Celebrating an incredible outdoor trail featuring over 90 mural replicas showcasing the works of the Group of Seven and the gentleman who inspired them, Tom Thomson.
Join Community Living South Muskoka for the Community Fall Harvest Festival at Morrison Meadows.
Included with admission: Hay wagon rides, accessible playground, tractor train rides, trails, 3-wheel bike track, maze, field games, sand box, face painting & tattoos, potato launcher, country hoe down theme dress up contest (wear your best country costume!), country karaoke (Sat & Sun, 1 – 3pm, one free pumpkin per family
Time: 10am – 4pm
Also available: Pick your own pumpkin – small $2, large $3
Snack Bar (vegetarian options availble)
Horseback rides $5
Family Admission: Children under 2 – FREE, 2 – 5 years – $5, All others – $10, family Carload – $30. CASH ONLY
Group rates available: call Amanda at 705-645-5494 X 285
We’re so excited about our bestselling Wild North Pumpkin Ale that we’re throwing a party at the brewery! A fall fair for grown-ups, if you will.
• LIVE MUSIC • CORN ROAST • SAUSAGE BAR • PUMPKIN BOWLING • DUNK TANK • PIE BAKEOFF • FOOZEBALL • CORNHOLE • VENDORS • ALL AGES • FREE ENTRY
Time: 11-4 • Free Admission
Harvest 2017 starts September 23!
Harvest is the most exciting time of the year. It’s when we (quite literally) get to see the fruit of our labour! We start two weekends before Canadian Thanksgiving and are usually finished by October 31st. We harvest only once a year. We have 27 acres to pick and produce around 300,000-400,000 lbs of cranberries.
Cranberries are grown and harvested like no other crop in the world. They’re also native only to North America. That makes them a fascinating part of our heritage! Drop by and learn about this unique crop!
• Harvest Hours (until Oct 31): 9-6 daily
• Daily Bog to Bottle Tour @ 11, 1 & 3
• See the harvesting and packinghouse operations
• Enjoy a Wine Tasting
• Shop in The Cranberry Emporium
• Relax on the Patio with a cheese plate & glass of wine
• Sample cranberry goodies at the Cranberry Cafe (Open daily Sept 30 – Oct 15)
• Hike the Trails
• Hunt for Geocaches
• Try kids’ activities like Critter Catching
• All Day Wagon Tours (weekends between Sept 23 & Oct 15)
• Helicopter Rides (weekends between Sept 30 & Oct 15)
• Take the Cranberry Plunge (weekends only, starting September 30)
Sawdust City Brewing Co.brings you Oktoberfest in Muskoka on Saturday, Sept. 30th starting at 5pm. Pull out your lederhosen and join us for the festivities! We’ll provide the beer along with a custom branded Oktoberfest mug! For just $10 (+tax) you’ll get a keepsake mug filled with our very own exclusive Oktoberfest brew: Sägemehl Stadt Festbier. Enjoy games and live music by Toronto’s Coyote Kids, an indie-rock power band. Admission is free but we expect to fill up fast, so make sure to come out early as space is limited!
Join us Saturday September 30th for another fun filled day at the 2017 Muskoka Mud Run Open X-Country Race!
Challenge yourself on some amazing trails in the beautiful scenery of Muskoka and have a truly unique experience!
Registration is now open.
Visit their website, for more information
Come to Port Sydney Cavalcade of Colour “A Community Thanksgiving”.
The 65th Annual Turkey Dinner, a traditional dinner with all the trimmings & homemade pie. Come early, continuous seating from 3:30pm – 7:30pm at the Port Sydney Community Hall.
$15.00 Adults $7.00 Children (12 and under).
Enjoy the phenomenal and exciting fireworks at dusk on the beach at 8:15pm.
In celebration of Heritage Week, the Muskoka Chautauqua collective presents an exhibit of the work of local artists. The Visitor Centre will feature displays of art and artists in action, with live musical performances.
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Please join Rich Hill Candles & Gifts for their 25th annual Thanksgiving Family Festival.
Browse of 5000 sq. feet of gifts, treasures and candles at sale prices everyone loves.Outdoor market curiosites and food vendors, 2017 Christmas inventory 20% off.
This annual event sees thousands flock to the area to see the renowned fall colours and pay tribute to Norman Bethune. The site promises to be the centre of international culture as many Chinese and Chinese-Canadians make the pilgrimage to Bethune Memorial House.
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