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Town of Cobourg Leisure Guide Spring & Summer 2024 Welcome to the 2024 Spring and Summer Leisure Guide. We hope that this guide will be a helpful resource for information on arts, culture, and recreational programming available in the Town of Cobourg. We have added a valuable Town Guide at the back to address common questions and provide guidance to residents when searching for information. TABLE OF CONTENTS Town of Cobourg Recreation Accessibility -------------------------------------------- 2 Cobourg Community Centre (CCC) -------------- 3-4 CCC Child & Youth ------------------------------------ 5 CCC Ice & Gym Programs --------------------------- 6 CCC Recreation Rentals ---------------------------- 7-8 CCC Seniors Programs ------------------------------ 9-12 Advertising Opportunities--------------------------- 13 Arts & Culture Concerts & Performances --------------------------- 14 Concert Hall Partners ---------------------------------14 -15 Concert Hall Box Office ------------------------------ 16 Concert Hall Weddings ------------------------------ 16 Civil Marriages ----------------------------------------- 17 Museums & Galleries ----------------------------------18-20 Arts, Crafts, & Creativity ------------------------------ 21-22 Movies & Film ------------------------------------------ 22 Singing Groups & Bands----------------------------- 22-25 Dance Academies & Clubs -------------------------- 27 Recreation & Programming CCC Summer Camp ----------------------------------28 Child/Youth and Family Programs/Facilities ---- 29-30 Child/Youth Summer Camps------------------------ 31-32 Kids Guide to Cobourg --------------------------------33-34 Community Adult Programs ------------------------ 35-37 Landmark & Mural Walk ------------------------------ 38 Teams & Associations ---------------------------------- 39-42 Groups/Clubs & Associations Historic Cobourg ----------------------------------------44 History & Heritage ---------------------------------------45 Agriculture, Horticulture & Environment ---------- 46 Advocacy & Activism ---------------------------------- 47-48 Community Resources & Support-------------------49 Town & Community Information Town Department Guide ---------------------------- 50 Common Questions & Community Contacts --- 52 Legislative Services ------------------------------------52 (Licensing & Bylaw -------------------------------------53 Planning & Development ---------------------------- 53 Finance & Taxes ---------------------------------------- 53 Parks ------------------------------------------------------ 54 Fire Services -------------- -------------------------------55 Police Services ------------------------------------------ 55 Venture 13 ------------------------------------------------56 Commuity Events --------------------------------------57 Engage Cobourg----------------------------------------57 Cobourg Rides ------------------------------------------58 Cobourg Library ----------------------------------------58 Published by: The Town of Cobourg Creative by: Kelly Baldini 1 The Town of Cobourg has made every effort to apply accurate and current information. Any discrepancies that may occur are purely unintended. Information was current at time of print.

TOWN OF COBOURG ACCESSIBILITY The Town of Cobourg is dedicated to establishing an inclusive and accessible environment for residents and visitors alike. Our 2020-2024 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan concentrates on enhancing customer service, the built environment, and eliminating systemic barriers. If you have questions regarding accessibility or wish to provide feedback on our services, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at accessibility@cobourg.ca or visit www.cobourg.ca/accessibility for more information. EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION The Town of Cobourg recognizes the vast representation of identities and diversity in our community. Our programs, services, hiring practices, and policies are consistently being updated to include current best practices when it comes to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. We aim to create and offer a wide variety of programs and services that serve the needs of aging, youth, LGBTQ2S+, BIPOC and newcomer communities. If you ever have a comment, suggestion, or concern about inclusive programming, please reach out to diversity@cobourg.ca to get in touch. RECREATION ACCESSIBILITY Inclusion Support: The Community Services Division strives for accessible inclusion through our programs, camps, and our recreation facility. Medical Needs/Medications: Town of Cobourg staff do not provide any ongoing medical interventions or support therapies (ie. injections, g-tube feeding, administering medication, etc.). Support Person Pass: Individuals in need of support to participate in any of our registered programs, may attend with a support person to assist them. If the support person’s sole purpose for attending is to support and integrate an individual with special needs, access for the support person is free. The support person is required to be providing direct supervision. A Support Person Pass can be obtained free of charge for customers attending with a support person. Program Registration with Inclusion support: Contact is required with the specific Recreation Programmer for day camps/recreational programming in order to coordinate registration and specific need requirements. A participant profile form will need to be completed for all clients accessing this service (this information will be shared with instructional staff only). The Town of Cobourg will work with families and individuals to assist in accessing recreation support. Families who require support but do not disclose the needs of a participant prior to registration may be required to withdraw from the program if support can not be secured. Town of Cobourg refund policy will apply. Fee Assistance Programs: Town of Cobourg residents experiencing financial difficulty due to low income may request fee assistance for membership to the Cobourg Community Centre. An application for assistance must be submitted. Criteria for eligibility are determined by annual income based upon the Statistics Canada Low Income Cut Off (LICO) table. Households that meet the criteria would be eligible for a reduction of the program fee at the Cobourg Community Centre. Visit the Town of Cobourg’s Accessibility Website at cobourg.ca/accessibility 2 Report a Barrier to Accessibility If you have experienced a Barrier to Accessibility, please contact us by: Reporting it on the website, cobourg.ca Sending us an email, accessibility@cobourg.ca Giving us a call at 905-3724301, or Visiting us in person

COBOURG COMMUNITY CENTRE 750 D'Arcy Street Cobourg ON, K9A 0G1 P: 905-372-7371 E: cccinfo@cobourg.ca ccc.cobourg.ca HOURS OF OPERATION Facility Hours: Building hours 7am-11pm every day Reception hours on weekends are 8am-4pm *Arena open as per the schedule permits, this includes the walking track. EXCLUSION DATES STAY CONNECTED For information or to book a facility please contact the following Birthday Parties cccinfo@cobourg.ca Multi-purpose rooms, gym, ice rentals Arena & field seasonal rentals Large events (100+) cccinfo@cobourg.ca cccinfo@cobourg.ca lprevost@cobourg.ca Please check our social media pages and website for all dates the facility is closed to the public. Please see the CCC recreational rentals for room information. Page 7 or visit ccc.cobourg.ca ccc.cobourg.ca @CobourgCommunityCentre @CobourgCommunityCentre 3

COMMUNITY EVENTS AT THE CCC The Cobourg Community Centre hosts an exciting lineup of community events. From concerts to craft shows, and various family events, the CCC has the space and capabilities to bring a variety of community events to the people of Cobourg and surrounding area. The inside of our board room, gymnasium, and numerous multipurpose rooms are equipped with universal technology to make it the perfect space for corporate meetings and community gatherings. COBOURG COMMUNITY CENTRE (CCC) Constructed in 2011, the Cobourg Community Centre (CCC) has become the recreational heart of the Town of Cobourg. The 142,000 square foot facility is barrier free and is a major provider of programs and activities for a variety of ages and abilities. The CCC includes two ice pads, one large gymnasium, numerous multi-purpose rooms and an indoor walking track that is free for public use 12 months of the year. The CCC is home to the Cobourg Cougars Junior A Hockey Club and the ViewTech Cobourg Kodiaks Lacrosse Team. These two teams play out of the CCC Bowl arena where 2,000 fixed stadium style seating welcomes cheering fans and out of town guests on a weekly basis. The CCC ice is also host to the Northumberland Minor Hockey Association, the West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association, Northumberland Minor Lacrosse and many other local teams. Recreational staff at the CCC provide programming for children and youth, adults and seniors. Fitness programming for all age categories covers a wide variety of activities from skating and hockey development to yoga and fitness classes. Seniors programming includes weekly registered programs and creative clubs. There are also weekly gymnasium activities such as pickleball, table tennis, group training and much more. @CobourgCommunityCentre @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca 4

Child & Youth: Ice Programs For an updated list of current offered programs please visit our website: ccc.cobourg.ca or call reception at 905-372-7371 Learn to Skate 2-6 Years Learn to Skate in small classes with additional CCC Instructors and volunteers, which encourages children to try skating and learn the basics, at their own pace. Children are put into groups based on skill levels and ages each lesson. ***All participants MUST wear skates and CSA approved hockey helmets during the program. Learn to Skate (Parent/child) 4-10 Years The Parent & Child Learn to Skate program, encourages parent participation in their child's skating education! Skill stations are set up on the ice and CCC Instructors are available to assist parent/guardian, with beginner skills to help their child learn the basics of skating. This program focuses on building confidence in the child and improving their balance and comfort on the ice. ***All participants (parents/guardians included) MUST wear skates and CSA-approved hockey helmets during the program. Parents/Guardians should be comfortable on the ice with their child, to participate. A great program that introduces kids to the world of hockey! Each session will include opportunities for children to improve their skating, Learn to Play Hockey 4-10 Years passing, shooting and scoring skills! ***FULL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM, including CSA approved helmets with face mask/shield. Mouth guards are optional, however, encouraged. @CobourgCommunityCentre 5 @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca

ADULT, YOUTH & SENIOR ICE AND GYMNASIUM PROGRAMS For a detailed list of each program schedule please visit ccc.cobourg.ca or call the front reception desk at 905-372-7371 60+ Shinny: $8 Adult Shinny: $8 Ladies Shinny $8 Adult Skate: $2 Stick & Puck (12 & under): $5 + $2 for each additional child Public Skate: $2 child, $5 Adult, $12 Family Open Gym: $2 Youth Basketball: $2 Adult Pickleball: $2.25 Host Your Next Birthday Party AT THE CCC! Ice | Gym | Party Rooms 905-372-7371 | cccinfo@cobourg.ca @CobourgCommunityCentre @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca 6

Recreation Rentals: Cobourg Community Centre Facility Type Capacity Max Pond Arena Bowl Arena Grand Hall Gym (full) Multi -purpose room 1 Spoolon Multi-purpose room 2: Cameco A Multi -purpose room 3: Cameco B Multi-purpose room 4: Cameco C Multi-purpose room 5: HTM Meeting room 1: Tournament Board Meeting Room: Whitelaw 500 2,000 100 700 50 Sink x x Wheelchair accessible x x x x x Wifi x x x x x Looking for somewhere to host your next meeting or event? Are you part of a local sport club that is looking for help to host a championship locally? Are you looking for a new venue to put on your next arts production? The Cobourg Community Centre has event spaces available to fit a wide range of audience sizes. Rental Type Ice Rental Ice Rental Events Events/tournaments Meetings/events 50 x x x Meetings/events 50 x x Meetings/events 50 x x x Meetings/events 50 x x x Meetings/events 30 x x Meetings/tournaments 14 x x x Meetings All Cobourg Community Centre facility rentals are subject to availability. When inquiring about a rental please indicate any special requirements that may be needed. Each facility type has an hourly and day rate cost (6+hrs). Ice rentals have prime time and non-prime time hours, plus an additional $5.00 per booking insurance fee unless proof of insurance is provided at the time of booking. For bookings, please contact the Cobourg Community Centre reception desk. All large events exceeding 100 people and alcohol licensed functions must adhere to the Town of Cobourg's Municipal Alcohol Policy and go through the Cobourg Community Centre's Recreation Coordinator. *Cameco multi-purpose rooms can be combined into one large room to fit a larger capacity (100 people). 7 @CobourgCommunityCentre @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca

Recreation Rentals: Baseball Diamonds, Soccer Fields, Tennis Courts Park Peter Delanty Park Donegan Park Donegan Park James Tracey Park Legion Fields Baseball Diamonds Type Multi-purpose diamond Multi-purpose diamond Hardball Chip-and-dust fenced diamond Clay surface diamonds Sinclair Park Multi-purpose diamond Park Cobourg Conservation Area (James Cockburn Park) Donegan Park Lions Fields CCC Fields Rotary Fields Legion Fields Court Fitzhugh Park Basketball Courts Type Full sized Rugby Pitch Westwood Park Full sized 1 Sinclair Park Tennis & Pickleball 3 x To book a soccer field please call the Northumberland Soccer Club, 905-377-9361. To book another recreation park please call the Cobourg Community Centre, 905-372-7371. Soccer Fields Type Small sized Full sized Full sized Full-sized Full/ small sized Full sized Total 1 3 1 1 3 x x Lights Seasonal Washrooms x x x x x 2 x Total 4 Lights 1 x 2 2 2 full 3 small 1 Total 1 Peter Delanty Park Lights Court Tennis Courts Type Tennis & Pickleball Total 3 Lights x 8

