Member Directory

Arts & Heritage

Location: 1306 South Wilberforce Rd., Tory Hill

Canada's largest Celebration of Art Created in the Open Air Engage with the Artist's as they work through the creative process on site and savour some of the breathtaking views the Highlands has to offer Finish off your weekend at the Juried Art Show

(705) 448-9785
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Location: 5 Hastings St S, Bancroft

The AAC is a not for profit charitable organization. The AAC strives to contribute to the cultural life of the community by recognizing and supporting the local artists and cultural groups working within the North Hasting region.

(613) 332-5918
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Location: 1040 Big Clear Lane, Arden

Thrown and hand-built functional and decorative pottery, sculpture and much more. Our pottery is made on the premises so that visitors can view the process. Come visit, walk the pathways of our lovely gardens and watch the artist at work.

(613) 335-2763
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Location: 10 Flint Ave., Bancroft

The Art Gallery of Bancroft (AGB) is the area's only not-for-profit public art gallery, featuring monthly exhibitions & a Gift shop offering unique one-of-a-kind items by area artists & artisans. Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 10AM to 4PM.

(613) 332-1542
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Location: 355 Bowland Rd RR2, Clayton

Annual art show and sale by members of Almonte and Area Artists Assoc.

(613) 256-5863
Location: 18639 Highway 118, Tory Hill

Artech Glassblowing Studios is a traditional glassblowing studio in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands. We strive to design work that is inspired by our native Canadian surroundings for the urban consumer.

(705) 448-9522
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Location: 29 Forsyth Street, Marmora

AIM (Artists In Motion) is a not for profit organization that supports artists and craftspersons by running our gallery in Marmora, Ontario. AIM is looking for new artists/craftspersons for displaying and selling their work in the AIM gallery.

(613) 472-1278
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Location: 11379 Ontario 62, Madoc

Arts Centre Hastings is a showcase for the arts in Centre Hastings. An ideal venue for memorable performances, exhibitions or special events, our 1800 square foot sustainable building is a remarkable, community cultural gathering place.

(613) 473-5265
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Location: 14072 Hwy 118, Haliburton

We strive to provide a strong voice for the arts in Haliburton County. We serve as a catalyst for community economic development through the arts; & contribute to the vibrancy of the arts and community life.

(705) 457-8033
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Location: 36 Skyline Park Rd., Haliburton

My desire to unite beauty and function is evident in my distictive glazing and designs which are simple in form yet elegant in style. I also do crystalline glazes and work in stirling silver.

(705) 457-2752
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Location: 79 Little Bridge Street, Almonte

The local chain of pubs; The Barley Mow Pubs, A local chain in the Ottawa region has one of the most impressive scotch and beer lists found on this side of the Atlantic. Try one of our many single malt whiskies, or select from among 20 microbrews.

(613) 256-5669
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Location: 1054 Elk Drive, Eagle Lake

Charles O'Neil is a full time artist with a wide range of interests and a long affiliation with the Haliburton School of The Arts. With a background in drawing and painting, by 1996, he became interested in sculpting.

(705) 754-1090
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Location: 54 Beckwith Street East, Perth

Ottawa Valley's only professional summer theatre, the Classic theatre presents the classic hits of Broadway and the London stage in Heritage Perth, Ontario. Produced, directed, and performed by some of the top theatrical talent in Canada.

1 (877) 283-1283
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Location: 4167 Hwy 37 RR 2, Roslin

Entirely handcrafted lifelike santa figures, including the faces, boots & accessories; depicting the evolution of Santa Claus from before Christianity to present day. Also Classic, Canada North, Irish & Scottish Santas. oldeworldsantas.com 613 477 2869

(613) 477-2869
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Location: 47 Main Street East, Smiths Falls

At Compositions our venue includes diverse works of art creating an ambiance with fervor and passion. Our foremost intention is to endorse, inspire and awaken passion within the creative elements of our community. Commencing the certainty that art come

(613) 205-1258
Location: 2763 Tatlock Road General Delivery, Mississippi Mills

Artisan studio tour in Mississippi Mills

(613) 256-8370
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Location: 68 Queen Victoria Street, Madoc On

Drum Nation Festival celebrates the artistic expression of the drum and its presence in all cultures. An interactive festival providing new life experiences with energetic performances, wonderful demonstrators, exhibitors and more.

