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July 28, 2014
The Annual Falcon Lake Fun Fest which will be held Friday, July 4th (5pm to 11pm) and Saturday, July 5th (11am to 11pm) in the Falcon Townsite near the main beach. There will be a fair with rides, games, beer gardens, many street vendors and a fireworks display at sunset (on Saturday night).
The WCA will have a tent among the vendors, our directors are looking forward to the opportunity to meet and greet with cottagers and visitors to the park!
July 28, 2014
The Province has issued a flood warning impacting the Whiteshell
“Areas of the Whiteshell have experienced heavy rain. The Winnipeg River system is experiencing very high flows due to significantly higher than normal precipitation in eastern Manitoba and northern Ontario. The Lake of the Woods Control Board has been directing a series of outflow increases from the dams at the outlets of Lake of the Woods and Lac Seul in response to these conditions, with a goal of balancing the high inflow conditions being experienced throughout the region.
Nutimik Lake, which is part of the Winnipeg River system, is at 907.9 ft., a record high level on the lake. The water level at Nutimik Lake is expected to rise by four to six inches over the next week but this increase may be higher if heavy local rainfall occurs.”
Additional information as of June 26, 2014 from Manitoba Conservation:
“To date there has been some flooding that has impacted low lying cottage areas, campgrounds and other park facilities along Nutimik Lake. Conservation and Waster Stewardship is closely monitoring the situation regarding water levels and the potential for further impact to campers, cottagers and property owners. Attempts are being made to contact cottage owners that are being, or will be impacted so that they may take steps to protect their properties.
Sand has been hauled to the ball diamond near Otter Falls and Nutimik Block 1 boat Launch, where cottagers needing to protect their properties can find sand bags. In an attempt to assist cottagers with the situation Firefighting crews are currently filling sand bags at these locations.”
July 28, 2014
This is a call for volunteers!
The West Hawk to Falcon Lake road clean-up will take place Saturday June 28. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Falcon Lake Conservation Office at 9:00 AM. Please call Richard to register at 204-349-8406; leave your name, contact information and the number of people in your party attending. A BBQ lunch will follow the clean-up. Event is weather permitting.
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