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MEMORIAL PARK & AREA
Memorial Park, Kimberley Ave. to Mary Street & Rene Caisse Lane
All Day Skate at Memorial Park Winter Village
All Day Sit by a Fire with Hot Chocolate or Roast a Marshmallow with Bonnie Lake
All Day - Axe Throwing with Axed
10:30 am - 6:00 pm Rhythmicity Interactive Drum Circle (Shows at: 10:00 am, 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm)
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Ice Sculpting Demonstration (Memorial Park)
Mary Street to Taylor Road
TBD Pancake Breakfast with Frozen's Anna & Elsa - Bracebridge Active Living Centre (Additonal cost)
All Day Downtown Tube Run
All Day Campfire
Taylor Road to Ontario Street
All Day Kid Carnival Zone
All Day Roast Marshmallows with Paul and Lea Kane of Remax North Country Realty Inc.
All Day Outdoor Bowling with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Muskoka
All Day Popcorn over a Campfire with Muskoka Indigenous Friendship Group
All Day Make and Take Crafts at The Annex – 27 Manitoba St. (Additional Fee Applies)
All Day Cupcake Decorating at The Creative Cook–35 Manitoba St. (By Donation to OSPCA)
10:00 am - 1:00 pm Ice Sculpting Demonstration at RBC Bank
11:00 am – 5:00 pm Axe Throwing
11:00 am – 6:00 pm Fire and Ice lounge - Indoor and outdoors - Bracebridge Hall - 17 Manitoba St.
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Great Canadian Lumberjack Show (Shows at: 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm)
6:00 pm - 6:10 pm Fireworks
Taylor Road Activities
All Day Busker Shows
· Fire Guy Show (Shows at: 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm)
· Hoops to you (Shows at: 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 4:00 pm)
- Birds of Prey Show (Times to be determined )
11:00 am - 3:00 pm - MooseFM Open Studio,Warming Station, Hot Apple Cider & ‘Weather Kids’ Segments
We are excited to announce that on Friday, January 27, 2023 Skate Muskoka is producing an ice show for the Fire and Ice Festival. This will be our second annual show, last year we had 800 + audience members and had a very special event starring Kurt Browning, Alissa Czisny, Geoffrey Tyler, skaters from Skate Muskoka and Port Carling Skating Club.
The 2023 show is called “BraveBlade”, it’s all about fantasy and reality of Super Hero Universes and it will include special audience interactive experiences before the show begins! Fun for all ages.
This family friendly show aims to help unite and entertain the Muskoka community as well as attract visitors . Ticket is required for the show and can be pre-purchased. Cost - $15 per person. All proceeds from the show go directly to Skate Muskoka, to help our non-profit club to grow ice sports in the Muskoka community.
Tickets will be avilabe via online mid December.
Liv Outside is located just a short jaunt away from the downtown core at 271 Ecclestone.
Pre- booking through the Liv Outside website is encouraged as tours fill up fast.
Snowshoeing - Saturday and Sunday (1 hour) - $12.50 Adults, $9.50 Kid
Take a self guided Snowshoe Hike through the beautiful Liv Outside snowshoe trails and arrive at the best views overlooking downtown Bracebridge and the waterfalls.
Saturday Evening Firework Snowshoe - 5:45 pm $15 Adults, $10 Kids
Join a guided night snowshoe tour through the trails to the scenic overlook of Downtown to view the fireworks from this amazing natural theater.
BC Skin Skiing - 4 Daily Tours - Saturday and Sunday (1.5 Hour Tours) $39. 50 pp.
Discover the new take on Nordic skiing. Your guide will take you through the forest of Liv Outside trails on the last in off track skis. Donned with a synthetic ski base they climb and slide easily. A wide design makes them stable for first time skiers and ready to slide through powder snow.
Fat Biking - 4 Daily Tours - Saturday and Sunday (1.5 Hours) $49.50 pp.
Discover Ontario's first Fat Bike only groomed trails. Liv Outside has designed the ultimate Fat Biking Experience. Join their guides for a ride through their forest rails aboard these giant tire bikes and you'll be grinning like a kid at Christmas as you propel your winter sleigh for a truly unique experience.
Ice Climbing - 1 Course each day - 9:30 - 3:30 Fire and Ice Rate: $149
Ontario's oldest Ice Climbing Tour company takes visitors to the area on a day long experience in the Haliburton Highlands to ascend 70- 90 ft natural ice waterfalls. Your guides will teach you to climb with ice axes and crampons to the top of these incredible ice formations. All climbing equipment provided and full day instruction.
Climb Muskoka is a 6,400 sq. ft indoor rock climbing facility to start. We provide climbers with a full range of bouldering terrain, 33' route walls with top rope, lead and auto belay stations. A second story mezzanine has space for stretching, free weights and cardio equipment. We've got change-rooms, a foot wash station, shower and a retail space with all the gear you'll need.
Immerse yourself in Muskoka beauty by heading out on the local trails this weekend. The Bracebridge Resource Management Centre is located just a few minutes north of the Cedar Lane exit, on Highway 11, and contains a series of groomed cross-country ski and snowshoeing trails. These trails are free to use and are open seven days a week.
Skate on a 1.2 km loop around 12 acres of cranberries. With forest on one side and cranberry beds on the other, this is a one-of-a-kind experience.