Seniors 55+ Activity Centre The Cobourg Seniors Activity Centre is a wonderful way to stay active in your community while meeting new friends and spending time with old ones. An annual membership with the Cobourg Seniors Activity Centre provides you with access to over 30 registered fitness programs as well as a variety of registered fitness classes taught by certified instructors. Programs range from Pickleball, Cardio Fit, Weight Training, Woodcarving, Partner Bridge, Euchre and Table Tennis…. just to name a few! MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION Annual membership: $58 + HST/Year Pickleball Clinics Registered program fee for members: $1+HST/Class (Applies to all drop-in seniors programs) Visitor drop-in fee for nonmembers: $5.00/class, HST included. (Applies to all drop-in fitness programs.) Additional fees apply for specialty programs. @CobourgCommunityCentre 9 SPECIALITY PROGRAMS For the current specialty programs being offered at the Cobourg Seniors Activity Centre please visit our website at ccc.cobourg.ca or call 905-372-7371 or visit the Cobourg Community Centre located at 750 D’Arcy Street. RECREATIONAL SPECIALITY PROGRAMS Yoga 55+ One of our most popular programs, this gentle yoga class incorporates stretching, balancing and muscle strengthening postures. A variety of breathing techniques and guided meditation are introduced. Chair Yoga A functional yoga class that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Balance, flexibility and deep breathing are the focus of this class that will leave you feeling refreshed. This program will teach you new skills and provide guidance to help you take your game to the next level. Participants will learn the third shot drop, punch volley, and how to control hard hitters and smashers, as well as have the opportunity to ask the instructor tailor the sessions to work on specific skills you are looking to improve on. Offered in beginner and intermediate groups. COFFEE & TEA TIME! Come chat and get to know the other members and new members of the 55+ Seniors Centre! No pre-registration required. @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca

Seniors 55+ Activity Centre SPECIALITY PROGRAMS CREATIVE RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS Drawing 101 This course will cover all the foundations of drawing and will take off where the Absolute Beginners course ended. We will explore shape, shading, line weight and value. This is a course for anyone with basic knowledge of drawing or who wish to expand their skill base. You will be encouraged to take risks and make marks in new and exciting ways. You will be required to have basic materials; sketch pad and drawing instruments of your choice. Drawing For Beginners We will cover all the basics, from how to draw lines to shading and everything in between. This course is designed to get the beginner started, or as a refresher course for those who have previously drawn and want to get back into it. All materials will be supplied for this course. Intuitive Art Intuitive art is about self expression in a non-judgmental way. The goal is to create without overthinking the process. Intuitive artwork allows the artist to create and not worry about the outcome. Sometimes just having fun making marks on a page is the best part of art making. Anyone, at any level can create inuitively. You do not need to have any artistic skill to do this. You will be required to have the basic materials; water colour and/or acrylic paints, paper, brushes, pens and pencils. Intermediate Drawing & Painting An intermediate level artist is someone with between two and 20 years of experience creating works of art. This program will expose participants to new and cross discipline medium. We will experiment with different artistic approaches, combine materials in diverse ways and look at many different styles. This course is for those artists that want to adventure outside of their comfort zones, push their limits and search for their own unique style. Mixed Media Art This course will have you pushing your creative limits. We will experiment with many different mediums and explore innovative ways to create. We will combine drawing and painting with collage and everything else to push our limits. You will be required to have the basic materials; water colour and/or acrylic paints, paper, brushes, pens and pencils. Painting For Beginners From colour mixing to which brush is for what, we will show you how to get paint on the page. We will explore watercolours and acrylic paints as well as different types of tools and processes. All materials are supplied for this course. @CobourgCommunityCentre @CobourgCommunityCentre ccc.cobourg.ca 10

Seniors 55+ Activity Centre OUR PROGRAMS The Seniors 55+ Centre a the CCC offers a wide range of registered and drop-in programs for all its members. For the most updated list of current programs please visit our website, ccc.cobourg.ca or call reception at 905-372-7371. FITNESS PROGRAMS Active Fit The focus of this class is resistance training, along with some balance training. The goal is proper technique and increased body awareness, so your activities of daily living are more enjoyable. Mats and weights help achieve this goal. Cardio Fit Take your workout to the next level with this fun and energizing cardio training class! Stations will be set up with a variety of moves that are sure to get your heart pumping and muscles moving. You won’t get bored with this class, stations are quick, effective and all allow for modifications, if you need them! Core and Stretch Take your workout to the next level with this fun and energizing cardio training class! Stations will be set up with a variety of movements. Stations are quick, effective and all allow for modifications. Move It Mondays A cardio-based program that will get you moving and start your week off right! This class includes some lightweight training and stretching. A great beginner program that allows for simple changes to modify the intensity of the exercises. Muscle Hustle Low impact, high intensity! This Weight class will work your body, with weight training that is adjustable based on your personal levels. Focusing on different muscle groups each class, this program will have you working muscles you didn’t know you had and making you stronger as you go! Line Dancing Enjoy music and movement with this line dancing class. Using a variety of music styles that will form a line dance. Stay after for more social time and enjoy a coffee. Square Dancing Fitness Fridays A cardio based program that will get you moving and is a great way to finish off the week! This a cardio-based that includes some light weight training and stretching. A great beginner program that allows for simple changes to modify the intensity of the exercises based on your skill levels. Sweat, Step, Stretch You’re sure to be working hard the whole class, working different muscle groups, keeping that heart rate up and then cooling down with a great stretch and core workout at the end. Top 10 X This class is all about the Top 10 Exercises (X) for older adults. These exercises will focus on strength & balance to maintain muscle mass, improve posture, coordination, and functional mobility. Walking Intervals This class includes intervals of cardiovascular activity using the walking track and pairs it with strength training! This class is suitable for all fitness levels. Weight Wednesdays Low impact, high intensity! This class will work your body, with weight training that is adjustable. Focusing on different muscle groups each class. Zumba Get a sweat on while having fun! This class is a big dance party that incorporates aerobic exercises to work on your cardio. This is a fun and high energy workout experience with easy to follow steps that will leave you with a smile on your face and some new dance moves. 11

Seniors 55+ Activity Centre CREATIVE/RECREATIONAL Book Club A social group that meets once a month to discuss their current group book over some coffee, tea and treats. Meets the first Wednesday of every month. Card Games Each of the card game times are uninstructed. Bridge Partner Bridge Euchre Bid Euchre A form of bowling played indoors on a strip of carpet, at the centre of which lies an obstacle around which the bowl has to pass. A social group designed to target photography lovers. Contact the registration desk for dates and times. Friendship Group An uninstructed social group that meets weekly for social interaction. Pickleball Pickleball is a paddleball sport. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, over a net. Please bring your own paddles. Creating a fun, active environment, offering great meals, a variety of activities and programs, as well as a selection of service packages to choose from BECAUSE TO US our residents feel like ASK ABOUT OUR MEMORY CARE AREA Proudly Owned and Managed By Family Come in and see for yourself what our high standards of care & service are all about. CALL BRENDA TODAY TO BOOK YOUR TOUR 1-905-372-1150 x 223 240 Chapel St. www.cobourgpalisadegardens.ca | bthompson@palisadegardens.ca 12 Quilting An uninstructed social group that meets weekly for quilting. Table Tennis Table tennis is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using small rackets. Wood Carving COBOURG LEGION Located at 135 Orr Street Cobourg, ON, the Cobourg Legion Branch 133 offers a wide variety of activities, events, and socials for their members and seniors of the community. For more information on their offerings, please visit their website. cobourglegion.ca ONCE AGAIN VOTED in Northumberland County

ADVERTISE WITH THE TOWN OF COBOURG Let’s Work Together! SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITES GENERAL SPONOSORSHIP OPPORTUNITES Facility Advertising Digital/Video Displays Event Sponsorships Ice logos Public Restroom Advertising Rink Boards (8ft, 12ft, 16 ft) Social Media Advertising Town Publication Advertising (Leisure Guide, Tourism Guide, etc.) Window wraps Zamboni Advertising/sponsorship levels, fees and benefits vary. Please contact us for more information LOCATIONS Cobourg Community Centre Victoria Hall Cobourg Marina & Campground Cobourg Beach Average 750,000 annual visitors ADVERTISE TODAY! WHY YOU SHOULD ADVERTISE WITH YOUR MUNICIPALITY YOU WANT TO EXPAND YOUR COMMUNITY REACH MULTIPLE LOCATIONS PROVIDES MULTIPLE ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITES INCREASED CHANCE AT REACHING YOUR DEMOGRAPHIC 13 Email Call Us Visit Our Website kbaldini@cobourg.ca 905-372-9971 x 4372 experiencecobourg.ca STEVENSON BUILDING PRODUCTS SCORE CLOCK!

ARTS & CULTURE Concerts & Performances The Concert Hall at Victoria Hall The Concert Hall at Victoria Hall is the cultural centre of the Town of Cobourg. Located on the second floor of historical Victoria Hall, the Concert Hall was once the site of a grand ball for HRH Edward, Prince of Wales at the building's official opening. Today, history and heritage are beautifully married with modern art and performances as the Concert Hall plays host to local production companies and world-renowned artists and performers. Host a Wedding or Event at the Concert Hall The Concert Hall is a stunning grand ballroom setting for weddings and events. Amateur and professionals have performed here since the 1860s. It is equipped with a portable stage and seating units, lighting, sound equipment, and dressing rooms. A C.Bechstein Grand Piano is also available for rent. 2024 wedding dates are still available! For more information on booking the Concert Hall, call 905-372-2210. The Concert Hall is always looking for volunteer ushers for concerts, events, and performances. If you are interested in being added to the list of volunteer ushers email concerthall@cobourg.ca Concert Hall Partners Victoria Hall Volunteers The Victoria Hall Volunteers are a group dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the heritage and historic aspects of Cobourg’s Victoria Hall. The group achieve their mandate through advocacy, activities, tours, education and fundraising events. They host tours, wine tastings, shows, speakers, dinners and other activities which are fun for participants and form the basis of their fundraising. New members are always welcome. Contact Information: victoriahallvolunteers.ca 14

Concert Hall Partners Northumberland Players The Northumberland Players prides itself as Northumberland County’s premiere community theatre company, operating for the past fortythree years from the vibrant arts community of Cobourg! With over 400 active volunteers, a busy ten-production season schedule, a vibrant Youth Theatre/Summer Camp offering, and many free or low-cost workshops, the Players have something for everyone! Comedy, drama, classics and seasonal selections make our theatre an enticing outing for locals and visitors alike. For high quality, affordable productions within a short drive from anywhere in the county, please come check us out! Contact Information northumberlandplayers.ca A Loft Production A Loft Production evolved from a downtown boutique theatre that focused on live music and arthouse film. After the cinema closed in August 2022 to make room for residential apartments. Live Concert productions continue to present exceptional professional musicians in exceptional settings, The Concert Hall at Victoria Hall and Trinity United Church. Contact Information cobourgloft.ca VOS Theatre The VOS is a not-for-profit theatre group performing musical theatre at the storied Victoria Hall in Cobourg since 1990. Shows feature a live orchestra performing with local Northumberland County and area talent. The VOS’ actors, musicians, dancers, singers and backstage artists, are dedicated to providing local youth with opportunities to learn all facets of theatre production - both on stage, and behind the scenes. Contact Information vostheatre.com 15

What’s Playing... Concert Hall at Victoria Hall Box Office How To Purchase Tickets To puchase in person visit Victoria Hall 55 King St. West Cobourg. Box office hours vary. Get Married at the Concert Hall at Victoria Hall! Celebrate your special day in the beautiful historic Victoria Hall Concert Hall. The buildings historic charm is sure to make your magical day feel even more like a fairy tale. The Concert Hall has been fully restored to its Grand Ballroom glory with modern amenities. Whether it is a small, intimate reception or a large gathering, we can fulfill your requirements. The Concert Hall & Citizens’ Forum are licensed under the L.L.B.O., and are air conditioned and wheelchair accessible. Plan your ceremony at the courthouse in Victoria Hall or on the beautiful Cobourg beach. Followed by an intimate, timeless reception in the Concert Hall. 17 For all wedding and event inquiries, contact T: 905-372-2210 or Toll-free 1-855-372-2210 E: concerthall@cobourg.ca @matandsaraliketophoto 16 Scan the QR code to see what shows are coming to Cobourg! To purchase tickets online visit our Box Office at experiencecobourg.ca The Concert Hall at Victoria Hall is a central venue for plays, concerts and musical theatre in Downtown Cobourg. Located on the second floor of Victoria Hall, the beautifully restored setting provides a magical backdrop for both local talent and touring artists. A cultural centre in Cobourg and Northumberland County, the Concert Hall was designed by famous Canadian architect, Kivas Tully. Experience your next source of entertainment at the Concert Hall!