(613) 243-5460
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Location: 2822 Stone Road, Douglas

Dwyer's Farmhouse is a very unique farm experience for your family. The century old farmhouse is rented out exclusively to you. Bring the family and stay on a working farm...and have the place to yourself!

(613) 649-2211
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Location: 1129 Ross Road, Eagle Lake

Marketing Communication planning for tourism related businesses + manager of the Haliburton Creative Business Incubator + morning host at 100.9 Canoe FM (community radio)

(705) 754-9996
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Location: 942 Upper Scotch Line, Perth

Ecotay Education Centre is located in a group of beautifully restored heritage barns. A variety of special events are held at the Center, including: concerts, fairs, and trade shows. Also available for private rentals for weddings, reunions, and retreats.

(613) 267-6391
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Location: 1607 The Ridge Road, Coe Hill

Ellenberger Organic Farm is the home of Henry and Janet Ellenberger near the quaint Ontario town of Coe Hill on The Ridge Road. They are the only providers of certified organic seed potatoes in all of Ontario.

(613) 337-8824
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Location: 266 Concession 2 North Sherbrooke RR#1, Lanark Highlands

At Elphin Mountain Farm we aim to breed traditional type Connemara ponies: correct, athletic and hardy with the exceptional Connemara temperament. Awarded in recognition of a career of outstanding achievement, both competitive and non-competitive

(613) 278-2520
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Location: 437 West Front Street, Stirling

Farmtown Park, home of the Hastings County Museum of Agricultural Heritage, celebrates rural life, and the importance of agriculture and farmers who provide us with food.

(613) 395-0015
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Location: 4248 Wolf Grove Road, Lanark Highlands

We pride ourselves by the traditional and natural way we farm. From working the land with our team of horses to our decision not to use any harmful chemicals that interfere with the natural process. Beef, Chicken, Coffee, Honey, Maple Syrup and Teas

(613) 259-2188
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Location: 399 Sugar Bush Road, Pakenham

Welcome to Fulton's, 400 tranquil acres nestled in the heart of Lanark County, near Ottawa, ON. Spring Season mid Feb to mid April open daily. Pre-arranged group visits welcome all year. Enjoy a traditional sweet Canadian maple experience.

(613) 256-3867
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Location: 63 Mill Street, Almonte

General Fine Craft, Art & Design is a retail gallery featuring high-quality, original artwork made by Canadian artists working in clay, precious metals, fibre, wood, painting, printmaking, glass, mixed-media, sculpture and furniture design.

(613) 461-3463
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Location: 5623 Gelert Rd, Haliburton

The Haliburton County Folk Society is dedicated to promoting roots and folk music in the Haliburton Highlands through performances, events, and member services.

(705) 457-9110
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Location: 5623 Gelert Rd, Haliburton

Annual event held the weekend before Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving weekend featuring the studios of Haliburton County artists. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the County during the most colourful season and "treasure hunt" for one of a kind art.

(705) 457-9110
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Location: 297 College Drive, Haliburton Ontario

In this striking setting you will find a campus that is well-known for its art and design programs offered full-time, part-time, and in accelerated formats. The summer program welcomes beginners to experts for week-long courses and Saturday workshops.

(705) 457-1680
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Location: 297 College Drive Box 210, Haliburton

The Haliburton Sculpture Forest, near the village of Haliburton, is a unique outdoor collection of sculptures by Canadian and international artists. The trails provide changing perspectives of the forest and the sculptures in each of the seasons.

(705) 457-3555
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Location: 1153 Denison Rd., Minden

With 28 artists & 10 studios in 2012, we are growing an artistic community experience for all to enjoy. If you take pleasure in exhibiting and sharing your creative talent we look forward to hearing from you.

(705) 286-1725
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Location: 1119 Tuftsville Rd., Stirling

The Harder's live in an energy efficient home, which is off the grid. They live and teach sustainable living, working with heavy horses on 50 acres. They teach the art of driving draft horses, living off grid and eating food produced on the property.

(613) 395-1855
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Location: 11 Old Sly's Rd, Smiths Falls

In 1860-61 Joshua Bates built his home along the Rideau Canal with his two mills. Heritage House Museum is a restored classically styled Victorian home depicting the life style of an upper middle class family living in Smiths Falls around 1867 to 1875.

(613) 283-6311
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Location: 5358 City Rd 21, Haliburton

Here, you can experience Haliburton area's own Highlands Opera Studio present some of the best-loved works of the world of opera. One of our mandates is to encourage the growth of theatrical talent within our community.

