Rotary Centennial Gardens Visual Art Awards Reception

RotaryGardenRotary Centennial Gardens Visual Art Awards Reception.

Ten of Muskoka’s finest artists vie for a $1,000 prize for producing a piece of art that captures the essence of what the Rotary Centennial Gardens is all about.

 

The Rotary Club of Bracebridge

Open House
Friday, October 2, 2015
6 – 8 p.m.

Celebrating the winner of the inaugural
“Rotary Centennial Gardens Visual Art Contest”

 

 

 

Rotary Centre for Youth
131 Wellington Street, Bracebridge

Hors d’oeuvres and Cash Bar

Public Welcome

$1,000 prize awarded to winning artist at 7 pm.

Speech and Hearing Month by Canadian Hearing Society

The CHS Orange Emperor Tulip Fundraiser will start selling on May 1, 2015 for Speech and Hearing Month. The cost of the Tulips are $10 for 10 bulbs. The sale will end on 20 June 2015. For more information visit:
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Cut-A-Thon for Parkinsons

On Thursday, April 13 at 9am-12pm, join us for the 2014 Cut-A-Thon For Parkinson’s.  For only $35 receive a wash, cut & blow dry, plus gift bag courtesy of our sponsor JOICO. We’ll be at the Classy Cuts Salon & Spa, 97 Manitoba St., Bracebridge.  To book an appointment please contact Cathy Anderson
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Explore Bracebridge ONTARIO

Set in the near centre of the Muskoka region two hours north of Toronto, Bracebridge Ontario is positioned on a hilltop overlooking the Muskoka River. Over 22 natural waterfalls cascade down throughout the town, the highest count in any Canadian community. Besides adding to the attractiveness of the area, these waterfalls also prompted Bracebridge to become the first site in Ontario to build a hydroelectric plant, still in use today.

A celebration honouring these gushes is held each May at the Festival of the Falls. Warm weather attracts cottage and resort travellers, as well as those simply wishing to drift down the Muskoka River aboard the comfortable Lady Muskoka cruise boat. The cooler temperatures of winter are embraced by many, especially snomobilers who enjoy the diverse topography of the area. Those who wish to experience the magic of the holiday season year-round can visit Santa's Village, where one can meet the man in red, visit with some of his reindeer and take in some rides.

If you have never been to Bracebridge or you are a returning visitor and would like to find out about places to stay, stores to shop at and things to do, visit our Business Directory.