Kawarthas Northumberland invites local businesses to be involved in Canada’s first ever waterway “Trail Town” program. This program will feature the Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada as the trail.
Similar programs elsewhere have created trail-friendly towns that successfully entice trail tourists into local business districts, generating millions of dollars in sustainable economic growth for small businesses. (more…)
We held our April Business After Hours in Young’s Point where we did a hop with some of the great businesses in the area. On our hop, we visited with Clearview Cottage Resort, Lockside Trading Co., Young’s Point Personal Training & 24 Hour Fitness, Kinetic Therapeutics, and Old Bridge Inn & Restaurant.
Thank you to to everyone who came out, and thank you to our Networking Event Sponsor Blue Diamond Window Cleaning.
Stop #1 Clearview Cottage Resort
Our first stop on our Young’s Point Hop was Clearview Cottage Resort. Clearview is a family-owned and operated resort for over 50 years, and strives to help families create lasting memories. There are 22 cottages on the property that range from 1-4 bedrooms.
It’s National Volunteer Week, and on April 10th, we hosted our annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast to thank all our wonderful volunteers for all their hard work throughout the year. For the past two years, we’ve also invited our Past Presidents to join us for our breakfast because without their hard work, we would not be the successful Chamber we are today.
We hosted our March Business After Hours at The Canadian Canoe Museum on March 26th, and had an amazing time networking with our Chamber members, learning about some of the non-profits in our area and exploring The Canadian Canoe Museum.
The Canadian Canoe Museum
910 Monaghan Rd., Peterborough, ON, 705-748-9153
Carolyn Hyslop, Executive Director of The Canadian Canoe Museum, welcoming our members to the museum
The museum was founded in 1997, and seeks to highlight and explore the canoe’s significance to the peoples of Canada. It boasts an extensive collection of canoes, kayaks and paddled watercraft – there’s over 100 on display at the museum and over 600 in holding!
1. Join a Committee
One way to get involved with the Kawartha Chamber is by joining one of our Committees. We rely on volunteers to provide their expertise. Getting involved with the Chamber through one of our Committees not only helps support your community and Chamber but can also help you enhance your professional development.
The deadline to apply for a spot on one of our Committees is Monday, January 7th, 2019 at 12:00pm.
- Human Resources/Governance
- Membership & Programs
- Awards of Excellence & Social Gala (late summer, fall commitment)
- Public Policy
Click here to download the Volunteer Expression of Interest Form.
2. Join our Board of Directors
Chamber Board President, Tonya Kraan, STREXER, and 1st Vice President, Mike Walker, Agilec
Another way to get involved with the Kawartha Chamber is by joining our Board of Directors.
The Chamber’s Nominating Committee is currently seeking nominations from our Chamber members for the 2019/20 Board of Directors. The deadline to apply for the Board of Directors is Monday, January 7th, 2019 at 12:00pm.
A board position is a two-year term and is confirmed annually at our Annual General Meeting held in February. Please note, you must be a Chamber member in order to sit on our Board of Directors. In order to submit your name or the name of a current employee who would represent your member business, your Chamber membership must be in good standing (annual dues and other purchases paid).
Click here to download the application form.