(705) 457-9933
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Location: 1027 Bryans Road, Highlands East

Artists Gary Blundell and Victoria Ward have had over sixty professional exhibitions between them. They're work is landscape based; paintings, multi-media and writing. Their studio is open by appointment only.

(705) 447-3418
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Location: 134 Sandhill Drive, Barry's Bay

Shirley Murphy creates beautiful, hand-woven articles of clothing, elegant table linens and useful household items such as placemats, tea towels and rugs. She also conducts weaving classes for children and adults in her Barry’s Bay studio.

(613) 756-2093
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Location: 1932 Kennisis Lake Rd., Haliburton

We are an artist studio that features hand-dyed yarns and fibres, artisan made knitting accessories, spinning wheels and knitting patterns. All in a little corner of the world we call Haliburton Highlands.

(705) 854-1275
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Location: ., Irondale

We're researching the history of Irondale, now considered a ghost town but was once the site of a large iron-mining operation and the focus of various roads and railroads. We host events, displays, exhibitions and performances to advance education.

(705) 457-8438
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Location: 112 Mill Street, Bancroft

Irondell offers custom welded products. Visitors are welcome to wander & enjoy the studio, sculpture garden, ponder unique metal installations & art. Weldergirl is often found creating whimsical & thoughtful pieces sure to add interest to your day!

(613) 332-6695
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Location: 87 Bayshore Rd., Haliburton

We're located on the n/e edge of Haliburton, the site offers a wide variety of art at a range of prices. The opportunity to meet the artist who has developed a unique technique makes your visit personal. She also does workshops and speaking engagements.

(705) 457-3412
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Location: 1677 Frontenac Rd, Griffith

Dedicated to the revitalization of Matawatchan & area through events and activities related to arts, heritage, health & wellness. Settlers & Algonquin, through colonization to present day. Embrace the past~Encourage the Future~Enjoy Today

(613) 333-9399
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Location: 974 Concession 9A PO Box 76, McDonalds Corners

MERA Schoolhouse operates out of an 1860s schoolhouse in rural Lanark Highlands. We offer classes and workshops in the arts: weaving, pottery, stained glass, fine arts, music, basketry, felting, quilting, and well as performances and many weekly groups.

(613) 278-0388
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Location: 174-176 Bobcaygeon Rd., Minden

Minden Hills Cultural Centre is a 4 acre area downtown Minden that houses an art gallery, a museum, an environment centre, as well as the public library. The grounds also offer a boardwalk through a beautiful natural wetland.

(705) 286-3736
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Location: 216 Bayshore Road, Tyendinaga

We are proud to welcome you to our tiny, UNIQUE, FIRST NATIONS GALLERY, CAFE, GIFTSHOP & OUTDOOR PERFORMANCE COURTYARD. Our Tiny Cabin entitled "LIL CROW CAFE & STAGE RED" is nestled along the beautiful shores of the Bay of Quinte, located just east o

(613) 396-2767
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Location: 1314 Hybla Rd, Bancroft

The primary focus of the Ontario Métis Family Records Center (OMFRC) is researching and documenting the aboriginal and Métis families of North America. Our vast record collections put us in the ideal position to issue the cards.

(613) 332-4789
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Location: 1153 Dennison Road, Minden

Textile art studio producing wall and wearable art made with fabric, thread, leather, fibres, dye, and paint. Participant in the annual Haliburton County Studio Tour.

(705) 754-5328
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Location: See notes for maps and guides, Pembroke

As of 2012, there are 33 Heritage Murals in Pembroke's Outdoor Art Gallery. Mural Tour inside City's All Season Guide book or download a free Audio Mural Tour at www.downtownpembroke.ca Open 365 days a year and free for everyone to enjoy.

(613) 735-3413
Location: 176 Civic Centre Rd, Petawawa

The Petawawa Heritage Village which is Situated on 3.5 picturesque acres in the heart of the of Petawawa where history is alive and ready for your visit. Stroll the pathways of the past and experience life in Petawawa as it once was from 1850 to 1910.

(613) 687-5054
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Location: 2908 Cooper Rd, Madoc

Many types of garlic are available to plant as well as just to eat. A heritage variety of asparagus is grown for its special qualities in supreme flavour and mixed spear sizes. Beef is also available. All products are grown using sustainable methods.

