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A midway is also looking to return this year, but a location for the attraction is still in discussion. With the popularity of the festival continuing to grow each year, Bird said the size of the festival must try to grow in tandem.
The festival continues to expand — they opened up another block of downtown last year to help with the crowds — and.
I have basically reached the physical limit of where I can put people so it is now a matter of making it a two-day festival which is in the plans for future years.
Contestants are going to have to get creative. Each tart will be tasted blindly, without knowing which tart came from which baker; with butter tarts being separated into groups and tasted in waves as to not sugar.
This free family centric festival also features concerts, food trucks and vendor booths selling everything from clothes, candles, gift items and more.
A Butter Tart Trot will also be held during the festival. The run will offer optional routes for those who wish to participate including a one-kilometre kids fun run, kilometre routes and a half marathon that will loop runners through the picturesque waterfront.
John Cordeaux: We are still a Cantonese restaurant but we have given the menu a new twist adding some Thai, Hong Kong and Singapore dishes.
We have added a small East meets West menu for lunch having some fun with plays on Asian pasta dishes and Asian style burgers using Bao as the bun.
What kind of things will be happening? JC: We have introduced a smoker with a capacity to smoke up to Lbs of product at one time. This will mean that we will add to our existing beef carving station an additional smoke carved item, beef brisket, pork belly, beef ribs or coil sausage for example.
We will be grilling shish kebabs of beef, pork and chicken that will have been seasoned with authentic Middle Eastern marinades.
On the dessert station in the evenings we will be baking cookies live on the station and serving them warm. As well, we have a lovely stone pizza oven where we will bake our pizzas, baked pasta dishes and other Mediterranean roast items.
On the Asian station we have a Teppanyaki cooking table serving beef chicken and shrimp teppanyaki style. What change are you most excited about?
JC: I am very excited about the whole experience that we are going to offer. Why was the decision made to renovate Couchiching Court?
This renovation was also undertaken to not only elevate the dining options but also to improve the guest experience in reducing time spent waiting to get into this very popular restaurant and also to make the ability to access all the offerings as easy and hassle free as possible.
Anything else regarding the renovations you want to mention? JC: We will be offering for a limited time the addition of Canadian prime rib of beef carved on the weekends.
Also, our dessert offering has now been modified to give the guest an increased selection of smaller bites giving our guests the opportunity to taste a varied selection of items.
We have also increased our ice cream selection from one flavor of ice cream to two flavors of ice cream and two flavors of sorbet.
That plucked straight off the vine pop of a sun warmed strawberry, ready to burst blackberry or spicy tart currant can elevate any meal from basic to restaurant worthy.
The Orillia area has long been known for its farm-to-table homage to cooking. Local restaurants repeatedly choose to embrace their local farms — instead of shying away from the produce cultivated in their very own backyard.
By choosing to utilize these homegrown ingredients as the driving force behind their renowned seasonal menus, both locals and tourists alike continue to return to these restaurants season after season for another taste.
Any time I get the opportunity to use local ingredients I take full advantage. A staple in the region for over 40 years, this family owned and operated farmstead offers visitors the option to purchase farm fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables from their store or get their hands dirty in one of their pick-your-own fields — ripe with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pumpkins and more — depending on the season.
Thunder Beach Berry Farm welcomes pickers and berry fans of all ages to immerse themselves in a day at the farm. This third generation family owned and operated self-proclaimed You Pick berry farm boasts its produce as per cent pesticide free so that families can feel confident in allowing their children to eat the fruit right from the bush.
Strawberries are available for picking starting in mid-June and blueberries may be picked between the end of July and beginning of August — with all fruit priced per basket.
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They reflect the identity, the very soul of Canada. Here are f ive National Historic Sites within our region or a close drive away, each one worthy of an afternoon daytrip.
Norman Bethune, a man recognized as a hero both in Canada and China for his medical advances and dedication to providing medical care even in the face of personal danger to himself.
The house was the manse of the Knox Presbyterian Church. Bethune was born here in while his father, a reverend, was preaching at the church. Bethune lived here for three years, until his father was assigned another ministry and the family moved.
Bethune studied medicine at the University of Toronto, but suspended his studies to enlist in the Canadian Army Medical Corps as a stretcher bearer when World War One erupted.
Wounded, he returned to Canada and finished his medical degree, then re-enlisted and rose to become the first chief medical officer of the newly formed Royal Canadian Air Force by After the war, Bethune became an advocate for the accessible medical care system for which Canada is famed today and pioneered new techniques and treatments for fighting tuberculosis an illness he himself had contracted.
When the Spanish Civil. War erupted in , Bethune offered aid to the Nationalist side. After Spain, Bethune travelled to China in to render medical assistance to Chinese forces fighting the invading Japanese.