Civil Marriage Ceremony Celebrate your love with an elegant civil marriage ceremony hosted by the Town of Cobourg. For those seeking a simple and non-religious affair, our ceremonies take place in the enchanting Courtroom. The ceremony itself is a brief yet beautiful 15-minute experience. Our dedicated civil wedding ceremonies are held Friday afternoons. Embrace the simplicity and charm of a Town-hosted civil ceremony, where love takes centre stage. 905-372-4301 | weddings@cobourg.ca @matandsaraliketophoto 17

ARTS & CULTURE Museums & Galleries Art Gallery of Northumberland The Art Gallery of Northumberland (AGN) presents intellectually stimulating exhibitions that spark conversations, inspire creativity, and enlighten the minds of all-ages. Featuring a year-round program of exhibitions, the AGN is committed to nurturing and promoting Canadian artists, and strive to exhibit works that advance critical enquiry and community connection to contemporary visual arts. The AGN’s Permanent Collection at present consists of over 1,500 works of local, regional, national and international significance, predominantly by Canadian artists. One of the main functions of the AGN, and one to which they are deeply committed, is to be available and accessible as an education resource for the public. Hours of Operation Tuesday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Wednesday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Thursday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Saturday: 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm Sunday: Closed Monday: Closed Contact Information artgalleryofnorthumberland.ca Follow Us! Facebook @ArtGalleryOfNorthumberland Instagram @ artgalleryofnorthumberland Twitter @ AGN_Cobourg YouTube @ Art Gallery of Northumberland AGN Education – Learn About Art The AGN encourages learning through art, with a highly engaging program, supporting cognitive, fine motor and emotional/affective development in children while encouraging joyful intergenerational engagement with art. Located at the Cobourg Community Centre. Saturday Studio Each Saturday is filled with art making in a fun and supportive environment encouraging young artists (ages 7-13) the freedom to explore their potential, build confidence and develop artmaking and critical thinking skills. This class inspires creativity and imagination while exploring new material and techniques. Located at the Cobourg Community Centre! School Programs AGN school programs bring students into the gallery for an hour of inspiration, conversation, and critical analysis. Students will have the opportunity to view current exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Northumberland and produce an artwork inspired by what they see. Youth Council The program focuses on community building through volunteerism. The Youth Council works to initiate programming by youth for youth, including exhibitions, public art projects, events, and more. Youth Council members meet once a week from September 2024 to June 2025 with additional time spent on special projects. Art at Home For at home art inspiration please subscribe to the AGN’s YouTube Channel and check out our creative video projects that offer ideas and inspiration for making art. Mini Art Gallery In partnership with community leaders, the AGN presents the newest creative addition to Northumberland County, the Mini Art Gallery. The Mini Art Gallery project encourages the creation and delivery of art throughout our community, making art accessible to all while encouraging community engagement! 18

Museums & Galleries Cobourg & Area Museum Located in the Town’s oldest stone building, the Cobourg & Area Museum uses videos, story panels and artifacts to recall our storied past. 2024 features 10 Stories of Immigration, “Our Stories- Our Community”. As well, you will find dioramas of our fantastic railway history, and meet some local characters through their furniture! (Open Victoria Day Weekend to Thanksgiving) Hours of Operation July & August Wednesday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm Sunday: 1:00pm-5:00pm May, June, September & October Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm Sunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm Location 141 Orr Street Cobourg, ON Canadian Women in Film Museum Located in Marie Dressler’s birthplace heritage home, the Canadian Women in Film Museum celebrates, through interactive displays, the only three Canadians who have won Best Actress Oscars, namely Marie Dressler, Mary Pickford, and Norma Shearer. These three trailblazers leveraged and subverted the gendered expectations of their era to make advancements in the 20th-century film industry that continue to inspire contemporary efforts to achieve gender equality. The museum also celebrates other remarkable women in front of, and behind the camera. The museum is open year round. Book your visit by contacting director@cdnwomeninfilm.ca. Contact Information cdnwomeninfilm.ca or Marie Dressler Foundation website at mariedressler.ca Contact Information cobourgmuseum.ca Cobourg and District Sports Hall of Fame Thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers who have collected and catalogued hundreds of sports memorabilia and historical information, the Cobourg and District Sports Hall of Fame opened in February of 2019. Located in the Grand Hall at the Cobourg Community Centre, the goal of the Sports Hall of Fame is to preserve the rich legacy of sport found within the Town of Cobourg, Alderville First Nation, and the Townships of AlnwickHaldimand, Cramahe and Hamilton. Contact Information cdshf.ca 19

Cobourg Museum Foundation Celebrates 25th Anniversary The Cobourg Museum Foundation celebrates its 25th Anniversary this summer with special events during the Museum’s May to October season. Everyone is invited to join in the celebrations including Opening Day, May 18, and Volunteers Day, June 15. There will also be musical events, speakers and even an Anniversary Tea Party (consult www.cobourgmuseum.ca/events ). The Museum itself, which opened to the public in 2012, is sporting a new name and logo as the Foundation moves into its next 25 years. Located just a short walk from Victoria Hall, the Museum includes the Sifton-Cook Exhibit Hall and an 1870s workman’s cottage. Featured exhibit this year is “Our Stories - Our Community”, ten stories of immigration to Northumberland County. An outdoor model railway and an indoor layout hark back to the days when Cobourg was a transportation hub shipping lumber and iron ore to the lucrative American market. Volunteer guides and summer students look forward to welcoming you! 20

ARTS & CULTURE Arts, Crafts & Creativity Cobourg Art Club If you enjoy viewing art, creating art, visiting art shows, and collecting art, the Cobourg Art Club will be of interest to you. Contact Information: cobourgartclub.ca Cobourg Poetry Workshop This group creates and shares poetry in Cobourg. Contact Information: FB: facebook.com/CobourgPoetry Crock A Doodle Enjoy the fun of pottery painting in this bright and cheerful studio. Their drop-in format welcomes people of every age and ability, all day long. Just walk in, choose a piece of pottery off the shelf, plan your pottery design, or follow one of theirs and doodle away. Also offered to take-home kits, project kits, virtual project classes, fundraising options, kid’s birthday parties, ladies’ nights, teambuilding, and corporate events. No reservations are required! Order online to paint offsite or visit to paint in the studio! Contact Information: crockadoodle.com/cobourg Northumberland Creates Northumberland Creates is an artist database that exists to promote local artists of all disciplines in Northumberland County. Artists can sign up for free, and anyone can find the database on our social media. Contact Information: FB: @northumberlandcreates Northumberland Hills Stitchery Guild The aim of the NHSG is to encourage and promote a sincere interest in embroidery, needlework and creative stitchery arts. Meetings are held 2nd and 4th Tuesdays monthly, 9:15 am to 12 noon, September to June, at the Cobourg Memorial Temple. All levels of experience welcome. Contact Information: nhsg.ca Northumberland Photography Club The Northumberland Photography Club is an all-volunteer club serving Northumberland County and the surrounding area. The group welcomes members of all skill levels and photography interests, from Novice to Master. Their goal is to share, learn, and grow their member’s photographic skills in an inclusive environment. Contact Information: northumberlandphoto.ca/ The Painted Tree Offering Professional Custom Framing, Repairs, Plaquing, Canvas Stretching and more! Contact Information: thepaintedtree.ca Northumberland Rug Hookers Come, join us to learn the creative craft of traditional rug hooking – one stitch produces beautiful works of art! Recycled or new materials may be used. Meetings are at Grace Church, 440 King St E, Cobourg, on Thursday mornings weekly, or biweekly at the Cobourg Library on Tuesday evenings. Materials provided for beginners. (contact info added) Contact Information: northumberlandrughookers.com 21

Arts, Crafts & Creativity Pine Ridge Art Association (PRAA) Based in Cobourg, PRAA is a collective of Northumberland artists. The group hosts weekly open painting sessions, art exhibitions and a variety of creative art workshops. Membership is open to anyone interested in exploring their artist ability. Contact Information: cobourgpineridge.ca Yarn It! Cobourg's local yarn store offers in-store and online knitting and crocheting workshops (schedule and offerings change monthly. Not yet a knitter? That's okay! They offer a free learn to knit class--you just need to buy the yarn and needles. If you're still not sure, just visit, delight in the colours and beautiful fibres, and you'll find yourself inspired. Contact Information: yarnitcobourg.ca Movies & Film Northumberland Film Sundays (NFS) NFS is a group of film lovers dedicated to offering access to a diverse range of films. Films are chosen from the current TIFF FILM CIRCUIT. Films are screened at Rainbow Cinema at Northumberland Mall in Cobourg on Sunday afternoons. Contact Information: northumberlandfilm.ca Rainbow Cinema Cobourg Enjoy a fun evening with family and friends at the Rainbow Cinema Cobourg. Grab some popcorn and a drink while you take in the latest box office hit on the big screen. Contact Information: rainbowcinemas.ca Singing Groups & Bands AbZolutely Choir AbZolutely Choir explores contemporary music parts-singing – everything from folk to pop to jazz and swing, every decade from well before we were born to the very recent past. Our weekly practices put the fun in ensemble singing fundamentals like harmony, rhythm, dynamics, vocal technique and performance preparation. No need to audition or read music. We learn via tracks, with lyric and chord sheets provided (some sheet music is available as an adjunct to our process), all downloadable from our central web site. Contact Information: abzolutelychoir.ca/choir/ 22 Embellish Embellish is Cobourg's local retail boutique for the fabric, notions, tools, thread, and supplies you need for all your quilting, fashion, or home décor sewing projects. We're also excited to offer a range of classes to build a strong and creative sewing community. With classes for all levels, join us to learn quilting and sewing techniques, make fun projects, and more! Contact Information: embellish.ca Ginny & Georgia Self-Guided Walking Tour Have you watched the Netflix hit series Ginny & Georgia? Did you know it was filmed in our very own Town of Cobourg? You can now visit all the scenes that were filmed in Cobourg with ease! Our Virtual Self-Guided Walking Tour is now live and sure to entertain all of the Ginny & Georgia lovers! Take the tour at experiencecobourg.ca

