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The Great Canadian Maple Meal Post Image

May 15, 2019

The Great Canadian Maple Meal

Article by Karen Wehrstein / Photography by Tomasz Szumski The sap has run, the syrup making is done and true Canadians, strong and free, want to celebrate our glorious golden bounty of sweetness in every way. How about a meal with every component graced by its presence? To help you recover from...

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Paddlers – There's a new event coming to the Oxtongue River this spring Post Image

May 14, 2019

Paddlers – There's a new event coming to the Oxtongue River this spring

A new two-day paddling event – Algonquin Outfitters The OX, named for its scenic setting on the Oxtongue River near Algonquin Park 

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ARTrail Muskoka - A new arts experience Post Image

April 22, 2019

ARTrail Muskoka - A new arts experience

A new, self-guided year-round art experience is being launched Muskoka-wide. ARTrail Muskoka will include 67 artists at their studios. The purple ARTrail banner will be displayed in front of each artist's location when they are open. So if the purple banner is out, the artist is in! Last fall, local artist Bonnie...

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Celebrate Spring on the Maple Trail Post Image

March 26, 2019

Celebrate Spring on the Maple Trail

The Muskoka Maple Trail is your opportunity to create your own customized, maple adventure. A regular spring day can become an exceptionally sweet spring day during the Muskoka Maple Trail, a culinary trail centred around maple syrup. There are 27 stops in total stretching across Muskoka. From sugar bush tours and...

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Watershed Wonders Ribbon Cutting Post Image

July 25, 2018

Watershed Wonders Ribbon Cutting

Muskoka Discovery Centre’s newest interactive, permanent exhibit is now open to the public. After six long months of fund raising, content development, designing and construction, Watershed Wonders was opened by Muskoka District Chair John Klinck and Mayor of Gravenhurst Paisley Donaldson, Thursday, July 19, 2018. Also attending the ribbon cutting were...

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The tradition of lawn bowling returns to Muskoka Post Image

July 04, 2018

The tradition of lawn bowling returns to Muskoka

It doesn’t take much imagination to conjure the old world charm of lawn bowling. Men in their sailor caps and ties, and women in long white dresses catching up on the talk of the town as they tumbled the bowls along long manicured greens. A century ago, bowling greens could be found...

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