(613) 473-2889
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Location: 11 Brydges Rd, Springtown

It takes ingenuity, passion and dedication to be a living, working, Canadian artist. Karen qualifies. A watercolourist at heart, her facility extends to other medium. Working in series, she explores different realms of thought and experience.

(613) 432-8081
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Location: 9 International Drive, Pembroke

This fall, enjoy a Rural Ramble set against the beautiful backdrop of Autumn in the Ottawa Valley! Every year thousands of visitors flock to the region to bask in the glow of the brilliant fall colours and experience the Ottawa Valley first hand.

(613) 732-4364
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Location: 1700 Ferguson Falls Rd, Lanark

We are a 200 seat pancake restaurant & working sugar bush on 77 beautiful acres. We operate as a restaurant during March and April only & host weddings and events the rest of the year. Join us for an authentic taste of Canada!

(613) 253-7000
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Location: 1095 Redkenn Road, Haliburton

The Forest Festival is an annual, eight concert series featuring professional Canadian performers. The Festival occurs in mid-August and is produced by Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve. It uses 2 venues - one of which features a floating stage.

(705) 754-2198
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Location: Ottawa Valley, Renfrew County

Step Back in Time -- Living Canadian History, 1740-1885. Interactive Pioneer Encampment, and Heritage programming. We are mobile! So look for us at an Event near you.

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Location: 32945 Hwy. 62, Maynooth

Pottery manufacturer and retail gallery of locally made art and craft.

(613) 338-2626
Location: 12980 Hwy 62, Madoc

A creative learning and conscious living centre. We host creative classes such as making your own instruments, working with beads and clay, drumming & rhythm circle workshops, Women retreats and more. We also sell african drums and conscious living items.

(613) 243-5460
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Location: 2358 Hwy #620 , Coe Hill

TinHouse Woodworking will celebrate its Grand Opening on May 18, 2013. Featuring locally harvested and reclaimed custom furniture and original hand crafted items made by local area artisans and craftsman all on display in their unique Gallery

(613) 334-9466
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Location: 13 Bridgewater Street, Tweed

A group of enthusiastic, community-minded artisans and others, of Tweed and Area, met and saw there was a need TO ENRICH THE CULTURAL LIFE OF THE COMMUNITY. Thus the Tweed & Area Arts Council (T&AAC) was born.

(613) 478-1777
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Location: 4167 Hwy 37 RR2, Tweed

Sept 26-27, 2015 A self guided tour: paintings and drawings, jewellery, pottery, fibre and textile art, glass art, basketry, birdhouses & mixed media. Click here for your sneak peek.

(613) 477-2869
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Location: 617 Louisa St, Tweed

The Festival of Trees in Tweed is holding their 8th annual Festival from Thursday, December 1st, to Sunday, December 4th, at the Agricultural Building on Louisa Street in Tweed. Admission is $4.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors and students. The theme

(613) 478-3225
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Location: 40 Victoria St. N., Tweed

The Tweed Heritage Centre, a one-stop introduction to the Tweed area, features an Information Bureau, Local Arts & Crafts room, Art Gallery, Museum, Reference Room and Archives, and a Genealogical Centre. Discover our extensive, comprehensive collections.

(613) 478-3989
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Location: Spring St., E., Tweed

A 3-day tribute to the King presenting Elvis Tribute Artists competing for prizes and the right to represent Tweed at the International Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist competition in Memphis, Tennessee.

(613) 478-6730
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Location: Loop Rd. & County Rd. 4, Wilberforce

Agricultural Fair -weekend after the August civic holiday. Great family fun with lots to see and do. Our mission is to provide a family oriented, kid friendly, volunteer rich, fun, affordable, hands-on, memorable summer event with a glimpse of times past

(705) 448-3981
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About Us

The Ontario's Highlands Tourism Organization (OHTO) is one of 13 Regional Tourism Organizations created by the Ontario government to increase tourism to the province. The OHTO covers a large region in eastern Ontario which includes the counties of Frontenac, Haliburton, Hastings, Lanark, Lennox and Addington, and Renfrew.

Government of Ontario

Get In Touch

Our office hours are 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.

Address:
Ontario's Highlands Tourism Organization
9 International Drive, Suite 129
Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5

Phone: 613-629-6486

Toll Free: 855-629-6486

Fax: 613-629-6488

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