Singing Groups & Bands Choral Legacy Choral Legacy is a local women's choir who sing three part harmony in a wide variety of musical styles – from classical to jazz to show tunes. Although a working knowledge of music is helpful, the group rehearse note by note so that all musical skill levels are welcome. Contact Information: chorallegacy.com Cobourg Legion Pipes and Drums For over 50 years the Cobourg Legion Pipes and Drums have contributed to Cobourg and area, bringing Celtic consciousness and a supportive commitment to many local causes. From the Cobourg Highland Games to numerous parade appearances, Remembrance Day recognitions to summertime sunset piping, band members are proud and active participants in the multicultural fabric of our community and our country. Drop by the Cobourg Legion any Tuesday evening and enquire about free pipe or drum lessons and an opportunity to join this dedicated band of musicians. Contact Information: FB: @Cobourglegionpipebandeventpage The Concert Band of Cobourg Founded in 1842, the band is celebrating over 180 years as the official band of the Town of Cobourg as well as over 50 years representing the Royal Marines Association – Ontario. The band motto, “Pride of Performance”, has gained a fine reputation especially in the formal concert setting of the band’s own Summer Concert Series every Tuesday evening in the months of July and August at the Victoria Park Bandshell. The band always welcomes new members to the organization when positions are open. Contact Information: theconcertbandofcobourg.com Chancel Choir Our SATB adult choir leads worship each Sunday from September - May. The choir sings anthem in a variety of musical styles, from classical to gospel to world music. Rehearsals focus on vocal technique, repertoire, and occasional special projects. New members of all voice types are welcome! Rehearsals: Thursdays from 7:30-9:00pm. There is no cost to join the choir! 23 Contact Information: E: dfingas@trinitycobourg.ca La Jeunesse Choirs Do you know a young person who loves to sing? La Jeunesse Choirs is the best place to foster a love of music, singing, and performing in a supportive and fun environment. There are three groups: Les Petits, aged 4-6 to play, learn, and explore music, Les Choristes, our main choir for choristers aged 7-19, and Les Dramatiques, a Musical Theatre intensive program (information about the 2025 Spring production coming soon!). Reach out now to learn more about applying for the 2024-2025 season. Contact Information: lajeunessechoirs.com Oriana Singers The Oriana Singers present inspiring music across a variety of genres to audiences in Northumberland County and beyond. This vibrant community chorus demonstrates its enthusiasm for new learning experiences and stays challenged and thriving through presentations, vocal and diction coaching and collaboration with local musicians. From Handel’s Messiah to local composers to Broadway show tunes. Our repertoire is varied and challenging. Contact Information: orianasingers.com Shout Sister Choir Shout Sister! takes an unorthodox approach to choral singing. The group sings a fun variety of music from Pop and Motown to Folk, to a touch of Country and Blues. The choir learns from recorded tracks so there is no requirement to read music. No auditions necessary! Contact Information: shoutsisterchoir.ca Northumberland Orchestra and Choir The Northumberland Orchestra and Choir (NOC) is a not-for-profit organization and Northumberland County’s first and foremost purveyor of beautiful orchestral and choral music. With over 100 performing members in both the orchestra and choir, the NOC performs 6-8 concerts per year including performances in collaboration with SONG (Sounds of the Next Generation), Kawartha Lakes Singers, La Jeunesse Choir, La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra, Quinte Symphony and many talented and internationally renowned guests. The NOC performs all genres of music including classical, folk, jazz and contemporary. Contact Information northumberlandmusic.ca


Singing Groups & Bands Northumberland Chorus Northumberland Chorus is an amazing group of women, singing harmony and having fun! The group sings and performs a-cappella, four-part harmony music, barbershop style. Northumberland Chorus is looking for enthusiastic women who love to sing and perform. No need to read music, members are supplied with learning tracks for the entire repertoire so that you can learn and practice your music just about anywhere. Contact Information: northumberland-chorus.com Happy Harmony Choir Happy Harmony is a recreational women’s singing group, and we always welcome new members. You do not need choral singing experience, you do not need to read music, and there is no audition required. Our only requirement is that you love to sing. Come out and give it a try! We meet on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 pm at the Grace Christian Reformed Church. Contact Information: happyharmonychoir.ca Northumberland New Ventures Band The Northumberland New Ventures Band program consists of community bands composed of adults learning to play a musical instrument in a band setting. It consists of beginners to those who wish to re-kindle or further develop their musical expertise. Rehearsal sessions are a fun, no pressure environment for learning how to play any of the following instruments included in the bands: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Electric Bass or Percussion. The New Ventures Band music season runs from September through June with weekly Wednesday, Thursday or Friday rehearsals. The bands play a wide variety of music styles. One of the goals of NNVB is to provide affordable music to the community. We look forward to performing at our annual Christmas and year end June concerts, and various special events in and around Northumberland. New members are welcome! Contact Information: newventuresband.com SONG (Sounds of the Next Generation) Empower your child with SONG's dynamic, FREE music education, where students from grades 1-12 can choose from an array of music programs—choir, drums, rock band, SONGtech, and strings—in a welcoming close-knit community of all backgrounds. Our immersive, joy-driven approach not only cultivates essential life skills and emotional well-being but also creates lifelong connections and memories. Through engaging community performances and access to professional mentorship, SONG ensures each student discovers their unique voice and contributes to the vibrant narrative of our local community. Contact Information: songprogram.org 25

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ARTS & CULTURE Dance Academies & Clubs Cobourg Dance Club Cobourg Dance Club promotes social friendship in Cobourg and surrounding areas. Its mission is to create a safe and happy atmosphere for everyone to come out make friends, meet other people, and dance. Talented Disc Jockeys provide dancers with great music geared to age 45 plus, including line dancing, Latin, ballroom, western and rock’n’roll. Contact Information: cobourgdanceclub.com High Pointes Dance Academy High Pointes Dance Academy has been offering Cobourg the highest quality of training for recreational and competitive dancers in Cobourg for 19 years. Their outstanding programs and award winning choreography is what inspires, motivates and gives dancers the passion to excel and love the art of dance. Whether you are training for a professional career or dancing just for fun, the instructors at High Pointes guide all of their dancers in a positive and rewarding manner. Contact Information: highpointesdance.com Premiere Dance Cobourg Dynamic and modern dance studio, locally owned and operated by dance professionals from Cirque du Soleil, Toronto Dance Theatre, National Ballet, and more. The talented teachers are passionate about dance, specializing in RAD Ballet, Acro, Aerial Silks, Contemporary, ADAPT Jazz & Tap, HipHop and Musical Theatre combining experience and artistry to create a rewarding experience for their dancers. PreSchool, Children, Youth, Teens, Adults Examinations RAD Ballet and ADAPT Jazz & Tap Competitive and Performance Program Teacher Training program Contact Information: premieredancetheatre.ca Studio 11 Dance Company Hey Parents! Are you looking for an outstanding dance program for you child? Looking to introduce them to a welcoming, inclusive and uplifting community? Studio 11 provides meaningful, highquality dance programs to children 2 to 18. Join us for Season 1! Contact Information: studio11dance.ca Just Dance Northumberland Our mission is to establish a substantial foundation of dance, while developing critical life skills, enhancing general physical fitness, all with a strong emphasis on community. We pride ourselves on creating an environment where every student who enters our studios is given the opportunity to be the best dancer they can be. We accomplish this through our professional and well-educated dance educators, intimate class sizes, multiple performance opportunities, and creating a safe environment. Pre-Dance: Ages 2 – 4 years Acro: Ages 4+ Ballet: Ages 5+ Contemporary: Ages 12+ Jazz: Ages 4+ Lyrical: Ages 9+ Tap: Ages 4+ Hip Hop 7+ Adult Classes Competitive Team Contact Information: justdancenorthumberland.com Scottish Country Dancing No kilt, no experience, no special shoes, no partner needed! Scottish Country Dancing is fun and sociable, and excellent exercise for the body and the mind. Classes run on Wed. until June 12 at the Dance Studio of the Cobourg Collegiate Institute (335 King St. E, Cobourg), from 7 sharp until 9 pm; $7 drop-in fee. Contact Information: FB: @cobourgscottishcountrydancing 27

kids Camp ALL SUMMER LONG! Arts & Crafts, Games, Outdoor Activities, Skating & More! 9am - 4pm with before and after care available Registration is now open! For More information, contact us : cccinfo@cobourg.ca ccc.cobourg.ca 905-372-7371 750 D’Arcy St, Cobourg ON 28 AGES 4- 10 $175/ week

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Child &Youth Program & Facilities The Squishy Goose Welcome to your home away from home! Whether you’re dropping in to burn off some energy, meeting up with friends (and making new ones!), or gathering with family for a birthday bash…The Squishy Goose has got you covered. Contact Information: squishygoose.com YMCA Northumberland Aquatics & Swim Lessons Everyone benefits from being active in the water. Through swim lessons, aquatic fitness classes, and other programs, YMCA Aquatics offers you and your family many ways to make a splash. PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Private lessons are offered as one-onone and are a great way to complement a weekly swim lesson or provide the extra attention needed to achieve swimming goals. All classes are 30 minutes long. Y WAVES SWIM TEAM Are you looking to add in a competitive edge to your swimming? Look no further! With the Y Waves Swim Team, you will build your endurance, timing and skill. JUNIOR LIFEGUARD CLUB Junior Lifeguard Club offers serious fun for kids 8 years and up who can swim for at least 25m and tread water for 2 minutes. Learn about what Lifeguards do, how they do it, and what it took for them to achieve their qualifications. PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS Levels include Splasher/Bubbler (6mo-3yrs), Bobber (3-5yrs) Floater (3-5yrs), Glider (3-5yrs), Diver (3-5yrs) Surfer/Jumper (3-5yrs) LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAMS Levels include Otter, Seal, Dolphin, Swimmer and Star 1 to 7 Levels First Aid & Lifeguard Training YMCA Northumberland is dedicated to training and developing dynamic Aquatic Instructors and Lifeguards. Lifeguarding makes great employment and provides you with skills and learning that will last a lifetime. In the summer of 2024, YMCA Northumberland will offer several levels of certification from Standard First Aid, Bronze Cross and Bronze Medallion to National Lifeguard (Pool) and National Lifeguard (Waterfront). For the most updated information available about our planned courses and schedules, please visit our website ymcanrt.org/activities/first-aid/. 29 ADULT SWIM LESSONS It’s never too late to learn to swim or improve your stroke technique. The YMCA can help you achieve your swimming goals and feel confident in the water. Our Adult Swim lessons are taught in a group environment where certified YMCA Swim instructors work with individuals on a specific plan based on their swim level. AQUAFIT An excellent low impact, calorie burning, full body workout that is gentle on the joints and great for participants recovering from injuries. WATER POWER FITNESS This class welcomes all fitness levels and is designed to improve your cardio, strength, and range of motion in the comfort of water.

