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HHLPOA sponsors and supports many events around the lakes each year.  Here is a list of our upcoming events.

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July 2019

HHLPOA 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

July 6 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am
Camp Kawabi, Big Hawk Lake, 1863 Big Hawk Lake Road
Algonquin Highlands, ON K0M 1J0 Canada
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Please join the HHLPO board of directors and your lake neighbours at our annual general meeting.  Held again at Camp Kawabi on Big Hawk Lake, this annual tradition will begin at 8:30am.

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New for 2019 – “Swap on the Dock” lake wide yard sale

July 20 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Your dock

Time to clear out that storage shed, empty your shelf of old jigsaw puzzles and books and make some room in the dish cupboard - we've got the first ever "Swap on the Dock" event on each of Halls Lake, Big Hawk Lake & Little Hawk Lake. No need to register in advance - just organize your items on your dock, mark them with your price (or give them away for free, your choice) and wait for the buyers to…

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August 2019

Little & Big Hawk Lakes “Parade of Lights”

August 4 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

This sunset cruise was so fun and beautiful last year, it's being held again this year.  Participating boats should be decorated with lights and meet at sunset in Kawabi Bay on Big Hawk Lake.  Be prepared  to cruise the lakes or enjoy the light show from your dock.  If you don't have a boat, you could decorate your dock or cottage with lights too.  Start & end time are approximate & depend on twilight and the number of participating boats…

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Annual Golf Scramble – back by popular demand!

August 16 @ 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Blairhampton Golf Club, Duck Lake Road
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Dust off those clubs and join us at our 5th Annual "Nine & Dine" Golf Scramble at Blairhampton Golf Course.  The emphasis is on fun with a bit of golf as an excuse - all skill levels are welcome. This is a great event to meet new neighbours; no spouses allowed on the same team.  Cost of the tournament includes golf, dinner afterwards & a contribution to the prize.  Please contact Rod Nailer at to sign up.  Space is…

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New for 2019 – HHLPOA Green Up Day & Picnic

August 24 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Elvin Johnson Park, Halls Lake

With a goal of cleaning up the Kennisis River and road, we hope to gather cottagers & residents both by foot and on water for this inaugural event.  Help us make this a success by "greening up" our environment. Start the day at 10am at Elvin Johnson Park on Halls lake for registration, trash collection bags & location assignments.  For those interested, there will be an option to paddle or float the Kennisis River.   We will collect trash until…

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Reduce the Wattage at the Cottage night

August 30 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Your cottage or home

Join HHLPO members as we observe International Dark Skies night.  Turn off the cottage lights and enjoy the spectacular night skies over our lakes.  Please use common sense, as navigational safety remains a priority.  

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September 2019

New for 2019 – Birds & Birding in the North Country

September 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Oakview Lodge, Little Hawk Lake + Google Map

Yes indeed, this seminar is "for the birds"! Join your HHLPOA members and neighbours to learn more about the amazing birds inhabiting the Algonquin Highlands.  Curt Alpeter of Little Hawk Lake will talk about what birds you could see around our lakes, how best to see them, the best times of year for birding as well as ways to help protect them & their habitats. Wine & cheese will be available for purchase during the seminar. This event will be…

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New for 2019 – Abandoned Docks Cleanup

September 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Details regarding meet up points will be provided later this summer, however this event will be the second step in removing trash in the form of abandoned docks from the shores of Big & Little Hawk Lakes.  Docks targeted for removal have already been tagged by our volunteers. Please contact Ken Comrie for more information and to volunteer for this clean up at Please bring safety shoes, work gloves & eye protection - flip flops will not be accepted!

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