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Archive for: May, 2017

‘Begin the Beguine,’ it’s the MCB’s Big Band dance Friday night at Bracebridge legion

big bandBRACEBRIDGE – Dance fans dust off your shoes. There’s a big band dance at the Bracebridge legion (off Cedar Lane by the OPP station) Friday night (May 26) and the dance floor is guaranteed to be crowded, as the Muskoka…

Gravenhurst tries ‘pilot’ transist system system mid-day, mid-week till end of year

GRAVENHURST — While at least one community (Innifil) is using Uber as a transit system, Gravenhurst is giving public transit a go again. After a couple of failed attempts in the past, council is again trying it with the help…

Bracebridge purchases Timber Mart downtown for $3 million to anchor future development

Timber Mart owner Mattice and Bracebridge Mayor Graydon Smith announce deal.BRACEBRIDGE — Downtown Bracebridge is about to undergo a huge change around 2020. Timber Mart owner Ted Minty and Bracebridge Mayor Graydon Smith announce deal. A major anchor will be new public-private opportunities above the Bracebridge Falls, after the town…

Men of Song, FOG, Menfolk June 10 Bracebridge United Church, 7 p.m.

men of son (Small)BRACEBRIDGE — The Men of Song present their annual June bursary concert June 10, at 7 p.m., here at the United Church, 44 Dominion St. with three choral groups. They will be joined by the 2017-2018 Sean Kelly bursary recipients…

19-year-old missing murder victim found in car near Kawartha Lakes

CITY OF KAWARTHA LAKES  — The body of a Toronto man missing since before Christmas has been found in vehicle located in a field near here. And police are calling his death a homicide. Provincial police say that on Tuesday,…

Super 8 Hotel owner, director fined nearly $30,000 for fire code violations in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLEAlmost $30,000 in fines have been levied against a hotel and its owner here over fire code violations. The owner of the Super 8 Hotel and the director of the company pleaded guilty to 7 counts each of…

Acrimony helps raise $300 for mental health Saturday night at heavy metal concert at LIV Muskoka

Back left, Demolition Rage’s Cam Cathcart, Kevin Brazolot and Fabio La Rocca, Rellikdog’s Adam Cooper, Keith Jardine and Chuck Swire. Front left, Acrimony’s  Jamie Crawford, Rob Almond, Rellikdog’s Stu Beaudoin, Acrimony’s Geordie Reid, Demolition Rage’s George Petkovski, Acrimony’sGeoff Slater and Jamie Doran, (Photo by Deb Draper)BRACEBRIDGE — Three bands, $300 for mental health in Muskoka. Acrimony is back. Geoff Slater guitar, left, Jamie Doran drums, Geordie Reid on lead vocals, Rob Almond on bassand Jamie Crawford on guitar. (Photos by Deb Draper) That was the…

YWCA welcomes girls, women to its new Gathering Space in Bracebridge

The Gathering Place held an open house Friday with several supporters, including Tony Clement, right.$75,000 OTF SEED GRANT CREATES NEW GATHERING SPACE BRACEBRIDGE — The YWCA has reached out to expand its services by providing a welcome new home away from home for women and girls. The Gathering Place held an open house Friday…

Government red tape not ducky, says Miller in fight for Bracebridge Rotary fundraisers Canada Day

QUEEN’S PARK — Just ducky! Or not? Norm Miller, MPP for Parry Sound-Muskoka, and Jim Wilson, MPP for Simcoe-Grey, joined forces in demanding the government cut red tape for service clubs. “The Rotary Club of Bracebridge has run into issues…

Gravenhurst Horticulture Society plant, bake sale Saturday, May 20, Opera House

There will be lots of plants and lots of help from Horticulture members on how to plant, when to plant and other gardening tips. Just ask them.GRAVENHURST – Just a reminder to get up early Saturday, May 20, to beat the rain and beat the early birds shopping for the freshest budding plants and cutting in town. There will be lots of plants and lots of…

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