Come join Captain Potts aboard the Peerless II for a 2 hour or 1.5 hour sightseeing tour.
Reservations required/Please call our office 705-645-2462
2 hours – $38.00 tax included
1.5 hours – $32.00 tax included
Sightseeing cruises only no food service no food allowed on ship.
As part of the health restrictions, MANDATORY MASK WEAR is required for boarding and disembarking and interior spaces.
For more information, visit their website
The Island Queen is sailing!
Three-Hour Afternoon Cruise
Georgian Bay’s famous 30,000 Islands offer adventure at every turn! Experience it for yourself with tours that meander through the scenery on our spacious and comfortable Island Queen. Each excursion offers an unforgettable island adventure!
Prices are based on a minimum of two passengers, departing from Parry Sound Harbour (plus hst, and possible fuel surcharge)
Minimum notice to book online is 48 hours, to book a flight departing with-in the next 48 hours please call us toll free at: 1-800-786-1704
Join the Muskoka Steamships for a 1 hour or 2 hour cruise.
These fun sightseeing cruises feature stunning Muskoka Bay and and the grand estates that Muskoka is famous for. You will also see many fascinating local historic landmarks.
All Food and Beverages must be purchased onboard.
We have enhanced safety procedures due to Covid-19.
Masks are mandatory when indoors or moving about the ship.
Due to safety concerns we ask that no outside food or drink be brought onboard. The exception being sealed bottles of water.
Accepted methods of payment: VISA, MasterCard, Debit and Cash.
Come and enjoy our Family – Fun discovery centre, There is plenty of experience and history waiting to be learned and appreciated me by all. Also remember that Muskoka is now a mandatory mask zone.
Travel back in time! To the historical village at Muskoka Heritage Place, Enjoy a day in the olden times and learn interesting facts about our history. Also note that Muskoka is now a mandatory mask zone.
Bethune House commemorates the life and history of Dr. Henry Norman Bethune, a battle front surgeon, promoter of public health care, inventor, teacher and artist. The modern exhibit offers an inspiring story of a small town boy who became the most recognized Canadian in the world.
Canada has varied landscapes, with beautiful mountains, rolling plains, forested valleys, rivers, and lakes. The Canadian Shield, a hilly region of lakes and swamps, stretches across northern Canada and has some of the oldest rocks on Earth.
Our artists are very much inspired by these magnificent landscapes resulting in amazing artworks reflecting the country we are so lucky to live in.
Karen Richardson is a Canadian artist who has felt the magnetic pull of stone – from mountains to boulders to pebbles to grains of sand – from as far back as she can remember.
Having grown up near Algonquin Park in northern Ontario, surrounded by the terrain of the Canadian Shield, Richardson is instinctively drawn to rock-filled wilderness scenery.
The landscape of her childhood was characterized by extensive forests, massive outcroppings of smooth bedrock, and numerous pristine lakes and rivers. She finds harshly beautiful places such as these to be energizing as well as restorative. To date, over 400 of her paintings include stone in some form- from exquisite pebbles to massive rock cliffs.
Save 10% this week only on: Karen Richardson
We have paired up with a select number of local restaurants to introduce the What’s Cooking Bracebridge Food Box.
The box is a limited-edition local Food Box that will include everything you need to be a chef in your own kitchen: pre-portioned ingredients, a recipe card you can keep forever, and biographies about the amazing local businesses you are supporting.
The Food boxes will be available to pick up at each participating restaurant from Friday September 25 – Sunday September 27, but we recommend placing your order ahead of time to guarantee getting your hands on one of these delicious boxes!
To reserve a What’s Cooking Bracebridge Food Box please call the participating restaurant.
Part of a cross country tour of Michael’s new record “Love Valley” to farms across Canada. Each night hosts 20 people in a traveling open-air venue called The Greenbriar. Tickets available through michaelbernardfitzgerald.com – we will update capacity information in keeping with provincial and federal decisions regarding Covid19. In the event that the show has to be rescheduled we will set a new date and continue with a streamed event on the original scheduled date.
The show takes place at Woodfield Sky River Farm: a Therapeutic Animal Farm which includes 59 goats. Come early at 7pm to have a visit!
Matt Weidinger has a voice like no other. The 26-year-old Kitchener, ON native is a passionate young songwriter, who is well known for his mature rock/soul vocals and impressive multi-instrumental (keyboards, guitars) talents.
