Arts, Culture and Heritage

The above photo is from the The Kick and Push Railway gallery


The Township of Central Frontenac is located at the southern tip of the Pre-Cambrian Shield and its geography reflects the transition from rich farmland to hard rock topography. The intersection of the two main highways in the region (Hwy 38 and Hwy 7) also serves as a trade or market transition zone for the area. At this point, the trading influence of Ottawa meets the trading range of the Golden Horseshoe as residents and visitors find a relaxing alternative to the 401. The major villages in Central Frontenac include Sharbot Lake, Parham, Arden, Tichborne, Godfrey, and Mountain Grove.


Like many rural communties, much of Central Frontenac's history is centered around the railway which served local communities through the delivery of goods and the employment of many residents. Visit the Kick and Push Railway website to learn more of our areas interesting history. 


Enjoy small town theatre at it's best! Take in a production put on by the North Frontenac Little Theatre. All productions are held at Granite Ridge Education Centre.

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