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  • July 09, 2019 10:00 AM | Anonymous member

    Just a quick heads up.
    There is Giant Hogweed on Peninsula rd, pretty much opposite the driveway of 400.
    For those who aren't aware. This stuff can cause really bad burns to anybody touching it.
    And it's confirmed, I sent the photos to invadingspecies.com


    Nick

  • July 03, 2019 4:39 PM | Anonymous member

    Anyone on middle lake with a tractor or other device capable of spreading stone chips on a yard, interested in earning a few bucks or lending or renting it for a couple of hours. please call 705 687 4713 in the next week or two.

  • June 19, 2019 10:47 PM | Anonymous member

    Lark sailing boat available for free. In very good Condition.   Please email measingwood@yahoo.com 

  • June 17, 2019 8:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As we enter the beautiful peak cottage season, it's important to remember fire safety with some helpful information and tips from the local Fire Department.

    Attached is the recent newsletter for reminders on being safe this season.

    COTTAGE EXPRESS 2019.pdf

  • June 16, 2019 11:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Have you seen a missing dock near Pine Island on North Muldrew?

    It is approximately 10'x9' with a small ramp on it.

    It was lost near Pine Island 3NM2 on North Muldrew Lake (close to the Middle Church portage between North and Middle Lake).

    If you've seen this missing dock or know where it is, kindly contact Kendall Anderson at 416-518-4465


    Many Thanks and Safe Boating while this dock is still out there.

  • June 02, 2019 6:08 PM | Anonymous member

    I have 2 sets of pine bunk beds for sale with mattresses.  Matresses are almost new.

    $225 each set or $400 for both.


    email me - karenrobertson.scott@gmail.com


  • May 24, 2019 10:19 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Gravenhurst Opera House Summer Brochure.pdf


    Dear Lake Dwellers!

    It seems as though spring may have forgotten its roadmap but I’m sure we’ll be complaining about the hot weather in due time.  In the meantime, we are very excited to welcome you back to cottage and boating season on our beautiful Muskoka waterways.

    The Gravenhurst Opera House has another terrific summer season planned and we couldn’t wait to tell you all about it!

    The Gravenhurst Opera House has been a cultural cornerstone since 1901 and with that tradition in mind, we are happy that it continues to be a focal point for great entertainment all year long.

    Summer Theatre in Canada started right here 85 years ago and we are very proud to continue the cherished tradition of professional summer theatre in our beautiful, historic venue.

    Our 2019 Summer Theatre season will make you laugh, cry and dance in the aisles.  Opening with Harvest (June 26 to July 19), the story of a rental deal that goes ‘to pot’ or ‘up in smoke’. Well, you get the idea.  This very timely and very funny play by Canadian playwright Ken Cameron is a brilliantly written two hander, based on his parents’ real life experience.  

    This season’s musical takes us back to the days of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis!  This famous duo was loved around the world but their partnership didn’t last.  Dean & Jerry: What Might Have Been (July 24 to August 16) by Jesse Collins, delivers a very funny concert of old standards and old jokes.  Accompanied by a full band, stars of the show; Derek Marshall and Nicolas Arnold will transport you back to the clubs of Vegas.  

    The final theatre production of the summer is Kalamazoo (September 11 to 27).  This lovely story by Michelle Kholos Brooks and Kelly Younger finds Peg and Irving both alone in their later years.  Encouraged by family, they turn to on-line dating.  What could possibly go wrong?  More importantly, what could go right?  With second chances filled with humourous moments, this romantic comedy delivers a new lease on life for this unlikely couple.

    **Don’t forget about our Show Us You’re Local Program.  If you pay taxes in the Town of Gravenhurst, bring us proof of residency and you’ll receive our Local 2 for 1 rate for our summer theatre performances.  That’s $20 per ticket on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays all summer long!  (tickets must be purchased in pairs). We also have group and package rates.  Just check in with our Box Office and they’ll be happy to tell you all about the great ways to save.

    Our summer concerts are also a must see!  On Saturday, June 8th we have one of Toronto’s favourite bands, The Jive Bombers who will have you jumpin’ and jivin’ in the aisles.  They’re also bringing special guest Johnny Max with them who we all know and love!  On Saturday, August 17thJack Hutton & Friends will be back with what they’re calling their ‘Farewell Tour’.  Jack and friends are world renowned ragtime and jazz players which always makes for a fun night.  Grammy nominated producer and musician, Lance Anderson will be back this year with another incredible line up that will take us back 50 years to Woodstock, the festival of festivals!  On Saturday, August 24thWoodstock at 50 will feature many highlights from that unforgettable weekend.  This year’s Summer Season Wrap Up concert on Saturday, September 28th features North America’s Premier tribute to ‘Tapestry, The Carole King Songbook’ starring Suzanne O Davis. 

