Canada Day in Muskoka, Eh!

Here’s a roundup of all that’s going on in Muskoka / Lake Of Bays on Canada Day, take a cruise on the boat from your luxury waterfront cottage in Muskoka and enjoy the festivities!

Lions Club Peameal On a Bun Breakfast
River Mill Park at 9:00 am

O Canada & Canada Day Cake
River Mill Park at 10:00 am
Mayor Scott Aitchison and dignitaries will cut the Canada Day cake. Family friendly activities including the Huntsville Fire Department Ladder Truck and the Fire Safety House, enjoy music from Muskoka Concert Band and sing O Canada. Canada flags, tattoos and pins.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 232
Opening Ceremonies at 11:00 am
Festivities all day long! Hot dogs and hamburgers, face painting, games for the children, band from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and much more! Don’t miss the roast beef dinner starting at 5:00 pm (two sittings). Donations are appreciated.

Muskoka Heritage Place Strawberry Social & Steam Up Day
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Don’t miss the live entertainment, costumed narrators, historical demonstrations and complementary strawberry scones, while supplies last.

Downtown Huntsville’s Food & Music Festival
Main Street from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
An afternoon of food, music and fun. Main Street will turn into a street-sized café with local restaurants offering international cuisine plus music provided by Hunters Bay Radio
and lots of other fun entertainment.

Robinson’s Independent Grocer
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Kids make your own Canada Day birthday cake to take home. Tattoos, games and
snacks. 1:00 pm – Annual balloon release – prizes to be won. $2 donation per child to
the President’s Choice Children’s Charity would be appreciated.

Port Sydney Celebration
Port Sydney Beach from 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Beach party music and BBQ, sand castle competition, decorate a Canada Day t-shirt, kids activities by camp Mini-Yo-We, Huntsville Fire Department Truck, Ontario Watercross racing demo, Citizen of the Year Presentation and much more!

Make it Green & Blue
Canada Day with a light footprint!
The Huntsville’s Youth Green Team will supply recycling services plus details on sustainable waste management!

Culture Station Open House
26 Station Road . 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join the Huntsville Art Society, Huntsville and Area Historical Society, the Huntsville Train Station Society and Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce at The Culture Station! Check out the Huntsville Art Society Member’s show “Then and Now” in the Signal North Gallery and tour the historic Huntsville (CN) Train Station and Baggage Room. Explore the historical features and artistic displays highlighting our community’s heritage and learn how to send a telegraph! Historical books and publications for sale. Enjoy complimentary Canada flags and pins.

FIREWORKS!
Launch location over Hunters Bay behind the Fire Hall at Dusk . 10:00 pm
Great locations to view fireworks: Avery Beach, Huntsville Public School and the Huntsville Fire Department. Tune in to THE MOOSE FM 105.5 and enjoy the fireworks set to music!

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