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Child &Youth Program & Facilities Summer Camps! Consider a YMCA Summer Day Camp for your child and create experiences that last a lifetime. YMCA Northumberland offers Summer Day Camp at the Cobourg Y location as well as in Brighton and Cramahe. Campers will be busy each week taking part in numerous new activities, challenging the low ropes course, participating in outdoor adventure programming, and staying cool with our water activities. Dates Operating: Starts week of July 2nd and runs each which, ending on August 30th. Daily Fees: Member $41/day/child / Non-member $43/day/child. Ages Served: 5 - 12 years (JK grads Welcome!) Camp Start & End Times: 8am - 5pm with extended hours available at an extra cost (am $5.50/child & pm $5.50/child) Specialty Camps run throughout the summer. Please visit the YMCA Northumberland's website for pricing, registration, and full schedule lists ymcanrt.org Child & Youth Drop-in / Registered Programs YMCA Northumberland Cobourg offers a variety of programs that engage children and youth of all ages. Some programs are drop-in while others require registration. BASKETBALL (ALL AGES) This casual drop in program is for anyone looking for a pickup style game of Basketball. Bring your friends or come meet new ones! YOUNG ADULT BASKETBALL (AGES 16-24) Come out for some pick-up basketball action with fellow 16 - 24 year olds where you can hoop it up with friends or make new ones on the court. FUN ZONE (AGES 3-10) Non-registered program where parents/guardians can bring their children while they access the facility (i.e. workout, swim). Children will participate in gym games and activities. ROCK WALL (AGES 6-12) Rock climbing creates body and builds strength, mobility and coordination. Challenges, games and self discovery PROGRAM FEES: • For NON MEMBER: $73.50/45MIN CLASS | $80.50/60MIN CLASS • For MEMBERS: NO FEE You can also take advantage of our kid-friendly open times within our Indoor Pentel Playground, Pool and Gym. Plus we offer several registered programs each session. Check out our online schedules and register for programs that offer learning, play, physical activity, and social interaction for caregivers, children and youth alike. 30

SUMMER PROGRAMS & DAY CAMPS Child & Youth Cobourg Community Centre The Cobourg Community Centre offers 9 weeks of summer camp programs to kids ages 4 – 10. Each week of camp is themed. Children enjoy learning, crafting, skating, outdoor sports and going on adventures to local attractions. Single Day and weekly registration is available. Contact Information: ccc.cobourg.ca/camp Cobourg Dragon Boat & Canoe Club Camp Participants will learn the fundamentals of canoeing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding – balance, steering and paddling techniques. A component of the program also includes water safety and boat care. Campers will also participate in arts & crafts, tie dye and land-based games. Children ages 5-14 are welcome. For more information please visit our website. Contact Information: cobourgdbcc.ca Lakeshore Pentecostal Christian Camp Our camp provides a wonderful environment for families, youth and children to escape the ordinary, to experience new opportunities and to make life-long friends. Lakeshore Pentecostal Camp is a part of the Eastern Ontario District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and is a place where Pentecostal distinctives are communicated and experienced. Contact Information: lakeshorepentecostalcamp.com Northumberland Youth Unlimited Northumberland Youth Unlimited sees the hope and potential in every young person. Through a variety of programs, youth discover their potential and experience lasting hope! Programs offered in the Cobourg area include Summer Day Camp, Cheer Crew, Created to Create, Junior Leader, and Mentoring. Learn leadership skills and develop strong friendships. Receive individual care from our mentors as they walk with you through the ups and downs of life. Contact Information: nyfc.org/programs Cobourg Yacht Club – Learn-to-Sail The CYC Learn-to-Sail program is a two-week summer camp available for youth between the ages of 6 and 16. Camp runs through July and August and teaches youth the fundamentals of sailing. All programs are taught to the Sail Canada standards and all instructors are Sail Canada certified. Students achieve certification at different levels from CANSail 1 through to CANSail 4 depending on their age. Contact Information: cobourgyachtclub.wildapricot.org United Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu - Elevate Summer with Unforgettable Adventures Northumberland's Best Summer Camps offer an exhilarating blend of activities for a summer packed with adventure and learning. From Parkour to martial arts, dance, arts & crafts, dynamic sports, and safe beach days, every session is designed to inspire. Special highlights include YMCA play center outings, unique guest performances from Canada's Got Talent, magical shows, interactive animal encounters, and our signature Glow parties. Get ready for a summer where every day brings something extraordinary! Contact Information: unitedbjj.ca 116 Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Corps “Skeena” With the support from the Navy League of Canada, we offer a no cost program for Northumberland County youth ages 1218, with instruction and training in seamanship, marksmanship, biathlon, sailing, motorboat training, citizenship, and much more. All uniforms, instruction, and summer camp opportunities provided at no cost. Contact Information rcsccskeena.weebly.com/ 31

SUMMER PROGRAMS & DAY CAMPS Child & Youth Northumberland Players Theatre Camp! Campers will learn about acting, scene study, blocking basic improvisation, projection, stage management, lighting and set design. Our talented instructors guide young people through the entire process of mounting a production beginning with the audition through to the final bows. Campers’ days are packed with fun, games and activities chosen to focus and teach stage skills needed for stage performance as well as everyday life. Each week will be tailored to the age and experience of the students. Some sessions will have guest presenters and visits to the Costume House. Back by popular demand are our Comedy Camps. Contact Information: northumberlandplayers.ca Venture13 STEM Camp The Venture13 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre offers 2 one-week STEM Camps for youth aged 11-14. Each week of camp explores the field of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Youth experience robotics, video game design, Minecraft, Lego building and coding. Camp 1 – Monday, July 15 – Friday, July 19 Camp 2 – Monday, August 19 – Friday, August 23. Contact information: venture13.ca YMCA Northumberland – Camp Tiki YMCA Day Camp is an ideal environment for a child to learn, grow and have fun. At camp, children are safe, secure, healthy, active and happy. YMCA Day Camp keeps everyone busy taking part in STEAM activities, challenging low ropes or rock wall courses, participating in outdoor adventure programming and water activities. Availability and schedule will be adjusted as evolving situations require. Visit ymcanrt.org for current information. Contact Information ymcanrt.org/ Maplewood Stables Camp Maplewood Stables Camp is excited to bring back their equestrian camp for 2024! We had so much fun last summer with our campers. We look forward to having some returning faces for this year as well as some new faces. We book to 8-10 students per week depending on their level of skills. Each week will consist of returning riders and new riders. We break the group up for riding so each group will get appropriate teaching for their level of riding. Children ages 8+ are welcome. Contact Information: mwstables.wordpress.com My Camp Wish List! 1. 2. 3. 32

KIDS GUIDE TO COBOURG Across [1] Two wheel transportation. [3] A large sandy shore. [4] You can do this at the beach or in a pool. [5] Warmest three months of the year. [6] Spending the night in a tent outside. [8] A large area of water at the beach. 5 Down [2] Frozen treat on a hot sunny day. [4] You need sunglasses in this weather. [5] Grains on the beach. [7] A place to swim. 6 7 1 2 3 4 8 Play at each Town of Cobourg park this summer and check them off as you go! Share your photos on social media and tag @experiencecobourg so we can share the fun! Donegan Park - One playground with swings Fitzhugh Park - One playground with swings Ivy Park - One playground James J Tracey Park - One playground Lionel Tut Gutteridge Park - One playground with swings Morley Cane Park - One playground with swings Optimist Park - One playground with swings Peter Delanty Park - One playground with swings Peace Park - One playground Sinclair Park - One playground with swings Victoria Park - Two playgrounds Westwood Park - One playground with swings 33

SUMMER BUCKET LIST Family adventures in Cobourg! Spend a day at the outdoor pool Cool off at the Victoria Park Splash Pad Build a sandcastle at Cobourg Beach Go to a movie in the park Visit the Farmers Market Try a free drop-in program at the Cobourg Public Library 5 Watch fireworks on Canada Day over the harbour Get an ice cream cone from a local shop Paint your own pottery at Crock-A-Doodle S A N D U M M Crossword Solution 1 B 2 I 3 B E A 6 C A C E C R E A M K E H 4 R 7 P O O 8 L A K E I S U N N Y W I M G 34

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Community Adult Programming Anytime Fitness Friendly, professional staff are trained to help you along your fitness journey, no matter how much support you need. Membership includes a free, no-pressure fitness consultation, global access to more than 4,000 gyms, and always open 24/7 convenience. Contact Information: anytimefitness.com Bodilogix Fitness The staff at Bodilogix believe you should be experiencing the quality of life you deserve. It’s about optimal living and the vitality to take on everything you want in live, with energy to spare. It is their mission to help you embrace a healthier lifestyle and live happily ever active. Contact Information: bodilogix.com CrossFit Cobourg CrossFit is a program developed to offer a full-body workout that combines elements of cardio, weight lifting, gymnastics, core training and more to prepare the body for the unexpected. This high-intensity workout is extremely varied and all about getting the most bang for your workout buck. Contact Information: crossfitcobourg.com Curves Over 25 years ago, Curves changed women’s fitness by delivering studio fitness without the premium price. While the workouts are only 30 minutes, you feel the benefits long after. A Curves membership gives you the tools and support you need to reach your goals and set the stage for a healthier, more active future. Contact Information: curves.com EAST Studio Located in a historic building in downtown Cobourg, we offer weekly Pilates, Yoga, Barre & Fusion-style classes. Plus East Studio offers workshops, community initiatives and special events. Contact Information: east-studio.ca 35 Fitness Frenzy Fitness Frenzy will help you achieve your fitness and health goals, quickly and safely. Improve your mood, energy and de-stress. As well as in person training, we offer online training and coaching, both synchronized and a-synchronized. Contact Information: fitnessfrenzy.ca The Ignite Company IGNITE training combines strength, core, balance, flexibility, and cardio. Boot camps, yoga, youth performance, team training, small group training, and private sessions are available. When you show up to our classes, you aren’t just walking into a gym - you are becoming part of our community. Visit our website to view membership options & drop-in rates. Contact information theignitecompany.ca Oxygen Yoga and Fitness We hit you up with a unique variety of 45 & 60 minute group yoga and fitness fusion classes all done in a state of the art FAR Infrared heated studio. Step outside of your daily chaos and instead, embrace the FIRE WITHIN YOU! Contact Information oxygenyogaandfitness.com

Community Adult Programming Living Well Movement Centre Northumberland's only fully equipped Pilates studio and Yoga Centre. Progressive and safe group classes: Pilates, Reformer, Mindful Strength, Yoga, Somatic Movement. Curated Specialty Series, Workshops and Courses. Private Therapeutic Pilates and Yoga specializing in Post-rehabilitation, Trauma Responsive Care for stress, anxiety and PTSD, NonPharmaceutical pain relief. Contact Information: livingwellmovement.ca Northumberland Roller Skating Collective (NoCo RoCo) NoCo RoCo brings the community together through a shared-love of roller skating. Whether you are experienced, just starting out, or are simply curious about roller skating, we invite you to join us! We organize seasonal indoor and outdoor meet-ups, learn to skate workshops and so much more. Contact Information: FB: Northumberland Rollerskating Collective Your Yoga Practice Whether you are starting to explore yoga to help you move more freely, building your abilities for your own health benefits, or expanding your practice to find the deeper edges of your posture, the team at Your Yoga Practice can assist you. Yoga is most beneficial when it is tailored to your abilities and goals. This is Your Yoga Practice: your success is their primary focus. Contact Information: youryogapractice.ca Healing Hearts Yoga Inc. Our Yoga Studio (Shala) and Wellness Centre serve as a sanctuary for healing, connection, and enlightenment. We offer a diverse range of classes and services, including traditional yoga, chair yoga, meditation sessions, chakra healing, reiki treatments, spiritual readings, and tarot card consultations. At our studio, we prioritize the alignment and balance of the chakra system, crafting yoga flows and practices tailored to harmonize and awaken each energy center. Contact Information healinghearts.yoga Our Services Meet Our Lawyers Civil Litigation Real Estate Family Law Wills/Estates Corporate Law Landlord Tenant Board Location Port Hope (59 Walton Street) Cobourg (5 King Street West) Chantalle Fish Bridget Jokitalo James McGrath 36 Jason Schmidt Scott McCracken Jennifer Weeks Stefania Del Rizzo

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Community Adult Programming Group Fitness - YMCA Northumberland We offer a variety of group fitness classes that cater to different fitness levels and interests. These classes provide a great opportunity to socialize and meet new people while working out. Most classes are drop-in, allowing for flexibility in scheduling, while a few require registration. Whether you're looking to improve your strength, flexibility, or endurance, or simply have fun while exercising, the group fitness classes at YMCA Cobourg have something to offer for everyone. Become a member to enjoy our full range of offerings or purchase a Day Pass should you want to join in on a few of our specific activities. There is something for everyone at the Y! Personal Training - YMCA Northumberland Looking for more guidance with your workouts? YMCA Personal Trainers are highly qualified, and certified through an accredited organization or have earned physical education degrees from an accredited institution. They’ll work with you to help you achieve your fitness goals in a safe and healthy way. Our team of trainers strive to design plans that are supportive, cutting-edge, and customized to your specific needs. Mothers of Newborns Program YMCA Northumberland The Mothers of Newborns Program at the YMCA is designed to provide mothers with an easy and safe path towards health and wellness while creating a network of support and belonging during their babies first year. Program pass includes access to the Cobourg and Brighton YMCA facilities, specialty programming, social networking opportunities and much more. Some of our activities include: Baby and Mom Baby Water Bootcamp Stroller Strong For more information on all of the YMCA Northumberland programming, please contact them, stop into the Cobourg facility, or visit their website at ymcanrt.org YMCA Schedule Monday – Friday: 5:00am – 9:30pm Saturday: 6:00am – 7:00pm Sunday: 7:00am – 6:00pm 37

