Posts Tagged ‘Maryboro Lodge’

High School Drama at Fenelon Museum (Nov. 2017)

October 25, 2017

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Maryboro Lodge is proud to present Fenelon Falls: A Walk Through Time a play written and directed by the Fenelon Falls Secondary School senior Drama class on November 6th, Monday at 12 noon.

 

The show, Fenelon Falls: A Walk Through Time, showcases the rich and interesting history of Fenelon Falls, and the invigorating characters which once lived there. The play will incorporate the majority of the rooms in the Maryboro Lodge museum, in order to truly bring the history to life.

 

Fenelon Falls and its surrounding area have plenty of history to share, and the Fenelon Falls Secondary School’s senior Drama class will be showcasing it with this walk through performance. Guests will be escorted through the museum and will see a variety of characters and scenes specific to our local history.

 

The senior Drama class has developed the show in collaboration with the museum’s staff and local historians.  Students have been learning about our local history through regular museum visits, and research in the community. This play will appeal to all ages and everyone is welcome to attend. There is no admission fee, however a donation to the museum is appreciated.

 

The museum will be open November 6th from 12 to 2 p.m.for play and all are welcomed.

www.maryboro.ca

 

Maryboro Lodge Fall Events (Sept. 2017)

August 29, 2017
Have you been to the museum lately? There is life in all that history! This summer was an active one for the team at Maryboro Lodge. Check out their facebook feed to review some of the awesome events that were held on the lawn outside the museum, in full view of beautiful Cameron Lake. Highlights include the afternoon teas, Fenelon Live open mics, and just last weekend a visit from Laurie Scott MPP.
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FALL EVENTS AT MARYBORO LODGE
We have a Monarch Butterfly Release this Sunday September 3 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.  You can purchase a “tagged” Monarch or “Painted Lady”.  The Monarchs are $25 and the Painted Ladies are $20.  The Painted Ladies will stay close to the gardens of the museum and will lay their eggs for more  butterflies next year.  The Monarchs will start their journey south with the hopes of making it to Mexico; and then return to Texas to lay their eggs. Because they are tagged, people can get updates on their journeys through email from different stations.
Pre-register at Museum or on the day of September 3rd.
Doors Open are happening in Kawartha Lakes, and the museum is part of the tour September 9th and 10th.
Harvest Happenings on Thanksgiving weekend will be at the Museum this year.  We will be making “Scarecrows” and “Pumpkins”  Lots of Apple cider and good food available
A huge thanks to the residents and visitors, our student employees and Board and Partners of Fenelon Falls for the huge success this summer at the Fenelon Museum.  We are grateful to the Town Crier for all their help in advertising and letting
people know what is at the end of “Oak Street”.  We look forward to next year and an amazing summer.
(Us too!)

Kawartha Heritage Plans 2015 Events (Jan 2015)

January 19, 2015

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January 2015

A new year has arrived already.  Time marches on!  Our board meetings will again be held at Maryboro Lodge, the Fenelon Museum, Oak Street in the gallery on the third Thursday of the month, April to October, from 2:00p.m.to 4:00 p.m.  All members are invited to attend as we appreciate new ideas and new initiatives.

 

Events for 2015

Saturday April 25th at 2:00 p.m. Bob Caruth will give a brief talk about antiques.  For $2 you may bring in an old treasure and be a part of a show and tell afternoon at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 89 Colborne Street, Fenelon Falls. A short AGM will take place first.

 

Saturday June 6th at 2:00 p.m. Randall Speller will talk about “Building Foundations: 20thCentury Business and Stores in Fenelon Falls” at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 89 Colborne Street, Fenelon Falls.

 

Saturday August 15th is Family History Day at Maryboro Lodge, the Fenelon Museum, Oak Street from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be a variety of activities and crafts from the past, as well as model steam engines on display.

 

Saturday September 26th at 2:00 p.m. Gail Corbett will speak about “Katherine Wallis, sculptor” at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 89 Colborne Street, Fenelon Falls.

 

We will be participating in the Fenelon Fair with entries in the photographic section. The Heritage Quilt will be on display at the fair.
We will be also be participating in the British Empire teas served on the verandah at the museum on Wednesday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. in July and August.

 

Membership dues of $10 may be sent to our treasurer, Muriel Walker, 85 Walker’s Road, R.R. #2, Fenelon Falls, Ontario K0M 1N0

Maryboro Lodge Family History Day

August 16, 2014

Join heritage skills demonstrators, crafters, genealogists, and historians for an entertaining day discovering your community’s roots.

Cameron Lake shoreline in Fenelon Falls – Then + Now (July 2014)

July 21, 2014

997-5 Tourist Camp on Cameron Lake, FF THEN

997-5 Tourist Camp NOW

Tourists camp on the Cameron Lake waterfront, in the vicinity of what are now Garnet Graham Park and the Fenelon Museum (Maryboro Lodge).

For more local history be sure to check out Maryboro Lodge, the Museum of Fenelon Falls.  Visit www.maryboro.ca for upcoming events.

Afternoon Tea

July 2, 2014

Enjoy fresh scones with tea or homemade lemonade to the strains of live piano music and with a lovely view of the sparkling waters of Cameron Lake.