Kawartha Lakes Bee City Pollinator Pathway Garden Tour
Nature & Outdoors
Lindsay and Area
The first ever Pollinator Pathway Garden Tour will be held on June 22 from 10am-4pm as part of our Bee City Pollinator Week celebrations.
What is a Pollinator garden? How can I help support our declining native bees and other beneficial insects?
On this self-guided tour you can visit up to 12 private gardens and 7 public spaces. Big and small, old and new, in towns and around the countryside.
Sign up at your local Municipal Service Centre or complete our online form to be registered to get a Pollinator Pathway map*. Choose where you would like to go and how much time you would like to spend.
Discover the nature in someone else's backyard. Meet your neighbours. Find out where to buy native plants. Discover our fair City. "Bee" inspired to register your own garden on the Kawartha Lakes Pollinator Pathway Map.
POLLINATOR WEEK CULINARY PARTNERS:
Visit these local restaurants who are supporting Pollinator Week and the food brought to us by Pollinators!
Boiling Over Coffee's Vault, 148 Kent St. W, Lindsay
Fresh Fuell, 146 Kent St. W, Lindsay
Olympia Restaurant Cafe and Bar, 106 Kent St. W, Lindsay
Corner Bites Eatery, 169 Kent St. W, Lindsay
Orchid Bistro, 12 May St., Fenelon Falls
Murphy's Lockside Pub & Patio, 3 May St., Fenelon Falls
Country Cupboard, 9 May St., Fenelon Falls
Kawartha Coffee Co., 58 Bolton St., Bobcaygeon
Riverside Inn, 7497 Hwy 35, Norland
Quaker Oaks Farm, 789 Monck Road, Seabright