What is going on with the Dewdney Quarry???

Please come join all of the local folks who are opposing this quarry for the latest update.

Their lawyer Eric Gillespie will  be there to explain the upcoming court process and answer any 

Coffee and donuts provided!   😁

Where:   The Bobcaygeon Service Centre (across from the Legion)
 When:    Saturday September 23rd @ 10:00 a.m. 

Your support is most appreciated, hope to see you there!

An Evening of Music and Verse
Murphy’s Barn, Kawartha Settlers Village - Bobcaygeon 
Saturday August 23rd 7:00pm
 Hors-Doeuvres    *    Silent Auction     *    Cash Bar 

George Hewison 
A citizen of Trent Lakes, George began his musical and social justice career in B.C. His first public appearance was in 1960 and he has since performed across the country and abroad on radio, television and in coffee houses, concerts, night clubs, theatres, rallies, conventions and festivals. 

George has been writing and singing songs of Canada’s working people for five decades producing five albums over fifty years. He is founder and lead singer of the “Rank n File Band”. His latest album is entitled “Uncharted Waters”.  

Sue Smith 
A resident of Guelph Ontario, Sue Smith is a singer, songwriter, performer, writer and teacher.  Sue has spent ten years as a part of the acclaimed vocal trio, The Bird Sisters, recording and touringoriginal music across Canada and throughout the U.S., receiving warm welcomes across the land, a healthy radio response and critical acclaim for artistic achievement. 

Sue recently released a debut EP of ONDINE Chorus and a solo album “I’m So”. In 2013 Sue was the recipient of Woman of Distinction Award in Arts and Culture, Guelph.  

Jonathan Lynn 
Originally a native of Kilkenny, Ireland, and now a resident of Trent Lakes, Jonathan has performed widely from Massey Hall, Toronto, to Australia and his home town, Kilkenny. Describing himself as a Spoken Word Artist he dramatically performs theatrical excerpt, recitation, comedy, nostalgia, traditional and original monologues aimed at adult audiences. 

 Amongst other achievements, Jonathan is founder of TIP Splinter, Irish Traditional group who performed throughout Canada, U.S.A. and at The Rose of Tralee Festival in Ireland playing banjo, hammer dulcimer, mandola and clarinet/sax.

We are currently organizing a dance on April 19th 2014! Check back soon for details!
OMB Hearing
The dates were set for the Hearing starting May 20th and ending on June 10th
During the Prehearing we were given dates to hand in Issue, Witness, Experts and Visual Statements and presentations.


Public Meeting at Caygeon Lanes in Bobcaygeon at 10:00am 
This Public Meeting is being put on by Mr. Ritchie himself, not council or the Stop This Quarry group.


We have retained a Planner! He will be coming up Saturday June 9th. You are all invited to join us at 11:30 at 2024 Ledge Rd. Please bring your own lawn chairs. This will be a very important meeting regarding the up coming June 23rd Meeting at Caygeon Lanes. He will be offering us strategy regarding our next steps. Prior to the meeting we will be accompanying him to the site, through the haul route and to surrounding communities so he has a feel for the area and what we are up against.  We at this point have raised the funds to retain Mr. Rowe but this will only take us to the preliminary review stage. Fundraising will be a must and we are as always still accepting donations (there is a donation box at the Bobcaygeon Chamber of Commerce) any little bit helps, cash, check, loose change.

   As you have all seen the council has put notice in The Promoter and Kawartha Lakes this Week regarding the up coming meeting. We need as many people as possible to attend this meeting, council has to know that we are serious about this issue and have previously scoffed that only about 150 turned up against another proposed quarry. This doesn't just affect a small area, Bobcaygeon and surrounding areas will be greatly affected. Noise and dust travel, and the increase in truck traffic on the roads will be unbelievable.

   I am happy to announce we now have a website, although this website will be going thru some drastic design changes in the next week or so you can simply access it through the url

Looking forward to seeing you all Saturday!

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