Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Oct 31 – Nov 06

Ξ October 31st, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Autumn, Canada, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, weather |

The Three Sisters mountains in the early morning as taken at Silvertip Resort - The Weather Network

The Three Sisters mountains in the early morning as taken at Silvertip Resort - The Weather Network

Maple Lake – Haliburton Highlands Forecast for 10.31 – 11.05.2009

Weather Overnight Friday thru Saturday Evening

Weather Overnight Friday thru Saturday Evening

Haliburton County – Maple Lake Weather forecast 10.31.09

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands on Saturday is a mixture of “rain” and “cloudy with showers” throughout the day. The highest temperature of the day is  in the morning at 52°F. Temperatures will drop throughout the day on Saturday with an evening low of  39°F.

Here’s a rundown on the temperatures for the week of October 31 through Nov. 05, 2009.

Sunday, expect isolated showers in the afternoon with a high of  45°F. A nighttime low of 32°F closes out the weekend.

The traditional workweek on Monday is predicted to include isolated showers and a high temperature of of 46°F. Overnight lows will be about 29°F.

Tuesday, expect cloudy periods with a daytime high of 43°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 29°F.

Wednesday, expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 39°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be 24°F.

Thursday expect expect cloudy with showers with a high of 36°F. Expect an overnight low  of 27°F.

Friday afternoon expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 32°F. Lows Friday night will be 26F°.

Have a great week!

Long Term Weather Forecast - Haliburton Highlands / Maple Lake Ontario

Long Term Weather Forecast - Haliburton Highlands / Maple Lake Ontario

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A Spooky Night at the Minden Hills Museum – FREE, October 29, 6:30pm

Ξ October 28th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Autumn, Canada, cottage country, entertainment, events, family, Haliburton Highlands, Ontario |

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There are ghosts in the Hills of Minden and you are invited to this free and fun-for-your-whole- family Halloween outing being held there.

Rumour has it that the Minden Hills Cultural Centre’s security guard has unearthed a fragile letter written in code.

You are invited to be a witness as he unravels the rhyme. But be warned! There may be danger! The museums harbour a ghostly past. Will the past pay a visit to the present?

If you still have your wits about you be sure to come by the bonfire for spooky storytelling with Mike Jaycock and Haliburton Highland actors who will guarantee that you will have a ‘howling good time ’round the bonfire’!

There will be treats for the kids to enjoy, too!
Be sure to bring some blankets and flashlights.

For more information call 705-286-3763 or email gallery@mindenhills.ca.
Visit Website: www.mindenculturalcentre.com

This is a non-sponsored message in support of the Highlands community and events taking place in and around it.

 

Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Oct 24 – 31

Ξ October 24th, 2009 | → Comments Off on Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Oct 24 – 31 | ∇ Autumn, family, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, Ontario, Photography, webcam |

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Haileybury, Ontario, CA  - Snow Day by Chuck Brussard 10.22.09 for The Weather Network

Haileybury, Ontario, CA - Snow Day by Chuck Brussard 10.22.09 for The Weather Network

Maple Lake – Haliburton Highlands Forecast for 10.25 – 10.30.2009

Long-Term Weather - Haliburton Highlands Forecast - October 24-30-2009

Short Term Weather - Haliburton Highlands - October 24-2009

Haliburton County – Maple Lake Weather forecast 10.24.09

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands on Saturday starts off  partly sunny before segueing into a cloudy-with-showers period that lasts at first only until Sunday when there is a break, before continuing  for the rest of the week to rain. every. single. day.

Boo! is right!

Here’s a rundown on the temperatures for the week of October 24 through 30, 2009.

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Sunday morning begins with variable cloudiness and a high of 45°F. A nighttime low of  29°F closes out the weekend.

The traditional workweek on Monday is predicted to be cloudy with showers with a high of 45°F. Overnight lows will be about 27°F.

Tuesday, expect cloudy with showers with a daytime high of 48°F.  Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 39°F.

Wednesday, expect cloudy with showers with a daytime high of  50°F.  Overnight temperatures are expected to be 41°F.

Thursday is expected to have light rain with a high of 52°F.   Expect an overnight low again, of  41°F.

