Community and Volunteer Groups

Community involvement is important to the residents of North Frontenac. There are a variety of community groups in the Township each offering a unique features a variety of is grateful for all of the accomplishments that the various community groups have delivered to our community. 


Cloyne District Historical Society

An established group of individuals who are dedicated to preserving the history of the area. If you live locally you might be interested in joining. If you're going to be in the area, we would love to see you. The society owns, operates, and maintains the Pioneer Museum.

North Frontenac Historical Society and Archives (NFHSA)

Formerly the Clarendon and Miller Community Archives, the NFHSA conserves local materials currently in private hands and makes them available to the community. It provides a place for local history research and encourages community pride and interest in history through local history events. 

Contact: Brenda Martin (613) 479-2837

 Community Volunteer Groups (Halls)
Cloyne Recreation Club (Barrie Community Hall)

Contact: Michelle Alcock

Clar-Mill Community Volunteers
Contact: Stephanie Lemke, President

Enhance the quality of life in North Frontenac by providing support to make a positive difference in our community


Harlowe Hall Committee
Marie White
 Ompah Community Hall Committee
Katie Worden


Snow Road Community Hall Committee

Rick Morey


General Interest
 North Frontenac Amateur Astronomy Club
Contact: Betty HunterNorth Frontenac Amateur Astronomy logo
Ompah Community Volunteer Association

Stan Seitz


Fire Departments
Kaladar-Barrie Fire Department

North Frontenac Fire Department

Sports, Athletics and Exercise

Clar-Mill Hall
Tuesday and Thursday nights. 5:00pm-5:45pm. 
Cloyne Picklers
Peter Hurley


Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9am

Plevna Picklers

Evelyn Wiltshire


Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9am


Contact Evelyn for setting up scheduled games outside of the drop-in hours

Snow Road Snowmobile Club

For over 45 years, the Snow Road Snowmobile Club has supported snowmobiling throughout the Township. As a member of District 6 of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, this volunteer-driven group maintains over 470kms of trails throughout the region and actively fundraises through delicious breakfasts and dinners, sales and other endeavours.

Their heated clubhouse at 1106 Gemmill’s Road in Snow Road Station is open 24/7 during the winter season and offers ample parking to those looking for a warm place to rest.

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