He designed a mobile medical facility that could be carried on mules, published booklets to educate the Chinese about first aid and sanitation, and began training dozens of doctors and nurses.
Tragically, Bethune died a year later of blood poisoning contracted from treating a wounded soldier. Because of his tireless work done in their country during the war, Norman Bethune is still revered in China.
Visitors can tour the house on their own, or as part of guided tours during the summer. The twohour guided tour, which begins with a Chinese tea welcome, is the most comprehensive.
As visitors are led through the house, exhibits and artifacts illustrate the life and accomplishments of Bethune. An adjoining visitor centre interprets the site, plays a biographical video on Bethune, and offers guests the opportunity to handle historic objects, such as period medical artifacts.
Chinese delegates still visit the Bethune Memorial House bearing gifts; many of these tokens of appreciation are on display. They also praised the region for its abundant fishing.
Indeed, Indigenous Peoples had been fishing here thousands of years, evidence of which exists in the form of ancient wooden stakes driven into the bottom of the Narrows.
More than 5, years old, these wooden stakes are some of the earliest evidence of early fishery techniques in Canada and are the only ancient wooden weirs known to exist in Canada.
Here, late Archaic Indigenous Peoples guided fish toward the stakes, which were woven with a latticework of brush and branches, to be caught in nets or speared.
The weirs were still in use by the Huron-Wendat up until the 17th century. Today, Rama First Nation takes seriously their role as stewards of these ancient weirs.
They established a mission known as SainteMarie, which grew into a large self-contained village with two churches, a hospital, bakery, blacksmith, carpenter, cookhouse, and granary.
This mission became a central headquarters for several smaller missions, including one known as St. The Jesuits gave the name St.
Louis to a village established by the Ataronchronon, who were part of the Huron Confederacy, beside the Hogg River. It was to have a tragic history.
In , the Iroquois, traditional enemies of the Huron, attacked St. The Huron fought for a day but were overpowered and two Jesuit priests, Jean de Brebeuf and Gabriel Lalemant, were captured and tortured to death.
In the face of the Iroquois assault, St. Marie was abandoned and most of the Huron abandoned their homeland. Today, the site of St. Louis is just a field surrounded by pine and mixed hardwood forest.
First Nations have used the Trent-Severn watershed since at least BC, as evidenced by petroglyphs and burial mounds along its length.
In the 17th century, it served as a major route in the fur trade. But it was industrial and lumber concerns in the 19th century that compelled construction of a formal route capable of handling barges and larger watercraft.
The first lock, a small wooden one, was built at Bobcaygeon in Many additional locks were added over the years. Though originally intended for industry, the waterway was also used for tourism and recreation, with steamships carrying tourists to resorts in the Kawarthas as early as the mids.
Though certainly not the first, the most impressive lock is the Peterborough Lift Lock Hunter Street E, phone The lock operates on an ingenious balance system that moves water between two chambers, lifting and lowering vessels travelling the waterway.
Though the lock, along with the entire TrentSevern Waterway became obsolete to commercial travel after the opening of the Welland Canal in , it continues to serve recreational craft and remains a marvel to watch.
If Peterborough is too far of an excursion, head instead to Kirkfield. Here the Severn River has carved a narrow chute out of solid granite, which proved impossible to navigate.
Watching the skilled staff scramble up and down ladders to operate the slings and carriage that lift boats is pretty amazing.
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Rama radiates with the spirit that has made us a thriving community. For centuries, the people have been leaders, entrepreneurs, artisans and harvesters.
The Seven Grandfather teachings passed down from the Creator are at the centre of community culture. These traditions form the backbone of a community that draws strength and inspiration from the past while preparing for its future.
The community is approximately minutes north of Toronto on almost 2, acres of land. Guided by long-term community visioning which has built a sustainable economic foundation, this provides members and area residents with employment close to home and services for family living and recreation.
Rama was chosen as the site for a First Nation casino after a comprehensive site selection process in With strong regional support and external partnerships in place, Rama was uniquely positioned to take on the challenge.
Chief Rodney Noganosh is part of a leadership that continues to work towards a community vision that makes Rama the proud progressive First Nation it is today.
Having served as a member of Council for 19 years since when Casino Rama Resort first opened its doors, he is serving his second term as Chief.
Casino Rama Resort sees an estimated 3-million visitors yearly. It employs approximately 2, employees.
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Increased student success in secondary and post-secondary education, resulting in the largest per capita graduation rate in Ontario. The Board advises the federal government on strategies to increase the participation of Aboriginal people in the Canadian economy.
With long standing local and regional relationships flourishing, the Chippewas of Rama First Nation is poised to take the next step in solidifying itself as a leader in gaming.
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Office: Cell: www. Connecting picturesque towns and tourist destinations throughout Simcoe County, this four season playground boasts a variety of open water lakes, quaint rivers and meandering streams all which provide the perfect backdrop for a day spent breathing in fresh air and enjoying some of the best paddling opportunities, recreational boating and water sports in Canada.