Defining a genre with his sure-footed everyman approach, the platinum selling entertainer, set for the digital release of “Wreck This” a 6-song EP featuring the single “No Truck Song” and the summertime anthem “Floatin’.” Produced by Jeff Coplan and co-written by Hicks, Jeff Coplan and Bruce Wallace, ‘No Truck Song’ follows Hicks’ #1 chart-topper “What A Song Should Do” and serves as an exciting first look at what’s to come in 2020
ADVANCE SALES TO HFA MEMBERS SEPTEMBER 14TH. CALL 705-789-4975 TO PURCHASE. ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC SEPTEMBER 17TH AT 10AM. WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER? CALL (705) 788-2787 ———————————————- The Huntsville Festival of the Arts is bringing you live music outdoors! Join us for an intimate acoustic performance by one of Canada’s hottest country artists.
With special guests Paul Lagendyk This is your chance to get up close and personal with this platinum selling artist who sells out stadiums and headlines festivals like Boots & Hearts and the Havelock Jamboree.
NOTE: This will be a 60 minute show with encore. Please have one person buy the tickets for each group so we can properly social distance between social bubbles. Ultimately we would love for our guests to buy tickets in groups of 6, but we understand that is not always possible. Minimum purchase quantity is 4, maximum purchase is 10. Gates open at 6pm. Alcohol sales available on site (cash only).
This concert will follow the guidance and regulations set out by the Province of Ontario’s Stage 2 Reopening Framework. As such, the following rules will be in place.
1.Audience capacity will be 100 with physical distancing. 2.Members of the same household or extended bubble may be seated together 3.Washrooms will be available with cleaning protocols. Limit of 2 to each washroom. 4.Washrooms are open, they will be limited to 2 customers at a time. Sanitize before you go in and wash before you leave. Washrooms will be cleaned & disinfected regularly.
2 performances: October 2, 2020 @ 7 pm and October 3, 2020 @ 7 pm
Visit us on Saturday, October 11th from 10 am to 4 pm as we celebrate both Thanksgiving and the last weekend of our 2020 season at the Museum.
The day’s activities will include fresh apple pressing, pioneer craft demonstrations (including wool spinning, and butter-making), corn husk doll making, and more. Refreshments and admission are free! Donations are always appreciated.
We also have our End of Season Gift Shop Sale with discounts on everything, from 10 to 50% off. Start your Christmas shopping early! Wild Republic stuffies for the kids, beautiful McIntosh bone china mug sets, and a great selection of Muskoka books
When Elton John’s guitarist, Davey Johnstone, tells you that you are the most authentic Elton John Tribute act he’s ever witnessed, you know you must be doing something right. Back by popular demand Ron Camilleri channels the music and style of Elton to where you’ll swear you’re seeing the real thing.
2 shows 4:30pm and 8:00pm.
THE STAMPEDERS ~ IN CONCERT CELEBRATING 50 YEARS ‘They’re on their way, to the city lights’ … and, THE predominant Canadian Rock ‘n’ Roll band of the 1970s – The Stampeders – are bringing along all their classic hits: Wild Eyes, Carry Me, Oh My Lady, Devil You, Monday Morning Choo Choo, Minstrel Gypsy, Hit the Road Jack and, of course, the quintessential Canadian – and Hall of Fame – song, Sweet City Woman! A veritable soundtrack to a whole generation that will ‘carry you home’ … maybe not to Birmingham … but back to a time of tie-dyed t-shirts and elevator shoes, 15¢ coffee and homemade apple pie, dating and dreaming … By the time The Stampeders get to the first chorus of the first song, everyone will be singing along. No seventies group represented Canada’s musical identity to the world like The Stampeders. A quick look at Canada’s music scene from 1971 until 1976 confirms The Stampeders were truly the country’s international musical ambassadors, touring more extensively in Canada and overseas than any other Canadian group during that time. In 1977 the trio: Rich Dodson (lead guitar), Kim Berly (drums) and Ronnie King (bass) parted company but reunited, fittingly at the Calgary Stampede, 15 years later in 1992. Since then they’ve been recognized by SOCAN for their Lifetime Achievement, been inducted into the SOCAN Songwriters Hall of Fame on five occasions and the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame for their 1971 seminal hit Sweet City Woman. The enduring musical legacy of The Stampeders, celebrating 50 years… ‘better catch a noon train, better get there for a rock ‘n’ rolling good time!’
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