EXPLORE COBOURG Landmark & Mural Walk The Town of Cobourg is packed with things to see and do. Throughout this beautiful Town you will find various landmarks and murals all representing a special piece of Cobourg’s history and culture. Learn more about this beautiful Town through the selfguided landmark & mural tour below! WHERE YOU WILL EXPLORE Ferry Crossing Myst ic Wings Henley Arcade Growing Wi ld Mural Statue of Int roibo Ad Al tar i Dei Fern Blodget t Statue Concer t Hal l at Victor ia Hal l The Gather ing Place Medi tat ive Ci rcle GET THE MAP! to learn more about each landmark and mural on the selfguided walk, please visit experiencecobourg.ca or scan the QR code. SELFGUIDED TOUR! BIKE RENTALS! The Bike Rental Program is back this summer! Explore Cobourg on two wheels. Location: Cobourg Beach by the Tourism Kiosk. Availability: July & August from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please visit experiencecobourg.ca for rental rates 38

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Teams, Clubs & Associations Badminton Cobourg Badminton Club The Cobourg Badminton Club plays Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. at the Cobourg Collegiate Institute. New players, competitive and recreational players over the age of eight are always welcome. Please visit our website for the current season dates. Contact Information: cobourgbadmintonclub.com Baseball & Softball Cobourg Jr. Angels Softball Association The Cobourg Jr. Angels recognizes young athletes by providing opportunities to play and seek personal excellence. The association strives to elevate the profile of our organization throughout the community and province. Contact Information: cobourgangels.ca Cobourg Legion Minor Softball The Cobourg Legion Minor Softball Organization house league program encourages players of all ages and skill levels to participate in softball. We foster a safe environment of fun, physical exercise and fair play! Please check the website for registration information. Age Divisions: U5, U7, U9, U11, U13, U15/17 Contact Information playfastball.ca Northumberland Baseball Association Northumberland Baseball is a combined effort of Cobourg and Port Hope competing in both an association House League system and the Eastern Ontario Baseball Association. Rep Teams 9U – 14U and House League. Contact Information: northumberlandbaseball.ca 39 Basketball Lakeshore Minor Basketball Association The Lakeshore Minor Basketball Association offers both House League and U14 Major Bantam basketball. Programs start up in the fall of each year. All of their competitive teams play in the OBL (Ontario Basketball League) and typically train from October to May when Provincials occur. During the summer months the Association hosts two Basketball Development Camps for kids. Contact Information: lakeshorebasketball.ca Curling West Northumberland Curling Club Offering Beginner, Novice, Women’s, Men’s, Mixed, Open and Junior Leagues as well as a Learn to Curl program for those new to the sport. Contact Information: wncc.ca Cycling Cobourg Cycling Club Competitive and recreational cycling. Cyclocross/Gravel Road, Mountain Bike Group Rides, Tempo rides and Time Trial Race Series. Please visit their website for more information. Contact Information: cobourgcyclingclub.com Cycle Transitions Cycle Transitions’ mission is to make cycling the most accessible form of transportation in Cobourg, breaking down economic barriers while reducing smog and congestion. You can repair your bicycle under the guidance of skilled technicians, take a workshop to learn new skills, purchase an affordably priced refurbished bicycle, or access Can-Bike cycling courses. Contact Information: cycletransitions.org Northumberland Hills Cycling Club The Northumberland Hills Cycling Club was founded in the spring of 2010. The inaugural ride was a phenomenal success and since then the group has grown to over 150 members. The NHCC strives to optimize flexibility & diversity while maintaining inclusiveness that’s always been important to the Clubs culture. Contact Information: northumberlandhillscyclingcl ub.com

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Teams, Clubs & Associations Ganaraska Freewheelers Cycling Club The Ganaraska Freewheelers is an organization that promotes recreational cycling in Northumberland County. Ganaraska Freewheelers enjoy the social aspects of cycling in a noncompetitive environment. The group rides Tuesday mornings, Friday evenings or mornings, with occasional weekend outings. There are also annual weekend trips to other scenic and cycling friendly areas. Members take turns hosting rides starting anywhere in the Brighton to Courtice, Port Hope to Millbrook locales. Rides are generally from 50 to 60 kilometres, with shorter options provided, at a moderate pace. Contact Information: ganaraskafreewheelers.com Canoe, Kayak, Dragon Boat Cobourg Dragon Boat and Canoe Club Canoe, Kayak and Stand-Up Paddleboard programs, Dragon Boat programs, Competitive racing and summer camps. Contact Information: cobourgdbcc.ca Cobourg Yacht Club The Cobourg Yacht Club clubhouse sports a dining room with a mouthwatering menu and an exquisite view of Lake Ontario. The club provides programs such as summer camp, Learn-to-Sail, sailing instructions and hosts regular racing nights. Contact Information: Cobourgyachtclub.ca Survivor Thrivers Dragon Boat The Survivor Thrivers work together to inspire hope, to strengthen those affected by breast cancer and to support breast cancer research. In the off-season, we keep fit with dry-land, weight and aerobic training. In addition to dragon boating, the team facilitates The Northumberland Breast Cancer Support group offering monthly support group meetings which occur the second Wednesday of each month at Port Hope Knights of Columbus Hall. Contact Information survivorthrivers.com Golf The Mill Golf Course The Mill Golf Course is a public course offering golfers a picturesque 9 hole experience, located in the heart of Cobourg. The walkable course seamlessly blends into the natural surroundings. Experienced golfers will enjoy the extra challenge of the river bisecting the course. Contact Information themillincobourg.com Gymnastics Northumberland Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics builds strength, endurance, flexibility, co-ordination and body awareness. NGC is the largest gymnastics facility in Northumberland County and is fully equipped for both men's and women's gymnastics and offer programs to suit all ages and abilities. The club offers Trampoline programs, Seasonal Camps, Sensory Programs, and more! Contact Information: northumberlandgymnastics.uplifterin c.com 40 Hiking Pine Ridge Hiking Club The Pine Ridge Hiking Club is one of nine member clubs that make up the Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association who maintain the trail from Port Hope to the Bruce Trail and to Georgian Bay. Members hike in the beautiful rolling hills of Northumberland - a good way to get to know the out of the way villages and hamlets of the County - and also enjoy the challenge of completing the Ganaraska Trail end-toend. Contact Information: pineridgehikingclub.ca Hockey Cobourg Cougars The Cobourg Cougars are a member of the Ontario Junior Hockey League in the East Division. In addition to being the winners of the 2017 RBC Cup, there have been many members of the Cobourg Cougars who have moved on to Division 1, Division 3, USport, OHL, QMJHL and NHL rosters. Additional information, including game schedules, can be found online at: cobourgcougars.com

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Teams, Clubs & Associations Northumberland Minor Hockey Association The Northumberland Nighthawks offer house league, select and rep hockey in Cobourg and Northumberland County. Contact Information: northumberlandminorhockey.com West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association The West Northumberland Girls Hockey Association (WNGHA) is committed to supporting the growth of girls’ hockey and is proud to develop and promote girls’ hockey within Northumberland County and the surrounding area. As part of the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA), the West Northumberland Wild has teams playing at both recreational and competitive levels. Contact Information: wngha.ca Northumberland Bulldogs – Special Needs Hockey Team The Northumberland Bulldogs are an organization for individuals of all ages who are developmentally and intellectually challenged. Their focus is to develop their athlete’s skills and abilities so they are able to play and enjoy Canada’s favourite sport! If an individual can move on skates, coaching staff will develop the rest of the skills required. Coaches and volunteers are trained to work with intellectually/developmentally challenged individuals for skills development. Contact us to register. Contact Information: FB: @northumberlandbulldogshockey Jiu-Jitsu United Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu United BJJ is committed to providing a friendly, family oriented environment for residents to learn effective Martial Arts. Their incredible staff, student base and instructors are excited to welcome you to their academy and support you and your family in achieving your goals. Contact Information: unitedbjj.ca Lacrosse Cobourg ViewTech Kodiaks The ViewTech Cobourg Kodiaks are a Major Series Lacrosse team playing out of the Cobourg Community Centre. Regular season is from May to August. Please check website for information on the next season. Contact Information: cobourgkodiaks.ca/HOME.html Northumberland Lacrosse Northumberland Minor Lacrosse offers House League for everyone age 3 & up and Rep programs for everyone age 5 and up! Contact Information: northumberlandlacrosse.com Lawn Bowling Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club The Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club welcomes new and experienced members. For those who have never played before, the club offers free lessons for beginners without any membership obligation. Contact Information: cobourglawnbowlingclub.weebly.com/ Indoor Short Mat (Lawn Bowling) The Short Mat Bowling Club is an affiliate of the Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club and new members are welcome. The club meets at the Cobourg Community Centre from October to April. The game is played on a mat 45 feet long by 6 feet wide using standard lawn bowls. Contact Information: cobourglawnbowlingclub.ca 41

RECREATION & PROGRAMMING Teams, Clubs & Associations Pickleball Outdoor Pickleball The Town of Cobourg has two outdoor Pickleball Courts located at Peter Delanty Park and Sinclair Park. Courts are free to use, however the courts can be booked for games, tournaments, or other recreational activities. Indoor Pickleball Through the Cobourg Seniors Activity Centre programming, the Cobourg Community Centre offers weekly open court times. The CCC has an active membership base who are always looking for new players. Cobourg Pickleball Club The Cobourg Pickleball club welcomes all those interested in the game of pickleball to join us. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in North America with courts popping up around the world. We have beginner, intermediate and advanced playing options. We play outdoors from the middle of May until Thanksgiving weekend at Sinclair park. We have tournaments and social events. If you are interested in learning about us, or the game of pickleball check out our website. Contact Information: cobourgpickleballclub.ca Cobourg Tae Kwon Do Cobourg Tae Kwon Do's dynamic Martial Arts Program has something for everyone. Children gain rock solid self-confidence, build unshakable selfesteem, and hone razor sharp focus, while adults get fit, improve flexibility and quickly eliminate stress! Contact Information: cobourgtaekwondo.ca Rugby Cobourg Saxons Rugby The Cobourg Saxons Rugby Club offers a wide variety of rugby programs from Co-Ed Minor Flag Rugby through to Women’s Touch Rugby. Flag rugby, an introduction to the sport of rugby, is offered for Under 8 and Under 10 age groups. Introduction to Contact, a modified form of contact rugby, starts at Under 12. Junior rugby is offered to boys and girls in Under 14, Under 16, Under 18 categories. Senior Rugby is for men and women 18 years and older. The Saxons also have both an Over 35 Men’s Team and Women’s Touch Rugby Team. The Saxons home pitch is at Westwood Park. Practice times vary for each team, please see their website for more information. Contact Information: cobourgrugby.com Northumberland Soccer Club The Northumberland Soccer Club offers both indoor and outdoor soccer for youth ages 4 – 18 and adults ages 19 and up. Contact Information: northumberlandsoccer.com The Town of Cobourg has two multicourt Tennis Courts located at Peter Delanty Park and Sinclair Park. Tennis courts are free to use however, you are also able to book them for tournaments or other events. Peter Delanty Park (Coverdale Tennis Club) The Coverdale Tennis Club operates from May to October at Peter Delanty Park. Contact Information: coverdaletennisclub.com Sinclair Tennis Group The Sinclair Tennis Group operates from April to November (weather permitting) at Sinclair Park. Monday, Wednesday and Friday club members play from 8:00am to 12:00pm. Court Location: 540 Sinclair Street Northumberland Breakers Volleyball Northumberland Breakers Volleyball Club offers teams to compete in the OVA Indoor volleyball season. Contact Information: breakersvolleyball.com 42

