Stanhope Heritage Day

Stanhope Heritage Day 2012

Visit the Stanhope Heritage Museum at 1123 North Shore Rd, just east of Hwy 35 and less than 5 minutes from us here at the resort for their 10th Annual Stanhope Heritage Day Celebrations.

A great family outing for tourists, locals and our resort guests, lots of fun things for the kids and take in some history while enjoying some of the live entertainment.

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A Little Bit About the Stanhope Heritage Museum

The Stanhope Museum is residing in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands of Ontario, home to a lot more than 140 years of records, data and artifacts. This Ontario museum specializes in local pioneer history and is home to the historical Hawk Lake Log Chute.

 

 

Hawk Lake Log Chute could be the only remaining log chute of its style in Ontario. The log chute has been painstakingly repaired and reconstructed.

 

The Stanhope Museum is one of Ontario’s smaller museums but it surely has one of the largest archives of Ontario pioneer history and records.

The museum is open to tourist on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 11 to 2.

Admission is by donation.

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Heritage Day Celebrations for 2012

On Saturday, July 21st, 2012 the museum is hosting the 10th Stanhope Heritage Day from 9 am to 3 pm on the Stanhope Museum grounds.

Wander through the past and take in some history at the Stanhope Museum grounds

This is a family event and is outdoors, protect the kids and yourself with hats and sunscreen and bring water to drink.

$2 admission and kids 5 and under free

New this year – off-road parking

Celebrate our 10th Anniversary with local folks demonstrating historic arts and trades such as;

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  • horse logging
  •  maple syrup making
  • canoes and paddles
  • soap making
  • pottery
  • tatting
  • basketry
  • stone carving
  • decoy carving
  • wood crafts
  • caning
  • fish fly tying
  • spinning
  • weaving
  • rug hooking
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Stanhope Museum Garden by Karen Sloan

See great displays of;

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  • antique and press cameras
  • organic seeds and garden gifts
  • heritage gardens
  • vintage cars
  • antique chain saws
  • eco-friendly guerrilla gardening
  • fabulous quilts on display
  • canoes and paddles
  • the unique Haliburton Gold lake trout10,000 year old fish
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Learn local history from authors, the genealogy society and the portable library.

See an antique printing press in action.

Kids can touch farm animals, enjoy traditional games and crafts, sign their names with a quill pen, and have their faces painted.

Muskoka Wildlife Centre presents a variety of creatures live at 11 am, please no dogs allowed.

Many items for sale including local farm produce, our award winning citron marmalade, heritage seeds and garden gifts.

Live Entertainment

Enjoy music by Gord Kidd’s 50/50 Band from 10 am to 2 pm

Celtic Slow Jam playing traditional music at noon and 2 pm

BBQ lunch – hot dogs, peameal and veggies on a bun (donated by Todd’s Independent in Haliburton)

Bake Sale – come early for goodies from the bake sale table.

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For more information call Norma at – 705 489-2966

Check out the updated PDF Flyer online

Have a good time at the Stanhope Heritage Day Celebration

 

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Loralea

Country life was always a factor when we looked for a place to live, so back in 2002 Heather and I quit our city jobs and purchased a small Country Resort on Halls Lake in the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario Canada. We live on the resort grounds and enjoying helping people with their all season vacation and Family Reunion planning. Our Blog supports resort guests and visitors to the area by letting them know all the things happening in the Haliburton Highlands in order to get the most out of their vacation or weekend getaway. We'll be happy to help you find what your looking for in the Haliburton Highlands. May it be things to do, places to eat, family activities, sites to see, cottages for rent or sale, almost anything to do with the Haliburton Highlands.

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