This Canada Day all the action is going to be at Muskoka Heritage Place, 88 Brunel Road, by the Summit Centre.

There will be an 8:00am breakfast hosted by the Lions Club right outside the Heritage Place gates and then the facility opens to the public with free admission from 9:00am to 11:00am when regular admission prices apply.

Muskoka Heritage Place collections coordinator Sara White says it will be a full day of programming on Canada Day:

The first 600 entrants will be served served a strawberry and cream scone birthday cake, while supplies last, by Huntsville council. MP Tony Clement, MPP Norm Miller, and Huntsville Mayor Scott Aitchison will be on hand as well. It is going to be a hot day so you are advised to dress for the weather and bring lots of water:

Historical re-enactments will be taking place throughout the restored turn of the 20th-century village and the Portage Flyer will be taking folks on steam train rides all day long. Just a reminder that there is no smoking on town property and Muskoka Heritage Place does not allow pets. For more information go to https://muskokaheritageplace.org/en/index.asp