Head to Muskoka September 15-17 for a taste of country living at the 150th Bracebridge Fall Fair & Horse Show. Folks who think that Muskoka shutters up after Labour Day should consider a trip to Bracebridge, Ontario this autumn to attend one of the most charming family events of the colourful season. For 150 years, locals and visitors... Read more»
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The 5th annual Painted Chairs and Paddle Silent Auction is on now in downtown Parry Sound! This year for your downtown viewing pleasure there are four chairs and 26 paddles to bid on, each one painted by local artists. There are both full-size 48 inch paddles and smaller 24 inch paddles up for grabs, including... Read more»
In the late 1800s, Gravenhurst, Ontario was known as “Sawdust City” due to the number of sawmills and the importance of the timber trade to the town. This summer there is a new festival coming to “the gateway to Muskoka,” one that will pay homage to the town’s rich history. The Sawdust City Music Festival,... Read more»
The Kee to Bala has been cottage country’s favourite summer concert venue for decades. A Muskoka rite-of-passage, generations of locals and cottagers have grown up listening to live music here and swapping stories of epic adventures of a night out with friends. And now in its 76th season, the 2017 lineup of exceptional musicians promises to be... Read more»