This calendar is reserved for non-commercial community events. What does that mean? Your event must be free or of nominal cost, available to anyone (although adult-only events are fine), and not for profit (but we do make exception for artists showing their work who would profit from any sales made and musicians hosting small-scale concerts). Not sure if your event fits? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to check, or go ahead and submit anyhow – submissions are moderated and we’ll approve yours if it fits our criteria. Thanks for helping make Huntsville a vibrant community!
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Octet is an outdoor sound installation with eight SM58 vocal microphones – wired in reverse to become tiny loudspeakers – and eight modified archival birdsong recordings by William WH Gunn (1951, with permission of the Macaulay Library of Environmental Sound, Cornell University). This sound installation, which re-purposes common stage vocal microphones as tiny loudspeakers – eight of them hanging from the widespread branches of a tree – is part of ongoing research with Laura J. Cameron into the life and work of William W.H.…Find out more »
We are back in Huntsville, Fridays for Future, to encourage Muskoka to Build a back Better, in the post COVID recovery. Please join us, signs, banner, social distancing and let Muskoka know there is much we can and must do to for an economic recovery that mitigates climate change and provides a more just society.Find out more »
In its 19th year, the Muskoka Novel Marathon has risen to the current global challenge and has adapted to support social distancing by going online - Welcome to MNM2020:QE! This event has writers creating and competing for an inside track to a publisher or agent, while simultaneously remaining a critical fundraiser that can liberate people and change their lives through the gift of literacy. The Muskoka Novel Marathon has raised more than $220,000 for adult literacy programs through the…Find out more »
Save the date! To all our amazing supporters: Due to COVID-19 we are rescheduling our Indian Dinner Fundraiser to Sept. 26, 2020. It will be as amazing as always with excellent food, great music, fun games and silent auction. We sincerely hope to see you there! Welcome to one of Huntsville’s best fundraisers! This popular event is a benefit for the Huntsville Suzuki School of Music. The 8th edition of this event features Butter Chicken, along with Mixed Vegetable…Find out more »
Induction of new members to the Hall, as well as presentation of the Jan Glenn and Mike Greaves Awards for the male and female sportspersons of the year. Note that the ceremony has been postponed from May 9 to October 3, 2020. Stay tuned for further details.Find out more »