Valley gardeners look ahead

Winter is traditionally the time for gardeners to place their seed orders and make plans to start seedlings indoors. But green thumbs in Madawaska Valley use their January meeting for fun as well as planning. On Thursday, Jan.18 at the Opeongo Seniors Centre, 19 Stafford Street in Barry’s Bay, MV …

Enjoy the white stuff this winter at Opeongo Hills Nordic Ski Club

With the imminent arrival of winter comes the opportunity for fresh air and exercise in the great, white outdoors and Opeongo Hills Nordic Ski Club offers both for all ages and abilities. Opeongo Nordic is a non-profit, volunteer-operated cross country ski club offering groomed classic and skate ski trails over …

MV Council Resolution on Gender-based Violence and Intimate Partner Violence epidemic

At the Council meeting on Nov.21 2023, Madawaska Valley unanimously passed a Resolution about Gender-Based Violence and Intimate Partner Violence epidemic. Introducing this item, Mayor Mark Willmer pointed out that Madawaska Valley had received a number of Resolutions about the topic from other municipalities but instead of merely supporting those, …

November at the Library

Madawaska Valley Public Library CEO Natalie Barrington brought us up to date with events at the Library this month. To register for any of these events, please email mvpl.programs@gmail.com or call the Library at (613)756-2000. Author events in Barry’s Bay Story Time Every Wednesday at 10:30 am bring your little …

October at the Library

You can count on Madawaska Valley Public Library – not just for books, but also for plenty of fun activities to suit everyone in your household. CEO Natalie Barrington recently shared the lineup for the balance of October with The Current. Above: Madawaska Valley Public Library this fall. Photo Facebook/MVPL …

MV Planning Report includes Rogers cell tower application

Madawaska Valley’s Manager of Planning and Development, Luke Desjardins (shown above), provided MV Council with an update on various planning matters in the municipality at the Oct.3rd Council in Committee meeting. He began by providing the 2023 building permit figures (January to September) as compared to the same period last …

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