As we look forward to warmer weather and summer plans, we hope you consider exploring Cobourg. From gourmet restaurants, and unique shopping experiences to one-of-a-kind museums and galleries a white sand beach and vibrant waterfront there are great experiences waiting for you right here in our own backyard. Now is the time to plan to be a tourist in your own town and rediscover all that Cobourg has to offer. Visit experiencecobourg.ca for more information on what is happening here in the “Feel Good Town” @experiencecobourg @experiencecobourg tourism@cobourg.ca experiencecobourg.ca COBOURG, THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME 43

HISTORIC COBOURG LIFE IN THE PAST LANE... Settlers started arriving in Cobourg in the 1790s which, at the time, was known for its 40 houses, 2 inns, 4 stores, several distilleries, a grist mill and a whopping population of 350! From the Sifton-Cook Heritage Centre to the historic and iconic Victoria Hall (circa 1850), Cobourg has seen quite a few changes. It was once known as a “turn of the century” American summer resort which brought Cobourg a certain social cachet and style. When visiting, or exploring your own Town, you’ll also want to stop in to see the Victoria Hall Courtroom which was the location for the sensational trial that has been called “The Last Battle of the Great War.” There is plenty of history right here in the beautiful Town of Cobourg! We encourage you to explore all there is to learn. HISTORIC WALKING TOURS! Did you know that we have unique and interesting heritage walking tours throughout our Heritage Conservation Districts? The Poppy Trail With this virtual tour and booklet, we invite you to come and explore Cobourg’s history. Using the booklet as your guide, you may walk the tour on your own, or watch the video and enjoy learning about Cobourg’s wartime past from the comfort of your own home. This tour of Cobourg’s historic downtown will allow you to savour charming period architecture and streetscapes while learning about Cobourg’s significant war time contributions. Commercial Core Heritage Conservation District The Commercial Core District is defined by mid-to-late 19th century commercial development. Settlement began to occur more rapidly following the war of 1812. In the 19th Century the Commercial Core was much more residential in nature, as many shop owners lived above their businesses. Please remember the homes you view are private property and should be viewed from the street. Enjoy your tour through a sampling of Cobourg’s heritage. East Heritage Conservation District The East Heritage Conservation District is one of the oldest residential neighbourhoods in the Town of Cobourg. The East District is an example of incremental residential growth in Cobourg, as with the other residential districts. The construction of Cobourg’s first Anglican church (St. Peter’s) in 1818 attracted wealthy settlers who wanted to live closer to their place of worship. Please remember the homes you view are private property and should be viewed from the street. Enjoy your tour through a sampling of Cobourg’s heritage. George Street Heritage Conservation District The George Street Heritage Conservation District was originally settled by Nathaniel Herriman in 1799. The differing architectural styles is due to the incremental growth of the district. Some of the styles include Classical Revival, Gothic Revival and Ontario Cottage Vernacular. In the 1850s George Street was meant to be the main thoroughfare to and from the railway station, but with competing interests the location of the station changed and Division Street became the main thoroughfare. Please remember the homes you view are private property and should be viewed from the street. Enjoy your tour through a sampling of Cobourg’s heritage. West Heritage Conservation District Land in the West District were subdivided by 1850s, but most construction did not take place until the 1870s with the uptick in the Town’s economic activity with new industry locating within the Town. The dominant form of the West District is vernacular design, which were constructed for workers. This tour includes stops outside of the West District. Please remember the homes you view are private property and should be viewed from the street. Enjoy your tour through a sampling of Cobourg’s heritage. SCAN FOR THE TOURS! 44

GROUPS, CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS History & Heritage Cobourg and District Historical Society The Cobourg and District Historical Society promotes interest in the history of Cobourg and district and beyond, encourages the preservation of historical, archaeological and architectural heritage through monthly meetings featuring speakers, the publication of presentations and organizing and participating in special events. Our meetings are fun and lively, perfect for citizens who want to learn more about the Town we live in. Monthly in-person meetings at Victoria Hall take place in the Concert Hall. Contact Information: cdhs.ca Architectural Conservancy Ontario The local branch, ACO Cobourg & East Northumberland, focuses on community issues and programming opportunities. Typical branch activities include advocating for threatened heritage properties, providing conservation advice, publishing a newsletter, managing revolving funds for heritage restoration projects, creating fundraising events, leading tours, and providing social events for its membership. Contact Information: ACOntario.ca New Canadians Centre Northumberland The New Canadians Centre offers support to immigrants, refugees and other newcomers through immigration and settlement services and community connections. Programs include orientation to life in Canada, support with elementary and secondary school registration and orientation, free certified language assessment and referrals to language programs, social events for newcomers and social groups for women and youth. Please contact us to book an appointment to meet in person or online. Contact Information: nccpeterborough.ca Muslim Community of Northumberland The Muslim Community of Northumberland (MCN) is an open group for all Muslim families and their friends in Northumberland County. The MCN group participate in many social activities in the county. Contact Information E: mcn7654@gmail.com Northumberland Hispanic Cultural Club The Northumberland Hispanic Cultural Club (NHCC) was established by the Hispanic-American community in the County to provide a venue for its community members to come together to enjoy and participate in Hispanic American culture. The club aims to promote Hispanic American culture by holding events and, performances that showcase Latin American art, music, food and literature. The club also aims to help and support new Canadians of Hispanic origin to adapt to their new home. Contact Information: northumberlandhispanic.ca Lakeshore Genealogical Society The Lakeshore Genealogical Society is a group of family tree growers and researchers from Northumberland County and beyond. The group meets regularly at Cobourg Library and/or via Zoom to exchange ideas, share discoveries and learn from visiting guest speakers. New members and visitors are welcome. Pre-registration is required. Contact Information: lakeshoregenealogicalsociety.ca 45

GROUPS, CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS Agriculture & Horticulture & Environment Cobourg Ecology Garden The Cobourg Ecology Garden celebrates its 27th anniversary this year. Founded in 1996 by Minnie Pennell and run by volunteers, the garden demonstrates chemicalfree, organic methods for growing a broad range of plants – from vegetables, to Prairie grasses, to hardy native species. It's a place to learn, share ideas and rekindle a sense of wonder at nature's complexity and beauty. The garden is located at the south end of Hibernia Street between Legion Village and the waterfront. Contact Information: cobourgecologygarden.ca Cobourg Garden Club he Cobourg Garden Club (AKA the Cobourg Horticultural Society) is a community based group of members devoted to sharing their love of gardening and all other aspects of horticulture. The Club advocates sound environmental practices and provides educational opportunities for its members through a variety of horticultural activities and projects. Contact Information: cobourggarddenclub.ca Northumberland Land Trust Northumberland Land Trust is a local, community-based charity that is dedicated to protecting nature through land conservation across the county. We are supported through donations and volunteer efforts of dedicated community members who are concerned about the environment and climate change. We welcome visitors to enjoy the trails at the Laurie Lawson Outdoor Education Centre and Lone Pine Marsh Nature Reserve to experience the outdoors! Contact Information: nltrust.ca PROBUS Club of Northumberland PROBUS Club of Northumberland is a vibrant social group focused on activities and interests for retired and semi-retired people 55 and over. Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursday mornings of the month at the Cobourg Lions Centre, and feature club business, upcoming events, coffee/social time, and guest speakers. New members are welcome. Contact Information: probuscanada.ca Sustainable Cobourg Sustainable Cobourg is a volunteer, not for profit, NGO, that advocates for creating a Culture of Sustainability through its Advisory Groups. We create a Culture of Sustainability by seeing the impact of all decisions and actions after assessing, not a single, but a triple bottom-line: planet, people, and profit. We must consider environmental stewardship, social responsibility and economic resilience. Our 6 Advisory groups were created to focus on various areas of concern. They research and develop policy, organize activities, advocate around issues, and co-ordinate public events. Contact Information: sustainablecobourg.ca Willow Beach Field Naturalists Willow Beach Field Naturalists (WBFN) is a local charitable organization that brings nature lovers together to explore, enjoy, and protect Northumberland County’s diverse natural environment. We offer a variety of guided nature walks and activities each year. We hold free monthly meetings featuring guest speakers who focus on a variety of fascinating nature topics. Become a member today! Contact Information: willowbeachfieldnaturalists.org 46

GROUPS, CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS Advocacy & Activism Cobourg Toastmasters Club The Cobourg Toastmasters Club has been helping people in Cobourg and the surrounding region for 18 years. Through the Toastmasters educational program, their aim is to provide practical communication and leadership skills to help members become confident speakers, presenters and leaders. We meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at Trinity United Church. Contact Information: 368.toastmastersclubs.org Canadian Federation of University Women Northumberland CFUW Northumberland was founded in 1991 and is one of over 100 Clubs existing across Canada. The group has over 100 members drawn from Cobourg, Port Hope and the surrounding townships. They seek to promote lifelong learning and promote education and advocacy for gender equality and the rights of women and girls. CFUW-N raises funds annually for bursaries and scholarships for women across Northumberland County in a range of programs for further education including apprenticeships. Through regular meetings and interest groups, CFUW-N members have the opportunity to make friends and enjoy the benefits of learning, socializing, supporting one another and working together for positive change in our communities. All women who support lifelong learning are welcome. Contact Information: cfuw-northumberland .org Cobourg Farmers Market The Cobourg Farmers Market is where you meet your neighbours and friends, purchase excellent local produce and meats, try wonderful baked goods and take home some local crafts and ready-to-eat specialties. Open Saturdays May - December 8am -1pm in Rotary Park. www.cobourgfarmersmarket.org 47

GROUPS, CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS Advocay & Activism Cobourg Queer Collective The Cobourg Queer Collective, provides information for and about the LGBTQQIAP2S+ community in Cobourg, Ontario and the surrounding area. For more information and resources please visit their website. Contact Information: FB: @CobourgQueerCollective Northumberland Advisory Group (NAG) The Northumberland Advisory Group (NAG) formed in the spring of 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The group designed and delivered new programs to support people during lockdown as many services were reduced. People experiencing homelessness faced many barriers accessing many services that became virtual only. The Northumberland Advisory Group is currently working on issues such as sustainability, new funding opportunities and responses to recovery. Contact Information: northumberland.ca/en/housing-help/homelessnessnorthumberland-advisory-group. PFLAG Canada - COBOURG & PORT HOPE PFLAG Canada is a national voice that speaks for a more accepting Canadian Society by providing support, education and resources on issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. Through our PFLAG chapter and contact network, we actively assist in the recognition and growth of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning persons and their families and friends, within their diverse cultures and societies. Join our local PFLAG meeting! Meetings are held at the Trinity United Church, located at 284 Division St in Cobourg, on the first Thursday of each month. Meetings begin promptly at 7pm. All members of Northumberland and the surrounding communities are welcome. Come for support and socializing while we discuss local LGBTQIA2S+ issues. Contact Information: FB: @pflagcobourg 48

GROUPS, CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS Community Resources & Support The Children‘s Foundation The Children’s Foundation strives to improve the quality of life for children and youth in need by providing educational opportunities, inspiring activities, engaging experiences, and resources, that empower children and youth for future success. Contact Information: thechildrensfoundation.com Habitat for Humanity Home Repairs Habitat for Humanity Northumberland has supported over 150+ households through the Home Repairs Suite. There is access to interest free loans, forgivable loans and grants. Funding is available for low-moderate income households to make urgent or necessary repairs to increase safety, accessibility, and efficiency of their homes. Contact Information: habitatnorthumberland.ca/home-repairs Northumberland Humane Society: Pet Food Bank The NHS Pet Aid Program offers financial assistance to low income pet owners in Northumberland County to assist with the cost of spay and neuter surgeries. The Pet Food Bank will provide a two-week supply of pet food to help Northumberland County residents through difficult times. . Contact Information: northumberlandhs.com/services/#petfood For more community resources and support visit experiencecobourg.ca The Community Training and Development Centre The Community Training and Development Centre provides training and development through specialized programs and services, which positively influence individual and community growth. Our purpose is to operate with integrity, to provide innovative, creative, effective, and sustainable solutions for both community and individual improvement. Contact Information: ctdclearningplace.com The Help and Legal Centre of Northumberland The Help Centre provides programs in Income Security and Housing Security. The Northumberland Community Legal Centre provides clients with legal advice and representation in common areas of the law related to income, employment and housing. The services offered by both agencies are available over the phone or in person at our main office, and other areas. Services are free and confidential. Walk-ins are welcome. Contact information: thehelpandlegalcentre.ca/about/ Salvation Army- Cobourg/Port Hope The Salvation Army provides community programs ranging from their food cupboards initiative, to back packs for kids, baby formula, recovery programming, emergency assistance and other supports. Contact Information: tsacobourg.com/ 49

