Mainly cloudy, chance of a shower and a high of 11C. Whaaa? Plus we’ve got that cool Northerly wind. So much for our surprise summer!
This morning Shawn Chamberlain joins us at 100.9 CanoeFM. We’re live from 7 to 9am. Also available at http://www.canoefm.com. Put a little warmth into your morning, grab a coffee and join us as we make some radio!
Dale Walker, Executive Director of HHHS Foundation, will be our guest after the 8am news to talk about Mumford and his role in the Hike Haliburton Events.
Lorraine and I are on the air – 7 to 9am, at our usual hang-out – 100.9 CanoeFM. Listen live at http://www.canoefm.com.
Yep, if the weatherman is correct, it will be a steamy one today. A high of 30C is predicted Sun and cloud expected after the thunder and lightning.
Start off fresh with Lorraine McNeil and yours truly for a fun two hours on 100.9 CanoeFM. We’re live from 7 to 9 am.
Lorraine and I will be acting as greeters this coming Sunday for the Terry Fox Run in Haliburton. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone take part. The Minden run will begin at 9.30 am and the Haliburton run at 12 noon.
Welcome to the 55+ Senior Summer Games participants. They’ll be out at Pinestone Resort and Conference Centre today for a range of game activities … and then a banquet to cap off the day. Have fun!
Tammy Rae is our special guest after the 8am news .. we’ll be talking about the Youth Media Lab, Those Other Movies and TIFF. Tammy is with Sticks n Stones Media and just loves to talk about all the exciting things that are going on in media. It’ll be fun.
Yes, Harlen Saunders the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken was born on this day. Here’s a pic of yours truly (as a child) interviewing Harlen on ‘OC the Busy Bee.
This morning, Shawn Chamberlain is with us to help celebrate a Monday morning … Happy Monday everyone!
Don’t forget … this Sunday, the 15th, is the Terry Fox Run … please sign up and join your friends and neighbours.
Shawn Chamberlain had yet another birthday yesterday and, despite the extreme effort he put into blowing out all the birthday candles, he’ll join us this morning for the Friday edition of the program.
Join Shawn and myself from 7 to 9 am on 100.9 CanoeFM or on-line at http://www.canoefm.com
Shaping up for a pretty good weekend .. let’s start it off right with a little bit of fun over coffee. And awaaaay we go!
Today I’ll be over in L’Amable, just past Bancroft, at Dungannon Hall, to speak about living as a Boomer & Zoomer. It should be a lot of fun. This is the first of a series of mobile lectures being put on by the Haliburton Highlands Chapter of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons. Donna Gagnon is the lead off speaker talking about researching your family history. Donna runs WeGoBack and is well-known in our area.
Today is September 3rd, and the weather is shaping up to give us some cool overnight temperatures just to let us know that “things are-a-changing”
Some families have got the young-uns heading back to school today and I’m sure there’ll be a lot of excitement and confusion connected with that. Good luck all.
Lorraine McNeil and I will be on the air at 7am to start your day, on 100.9 CanoeFM. Hope you can join us for the fun and information.
We’re still getting over the effects of gaining 5 hours but, after a wonderful visit with relatives and dear ones throughout England, we are on home planet once again. This morning on CanoeFM Lorraine McNeil and I will have tea and crumpets and a jolly good time as we welcome RED GREEN to the show, just after the 8am news.
Join us for some fun, from 7 to 9am at 100.9 Canoe FM, or at http://www.canoefm.com. The voice of the Haliburton Highlands.
Well, one of us is. Canadian Tenor Richard Margison is our guest after the 8am news. Richard is Artistic Director of the Highlands Opera Studio Program and he will in our studios to tell us about the events and performances in this annual series. The beautiful music begins next week.
Shawn Chamberlain is our co-host this morning … hope you can join us on 100.9 CanoeFm or at www.canoefm.com.
Forecast is for rain this morning but clearing by this afternoon. Maybe, just maybe, Lorraine McNeil and I can start your day of on a brighter note. We’re live on CanoeFM from 7 to 9 am. That’s 100.9 or http://www.canoefm.com.
This morning, in our first hour, we’ll play an interesting chat we had earlier this week with Eric Duhatscheck, hockey writer for the Globe and Mail. Eric and 11 members of his family are going to the After the Flood concert Saturday night.
In our second hour, right after the 8am news, David Mills and Glen Carter, stars of The Sunshine Boys (opening next week at the Highland Summer Festival), will share some schtick with Lorraine and I. It should be fun.