Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Midland
Annual Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction
Friday November, 16th 2012
5:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Restaurant Sainte Marie
Come out and enjoy an evening filled with fabulous food, great company and an incredible selection of unique and valuable auction items. Tickets available at the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre for $65. Bidding starts at 5:00 pm and includes a fabulous dinner at 6:30 pm hosted by Restaurant Sainte Marie.
November 29, November 30 and December 1 (Evening)
Sainte-Marie Among the Huron
The First Light event is a 17th century holiday season celebration. Under the magical glow of over 3,000 candles, enjoy an enchanted evening on the historic site, listening to live music, Aboriginal drumming and choirs. Family activities and crafts.
Marshall excited about future of Rotary Park
The Barrie Advance - 17 hours ago
Marshall said he hopes the projects will help boost the appeal of the Penetanguishene waterfront, making it more of a tourist destination and bringing money...Mayor Gerry Marshall said there are currently four “irons in the fire” – a proposed amphitheatre by Rotary Park; a Métis cultural centre; a bid by the Georgian Bay Métis Group to build a Champlain Centre as part of 2015 anniversary celebrations; and a private group mulling a tourist destination based on the history of Penetanguishene Harbour.
The gateway to Georgain Bay, Penetanguishene is a historical community located on the southerly tip of Georgian Bay. First recognized in 1793 by John Graves Simcoe with the establishment of a naval base the town was incorporated on February 22, 1882,. A bilingual community has grown to approximately 8,500 residents with a strong representation of cottage residents. and is accessible via Highway 93 North from Barrie, or Highway 12 from Midland. Often the area is dubbed Midland-Penetang.
As part of Simcoe County towns close to Penetanguishene include Midland Ontario and Lafontaine, Ontario.
Accommodations in the Penetanguishene Area
Attractions in the Penetanguishene Area
Culture and History
Penetanguishene Area Tourism Information
Official Town Web Site: Town
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The French Connection
Branchez-vous en français!
Distance from Toronto:
~ 140 km
Driving Time from Toronto:
~ 90 min
Of Ontario (Official Government of Ontario Road Map)
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See Google Map of Penetanguishene