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Ontario’s Lake Country is your four season destination located at an hour North from Toronto. Boasting some of the best resorts, venues and attractions in Ontario such as Horseshoe Valley Resort, Casino Rama Resort, Burl’s Creek Events Grounds, Mount St. Louis Moonstone or Hardwood Ski & Bike to mention a few! The area offers many different options for accommodations such as several B&B’s, Hotels and accommodation resorts making it perfect for your over night stay! With many events happening in the area we are your go to destination for young and old located in Orillia, Oro-Medonte, Rama, Ramara, Severn and area’s four season playground in Simcoe County.

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February 2018

SKETCH CLUB

February 24, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 pm
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, 16160 Highway 12 East
Midland, Ontario L4R 4K6 Canada
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Wye Marsh Downy WP 252x300 - SKETCH CLUB

Tom Goldsmith is an acclaimed nature  illustrator and has several published books to his credit. Tom will host a weekly sketching session where he and interested parties will gather in the center and head out to sketch the wonderful complexity of the wye marsh and it's wonders. Sketching in the field isn't about creating finished frame-able works of art, its about learning to see.  The act of drawing is secondary. By sketching  from live subjects we are forced to observe…

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March 2018

SKETCH CLUB

March 3, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 pm
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, 16160 Highway 12 East
Midland, Ontario L4R 4K6 Canada
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Wye Marsh Downy WP 252x300 - SKETCH CLUB

Tom Goldsmith is an acclaimed nature  illustrator and has several published books to his credit. Tom will host a weekly sketching session where he and interested parties will gather in the center and head out to sketch the wonderful complexity of the wye marsh and it's wonders. Sketching in the field isn't about creating finished frame-able works of art, its about learning to see.  The act of drawing is secondary. By sketching  from live subjects we are forced to observe…

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