Grab the kids and go on a cruise made for kids that sets sail on September 1st, from Gravenhurst. This interactive experience will have everyone getting into the pirate spirit. Costumes are encouraged, so don't wait, grab your tickets.
On September 1st take part in a picnic being held at Old Mill Park in the Kawartha Lakes area. There will be a bouncy castle, food, games, and lots of fun; check out all the details here.
An art exhibit will be displayed in the Algonquin Room from September 1st to September 25th. All of the Algonquin-inspired paintings are by Laurie Wonfor-Nolan. For more information check out the Algonquin Provincial Park website.
Take part in an outdoor movie night on September 6th at The Rectory in Collingwood. Check it out here.
On September 7th, the Severn Bridge fall fair will keep everyone busy all day long with crafts, competitions, performances, games, displays, and vendors. Check it out on the Severn Fair website.
Held in Bracebridge on September 7th, the SuperWalk is the only nationwide fundraiser in Canada to support Parkinson’s. Registration and volunteer information can be found on their website.
On September 8th, treat yourself to a gourmet six-course meal. Held in Huntsville, this dinner has food from all over Ontario. Grab your tickets and check out the menu here.
Stop by Kawartha Lakes on September 9th to learn about monarch butterflies and their stages of life. For location and time please check out the event here.
Taking place on September 14th, at the University of Guelph Arboretum, get the chance to participate in a tour, listen to live music, watch demonstrations, and even take home a new plant at their sale. Find more information at the University of Guelph website.
Stop by Huntsville on September 14th to eat all the macaroni that you can! With contests and crafts it will be fun for the whole family. For more information check out the event page.
Want to ride your bike in a 27km loop for 8 hours? We have just your event. On September 14th come ride some of the best backcountry gravel roads in Haliburton as a solo race or as a relay with a friend or two. For more information and to register check out the event website.
Participate in an event for a good cause. On September 15th join in on the Terry Fox Run happening in Collingwood. Water, snack, and a group warm-up will be provided, for more information check out the event page.
From September 18th to the 22nd, pick and choose from over 100 hikes both guided and themed, and participate in other festival events that are happening. Check out the full schedule and register here.
Food, beer, games, live music, and dancing, what more could you ask for? On September 21st participate in this German-inspired event in Collingwood. Find more information on the Blue Mountain Village website.
If you love wild mushrooms but want to stay cautious and knowledgable when it comes to knowing if they're poisonous, consider taking this class on September 21st in Haliburton. For more information and to register check out the event page.
Pick a weekend, as this event is on September 21 to 22 and the 28 to 29, and meet some artists. Check out their artwork, and maybe even purchase a piece from the artists at the event. For more information check the event out here.
On September 26th, the annual Bobcaygeon Fall Fair is back with a derby, horse show, tractor pull, and more. Check out all the details and event schedule here.