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What to do in Muskoka this weekend! July 21st - July 23rd

Friday July 21 

Downtown Huntsville’s 40th Annual Midnight Madness • Huntsville’s quaint Main Street is closed to cars and open to everyone for a Friday evening street festival with family fun, live music, great food and shopkeeper specials. The fire flies dance ‘til midnight and so will you!

Muskoka Ribfest runs Friday through Sunday at the Muskoka Wharf, 821 Bay Street in Gravenhurst. Family friendly, food, entertainment with over 100 boat and cottage exhibits.

Saturday July 22

Huntsville Horticultural Society Garden Tour 2017Tickets and maps available at Sandhill Nursery and Treasures and Trophies.

Huntsville’s Farm Fresh and Homemade 100 km market from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on West St. S. beside Pharmasave. All vendors grow, produce or create their goods within 100 kilometers of the market.

Santafest ~ Santa’s Village in Bracebridge from 11 am – 4 pm.  Christmas in July! Santa's here to check in and where Santa travels, fun follows. See a Santa Claus Parade in July with fire trucks, construction trucks, amazing games, fun entertainers and delicious food!

Summer Saturdays at Lake of Bays Brewery in Baysville, 1 pm – 4 pm. 

Kyung-A Lee at the Algonquin Theatre, 8 pm. Kyung-A Lee returns once again this year to present solo works from Chopin and Gershwin and will be joined by cellist Amy McClary to perform cello sonatas by Beethoven and Prokofiev.

Sunday July 23

Jazz in the Gardens at Spencer’s Tall Trees, 1 pm – 3 pm ~ tickets available at Algonquin Theatre.  Smooth jazz fills the air, bring your lawn chair and sit amongst the beautiful gardens at Spencer’s Tall Trees Restaurant. Tempt your taste buds with light snacks and refreshing drinks.

Etwell Concert Series presents Jack de Keyzer, 3 – 6 pm at 2012 Etwell Road in Huntsville.

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