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Research Canadian Armed Forces with Muskoka Parry Sound Genealogy Group Oct. 15 in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE The Muskoka Parry Sound Genealogy Group meets this Saturday morning at the Huntsville Public Library at 10 a.m. to talk and learn about the Canadian Armed Forces. Learn about your Canadian Armed Forces relatives in First and Second…

Bracebridge Rotary Club hosts open auditions for 40th musical, ‘South Pacific,’ Oct. 22-23

BRACEBRIDGE — Do you love musical theatre? Can you sing, dance and act? The Rotary Club of Bracebridge is holding open auditions for its 40th annual popular musical, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “South Pacific.” Auditions will be held at the Rene…

Lawn bowling club plants seeds for July 2017 opening

The green design and layout is nearing completion with seeding to begin soonBRACEBRIDGE — No sod, no fake turf. Just real grass. Work has begun on the Muskoka Lawn Bowling Club at Muskoka Highlands Golf Course. It will open next spring. That’s the Muskoka Lawn Bowling Club. They say construction of the…

‘Don’t Wait, Check the Date!’ Bracebrdige fire department open house Oct. 5 promotes smoke/carbon detector checks

BRACEBRIDGE — Spring ahead, fall back — those are the traditional times each year to change your smoke and carbon detectors’ batteries. But on Wednesday, October 5 at 6:30 p.m. the Bracebridge Fire Department will be hosting an Open House…

Break-in at Wasaga Beach municipal office

WASAGA BEACH Provincial police are investigating an odd break-in at the municipal office here. Huronia West OPP are asking the public for their assistance in solving this crime. They say in release that sometime between 2:45 a.m. and 4:45…

Natural home tour Oct. 2 includes two Muskoka homes

This wooden beauty in Baysville is one of two Muskoka homes on the Natural home tour.BAYSVILLE — Experience the look and feel of some unique green homes during the popular annual Ontario-wide Natural Homes self-guided tour, Sunday Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This wooden beauty in Baysville is one of two Muskoka…

Health units call for movie scenes to be smoke-free

SIMCOE-MUSKOKA — What do the movies “101 Dalmatians,” “Ant-Man” and “Superman Returns” all have in common? They were all made for youth audiences and they all contain smoking scenes that depict the characters who smoke as glamorous, dangerous or mysterious.…

Free clothing giveaway Oct. 1 St. James Anglican Church, Gravenhurst

GRAVENHURST — Free Clothing Event – Saturday, Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon at St. James Anglican Church, Gravenhurst 191 Hotchkiss St. Please use basement entrance off of John Street. For information call: 705 687 4624.…

Orillia Terry Fox runs raised $31,000 with almost 600 participants

ORILLIA – Terry Fox Week in the City of Orillia culminated at the annual Terry Fox Run along the shore of scenic Lake Couchiching with hundreds setting out to do their part to raise thousands of dollars for ground-breaking cancer…

Sprucedale woman wins almost $200,000 in LOTTO MAX draw

Judy Mulligan shows off her LOTTO MAX cheque for almost $200,000 at the OLG offices in Toronto. (OLG photo)SPRUCEDALE — A Sprucedale woman is a “Big Winner” with LOTTO MAX. Judy Mulligan shows off her LOTTO MAX cheque for almost $200,000 at the OLG offices in Toronto. (OLG photo) Judy Mulligan is celebrating after winning almost $200,000 in…

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