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 email@example.com 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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STORY TREES is an interactive installation by Canadian radio producer Don Hill that serves as a tool for listening & learning -- how we listen -- to echoes from an era that is open to reinterpretation. While digitizing old reel-to-reel oral history interviews, Don Hill was surprised by how things were said at the time in northern Ontario, and how many gestures of speech are no longer heard in common day-to-day parlance. It wasn’t the content of the conversations that…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 »
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a delicious Irish Stew Supper! Order by March 12th 705 789 5679, to pick up on March 17th; 11:30 till 12:30 outside Trinity United Church, 33 Main St. E, Huntsville. Cole slaw, Tea Biscuit and Pie included for the great price of $12.00! Wear your green, and enjoy a tasty supper while supporting a great local cause!Find out more »
Enjoy a delicious take out lunch from Trinity United Church. Support a local cause while enjoying homemade soups, sandwiches and desserts - all at a great price! Frozen soups are also available. Order at 705 789 5679 by Tuesday, March 9th, and pick up on Friday, March 12th; 11:30 am - 12:30 outside Trinity United Church, 33 Main St. E, Huntsville. All Covid safety guidelines are followed.Find out more »
CMM is proud to present an online virtual film festival - films that will inspire, educate and offer hope during these challenging times. You will be able to watch from the comfort of your own home. The screening will be followed by a discussion and Q & A hosted on Zoom.Find out more »