Cultural Centre Events
8th Annual Festival of Trees
November 24, 25 & 26
Now in its eighth successful year, the Festival of Trees is a Christmas-time fundraising event which takes place at the Minden Hills Cultural Centre, with funds going towards community programming. Traditional Christmas trees are decorated by the decorating committee or by sponsors, and are placed throughout all the buildings and Heritage Village of the Centre.
The fully decorated trees are raffled off during the course of the event which takes place on Nov 24, 25 and 26. In addition to the trees, there are wreaths, garlands, gift baskets, gift certificates, a gift shop and free fun activities for children. This is a spectacular experience with plenty of good cheer.
Download the FOT Design and Decorator Letter 2017 for more information or to submit an application to decorate or donate a tree.
Raffle Tickets 6 for $5
Adults $5 (18+)
• Themed Traditional and Decorative Christmas Trees
• Wreaths │ Gift Baskets
• Garlands │ Gift Certificates
• Silver Bell Gift Shop
• Sugar Plum Candy Shop
• Santa’s Café
• Free Children’s Craft
• Beautifully decorated village
• Storytime Elf
The Minden Hills Festival of Banners invites you to participate in the revival of an exciting project in our village. Students and adults in Haliburton County are being encouraged to create designs for banners that will be hand painted and hung from light standards and hydro poles throughout the village of Minden. The banners have been a vibrant addition to the community’s colourful summer and fall months.
Theme: This year’s theme, in the spirit of the national celebration of 2017, is Canada 150.
Download the MH Festival of Banners 2017 Introduction Package and Invitation for more information. Adult and Student Entry Forms can be downloaded below:
This initiative is made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Township of Minden Hills, the Government of Canada and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
July 1, 2017
Canada Day Celebration in Minden – 150th Anniversary
The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is celebrating with many events this year you do not want to miss!
On the grounds there will be the launching of the day with David Archibald. Performance starts at 11:30pm to 2pm. At 12pm Archibald will lead the singing of the National Anthem. Science performance, kids activities, beer garden, free Kawartha ice cream and living history in the Heritage Village, traditional tea in the Bowron House 1866 and visual exhibitions at the Agnes Jamieson Gallery.
The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is located at 174 Bobcaygeon Road, Minden Ontario K0M 2K0
Phone: 705-286-3763 Email: email@example.com