Each route features a map, launch location details, a description of the area and historical points of interest along the way.
Travel back in time along the shores of Lake Couchiching. Paddlers enter the water at the second beach in Couchiching Beach Park.
From the water, paddlers will see the historic Champlain Sailing Club as they enter tranquil Old Brewery Bay; then you will arrive at the Stephen Leacock Museum, the summer home of the famous author.
Continue along to Tudhope Memorial Park where you can see a bronze statue of singer and poet Gordon Lightfoot and a memorial to the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald.
More experienced paddlers can give the open waters a try; Whitley suggests heading away from the shorelines and crossing Lake Couchiching for a more challenging trek.
Free parking is available at the park and the loop takes approximately hours to complete. This route can be completed in either direction and has the opportunity to connect with great walking and cycling trails.
This 13 kilometer paddle navigates travelers on a fairly advanced journey through Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching and into the Mnjikaning Fish Weirs.
Located just below the surface in the Narrows — the connection of the two lakes — the weirs are considered to be one of the oldest human developments in Canada — dating back to approximately B.
They were officially declared a National Historical site in Ojibwe for fish fence, the Mnjikaning weirs are the largest and best-preserved wooden fish weirs in Eastern North America.
This system of wooden stakes were used to catch fish entering Lake Couchiching and were once rich in food — with the seasonal harvest providing sustenance to the First Nations and settler communities.
The weirs were also known as a very important site of gathering and healing for First Nations people. Paddlers will also pass a number of small islands which connect with a multi-use trail and offer parks, picnic stops and beaches.
This paddle is a destination for the fishing enthusiast looking for a quiet day spent out on the water. Pack a lunch, and your gear and drop a line in the well-known fishing hole of Lake Simcoe — the largest lake in Central Ontario.
For those wishing to simply paddle and enjoy the scenery, paddlers are encouraged to launch at McRae Point Provincial Park and hug the shoreline of the sparkling waters.
Be sure to keep an eye out for herons, hawks and ospreys as they love to catch their next meal on the bountiful lake. This lake can be made as difficult as desired, pending how far you would like to journey in either direction.
The paddle begins in the meandering Green River —a true hidden gem in the area for beginner paddlers and aptly named after the green tint of colour in the water — and then watch as the water changes before your eyes to a deep black as you connect with the Black River.
Paddlers can also head towards Wasdell Falls where they will be able to view the first generating station constructed by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission in The 15 kilometer MacLean Lake water trail is famous for its beautiful natural setting and almost guaranteed wildlife sightings.
Dotting the shoreline is a number of picture perfect private homes and cottages. The lake also connects to the notably serene Otter Lake, Gloucester Pool and Little Lake which can take paddlers all the way into Port Severn for those wishing to make a day of it and go for a more advanced trip.
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Golf restrictions apply. Located in the township of Oro-Medonte, this 11 kilometer looping route takes you around the quaint Bass Lake. Comprised of shallow, clear waters, this is the perfect lake for children and those getting into a boat for the first time.
The shorelines have remained fairly undeveloped, creating a sense of seclusion and a chance to reconnect with nature. Keep your eyes sharp though, wildlife is likely to be spotted along the undeveloped west shoreline that includes a marsh area.
There are various locations to access the lake, but it is recommended that you launch in Bass Lake Provincial Park. The perfect route for a short family outing, this five kilometer route is a great paddle for young families or individuals looking to sneak in a quick workout during their day.
A gateway route, this paddle connects to a number of picture perfect small inlets and picnic areas. It also lends a great opportunity to tie in the use of Washago Centennial Park — which has a great sandy beach perfect for swimming, relaxing, picnicking and playing.
The village of Washago is also only a short distance from the park and a perfect day trip or a quick bite to eat. This route can be easily expanded by paddling further into Lake Couchiching or connecting into the Severn River.
These diverse interconnected bodies of water offer a range of conditions for the new paddler looking to practice on more open waters; spanning from Matchedash Bay to Green Island — an anchorage located in the Georgian Bay 30, Islands National Park.
Paddlers can enjoy the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay, experience the rugged beauty of the rock formations along Green Island and paddle through the beautiful scenic backdrop.
For those with more experience, they can travel out further into the vast open water of Georgian Bay and explore further.
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Bass Lake Provincial Park Orillia. The provincial park currently offers a small fleet of canoes, paddle boats and kayaks for rent on a first-come first-served basis from the end of June until Labour Day.
Each rental comes with all necessary equipment including Personal Floatation Devices, emergency kits and oars. Breath of Fresh Air removes all of the hassle from renting equipment.
Offering both kayak and SUP rentals, the rental kiosk will deliver to your location and pick it up after you are done so you do not have to worry about transporting the equipment.
