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Volunteer Fire-fighters are needed in Highland East Station 3

Be part of the tradition

Be part of the Family

Be part of the Community

For More Information

Call Commander Dawson Haywood 705-854-1359

Spring Run Off Notice & Flood Updates

Kids Fun Night

6pm – 7:30pm at the Community Centre. Ages 4 and up. A night for kids to run around, play games, get to know each other and have lots of fun. Children must be supervised by their parents.
This Fun Night is supervised by the parents in attendance. No cost for parents wishing to bring their children.
Contact Jennifer for more information 705 447-2556

Kids Karate

The kids karate program runs Tuesday evenings from Fall to Spring at the Robert McCausland Community Center.

For more information please contact instructor Denise Winder at 705 447-2953

Community Spirit Award

We are looking for the community to choose the recipient of the Community Spirit Award to be given out at the Christmas Dinner.
Please submit in 25 words or less, who you would nominate and why.

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Cardio Combat Fitness Classes

Every Tuesday evening at the Community Center from 7:15pm – 8pm.
Only $5.00 per class.

Toning exercises, a cardio workout followed by a session of cool –down stretching.
A great class if you want to work up a sweat!

Adult Dance/Fitness Classes

Adult Dance Fitness classes will resume in November on Thursday nights. Keep checking back for more information.

LCBO Gooderham Store

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Bobby Craftchick Rig n’ Jig Memorial Fishing Derby

Fishing Derby

Horseshoe Days

Horseshoe Days was started back in the mid-seventies, when it was called the “Little Brown Bottle Day”. The main street was closed off to traffic and all the concession booths, amateur contest and dance were located there.

Everyone joined in and the refreshments were served from a boat filled with ice. All the locals got involved, helping out with fencing off the street, setting up the booths and keeping the area clean. In the early 80’s the name was changed to the “Gooderham Horseshoe Days” and moved to the area of the Fire Hall and Community Centre. The Reeve at that time was Robert McCausland. Rides were brought in for the kids along with games, food booths and tables where local and surrounding area residents could show off their handiwork.

This is where the demolition derby was started by the local Fire Department and they did the registering, supervising and preparing of the prizes. To this day, the Demolition Derby along with the Saturday events is still going on.