Weekends in Muskoka are always packed with music, art and outdoors activities. This one’s no different. Get out there and enjoy it!
Climb aboard the M.V. Chippewa
Friday, August 6
What better way to start the weekend than with a Baroque on the Boat morning cruise? Allow the Festival Winds to serenade you aboard the M.V. Chippewa, departing from Parry Sound.
Spend a rockin’ night in Gravenhurst with the Holmes Brothers. The acclaimed roots-R&B-gospel-blues band stages a barn-burning show at Peter’s Place.
Saturday, August 7
Enjoy a true Woodland Art Experience in the scenic gardens, courtyards and rooms of Wood’s End Studios, where 25 artists display and discuss their excellent work. A garden luncheon is catered by North Restaurant.
Explore the world of locomotives at the Muskoka Model Train Show. At the Bracebridge Fairgrounds, peruse the collections of train enthusiasts, vendors and manufacturers, earn souvenirs and door prizes, and nibble on barbecue fare.
Sunday, August 8
Assemble at Annie Williams Park to cheer on the competitors in the Bracebridge Triathalon. You’ll be amazed by these athletes as they swim, cycle and run for glory.
Finish the day right with Endless Summer Live, a California-inspired show, part of Gravenhurst’s Music on the Barge festival.
Weekend entertainment is easy to come by in Muskoka!
Friday, June 5
Tee off amidst the lofty white pines and granite outcroppings of Windermere Golf Club, which this year celebrates its 90th anniversary.
Watch the sun descend below the watery horizon while enjoying fresh pickerel and Alberta-beef steaks at the Moon River Lookout.
Saturday, June 6
Spend a tuneful evening with American blues icon and slide guitarist Sonny Landreth as he stalks the stage at Peter’s Place.
Select from more than 60 wines off the award-winning list at Spencer’s Tall Trees. Food pairings include smoked fish and artisan cheeses, among other local treats.
Sunday, June 7
Discover the grace and style of the early 20th century on a boat cruise aboard the RMS Segwun, the oldest operating steamship in North America.
Delight in the delicate dancing of the Huntsville School of Ballet’s year-end performance at the Algonquin Theatre.
There’s never a dull moment in Muskoka!
Friday, May 22
Fete the human form at Bracebridge’s Chapel Gallery by viewing A Body of Work, an exhibition of figurative sketches and paintings by members of Muskoka Arts and Crafts.
Escape to Bigwin Island Golf Club for a truly intimate day on the links—the course is accessible only by ferry, boat or float plane.
Saturday, May 23
Enjoy a morning of fresh produce and live local music at the Bracebridge Farmers Market, one of Muskoka’s oldest operating markets.
Experience the bluesy sound of singer-songwriter and guitarist Albert Cummings at Peter’s Place.
Sunday, May 24
Revitalize your senses with an aroma stone facial and wildflower footbath inspired by the natural surroundings at luxurious Spa at the Rosseau.
Gaze across Muskoka Bay while dining on a variety of fresh fish plus certified Angus beef steaks at Regatta Steak and Seafood.