Friday afternoon expect cloudy with showers with a daytime high of  52°F. Lows Friday night will be 39F°

Have a great week!

Enjoy the photos I took from Ontario webcams at sunrise  on Oct 23. Click on them to enlarge them!

 

Rails End Gallery & Art Centre: A Canadian Charity, presents Sandra Hawkins: Ecology of Narrative Space

Ξ October 17th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ art/crafts, Canada, cottage country, events, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Ontario |

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Again using the wonderful free community resource, “What’s Happening This Week In The Haliburton Highlands,” I’ve found yet another interesting artistic presentation that I would attend, absolutely. The name of the exhibition is is Sandra Hawkins: Ecology of Narrative Space, which is a sort of mysterious and intriguing-sounding topic, I think. Want to know what it is? I did, so I’m going to  give you my interpretation (I looked up “in situ” to make sure I was understanding it correctly). The title of this artistic endeavor refers to what the exhibition is composed of — 30 photo montage prints (there is a thumbnail example of one of them above). Taken all together, the photo montage prints have been named Arctic Crisis Project, Parts 1 & 2. In addition there is an in situ installation (in situ, within this context, means “in the original or natural place or site”) titled, Water Leak involving an aerial video projection.

Through aesthetic poetics of composition, light and sound, the artist “repositions” personal and public experiences in the Arctic thirty years ago, into a “contemporary aesthetic and socio-environmental discussion on identity.” That sounds absolutely mesmerizing! I would love to attend. I must editorialize further and say just how thrilling it is to read of the continued blossoming of the artistic community in the Highlands. It’s such a beautiful environment–so very inspirational! I know that for me as an amateur photographer it is endlessly inspiring.

Ms. Sandra Hawkins, the presenter of Ecology of Narrative Space is an in-demand workshop presenter as well as the author of “The Business of Art.”

Visit website: www.railsendgallery.com
Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre
Contact: 705-457-2330
Email: info@railsendgallery.com

 

Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Oct 16 – 22

Ξ October 16th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Algonquin Township, Autumn, cottage country, fall colours, Haliburton Highlands, Ontario, Photography, Trails, weather |

Centennial Ridges Trail Algonquin

Centennial Ridges Trail Algonquin

 Maple Lake Weather forecast 10.16.09

Haliburton County - Maple Lake Weather forecast 10.16.09

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands on Friday start with a cold morning with variable cloudiness and a high of 26°F.

Friday afternoon will also have variable cloudiness and a high of 37° F. Lows Friday night will be 26 F° with continued variable clouds.

Maple Lake Haliburton Highlands Forecast for 10. -10.

Maple Lake - Haliburton Highlands Forecast for 10.17 - 10.22

Looking ahead to the coming weekend,  Saturday calls for variable cloudiness with a high temperature of  41° F.  Expect a low overnight of about 24°F.

A mainly sunny Sunday with a high during the day of 45°F and a nighttime low  24°F closes out the weekend.

The traditional workweek on Monday is predicted to have cloudy periods with a high of 48°F. Overnight lows should again be about 24°F.

Tuesday, expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 50°F.  Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 39°F.

Wednesday, expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of a slightly-warmer 52°F .  Overnight temperatures are expected to again be 39°F.

Thursday is expected to be cloudy with showers with a high of 48°F.   Expect an overnight low of  41°F.

Have a great week!

Looking ahead to the coming weekend,  Saturday calls for isolated showers with a high temperature of about 57° F.  Expect a low overnight of about 46°F.

The weekend closes with variable clouds on Sunday and a high of 54°F.  Evening temperatures will yield a low of about 46°F.

The traditional workweek on Monday is predicted to be cloudy with showers and a high of 54°F. Overnight lows should be about 46°F.

Tuesday, expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 55°F.  Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 45°F.

Wednesday, during the day is a near repeat of Tuesday. Expect variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 54°F .  Overnight temperatures are expected to about 45°F.

Thursday will bring yet another day that is cloudy with showers. Expect a drop in temperatures as well with the high only about 46°F. Overnight lows aren’t going to be too severe, however. Expect an overnight low of  41°F.

Have a great week!

 

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