Canadian celebs come together to end sex trafficking in the GTA with HartCycle in Muskoka. I know there are plenty of cyclists in Muskoka because I see them on Peninsula Road and Hwy 141 all the time. Here’s a great ride for you and a chance to directly support […]Read more "Event listing: HARTCYCLE BIKE RIDE TO END SEX TRAFFICKING RETURNS TO MUSKOKA, JULY 14"
Kicking off the Muskoka fundraising season, CNIB’s Celebrate Muskoka: Clam Bake In support of CNIB’s 100th birthday and its amazing camp programming on Lake Joseph, they are holding a Clam Bake on June 23rd at 5 to 10 pm. Live Entertainment, featuring Miss Emily and special guests! Charity Auction & Fireworks Fabulous Food & Drink […]Read more "The first major fundraiser of the season: CNIB’s Clam Bake, a starlit night of food and entertainment this Saturday"
Listings: Canada Cares and the Alzheimer Society of Toronto present Jukebox Beatles Tribute Band, a fundraiser at the Royal Conservatory Koerner Hall on Saturday, November 11 Co-hosted by Bob and Alice Wong, the Beatles Tribute Concert is in support of Canada Cares and the Alzheimer Society of Toronto to raise awareness and support for family caregivers […]Read more
An August long weekend tradition is Muskoka Rocks a fun road race for those who are training or for those who want to do a great family run. There is a 10K, a 5K run/walk and a magical kids 1k on August 6. This is a timed run so you can take it fast or take […]Read more "Muskoka Rocks for Camp Ooch"
Second City hosted “Take off, Eh” a star-studded one-night trip back to the golden age of Canadian comedy on July 18 and it was heavy on Muskoka cottagers and was a benefit for a Muskoka area resident. Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis resurrected Great Canadian North Hosers “Bob and Doug McKenzie” and Martin Short hosted the event as his hilarious Jiminy Glick character. […]Read more "Comedy and Cottage Royalty come together for Take Off, Eh Spinal Cord Injury Fundraiser"
The numbers: 6 weeks x 5 smart women = $60,000 raised to #stopsextrafficking. One of the first successful fundraisers of the Muskoka season was only hatched during the May long weekend by Tamara Moore, Melony Jamieson, Tamara Bahry, Genevieve Roch-Decter and Brittney Kuczinski in support of Covenant House. The founders of Commission Yourself came together less […]Read more "Dock Party Success: Cottagers with a conscience"