Muskoka's Christmas Festival Check List! We have compiled some our favourites.

November 8, 2017


We are all about the twinkly lights season at Muskoka Mommies. We have compiled a few family events around the district for you guys to check out with your elves. 




Friday December 1st 6-10pm

Get in the Holiday spirit while supporting our local businesses and check out this years official lighting of the downtown. Enjoy wagon rides, camp fire as well as great shopping deals! Here is the link for this event;




December 1-3

This 3 day extravaganza all over Bracebridge has a ton to offer starting with great shopping to delicious dining and above all ridiculous Christmas Spirit. Check out the various events on their website including:



December 02 12-6pm


Shop, sip, savor the tastes of the season. Premiere spirit, wine and beer producers featuring holiday’s best cocktails and gourmet bites. FEATURING: Live entertainment, Santa Photobooth, Celebrity Bartenders, Happy Hours, Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream Samples, Muskoka Brewery Beer Samples. Location: Muskoka Brewery 19+ Wrist bands required

Tickets Free!


If you are a chocolate and wine lover than this is the workshop for you!

CHOCOLATE WINE PAIRING WORKSHOP Bracebridge December 02 4-5pm

Hand crafted decadent chocolates by Belgium Master Chocolatier, Kevin Richards

$35 per person

To Register:


A Portage Flyer Christmas - Evening Train Ride to Santa

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Muskoka Heritage Place, Train Station 100 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville (beside the Active Living Centre) 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. (last train leaves at 7:30 pm) $5.00 per person (child or adult) tax included Parking at the Huntsville High School, Canada Summit Centre, Active Living Centre or directly across the street from the event. No advance ticket sales or reserve seating. Arrive and enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and cookies (while supplies last) and purchase your tickets enroute to boarding.


“Our Portage Flyer Christmas is what we like to call a "supermagicated" event that has become a tradition among families looking to spend some great quality time in the fresh air and surrounded by holiday spirit. Once you make your way to Huntsville, travel up Brunel Rd 1 km and look for the black and white "Portage Flyer Christmas Train Ride" signs. Arrive to our Rotary Village Station and enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and cookies and join in on a carol or two. The train coaches have literally a thousand lights and of course Santa is waiting at the end of the line to hear your side of the story. The combination of a train, lights and Santa is almost too much for the adults, let alone the kids. There is no reserve seating or advance ticket sales, just purchase your $5.00 per person ticket (Santa pays the tax) prior to boarding. We travel along the Muskoka River on our 1km of track to Fairy Lake where riders may debark , visit with Santa and catch the next train back or remain on board for the return trip. Each trip takes about 20 minutes and dress warmly as the coaches are open-aired. Plenty of free parking is available either nearby or directly across from our station.”


We save the best for Last! One cannot live in Muskoka and not visit Santa during SantaFest at Santa’s Village!! Santa’s back in town for a few days this December! Come join us for a fun filled Winter Edition of SantaFest – with some of Santa’s favourite winter activities like gingerbread cookie decorating, petting zoo, scavenger hunt, ornament making, marshmallow roasting, Christmas crafts and who could forget – a visit with Santa!!

When: December 9, 10, 16, 17, and 23

Hours: 12 pm to 7 pm

Admission: $12 (3 years and older)

• Admission includes a gingerbread cookie to decorate, marshmallow roasting and a Christmas craft for all children.

• Last Chance to visit with Santa before Christmas! Muskoka


Mommies would like to wish all our mama’s days and days of memory making with all your elves this Holiday Season!




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