Huntsville is full of activities to get you moving this winter


You won’t want to miss this winter season at the Canada Summit Centre, the Algonquin Theatre, Muskoka Heritage Place and the Huntsville Public Library. Discover the programs, activities and events of December, January and February in the news Art, culture and leisure Winter guide and tune in to your favorite shows starting December 15 at 8:30 a.m. online or in person at the Canada Summit Centre.

Winter 2022 and 2023 Highlights:

Holiday programs include a variety of family crafts, free skating and swimming. Public holiday skating is free to the community thanks to our generous sponsors: Bullock’s Independent Grocer, Kim Preston and Tom Harsanyi Re/Max Professionals North Brokerage, Muskoka411 News, Harvest Church, Graydon Smith MPP, Kawartha Credit Union, Chestnut Park Real Estate ltd. Brokerage and All Ontario Recycling.

New this winter in the program, numerous leisure activities and programs keep you active and social. Program highlights include registered adult fitness classes such as yoga, salsa, TRX, and step and sculp as well as mixed volleyball. For youngsters, there are plenty of day camp options for winter break, PA days, and March Break, as well as comic book drawing, running, and sports.

New this winter for arts and culture, are family craft days at Muskoka Heritage Place and the Active Living Center as well as numerous holiday events. enjoy the party Christmas Portage Flyerand a variety of performances and films at the Algonquin Theater like Matt Dusk Sing Sinatra, Muskoka Rock Choir, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Banff Mount Film Festival and more.

Please note that some programs, especially swimming, camps and fitness programs fill up quickly. Don’t be disappointed, make sure you have an online registration account and know which programs you want to participate in before the registration date.

For more information on our programs or to create a City of Huntsville Registration Accountplease visit

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Richard V. Johnson