Halloween Mini Golf & Trick-or-Treating!

Wednesday, October 31 at 4 PM – 8 PM

Happy Halloween from Northern Escapades MINI PUTT !
Enjoy trick-or-treating and mini golf from 4pm-8pm!
To Mini Golf for FREE:
– Come in costume
OR
– Bring a donation for the Food Bank or SPCA
The first 100 trick-or-treaters will receive some special goodies!
Share your photos using #northernescapades #minigolfmuskoka

Tiny Haus Lives is having their Grand Opening! and you are invited!
Join us this Nov 3rd, for food, drink and all around good time.
We will be having a silent auction with lots of great local goods, and all proceeds going to The Sawdust City Music Festival
Bring your phone to snap some selfies, and check out the Tiny House & YurtWhen: Nov 3rd  12:00 – 3:00
Where: 1196 Silver Lake Rd, P1P1R3 Gravenhurst, ON

Hope to see you there!
Cheers,
Tiny Haus Lives

High South (trio)
Saturday November 3 2018

Location:  Peter’s Players Muskoka
Show:  8:00PM Doors Open:  7:15PM
Tickets:  $85.00

Like a warm musical breeze that blows through California’s hills and canyons – across its mystical high desert and into the heart of America – High South has captured the same evocative spirit that gave lift to such high soaring bands as the Byrds, CSNY and the Eagles.

Blending the poetry of Greenwich Village in the 60’s with the unmistakable harmony of Laurel Canyon in the 70’s, the High South sound exudes the magic and timelessness of both these eras, while infusing a palpable new millennium sensibility.

NOV 
Sawdust City Brewing Co.
PAINT, PAWS & PINTS

Paints, Paws & Pint night at the Sawdust City brewery, all in support of the doggos! Starting at 7pm our Saloon, the bar inside the brewery, will be transformed into an art gallery – and you’re the artist! Join Emily as she takes you through the steps in creating your very own masterpiece, all in support of a great, local cause!

1x drink included in the ticket. All proceeds support our local animal shelters. 

Tickets are $25 – available online while supplies last.

The Government is celebrating families and the importance of our protected areas with free admission to Parks Canada’s places for youth 17 and under, starting in 2018 and beyond. This year, Parks Canada has offered free admission or lockage for one day at Parks Canada places across the country. This is a special thank you to the millions of Canadians who celebrated Canada 150 with Parks Canada in 2017 when more Canadians than ever before had amazing experiences at Parks Canada’s places.

Parks Canada manages one of the finest and most extensive systems of protected natural and cultural heritage areas in the world. Through its broad network of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites, Parks Canada connects Canadians with their heritage. 

The renowned group, History Matters will lead activities at Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site on November 12, 2018, commemorating the service of Dr. Norman Bethune, who did an extraordinary three tours of duty in the Army, Navy and Air Force during the Great War. Bethune Memorial House is pleased to offer free admission that day, which coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Armistice of the First World War.  

Join us on the house’s historic grounds for a First World War re-enactment to experience what is was like to be a field medic in the trenches. Visitors can try on vintage costumes, carry a stretcher, and examine battlefront medical instruments used during the war. A fully restored ambulance from the war will also be on display.  Students and the general public are encouraged to attend.

School groups that wish to attend are recommended to reserve their visit via email at ont-bethune@pc.gc.ca, as space is limited.