The Top 5 Events To Check Out In Muskoka

The Top 5 Events To Check Out In Muskoka

With the holidays fast approaching, there are lots of new and exciting events taking place all across Muskoka. From annual Christmas shows to the Santa Clause Parade there is plenty to take advantage of and something fun for all ages, families and couples! Whether you celebrate the holidays or not, Muskoka offers plenty of events to bring you closer to your community!
Here are the top 5 events to check out in Muskoka this month!
Hunstville Santa Clause Parade
(photo from discovermuskoka.ca)
On Friday November 25, Hunstville’s annual Santa Claus Parade will take place at 7pm. With lakeside views, savory food, and bottomless hot chocolate, this is one parade you won’t want to miss! So dress warm, grab your friends and family and don’t miss this amazing holiday event!
 
Making Spirits Bright – A Community Tree Lighting
(Photo from pigtownmainstreet.org)
On Sunday November 27 bring your friends and family to the annual tree lighting ceremony at the Port Sydney Community Hall! This family-fun event is all about creativity! Try your decorating skills at the cookie decorating station, chime in on caroling with live music and don’t forget about your your chance to get a selfie with Santa!
Santa’s Moonlight Shopping Party
(Photo from downtownbracebridge.com)
On December 2nd experience Muskoka’s Festival of Lights in downtown Bracebridge. With plenty of fun for the whole family, enjoy wagon rides, campfires, living window display courtesy of Bracebridge School of Ballet, and end the evening with fireworks! This is one community event not to be missed!
A Portage Flyer Christmas  –  Evening Train Ride to Santa
(photo from discovermuskoka.ca)
On Saturday December, 17th head over to Muskoka Heritage Place, Train Station and don’t miss your chance to be surrounded by great holiday spirit! This magical, open aired coach train takes you along the Muskoka River on a 1km track to Fairy Lake. Once you have arrived at your destination you will be welcomed by a festival of lights and of course Santa! Dress warm and don’t be afraid to join in on a Christmas carol or two!
 
Christmas Eve Torch Light Parade
(Photo from explorersedge.com)
Be sure not to miss this year’s Torch Light Parade at the Hidden Valley Highlands. On December 24th watch Santa ski down, the hill in a beautiful progression of lights in this family-fun event. Be welcomed by Santa back at the chalet and don’t forget about the cookies and bottomless hot chocolate!

This entry was posted on November 22, 2016 by Jim and Iris

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