July 1 – Canada Day Celebrations at Muskoka Heritage Place

The Town of Huntsville Canada Day celebration happens July 1st at Muskoka Heritage Place.

  • Admission to Muskoka Heritage Place Village and Museum is by a Donation of a Non-Perishable Food Item to the Salvation Army Food Bank from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Entry is through the main museum at 88 Brunel Road only
  • Rotary Club Peameal on a bun in the morning, burgers for the rest of the day
  • Dignitary speeches
  • Captain Hunt, Huntsville’s namesake
  • Free Canada flags, stickers and tattoos (as supplies last)
  • Story Walk and Story Telling
  • Live music
  • Canada Day cupcakes and strawberry social at the Village

In the Village

  • Pioneer demonstrations
  • Costumed narrators
  • Lots of hands-on-activities for the whole family

At the Train Station

It’s our first “steam up day” of the season! The train runs at 12 noon / 1 pm / 2 pm & 3 pm, and the Steam Museum will be open to guests. Regular admission applies.

In the Muskoka Museum

Learn about the history of Huntsville and Muskoka, and view our latest exhibits.

What to Bring

We love to see our guests in their patriotic red and white to celebrate Canada Day! Please bring weather appropriate gear, and comfortable clothing and footwear for an adventure-filled day.

For complete event details please follow the link provided.

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