From 1 pm to 2 pm, join us for a free Easter Egg Hunt co-hosted by Friends of Cedar Bay and Sioux Lookout Beaver Scouts, and supported in-part by Drayton Cash & Carry. Come walk, ski, snowmobile, fat-bike, kick-sled, hike or sled down to the Cozy Cabin lake shore with…
Clara, Sioux Lookout’s Rotary exchange student from Belgium, is selling Belgium Waffles as a Shelter Box fundraiser at Cozy Cabin on March 3, 2018 from 12 – 4 pm.
Friends of Cedar Bay have Family Day Monday covered! Come out to the barn for pony rides! Have you been wanting to try out the new snowshoe trail? Or are you interested in kicksledding? What about Fat Biking? Cozy Cabin will be open and we’ll have snowshoes and kicksleds along…
Join us for dog sledding at Cedar Bay over the Family Day Weekend!
The annual Christmas Craft Fair will be held on Saturday December 2nd from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Sioux Lookout Recreation Centre (in the gymnasium).
November is Woman Abuse Prevention Month Join us at the Cedar Bay Riding Centre on Saturday November 5 from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. There will also be a bonfire with roasted marshmallows, BBQ hot dogs and hot chocolate. Come on out and have some fun!
Join us at St. Andrew’s United Church for a presentation on Bee Sustainability, Tuesday August 30th at 7:00 pm. Scroll down to view video clips on the importance of bees. Silence of the Bees More Than Honey
Join Aileen Urquhart on Saturday at the Cedar Bay pavilion from 10:00 am until 12:00 noon to make an wildflower and grass garden angel. Please bring scissors, cord or string and any flowers you want to be part of your creation; basic wild flowers will be available. Grass Angel Poster…
“We think it’s critically important for everybody to understand the importance of our freshwater.” – Pauline Gerrard, Education & Outreach Experimental Lakes Area
“The purpose is to make children aware of the value of water, of the need to protect it, of the need to consume it, and of the need not to pollute it.”
” We have so much water and we don’t want our children to take it for granted, we want them to appreciate it.” – Florence Woolner, Chair, Friends of Cedar Bay Water Festival
“The birds, the trees, the grass, the animals, fish, the humans – we have to be thankful with the water.” – Romaine Lyon
Video courtesy of Shaw TV Dryden