Barrie-Muskoka Gravenhurst & Huntsville Festivals Listing



Folks living in Barrie, Orillia, along Georgian Bay or in the Muskokas (and those visiting)love festivals, be it spring, summer, fall or winter. Throughout the year, over 100 different festivals and annual events are put on by various local groups. There's no better way to enjoy yourself than to take in a festival.

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Huntsville WinterfestEarly FebHuntsville. Great family fun Community involvement Individual and team activities Indoor and Outdoor Activities And Much, Much, More Volunteers needed Various venues.
Festival of The FallsEarly MayBracebridge http://www.muskoka.com/falls/
Here Comes Summer EventLate MayHunstville Phone 705-789-3889
Doors Open GravenhurstLate MayCelebrating the heritage of Gravenhurst, the 1st town of Muskoka Phone: 705-687-4432
Annual Antique & Classic Car ShowEarly JuneSince 1993, Gravenhurst: 705-687-4432
Huntsville Lioness LobsterfestEnd JunePresented by the Huntsville Lioness at Chaffey Hall. The bar opens at 5pm and dinner is at 5:30pm. Lobster dinners or roast beef dinner, followed by dancing with DJ. All proceeds go to the Chaffey Hall Project. Tickets are available at Treasures & Trophies.
Flavours of MuskokaEnd JuneSample over 20 of Muskoka's finest chef's under one roof . Port Carling Memoral Community Centre, Port Carling, Ontario. More Info call: 705-765-1048
Canada DayJuly 1M any fantastic events being held in Downtown Huntsville. Join us at dusk for a fireworks extravaganza shot from Lions Lookout with viewing from anywhere in Downtown Huntsville. Take in a BBQ at the Huntsville Legion, then the Strawberry Social and 'Steam Up' atHeritage Place. Tour the new Algonquin Theatre, Civic Centre or the newly refurbished CN Train Station. Get a slice of Canada's birthday cake at Town Hall.
Midnight Madnessmid-JulyIn the evening, the street shuts down and the fun begins. The hottest event of the summer! Downtown Huntsville
Huntsville Car Showmid SeptRemember this competition is OPEN to anyone and no registration fees. Featuring classics, vintage, customs, hot rods, tuners, and trucks.
Huntsville Festival of the ArtsSince 1993 the Huntsville Festival of the Arts has become one of Canada's most significant and highly acclaimed arts festivals.At the new Algonquin Theatre will be the principle venue. In addition, several Huntsville locations are used including Trinity United Church, Muskoka Heritage Place, Deerhurst Resort Pavilion and the Town Centre's outdoor gazebos and waterfront. 1-800-663-ARTS (2787) 705-788-2787