Our annual autumn show will once again amaze how many talented Canadian artists we can be proud of.Algonquin Reflections is all about our natural environment; rugged landscapes, wild life, lakes depicted in a wide variety of art forms. Algonquin Reflections is a beautiful collection of Canadian art all to enjoy in one space.
Take a tour around Ontario’s beautiful Muskoka region. The tour takes you around several of the Muskoka lakes along routes with breath taking views and spectacular rock cuts. The fabulous tour will have you traveling through several small towns and over terrain that consists of moderate rolling hills. This event is not a race and is geared for everyone to participate from the race enthusiast to the first time rider there is a course for you. The event is fully supported with vehicles, food and water stations.
The Muskoka Maple Festival is a family-friendly event on Main Street in downtown Huntsville, Ontario.
The Muskoka Maple Festival will be April 27, 2019 in downtown Huntsville which will feature an all-day pancake breakfast, maple syrup producers, arts & crafts vendors, unique maple items and gifts, tasty treats, live music, a beer garden, street performers, interactive events and more!
Our art show is called Reverdie which means Spring Fever. After our long and sometimes very cold winter days we are longing for Renewal; Sun, bright colours, fresh energy. Meet our known and new artists who will reflect just that. Colour, light and motion will be our focus in this show.
On Friday, November 30th starting at 7PM the Huntsville/Lake of Bays Rotary Club presents the Huntsville Santa Claus Parade! At 6:15pm Join the BIA and the Huntsville Rotary Club for the Second Annual Tree lighting Ceremony at the Town Hall Steps. Featuring music by the Huntsville Community Choir, and free hot chocolate from the Merchants of Downtown Huntsville!
To register a float please contact the Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce at 705.789.4771 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Route: Along Main St/King William St – starting at Centre Street and ending at Huntsville Place Mall.
Beatlemania Revisited" captures the look, the sound and the excitement of The Beatles live in concert! All songs in the Beatlemania show are performed “note for note” by this amazing international ensemble who are further augmented with incredible costumes and vintage instruments to truly capture the spirit of the Fab Four. The evening kicks off with their famous 1964 appearance on the Ed Sullivan television show and follows The Beatles through their entire career with numerous costume changes including the Sgt. Pepper and Abbey Road eras. Musical highlights include “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” “Ticket to Ride” “Yesterday” “A Hard Day Night” "Yellow Submarine", "Let It Be" and of course "Hey Jude" amongst the many audience favourites. Don't miss this audience interactive show when it comes to Huntsville!
For tickets or more info please visit: https://tickets.algonquintheatre.ca
The fun begins at sunset and continues into the wee hours of the morning. Visitors can wander through the streets of Huntsville to discover surprising works of art in unexpected places.
Event starts Saturday, July 28, 2018 7:00 PM and ends Sunday, July 29, 2018 1:00 AM
For more info please visit: www.huntsvillefestival.on.ca
9th Annual Huntsville Jazz Festival • July 28th - July 29th
Join us to celebrate a long weekend of great entertainment and discover Muskoka Magic - Jazz style!
We are thrilled to acknowledge TD Bank Group as our returning principal sponsor for the Festival. TD Bank Group has established itself as a promoter of the arts in general across Canada, and specifically a supporter of some of the finest jazz festivals in the country. We look forward to a long term relationship with TD Bank Group and salute them for their support of this initiative.
For more info please visit: http://www.huntsvillefestival.on.ca/huntsville-jazz-festival.html
Downtown Huntsville's 41st Annual Midnight Madness
We close Huntsville’s quaint Main Street to cars, and open everyone’s eyes to a Friday evening street festival with family fun, great food and shopkeeper specials. This year we'll have a DJ and street dance party - fun for everyone!
For more info please visit: www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca
A great day of family fun. The core of the festival is the long lost, but never forgotten, Bathtub Derby. In its heyday the Derby attracted thousands of local residents, and visitors to the community to witness the zany antics of motorized bathtubs as they navigated their way through a challenging course of obstacles trying to maintain balance and speed.
For more info please visit their website: http://rotarydockfest.com/
Celebrate Canada's Birthday in Downtown Huntsville! Head over to River Mill Park for the for live music throughout the day! Listen to local music and taste the many flavours of our restaurants as you stroll downtown. Fireworks at dusk over Hunters Bay.
For more info please visit: http://www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca/calendar/2017/7/1/canada-day-150-celebrations-4a5gl
Intimate & Interactive with Alexis Taylor
Alexis Taylor is a Canadian singer and songwriter who was born and raised in the small town of Huntsville, Ontario. From a young age she showed a great interest in music, displaying proficiency in guitar, vocals, and strong capabilities in the area of songwriting.
At the age of 12, she wrote her first song and learned how to play guitar shortly after. Throughout her highschool years she performed in many local venues including the Huntsville Algonquin Theatre, The Gravenhurst Opera House, Hidden Valley Resort, and Deerhurst Resort. She competed as a finalist in Muskoka Star Quest and was a part of the first annual Muskoka Song Night. By then, music had become an inseparable part of Alexis' life.
After highschool, she continued to build upon her musical skills through studies at Berklee College of Music and performed at various venues and radio stations throughout North America. It was during a visit to Nashville, Tennessee in 2012 that Alexis fell in love with the city and decided to pursue music full time.
Summer 2016 saw the launch of Alexis' international career with a tour throughout Scandinavia opening for renowned singer/songwriter Doug Seegers. "Being able to open for someone as talented and genuine as Doug Seegers along with his incredibly gifted band has been an experience of a lifetime," she says. "The opportunity truly allowed me to grow as a performer, and I am so grateful that Doug took me under his wing."
