Huronia Museum now has Discovery Passes! Get yours here today!
These are the 4 GREAT attractions you get admission to when you purchase the Heart of Georgian Bay’s Discovery Pass! But that is not all! Stay tuned to find out what other bonuses and savings come from this one ticket!
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Georgian Bay Tourism
Town of Midland
Town of Penetanguishene
Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives
S.S. Keewatin Martyrs’ Shrine
On August 22nd 2015, The Huronia Museum along with theTown of Midland will be hosting a story telling festival. It will be known as the Pass-It-On Story telling festival. We are hoping it will become an annual event.
The Story telling will happen on two stages in Little Lake Park in Midland, and in our Huron Village at the Museum between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. The park will be closed to traffic for the day to allow people to move between the story-telling stages, musical entertainment all of our great vendors. This promises to be a great day of stories and entertainment from near and far for the entire family
The day of the event coincides with a day of celebrating art at ArtWalk in downtown Midland.
Attached is a flyer that may be used to promote the event. If you wish I can also email a PDF version of the flyer. If you have any questions about the event, or would like to join us in telling a story or becoming a vendor please contact Jill Bremner or Veronica Blanchette here at the Museum!
You are invitied to join us for the launch of
Midland on Georgian Bay – An Illustrated History of Midland, Ontario
Friday, February 29, 2008 7 – 9 pm
at Huronia Musuem, 549 Little Lake Park Road, off King Street in Midland
A limited, hard cover, first edition will be available February 29, 2008 at a cost of $60.00 ($57.14 plus GST $2.86). Advance orders are being accepted online at www.midlandongeorgianbay.ca or by calling Bill Smith at 705.526.5285. Books will also be available at Huronia Musuem and David Northcott’s Law Office, 488 Dominion Avenue, (just east of King Street) beginning March 3rd, 2008.
Midland On Georgian Bay, has over 620 photographs and illustrations, many of which are full colour. It is beautifully designed and includes a detailed index. The book accurately captures the mood that defines Midland’s unique personality that is so strongly influenced by its location on the shores of Georgian Bay, often call the Sixth Great Lake. It takes the reader on the long journey from the earliest settlement of the Ouendat/Huron Nation to the inauguration of Midland’s Town Council in 2007.
It was a daunting task to distill into 300 pages, the huge amount of research and to choose from over 3,000 collected images to illustrate this book. The task was helped immensely by award-winning book designer, Kurt Schick, whose objectivitiy and creativity really made Midland on Georgian Bay a beautiful book.