Two guest speakers come together for two free evening presentations: Tuesday Nov. 19, 7pm at the Renfrew Public Library and Wednesday Nov. 20, 7pm at the Bonnechere Union Public Library in Eganville.
Duncan Noble, trained by former US vice-president and Nobel Laureate, Al Gore and the Climate Reality Project will present, ‘Climate Realities and What We Can Do’, a multi-media presentation on climate change and its impacts and solutions, and Dorothy Garlough will present ‘A Glimpse in Time’ a photographic slideshow depicting past, present, and future possibilities for our region.
The BRWP was selected to present a Pecha Kucha - an interesting new presentation method of 20 slides x 20 seconds per slide - at the Living Waters Rally being held virtually on Oct 3 and 4, 2013. The Living Waters Rally wasg organized by the Canandian Freshwater Alliance. To view the Pecha Kucha, click here.
The grand finale of "Bonnechere River -Future Tense" is taking place this Friday Aug 23 at the Horton Community Centre. The dinner seats are sold out, but there are still seats available for the performance, beginning at 7pm. $10 per person, available at the door. Don't miss this last chance to see this fabulous play! A co-production of the BRWP and Stone Fence Theatre!
Great turnout for the BRWP and Whitewater Region sponsored workshop,"The Secret Life of Your Septic System" on Aug 14th! The turnout was so great in fact (80 participants) that we ran out of copies of the Septic Do's and Don'ts handout. For those who didn't receive a copy and for anyone else who may be interested, you can find it here.
The Secret Life of
Your Septic System, a free evening
presentation for anyone who owns a septic system, is coming to Whitewater
Region Township Hall, 44 Main Street in Cobden on Wednesday August 14 at 7pm.
learn how to make their septic systems last, while protecting the environment
and their family’s health. A septic system can cost thousands of dollars, and
if cared for properly, a system can last more than twenty years, if mis-treated,
it could fail in half that time. Come on out and learn how to protect water
quality and your investment, and have a chance to meet septic installers,
inspectors and pumpers. Door prizes of free septic system pump-outs, inspections and more!
Presented by the
Bonnechere River Watershed Project, in partnership with the Township of
Whitewater Region. Financial support in part from the Ontario Trillium
Foundation and from local donors. Refreshments will be served.
Due to the storm and wide-spread power outages, we've had to cancel this evenings (July 19) "Bonnechere River Future Tense" performance that was scheduled to take place in Barry's Bay.
Despite the high temperatures, many people came out and enjoyed the two performances of "Bonnechere River -Future Tense" at the Art in the Park event on Sunday July 14th. Next performance is Friday July 19th in Barry's Bay. See our Events page for more details.
Drop in and say hello at the BRWP display booth this Sunday, July 14th at the Art in the Park event at Haramis Park in Renfrew. The co-produced musical comedy, 'Bonnechere River-Future Tense'
will be performed by Stone Fence Theatre twice that day; at 11 am and 1pm. Join the fun!
Thirty paddlers turned out on Saturday June 15th, to paddle together from the second chute, downriver to the mouth of the Bonnechere. Novice and expert paddlers alike, all enjoyed the wonderful weather and experience of the 12 km paddle through the meandering and scenic section of the Bonnechere River.