705-380-1835 tgrainger@vianet.ca

Latest Posts

Ironman Muskoka

"Swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, run 26.2 miles- BRAG FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE" - John Collins, Ironman co-founder. Originally a challenge issued in 1978 by Commander John Collins and his wife Judy, the Ironman is a series of 3 long distance triathlon races...

read more

Canada Day in Lake of Bays & Huntsville

Canada Day in Lake of Bays and Huntsville Celebrate Canada Day in Lake of Bays, Muskoka!  The fun begins on Saturday June 29th in Baysville and Dorset, and continues through July 1st in Huntsville & Oxtongue.  Below are just a few of the activities you can...

read more

The Dwight Farmers’ Market

It’s almost here!  Mark you calendar for Tuesday June 25th from 10am – 2pm. What is coming you are asking?  Wait no longer, a sure sign of summer, the DWIGHT FARMERS' MARKET is opening for its 7th season. When?  Only a week away!  The Market will open on Tuesday June...

read more

SS Bigwin

Kick off this summer with a cruise on the SS Bigwin! Made primarily of Mahogany, Oak, Fir and Poplar, the SS Bigwin can hold up to 32 passengers and 3 crew. The boat is 66’ in length, 6’ deep, with an 11’8” beam, weighing in at 25 tons. Powered by an electric motor,...

read more

The WaWa

Jennifer of Team Grainger recently enjoyed Nancy Tapley’s evening entitled “The Night the WaWa Burned,” hosted by the Baysville Public Library. Nancy’s talk was very well attended with additional chairs brought in to try to accommodate the terrific response. In the...

read more

Peeps, Quacks, Trills and Other Froggy Thrills

Last Thursday, Team Grainger attended a seminar at the Dwight Public Library called “Peeps, Quacks, Trills and Other Froggy Thrills.  Presented by Caroline Konarzewski this was an informative evening highlighting the local species of frogs and toads, the importance of...

read more
Translate »