Currently making frequent trips to Nashville, Tennessee, Alexis is continuing to follow her dream of becoming a musician; performing at a variety of venues in North America, and working on new music she hopes to share in the near future.
For tickets or more info please visit: https://tickets.algonquintheatre.ca
Calling all Canadian classic rock fans! “No Sugar Tonight” celebrates the music of three legendary Canadian artists: The Guess Who, Bachman Turner Overdrive and Burton Cummings. “No Sugar Tonight” features an incredible, ALL-CANADIAN cast of accomplished musicians, capturing the powerful vocals, dynamic rhythm and sizzling lead guitar of iconic Canadian hits including “American Woman”, “Taking Care of Business”, “These Eyes”, “Stand Tall”, “No Time”, “My Own Way To Rock” and of course “No Sugar Tonight” amongst the many audience favourites. Get ready to rock with a great night of Canadian music!
For tickets or more information please visit: tickets.algonquintheatre.ca
Join runners (and walkers!) of all levels in the morning in Downtown Huntsville for the 5km, 10km, or half marathon run, kids 1km fun run and 5km walk. Live music is played throughout the route and it promises to be the most fun you'll have in a race - period! A special concert to follow in the afternoon.
Please visit their website for more information: bandontherun.ca
It’s a rock’n roll spring tradition in Muskoka! Returning for its 6th year, April Wine is bringing another fantastic show to Deerhurst Resort. One of Canada’s most popular and enduring rock bands, these rock icons are known the world over for timeless hits like “Bad Side of the Moon,” “You Could Have Been a Lady,” “Just Between You and Me,” “You Won’t Dance with Me,” and so many more.
Huntsville, Ontario - Saturday, May 26th 2018
Online Registration Closes May 24th 2018
Welcome to the 14th Annual Spin the Lakes Cycle Tour!
Take a tour around Ontario’s beautiful Muskoka region. The tour takes you around several of the Muskoka lakes along routes with breathtaking views and spectacular rock cuts. The fabulous tour will have you travelling through several small towns and over terrain that consists of moderate rolling hills. This event is not a race and is geared for everyone to participate from the race enthusiast to the first time rider there is a course for you. The event is fully supported with vehicles, food and water stations.
Money goes to support the Canadian Mental Health Association
• Early Bird Price until April 15th - $62
• After April 15th - $72
• Day of Event - $80
Only the registrations completed by May 7th includes a free T-Shirt
Email email@example.com for any questions or further information regarding the event.
The event will go rain or shine so be prepared, Registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable.
THE BARRA MacNEILS On The Bright Side
The Barra MacNeils are touring this spring in support of their latest release On The Bright Side, an exquisite collection of everything their fans love. It's an upbeat album, with fiddle tunes that you know will erupt into a flurry of step-dancing on stage. When Lucy sings the heart-wrenching Ribhinn Donn, whether or not you 'have the Gaelic', have a tissue handy. You'll need it. The distinctive family harmonies; an array of rhythmic instruments weaving through and around various themes—some decidedly classical but then, suddenly, very traditional Cape Breton; the lads singing a cappella; a thoughtful solo gradually merging into a frenzied all-hands-on-deck medley … it exudes the passion and energy familiar to anyone who has ever experienced The Barra MacNeils stage show. For the unfamiliar, critical acclaim says it all: “a treasure of the East Coast, rich with tradition and unmatched in ensemble performance.” … “The Barra MacNeils capture the feeling of 'close your eyes and you're there'.” … “They play what they like and folks like what they play.” … “Moments of beauty as well as raucous memories like this can linger forever.”
As always, the five MacNeil siblings—Lucy, Boyd, Stewart, Kyle and Sheumas—combine on a vast array of instruments including accordian, guitar, piano, fiddle, bodhran, mandolin, banjo, Celtic harp, tin whistles, bouzouki, flute … underpinned by the nimble-fingered Jamie Gatti on bass. If you’ve ever been wowed by their Christmas show, be prepared to have the wow factor raised exponentially as the band is unleashed from the strictures of the season. “Nothing but dumbstruck awe.” Don’t miss On The Bright Side with The Barra MacNeils!
THIRD ANNUAL Muskoka 2/4 Craft Beer Festival
River Mill Park - Downtown Huntsville - 11am to 6pm
Tickets are $20 in advance (includes a 5oz Beer Sampling Mug and 3 beer coupons)
Tickets purchased at the gate are $20 (includes a 5oz Beer Sampling Mug and 1 beer coupon)
BUY TICKETS online at www.algonquintheatre.ca or in person (cash only) at Pharmasave (29 Main St E.) or The Huntsville/Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce (37 Main St E. - 1st floor of Town Hall)
For more about the event please visit their website: http://www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca/craft-beer-festival/
Elton Rohn Wednesday May 9, 2018 7:30pm Adults: $35 Sr: $32Youth: $20
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. The show includes the Elton Rohn Band – a full seven piece band. Every note is played live, no tracks and there is full four part harmony.Selling out venues across North America the Huntsville show is sure to include all the hits, from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, to Candle in the Wind and Crocodile Rock. "I never thought I would find myself enjoying a tribute band … until I caught a set by Elton Rohn" David Farrell, The Record, Canadian Music Journalist
"I film hundreds of bands. This is without question, simply the best tribute act I have come across" Scott McWhinnie, Videographer
"Elton John Tribute a stunning show…” The Muskoka Weekender