A message from friends: A few months back, during all the evolving and emotional upheaval, Don and I came up with an idea to get people together for a socially distanced fun event. What could we do? As so many of our traditions and reunions have been put on hold, a floating concert seemed like a great idea … could we make it happen? With Don’s brain working at high speed, a concert from the point off King’s Bay was born!!
On Saturday, July 25th, we invite you all … family, friends and your social bubble to hear the live musical tunes, of the ironically named “Foolish Behaviour”! The first set will begin at 2:00-3:00 and a second set at 3:30-4:30.
Enjoy floating off of King’s Point on Mississagua Lake! Remember water on water, beer on the pier!
Don’t forget the sunscreen!
Don and Sherrie
A note from Little Gull: Please remember the OPP have been on the water so make sure you have all the necessary safety things. And the Fire Ban has been lifted 🙂
Finally some rain! The nice weather has been great but we did need some rain, but we need more. The Fire Ban has not been lifted, nor do we know when it will be (Leah’s crystal ball isn’t working on this one). It’s all up to Mother Nature.
In other news, we are sad to let you know that the organizers have decided that the annual fireworks event will not be taking place this summer. All of the local businesses up here are so grateful for your continued support, especially this year and we hope to see you on the water next year!
With all the time being spent at the cottage for so many of you this summer, it seems likely that an item or two may have mysteriously disappeared off the boat or dock and lies at the bottom of the lake. Many of you may know Kendra from working here at the marina. She would be happy to help you rescue your items, and based on our experience probably will find things you didn’t even know were down there! Send her a text for more info or to book a time.
Another hot sunny weekend and week ahead. We suspected it was just a matter of time before a Fire Ban came in to effect. As of midnight tonight, there is a complete Fire Ban. This means no open flame fires for any reason. Please keep our community safe by respecting this ban.
Because the Community Center is still closed, the 507 is being published online for you. Big thanks to Kathy and her crew for keeping the community newspaper going.
In continued efforts to keep everyone safe, we will not be offering water taxi services this year.
And for those of you who have been missing your weekly trip to visit Don and Bill at the Transfer Station, they are back up and running for normal operations and eagerly await your visits!