SPRING & SUMMER TOWN GUIDE For the latest information and updates follow the Town of Cobourg’s social media platforms townofcobourg townofcobourg townofcobourg cobourg.ca TownofCobourg townofcobourg Stu Dafoe 50

TOWN OF COBOURG CONTACT LIST Building & Planning (Victoria Hall) Cobourg Community Centre Campground Concert Hall (Victoria Hall) Economic Development (Venture13) Finance / Taxes (Victoria Hall- West Wing) Fire Services Legislative Services/ Victoria Hall Main Line (Victoria Hall - East Wing) Marina Parks (Building 7) Public Works (Building 7) Community Events/ Culture/ Tourism Municipal Law Enforcement/By-law (Market Building) 905-372-1005 905-372-7371 905-373-7321 905-372-2210 905-372-5481 905-372-8944 905-372-9789 905-372-4301 905-372-2397 905-372-8641 905-372-9971 905-372-9971 905-372-8380 Please view the Town of Cobourg's website for the most current information regarding each department. 51

WHO DO I CALL? I want to know about... Town Contact Accessibility ------------------------------------------ Legislative Services Building Permits ------------------------------------ Building / Planning Business Support-------------------------------------Economic Development Community Events ----------------------------------Events/ Culture/ Tourism Dog Bites, Dogs at Large ---------------------------Bylaw Facility Room Rentals at the CCC ----------------Cobourg Community Centre Ice/Park/Sports Field Permits ---------------------Cobourg Community Centre Graffiti on Town Buildings -------------------------Bylaw Hosting an Event ------------------------------------ Events/Culture/ Tourism Lot Grading/Drainage -------------------------------Public Works Illegal Dumping --------------------------------------Bylaw Noise Problems --------------------------------------Bylaw Marriage Licenses -----------------------------------Legislative Services Outdoor Fires/Burn Permits ----------------------Fire Department Potholes -----------------------------------------------Public Works Park Lighting -----------------------------------------Parks Property Standards ---------------------------------Bylaw Playground Equipment/Repair ------------------Parks Street Banners ---------------------------------------Events /Culture/ Tourism Snow Removal- ---------------------------------------Public Works Subdivision Assumption --------------------------- Building/Planning Streetlights --------------------------------------------Public Works Tree/Broken Limb -----------------------------------Parks / Forestry Traffic Signals/Street Signs ------------------------Public Works Waste Overflow in Parks ---------------------------Parks Emergency Services, Government & Community Contacts Emergency Services: For immediate emergencies please call 911. Fire Department ------------------------------------------ 905-372-9789 Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH)---------------- 905-372-6811 Police Department --------------------------------------- 905-372-6821 Community Contacts: Business Advisory Office --------------------------------- 905-372-9279 Chamber of Commerce ----------------------------------- 905-372-5831 Cobourg Library -------------------------------------------- 905-372-9271 Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA)-----905-377-8024 Farmers Market ---------------------------------------------905-373-4578 Food Bank ----------------------------------------------------905-372-5308 Help Centre -------------------------------------- ------------905-372-2646 Info Northumberland--------------------------------------- 905-372-8913 Legal Aid-------------------------------------- -----------------905-377-0627 Humane Society----------------------------------------------905-885-7808 Northumberland Community Legal Services ---------905-373-4464 Northumberland County Garbage & Recycling ------905-372-3329 Ontario Provincial Police Cobourg------------------------905-372-5421 Lakefront Utilities -------------------------------------------905-372-2193 Government: Court Office --------------------------------------------------905-372-3751 Health Unit ------------------------------------------------ 1-866-888-4577 Landlord/ Tenant Board-----------------------------------888-332-3234 Member of Parliament (MP) -----------------------------905-373-4595 Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP)--------------905-372-4000 MPAC----------------------------------------------------------866-296-6722 Post Office--------------------------------------------------- 905-372-3349 Service Ontario----------------------------------------------905-372-3813 Social Services-----------------------------------------------905-372-6846 LEGISLATIVE SERVICES What We Do For Residents Civil Marriage Ceremonies: Marriage Licenses Mayors Office Cobourg Municipal Council The Town of Cobourg conducts civil wedding ceremonies Friday afternoons. You can book a civil marriage ceremony with the Town if you're looking for a simple, non-religious ceremony. Ceremonies are conducted at Victoria Hall in the historic court room. If you’re looking to apply for a marriage licence visit Cobourg.ca/weddings for step-by-step instructions. All marriage licence applications must be completed online. The Mayor’s Office is located at Victoria Hall 55 King St. W. Cobourg’s Town Council is the legislative body that represents the citizens of Cobourg and is comprised of a Mayor, Deputy Mayor and five (5) Councilors who serve for a four-year term. Contact weddings@cobourg.ca weddings@cobourg.ca mayor@cobourg.ca clerk@cobourg.ca 52

Bylaw Enforcement & Licensing What We Do For Residents Contact Municipal Law Enforcement and Licensing Services provides a variety of regulatory services intended to improve public health and safety, increase consumer protection, promote standards of maintenance and livability, enhance the quality of life for residents and increase the vibrancy of the Town. Officers are available 24 hrs, 7 days a week to assist the community. Animal Related Enforcemnet Activites Licensing Related Enforcement Activities Property Related Enforcement Activities Parking Related Enforcement Activities Services include enforcement of pet licensing and animal care and control standards as established in the Town’s Animal Control By-law. Services include administration and issuance of various business, property, pool enclosure, pet, taxi, and lottery license's, and permits. Services are directed at ensuring that properties meet minimum standards as they relate to health, safety, property maintenance and appropriate land use. Service include administration and enforcement of parking standards established in the Town’s Parking By-law. bylawenforcement@cobourg.ca bylawenforcement@cobourg.ca bylawenforcement@cobourg.ca bylawenforcement@cobourg.ca PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES What We Do For Residents Administer Building Permits & Inspections The Building Department's intention is to administer permit applications and issuance, conduct inspections in accordance with the Ontario Building Code and the Town of Cobourg's Zoning By-law, as well as other applicable laws and regulations to ensure the standards for construction and plumbing are consistent throughout the Province. Building Services also oversees property standards compliance. Economic Development The Economic Development Department provides support to existing, new, and expanding businesses. Their offices are located at Venture13 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre. Be sure to add your name to the business support newsletter by visiting investcobourg.ca or emailing CORPORATE SERVICES Finance / Taxes What We Do For Residents Accounts receivable payments/inquiries Accounts Payable Taxes Contact taxes@cobourg.ca accountspayable@cobourg.ca taxes@cobourg.ca 53 The Finance Department can be reached by telephone at 905-372-8944 In - Person Services At the Finance Counter the following in-person services are available. Tax payments/inquiries Accounts receivable payments/inquiries Parking Passes Parking Fines – payment Only Transit Passes / Tickets Garbage Tags – on behalf of Northumberland County Contact planninginfo@cobourg.ca econdev@cobourg.ca.

TOWN OF COBOURG PARKS The Town of Cobourg has over 53 beautiful parks and green spaces. Many of the Town parks include features such as accessible picnic tables, playground equipment, wider pathways and curb cuts for ease of access for wheelchairs and strollers. Your efforts to help keep the parks clean will motivate others to do the same for all to enjoy! Adult Fitness Park Dog Park Located at the Cobourg community Centre, 750 D'Arcy Street Cobourg, the adult fitness park has outdoor fitness equipment for all residents of the Town to enjoy. We have a (9.24 ac) off-leash dog park located at 777 Ontario Street for all dog owners to enjoy. It is a large area with plenty of room for running, fetch and other pet friendly activities. Cobourg Skatepark The Skate Park at Donegan Park is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Parks With Playgrounds Has Public Washrooms Parks that include playgrounds: Donegan Park - One playground with swings Fitzhugh Park - One playground with swings Ivy Park - One playground James J Tracey Park - One playground Lionel Tut Gutteridge Park - One playground with swings Morley Cane Park - One playground with swings Milestone Park - One playground Optimist Park - One playground with swings Peter Delanty Park -One playground with swings Peace Park - One playground Sinclair Park - One playground with swings Victoria Park - Two playgrounds Westwood Park - One playground with swings Cobourg Greenhouse Victoria Park Splashpad Located on Thompson St., the Greenhouse Complex is approx. 7500 square feet. Approximately 80,000 plants are grown in the greenhouses. Plants are grown for municipal gardens located in parks and municipal properties and downtown décor. The Rotary Floral Clock located in Victoria Park is filled with thousands of plants planted in a unique design. The 2022 floral clock was dedicated to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Poinsettias are also produced in the holiday season to decorate inside town buildings and facilities in December. Plants are not for sale at the Cobourg Greenhouse. During the warmer months, the Victoria Park Splashpad is open for use by families visiting the Cobourg Beach. The splashpad is open daily from 8:00am- 8:00 pm. Cobourg Greenhouse Open House! To celebrate the beginning of this year’s gardening season, the Community Services Divison would like to welcome all residents to tour the Greenhouse to see what flowers will be planted in this year’s gardens. Town of Cobourg Parks staff have been busy seeding and transplanting the annuals and perennials that will be planted in this year’s public flower beds and flower baskets around town. Saturday, May 11th 10am – 1pm 501 Thompson St, Cobourg, ON. Flowers are not for sale 54

FIRE SERVICES Did you know that the Town of Cobourg Fire Department has been proudly serving the citizens of Cobourg since 1832! The Cobourg Fire Department is pleased to support our community, and can provide the following services: Non-emergency assistance with smoke and carbon monoxide alarms for homeowners and tenants Public education and school fire safety awareness programs Home and business inspections to promote fire prevention Compliance support regarding adherence to fire regulations Hazardous material mitigation Firefighting and other emergency response In the event of an emergency please call 911. 111 Elgin St E, Cobourg ON K9A1A1 POLICE SERVICES The Cobourg Police Service is a trusted community partner committed to quality policing that protects safety and security, enhancing the quality of life in the Town of Cobourg. Through emergency response, crime prevention initiatives and public safety engagement opportunities, Cobourg Police works with community partners to address safety and wellness challenges. The Cobourg Police Services is pleased to support our community, and can provide the following services: Emergency response Online reporting and bicycle registry Crime prevention initiatives and engagement opportunities, including Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design audits, Car Seat Clinics, Lock it or Lose it, and safety presentations Road Safety initiatives and enforcement Major event support Community Camera Registry Criminal Record Checks 55 Non-Emergency 905-372-6821 Emergency Call 9-1-1 info@cobourgpolice.com 107 King Street West Cobourg, ON K9A2M4 Coburg Police Service Report non-emergency crime online cobourgpoliceservice.com/onlinereporting/


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Cobourg Transit is a fully accessible service that has three (3) buses running On Demand services. Cobourg Transit also offers an origin to destination service called WHEELS for eligible riders who cannot use conventional transit. For more information on Town of Cobourg's Public Transportation please contact 905-372-4555 or email, transit@cobourg.ca. www.cobourg.ca/tranist To book a ride by telephone, please call 905-373-0582 Discover a world of free fun for everyone, at your Cobourg Public Library! Contact Us! Hours of Operation Cobourg Public Library 200 Ontario Street Cobourg, ON K9A 5P4 T: 905-372-9271 E: info@cobourg.library.on.ca .cobourg.ca/en/Library Monday to Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Sundays in July and August and on all statutory holidays. 58

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