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Upcoming Events

Join us at Honey Harbour Park Landing to celebrate a milestone in Canadian history as Canada turns 150 years old this year!

Further to the Notice on page 14 of the 2017 Hoots, the Gala at the Delawana on Friday June 30th will not be happening.


VIEW OUR BROCHURE

Download the HHA brochure, or pick up your copy from one of several local distributors.

New Job Posting!

Become a Summer Ambassador and gain experience in the field of environmental protection.  Learn more.


NEWS AND EVENTS IN HONEY HARBOUR


Honey Harbour association programs

Tennis Club

The Honey Harbour Tennis Club runs May through October and offers members the opportunity to play tennis and participate in tournaments.  Learn more

Winter Patrol

Our winter patrol for Full Members inspects cottages for open doors, broken windows, fallen trees, heavy snowfall loads, break-ins and other damage to your cottage.  Learn more

Church and Fellowship

Sunday morning services at the Pavilion at The Schoolhouse (view map) June through October with a different speaker every Sunday.  All are welcome.  Learn more

Annual Regatta & Family Day

Family fun with a competitive spirit, held on the Saturday of the Civic Holiday Weekend at the Schoolhouse (view map).  Gather up the family and come on out! 

Day Camp

Registration now open for Summer Day Camp, July 4th through August 26th, Mon. - Fri., 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (rain or shine).  Now offering sailing!  Learn more

The Schoolhouse

Renovated and maintained by our Association with the addition of an open air pavilion, The Schoolhouse at Pleasant Point is used for many of our activities and events. View map


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Phragmites Action alert

Georgian Bay Forever has some capacity and funding to help community groups address Phragmites. If you would like their assistance either contact them directly at ExecutiveDirector@georgianbayforever.org or contact gba@georgianbay.ca and someone will put you in touch with them.  Be prepared to provide your name, email address and location on the Bay as well as a general description of the size, age and location of the stand of Phragmites that you wish to eradicate.  

Also providing a picture of the stand of Phrag that you are wanting to deal with will help us to better understand the nature of your challenge.

Read more about Phragmites.