• Dinner Theatre (twice yearly) APR 17-19, 24-26, NOV 13-15,20-22, 2015
• Dinner Theatre (summer) TBC, 2015
• Spring Craft Show MAY 16-17, 2015
• Buckhorn GUN Show JUN 20, 2015
• Buckhorn Farmers Market JUN 23- SEP 1, 2015 – 8:30-1pm every Tuesday
• Canada Day Celebrations JUL 1st annually
• Elvis in the House JUL 18, 2015
• Rock the Locks AUG 22, 2015
• ARTISANity SEP 12-13, 2015
• Captured by Camera TBC, 2015
• Buckhorn GUN Show OCT 18, 2015
• Harvest Craft Show OCT 10-12, 2015
• In the ‘Nick’ of Time NOV 28-29, 2015
• Holiday Magic Celebrate the Light NOV 28 – Dec 31, 2015
• Holiday Christmas Gala DEC 5, 2015
In the Spring and Autumn, the Buckhorn Community Centre is transformed into a dinner theatre. The Hall’s Bridge Players – no, they’re not bridge players – act out or up and bring comedies to life for the enjoyment of sold-out audiences.
In the Spring, the event takes place over six nights in April. Tickets go on sale in February. The Autumn dinner theatre happens in November for six nights and tickets are on sale in September.
We are always looking for actors, kitchen help, table setters, and young people to serve the meals. If you’d like to help out, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Centre at 705-657-8833.
A really good show with lots of talent and variety.
– Michael W., Baysville, Ontario
Spring Dinner Theatre tickets 2015 Go on sale Tuesday March 10 at 10am. Enjoy the comedy “Out of Sight, Out of Murder” by Fred Carmichael, directed by Rhonda Brewster. Tickets are $35 and include a snacks, roast beef dinner, dessert, coffee tea, tax, tip and parking! We sell 140 per night. Tables seat 8/9 or 12 people. On Friday and Saturday the doors open at 5:15 with dinner at 6pm. On Sunday the doors open at 3:45pm with dinner at 4:30pm. Check out the poster HERE
DINNER THEATRE – SUMMER 2015
The Summer Dinner theatre TBC.
SPRING CRAFT SHOW
May long weekend
Looking to start spring by rejuvenating your space? Then the Spring Craft Show at the Buckhorn Community Centre should be your first stop. Whether you’re looking for handmade furniture, garden accessories or ceramic pottery for your home, you’ll find it at this show.
But the fun doesn’t stop with your home décor. You can also find one-of-a-kind designer clothing for adults and children, jewellery and woven goods or tempt your taste-buds with local gastronomical delights such as candy, honey, jams and jellies.
Hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission for adults is $5.00 and children 12 and under are free. There is ample free parking and refreshments are available.
For information about becoming an Exhibitor for the Spring Craft Show. For more information, contact the Buckhorn Community Centre at 705-657-8833.
CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS
Always held July 1, our celebrations take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. until fireworks (approximately 10 p.m.)
While there is no admission fee, some of the activities and food are family-priced.
Get your marketplace application application 2015
There will be a marketplace with garage sales and crafts, children’s games, magic acts, face-painting, pony rides and musical entertainment.
Fantastic! Enjoy all events that are held here, friendly vendors and polite staff and volunteers.”
– Peter O’D., Peterborough, Ontario
BUCKHORN FINE ART FESTIVAL
Discover the Power of Art at this award winning Fine Art Festival and Sale. Meet and greet over 90 professional artists, and watch them at work. At this juried art show and sale of original fine art, prints, sculpture, and tapestries, visitors enjoy world class art and live music among the pines and galleries at the Buckhorn Community Centre. Other events include an art competition and a youth art display with interactive art activities, open to the public to enter and participate.
Friday is Preview night – be the first to view and buy new fine art “releases”, enjoy musical entertainment and delicious snacks, while strolling thru the Festival galleries.
Come see why the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival was named one of the Top 100 Festivals in the Province of Ontario. The Buckhorn Fine Art Festival is a major fundraiser for the Buckhorn Community Centre. Over 300 volunteers give their hearts and smarts to this wonderful event.
For further information about the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival visit www.buckhornfineart.com or call 1-877-300-9766.
Why not come out to the BCC on Friday June 5 and enjoy our “Ole Fashioned Fish Fry”. We are deep frying Lake Erie Yellow Perch and French Fries. Bring the whole family. Terri and Rick Johnson will be singing some great tunes that you can dance to or just tap your feet. This event is licenced. Tickets are on sale NOW. Call and reserve yours today. Check out the poster for pricing and details.
HARVEST CRAFT SHOW
It’s never too early to start your holiday gift shopping. And there’s no better place to begin than the Harvest Craft Show at the Buckhorn Community Centre. More than 120 artisans from across Canada offer jewellery, designer clothing, soaps, woven goods, handmade furniture, home accessories and even local gastronomical delights including candy, honey, jams and jellies.
You’ll find something for everyone on your list at the Harvest Craft Show.
Hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Monday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Admission for adults is $5.00 and children 12 and under are free. There is ample free parking and refreshments are available.
For information about becoming an Exhibitor for the Harvest Craft Show. For more information, contact the Buckhorn Community Centre at 705-657-8833.
IN THE “NICK” OF TIME – A Christmas Marketplace
Just in time for Christmas shopping, you can find that unique handcrafted and gift items for even the most difficult person on your list at this festive craft show.
In addition to the sales of hand-crafted and gift items, there is a children’s workshop, snack bar, and tips on decorating your home for the holidays.
Admission is a non perishable food item or $2.
For information about becoming an Exhibitor for the Nick of Time Show. For more information, contact the Buckhorn Community Centre at 705-657-8833.