    We’ve attached our summer season brochure and an ad for you to share with your members, include in your newsletters or on your social media channels to help spread the word about our Show Us You’re Local program and how you can sign up for our e-newsletters.

    Our Box Office is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm and 10:00 am until show time on performance days.  You can purchase tickets in person or by phone at 705-687-5550 or toll free at 1-888-495-8888.  The Box Office email address is operahouseboxoffice@gravenhurst.ca .  For a full listing of what is happening at the Opera House, please visit our website at www.GravenhurstOperaHouse.com

    The Gravenhurst Opera House is Muskoka’s oldest entertainment tradition and the place to be all summer long!  Be sure to mark your calendars for all these great show!

    We look forward to welcoming you back or for the very first time and hope that your time with us is treasured!

    Krista Storey 
    Manager of Arts & Culture

    Town of Gravenhurst


    2019 Cottage and Lake Associations - Opera House Ad.jpg



  • May 14, 2019 1:18 PM | Anonymous member

    Hound type dog with a bright red collar seen running in the woods near Southwood Road and Schenkel/Fishhook area. Looked to be searching for something/someone.

  • May 11, 2019 11:11 AM | Anonymous member

    A long section of wooden dock with frame constructed of logs has found its way into our bay, on North Lake across from and east of Rose Bay, where the beach is. If it's yours, please come and collect it when you can.

  • April 28, 2019 9:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    With all the reports surfacing around the flooding happening in the area, we wanted to share some communications.


    The ice on Muldrew has finally thawed and thankful we are experiencing relatively seasonal water levels for those who haven't had the chance to be there themselves.  


    Below is the statement issued from the Town of Gravenhust this afternoon that will be of interest.



    GRAVENHURST CONTINUES TO MONITOR - SPRING FRESHET

    Enhanced monitoring in effect.

    Gravenhurst, ON – As Muskoka communities around Gravenhurst have declared flooding related emergencies, officials in the Town of Gravenhurst have increased monitoring of local waterways, just as they have been for the past six weeks.

    “The Town’s Infrastructure Services staff instituted enhanced monitoring in mid-March in anticipation of the spring freshet, and a staff team has been watching the data points daily,” said Deputy Fire Chief Todd Clapp who is also the Community Emergency Management Coordinator. Isolated pockets of flooding have occurred throughout Gravenhurst. “We also began public messaging in early March prior to the start of the freshet, because we wanted those who have traditionally been affected to have it top of mind.”

    “The river systems in North Muskoka are very different from those in our community, and we know from past years that our experience is dissimilar to theirs, but having said that, we’ve been extremely vigilant about the safety of our community,” said Mayor Paul Kelly. “The extreme water flows that warranted declarations of emergencies to the north of us have had an effect on Lake Muskoka and we are being very watchful of changing conditions,” he added.

    Sandbagging supplies were established in Gravenhurst during the March break as an added proactive measure, and these are seeing good usage by the community. An additional location has been added at Sunshine Court in West Gravenhurst.

    Town officials are keeping a keen eye out for changes in weather and water levels. “We continue to get regular inputs from a variety of sources like the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Trent Severn Waterway, and the network with all of our neighbours, we just need mother nature to cooperate and let the water levels diminish,” said Clapp. The emergency management team is poised to act when and if necessary, and all of the Town’s Departments are standing by as needed.

    The District of Muskoka is also monitoring water levels and road conditions.

    Residents can continue to take the following preparatory actions if they are in flood prone areas:  

    • Relocate items of value above flood levels. This includes items in basements, garages, sheds, yards, boathouses or other structures.
    • Check your sump pump to ensure its working properly.  Make sure the area around and above the pump is free from combustible materials.
    • Know where sandbag/sand stock piles are located nearest to your home.
    • Have an emergency generator available in case of power failure.
    • Pre-arrange emergency accommodations and prepare a “go bag” in case of evacuation. If you are forced to evacuate your home, remember to make allowances for pets, medications and other personal items.
    • Make sure docks and propane supply tanks are secured.
    • Listen to radio and media alerts regarding severe weather. Stay informed.

      Plan Prepare, Be Aware!  Visit www.gravenhurst.ca/alerts

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    For more information, please contact:

    Todd Clapp 

    Deputy Fire Chief/Community Emergency Management Coordinator

    todd.clapp@gravenhurst.ca

     705-687-3414



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