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Township of Tiny Invites Community to Celebrate Parks, Recreation, and Seniors Month

May 31, 2024 – Tiny, Ontario – June is designated as Parks, Recreation, and Seniors Month in Ontario. The Township of Tiny is excited to invite the community to join us in celebrating parks, recreation, and seniors all month long.

Throughout the month of June, there are a variety of exciting activities and events to bring the community together. For example:

  • We are offering several free drop-in programs such as pickleball, tennis, and disc golf;
  • Residents can pick up a sport equipment loaner kit for soccer, bocce ball, disc golf, pickleball, tennis, badminton, or sit and spin by visiting www.tiny.ca/playportal; and/or
  • Join a scheduled event such as the Senior Symposium on June 4, the Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament on June 14, or several activities planned throughout Pollinator Week from June 17-23.

With a median age of 55, the township recognizes that older adults contribute to the vibrancy of our community, and we want to celebrate their contributions to making Tiny such a great place to both live and visit. Some older adults in Tiny even volunteer to help run township recreation programs and keep our parks and beaches clean.

Residents and visitors of Tiny are encouraged to get out and enjoy our many parks and trails throughout the month of June, visit the Off-Leash Dog Park, or explore the beaches throughout the township.

“We are excited to celebrate Parks, Recreation, and Seniors Month with a wide variety of leisure activities that the whole community can take part in,” said Mayor David Evans. “In addition to the array of recreation programs available, we have over 800 acres of parkland, over 70 km of coastline along beautiful Georgian Bay, and a 23 km multi-use recreational trail. There are opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to get out and enjoy all that there is to do, see, and experience here in Tiny.”

Visit our parks and trails page at www.tiny.ca/parks to find the perfect place to get outdoors, or check out the community calendar at www.tiny.ca/events to see all of the activities happening this month.

 

Township of Tiny Calls for Vendors and Exhibitors for the 2024 Community BBQ

Submitted by Township of Tiny

May 30, 2024 – Tiny – The Township of Tiny is excited to announce our call for vendors for the annual Community BBQ event, which is set to take place on Saturday, July 13, 2024, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Perkinsfield Park (43 County Road 6 South, Tiny).

The annual Community BBQ is Tiny’s biggest, most highly anticipated community celebration, that saw an estimated 1,600 attendees last year. The event offers the Tiny community a day of fun filled with delicious food hot off the grill, live music, a family fun zone, and the opportunity to discover unique finds at the vendor fair.

The township is looking for local artisans, vendors, exhibitors, and community groups to participate in this year’s event. The vendor fair will be located under the Perkinsfield Covered Pavilion. Each space will include an 8-foot table as well as a chair. However, there is no electrical hook-up, Wi-Fi, or ATM access on site. Applicants must obtain or provide proof of insurance, which is available to purchase through the township for a small fee. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Interested vendors can apply by filling out the Vendor Application Form on the event webpage.

For more information about the event or to apply as a vendor, visit www.tiny.ca/CommunityBBQ.

 

Township of Tiny Municipal Law Enforcement Update

May 31 to June 2, 2024

Submitted by Township of Tiny

June 3, 2024 – Tiny, Ontario – Over the period of May 31 to June 2, Township of Tiny By-law Officers were on full patrol responding to a range of calls.

Township By-law Officers patrolled 119.6km throughout the municipality via bicycles. A total of 35 complaints were responded to for various concerns. By-law Officers also issued 19 parking tickets for illegally parked vehicles. For current parking regulations, visit www.tiny.ca/parking.

Dogs Prohibited on Balm Beach Reminder

A reminder to the community that as per By-law #02-115 dogs are prohibited on Balm Beach between June 1 and September 30.

Noise Control By-law

The Township of Tiny would like to remind the community that Noise Control By-law #21-028, Section 3.1 states: “No person shall emit or cause or permit the emission of noise resulting from activity listed in Schedule “A” if clearly audible at a point of reception.” The following are two examples of complaints commonly reported to the municipality:

  • The operation of any electronic device or group of connected electronic devices incorporating one or more loudspeakers or other electromechanical transducers, and intended for the production, reproduction, or amplification of sound;
  • Persistent barking, calling or whining or other similar persistent noise made by any domestic pet or any other animal kept or used for any purpose other than agriculture.