-6209
Vice President: Helen Young 705-292-9483
Secretary: Susanne Gardiner 705-957-5036
Why not come out and join our group? We are a member society of the Ontario Horticultural Association and together we are all working to Keep Ontario Beautiful.
Buckhorn District Tourist Assoication (BDTA)
Provides information to tourists about local overnight accommodations including luxury resorts, waterfront cottage resorts, country inns, bed and breakfasts, and trailer parks. Maintains website of local calendar of events, attractions, and accommodations. The Information Booth is located near the locks in downtown Buckhorn, beside the liquor store.
1987 Lakehurst Rd.,
Buckhorn, Ontario K0L 1J0
The Township of Selwyn recognizes the importance of seniors in our community and as such has developed an extensive senior plan. The plan highlights nine recommendations to help meet the current and future demands of seniors in our community. Seniors Sevices Webpage.