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What to Do This Weekend!!


Donate for Nate Skate-a-thon

Saturday, March 12 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Jack Biondi Arena at the Summit Centre

Donate for Nate Skate-a-thon with the Jr. C Otters! Help Nathan reach his fundraising goal of $100,000 for SDR surgery in St. Louis! Jack Bionda Arena, Summit Centre, Huntsville, ON. Saturday, March 21, 2016. Registration open at 10:00am, Skate runs from 10:30am-12:30pm. Pizza & drinks in the lobby! Raffle prizes! Fun for the whole family!

March Break Public Swim Sponsored by Tim Hortons

Saturday, March 12, 2016 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Summit Center

Public Swimming for all ages! All pools are open and toys are available. One lane is available for lap swimming. Children under the age of 10 years who are non-swimmers must be directly supervised by an adult. One adult may not be responsible for more than 4 swimmers. Children ages 7 to 9 years who are able to pass the facility swim test may be admitted to the pool unaccompanied. Children under the age of 7 must be directly supervised by an adult. One adult may be responsible for 4 children in the small pool or 2 children in the large pool. Swimmers must be able to pass the facility swim test before being allowed in the deep end. Guardians or group leaders must directly supervise the children in their care at all times. Please see the ???Rules to Remember??? in the Leisure Activity Guide for admission standards for children under the age of 10.

American Dance Awards

Algonquin Theater, 37 Main Street East

Saturday, March 12 5:00 pm

American Dance Awards was founded in 1979 with the concept that competition would be an educational tool to inspire dancers and their teachers to be the best they could be. As we enter the thirty third season, our philosophy still remains the same. Competing at American Dance Awards is all about opportunities. From cash scholarships to special awards, the priceless critiques offered by our highly respected panel of judges, and the chance to perform with some of the most talented dancers in the USA and Canada.

The emphasis isn't on winning but personal gain. ADA encourages the dancers to meet dancers from other studios. Some remain friends for a lifetime. It's about camaraderie, not the color of the ribbon. A great opportunity is "America's Dancer of the Year" Competition. Open to all solo dancers free of charge. The winners in each city come together at the national competition to win the most prestigious dance title in the country.

Dancers come year after year to experience the process and the learning experience it has become over the years. You can see many ADA national winners dancing professionally. American Dance Awards prides itself on a fair realistic scoring system. Each routine is adjudicated by three judges, plus one designated special awards judge who recognizes special qualities in the dancers.

When all the medals and trophies have been distributed, studios return for the friendly, organized atmosphere. In the early days, we were one of only a few competitions; today we are one of many. High standards have kept us on top for many years. The quality and friendly service as well as a focus on education are what we are all about and those traits we look forward to continuing in the future.

Free Admission!

Try Skijoring At Arrowhead Provincial Park

Come and go as you please between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m
Meet at: Arrowhead Provincial Park Birches Parking Lot. Look for The SportLab banner.
Park Pass Required.

Arrowhead Provincial Park
451 Arrowhead Park Road
Huntsville, ON

Registration Limited, Call before attending.




2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play.
Set in the Bronx, NY, this award winning drama tells the story of the struggle between a stern nun who runs the parochial school with an iron hand and the charismatic young priest whom she suspects of inappropriate conduct. Colourful and idiosyncratic characters will stay with you long after you've left the theatre.

Evening performances: Mar 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12 at 7:30 pm
Matinee performances: Mar 6 & 13 at 2:00 pm

Doors open a half hour before the show begins.
The Studio Theatre is wheelchair accessible.

Special Performances

Wine & cheese at 7:30 pm

SWEET SUNDAY MATNEE (first matinee Sunday only)
Tea, coffee, and biscuits served at intermission.

Huntsville Theatre Company
24 Chaffey Township Road
Huntsville, ON

The Spring Members’ Show

The Spring Members’ Show displays the strength, vitality, creativity, and wealth of talent found within Muskoka Arts & Crafts.

The diverse and outstanding work by our members creates an exciting three day exhibition. Over one hundred members have their work in the show.

Opening Reception & Awards Presentation
Friday, March 11, 2016, 7pm-10pm

Demonstrations of art & craft techniques
Saturday, March 12, 2016, 10am-5pm
Sunday, March 13 2016, 11am-4pm

Admission by donation
Free parking

Bracebridge Sportsplex
110 Clearbrook Trail, off Douglas Drive
Bracebridge, Ontario

Muskoka Arts & Crafts
The Chapel Gallery
15 King Street,
Bracebridge, ON

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect feature artist Elva Hook. Elva will be accompanied by Tim packer & Elizabeth Johnson, introducing water colour artist Brad Wookey

Elva works with fluid acrylics, she adds retarders and gells to keep the medium moving for as long as possible. The canvas is flipped, turned, tilted and often slammed to make the paint move a certain way. Slashes of solid paint occasionally interrupt the flow adding "almost random" affects of brush, reflections or shadows that appear and disappear in the texture of the scene.
This dynamic process is extremely physical work. Balancing the canvas while allowing the natural flow of paint to move with specific intention is a constant battle of wills. The process continually stretches her expectations and intentions, which must be as fluid and everchanging as the paint itself.
Throughout this intense process, she strives to convey an intimate connection to the visual and physical experience of the world around her.

Eclipse Art Gallery
Deerhurst Resort
1235 Deerhurst Drive,
705-789-8803 or 705-783-2579

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