Culture

1_north_grey.png Billy Bishop Home and Museum - A National Historic Site
The Billy Bishop Home and Museum in Owen Sound Ontario Canada is the birthplace of William Avery "Billy" Bishop, V.C., this country's most famous WWI flying ace.   Billy Bishop...
1_south_bruce.png Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre
In 1955, the idea of a museum was suggested by Mrs. W.G. McKenzie of Lucknow. From her suggestion the Bruce County Museum was born.   The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre offers an...
1_north_bruce.png Cabot Head Lighthouse Museum
The Cabot Head Lighthouse was built in 1895. It served as a navigational aid for boaters in Georgian Bay, and as a seasonal home for the Lightkeeper, his family and his assistant. The original square...
1_south_bruce.png Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Parades
No summer visit to Kincardine would be complete without walking down Queen Street following the world famous Kincadine Scottish Pipe Band Parade on Saturday evenings.   The pipe band begins...
1_north_grey.png Marine & Rail Museum
The Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum is housed in a former Canadian National Railway Station on the Owen Sound waterfront, a location covering both aspects of its historical focus.   The...
1_north_bruce.png Stokes Bay Community Center Summerfest
SUMMERFEST is happening again on Saturday July 25, 2009 from 8:00 am to midnight or so at the Stokes Bay Community Centre.   Over the past 11 years, the small hamlet of Stokes Bay on Lake Huron...
1_south_bruce.png THE WALKER HOUSE - Kincardine's Heritage Centre
A stroll down Kincardine's popular Harbour Street which leads to the lighthouse and lakefront will take visitors by the oldest building in Kincardine and the oldest standing pioneer inn/tavern of...
1_north_grey.png Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery
The Tom Thomson Art Gallery is a regional public gallery and national cultural attraction with a top-notch and revolving program of contemporary and histrical exhibitions, lectures, forums, films,...

 

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