Muskoka To-DAILY
Category archives for: Headlines

Join Rotarians Monday for new member meeting 7:30 p.m. at Dock on Bay

This fall Rotarians are building a pathway from the Rotary gazebo to the waterfront.

GRAVENHURST —… You probably know the Rotary Club.
“Service Above Self.”
And some of the members, like Curtis Humber at Stedman’s, Mark Clairmont at MusokaTODAILY, Jim Pattinson and Dave Reid at Enjoy Muskoka.
They are some of the 50-odd, er

Elvis, The Beatles, Nylons – lots of great music across Central Ontario Friday, Saturday, Sunday

A great Nylons reunion again Friday night and Saturday features a great songs and a great band.

It’s going to be hot weekend for music in Central Ontario from the 1950s to 2000.
From Collingwood, where the 20th annual Elvis Festival welcomes Priscilla Presley for three days, to the Beatles Festival in Orillia and in Gravenhurst the…

Teen confronts Bracebridge burglar, sending him fleeing without goods

BRACEBRIDGE — A teen who confronted a burglar in his home scared the man off without the loot.
The OPP are investigating the daytime burglary on Manitoba Street, here.
Police say that on Thursday, July 24, at 4:05 pm the…

Miller goes to bat for Burk’s Falls bridge funding

QUEEN’S PARK – During every election now, constituents in Norm Miller’s riding question whether he can adequately be a strong enough advocate for Parry Sound-Muskoka while sitting on the opposition benches.
They remember all-too-painfully the separation of north and south…

Bala Falls portage court loss could go to Supreme Court

BALA — An Ontario Court of Appeals challenge by Muskoka Lakes Township regarding the right of canoesists to portage around the BalaFalls was denied Monday.
The provincial court turned down the appeal, which was launched over Swift River Energy’s safety…

Napiers continue to help south Muskoka with $500,000 donation for CT scanner at hospital in Bracebridge

J. Douglas Lamb, left, hospital campaign chair; Natalie Bubela, CEO at Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare accept cheque from Brock Napier, along with Paul Hammond, Chair of the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation.

BRACEBRIDGE — A generous donation by a pair of local philanthropists has netted the Bracebridge hospital foundation half a million dollars to replace the CT scanner.
Brock and Willa Napier have a passion for local health care that has led…

Bracebridge angler fined $1,400 for two walleye over limit of six

BRACEBRIDGE —… A Bracebridge area man has been fined a total of $1,400 for fishing violations.
Kyle Matthew Crawford pleaded guilty to fishing without a licence, says the MNR in a release Tuesday.
They say he had caught and kept

Nylons reunion celebrates Brill Building music this week

Micah Barnes gave a taste of what's to come this week in five shows during summer sampling showcase recently.

GRAVENHURST – The Brill Building in New York City was the epicenter of music writing, recording, production and publication for decades.
It was the incubation centre for countless acts that produced the sound track from the 1950s to the sixties…

Macbeth, Three Munschketeers and City of Angels in Barrie

BARRIE — Looking for some summer classics?
Theatre by the Bay continues it 13th season with more enthusiasm and talent as ever.
After kicking it off with the Nine Mile Portage, our three professional productions left for our 2014 season…

Last night for Hay Fever at Opera House

Hwy Fever is one of Noel Coward's hardest plays to do well - and the this local cast has done it.

By Marilyn de Lang…
Quintessentially British, but American-inspired, Noel Coward’s Hay Fever is a sparkling portrayal of what can go awry when the unwitting bourgeoisie are exposed to the outrageously bohemian.
The play centres on the Bliss family — the

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google

Recent Comments

    Your Shopping Cart

    Your cart is empty


    Log in | Designed by Muskoka Graphics
    Posts Protect Plugin by