Breath of Fresh Air as well offers a mapped out scenic route for those new to the water. More than a store and rental service, Kayak-ity-yak has made a name for themselves for offering lessons and guided tours of the lakes.
Kayak and SUP rentals can also be made online with ease and then either picked up at a location or delivered straight to you, at an extra charge, ready to set out on the water.
Combine fitness with nature and expand your vessel experience to try something new! Narrows Canoe and Kayak offer not only canoe and kayak rentals but also includes paddle boats and stand up paddle boards in their fleet.
Sunrise Yoga takes their poses into the sunshine, with classes held outdoors by the water for a truly zen experience with nature. Aside from traditional classes, Sunrise Yoga also hosts a number of unique special events throughout the warmer months; with past events including glow in the dark evening stand up paddle boarding and yoga on the water.
Private classes can also be booked for families, bachelorettes or special events for a more intimate practice.
Situated at the entrance to Georgian Bay, Swift Canoe and Kayak features a large kayak and canoe rental fleet, on site test paddling and a fully equipped store for a one-stop shop before heading out on Georgian Bay.
The staff is also avid kayakers and canoeists and knowledgeable in all aspects of the Bay — so renters are encouraged to ask as much as they would like about routes and equipment before heading out on their own adventure.
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From the powwow under the big tent at the Rama Ball Field, to the competition powwows at the MASK arena, our community continues to enjoy being a host to the many guests who frequent the community on a daily basis.
Emerson also recalls how Rama had always been noted for its hospitality. The following year, the entire community got involved in what was then a non-competition powwow held every Thanksgiving weekend.
James Simcoe and Emerson Benson were both prominent and influential in rejuvenating the powwow at the time. Over the years, Rama First Nation has witnessed an expediential growth of the powwow, which was once mainly a small event where about a dozen community veterans would attend along with guests from Walpole, Wiky, Sarnia, and even Milwaukee.
Now a competition powwow, the event has grown substantially, hosting between 3, - 5, visitors each year. For more details contact the Chippewas of Rama Culture and Research Department at or email benc ramafirstnation.
These powwows give dancers and singers the opportunity to be the best that they can be, much like the Olympics. Categories for dance contests are determined by age and dance style.
Rama First Nation recognizes all tiny tots as winners. As such, we do not have a competition for them.
Instead, they receive an honourarium for their participation and are encouraged for their interest in dancing as a leisure activity.
Any dancers who do not wish to enter into contests are still welcome participants during all intertribal songs. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town illustrates that Mariposa can be any small town in Canada, universal yet incomparably local.
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Couchiching Beach Park, or info orilliacanadaday. A great opportunity to connect with conservation through the enjoyment of fishing! Each film will begin at dusk or approximately p.
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Incredibly, in its inaugural year, Orillia-native Gordon Lightfoot was deemed to be not talented enough to perform. Most of the action takes place in Tudhope Park, but a special stage will be set-up in downtown Orillia as well.
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Its enduring appeal lies in the colour and spectacle that comes with Scottish culture—the kilted revelers, the lilt of the bagpipes, the exuberance of dancers performing timeless steps.
But at no time is the experience more immersive than during the annual Heritage Day festival. Visit the museum and experience life as it must have been in Coldwater over years ago with pioneer craft demonstrations, a number of living history re-enactors bringing pioneer existence to life, and vintage farm and fire equipment displays.
Special guests include musician Terry Connolly, paleobotanist Rudy Fecteau, and Dorothy Duncan, author and culinary historian. Great fun for the whole family!
Proceeds to local charities. Couchiching Beach Park, orillia 12lions. Children under 12 are free. The weekend-long Orillia Waterfront Festival is three days of fun activities and entertainment at the beautiful Port of Orillia and waterfront parks.
A selection of music's top tours are planning on having concerts in Rama. You cannot miss some of the concert excitement that Rama has to offer at some of the most magnificant venues in the country.
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Big Wreck. Sat Jan 30, Sat Apr 3, Celtic Woman. Sat Dec 11, Celtic Thunder. Mar 13 PPD. Mar 14 PPD.
The Irish Rovers. Mar 20 PPD. Bill Engvall. Mar 21 PPD. Mar 22 PPD. Mar 27 PPD. Ice Cube. Mar 28 PPD. Jake Owen. Apr 10 PPD. The Beach Boys.
Apr 11 PPD. Apr 18 PPD. Gordon Lightfoot. Apr 25 PPD. Charley Pride. May 1 PPD. Tony Bennett. May 2 PPD. Martina McBride. May 3 PPD.
Michael Bolton. May 8 PPD. May 16 PPD. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. May 29 PPD. May 30 PPD. Jun 6 PPD. Marie Osmond. Jun 13 PPD. Rodney Carrington. Jun 19 PPD.
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