Celebrate Lake Simcoe is a community festival that is dedicated to environmental educations and awareness of Lake Simcoe. The theme for 2014 is "Looking to the past and connect to the future" with displays and activities about the history of the Lake and our community.
Celebrate Lake Simcoe is an annual event and a member of the SPLASH family of events in the Lake Simcoe watershed. It works to help people understand and want to aid the lake. We do this through experiential learning, entertainment and an historical perspective. This year we celebrate the roaring 20s with a madcap day of fun for the whole family.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
10 am to 5 pm
Innisfil Beach Park
Admission is Free.
Organizations participating this year include: Ladies of the Lake Conservation Association, Holland Marsh Drainage System Joint Municipal Services Board, Holland Marsh Growers Association, South Simcoe Streams Network, Dufferin-Simcoe Land Stewardship Network, Ducks Unlimited, Kids for Turtles, Butterfly Kisses, Town of Innisfil Water/Waste Water/Engineering and Infrastructure Departments and Election Team, Source Water, Innisfil Hydro, Rescue Lake Simcoe, Innisfil District Association, Ontario Federation of Anglers an Hunters, Lake Simcoe Living, Innisfil Rotary Club, Simcoe County Waste Management, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority RBC Blue Water Program, Foodland Ontario, South Simcoe Theatre, Innisfil Arts, Culture and Heritage Council, Innisfil Celtic Festival, Innisfil Public Libraries Lefroy Harbour Resorts Inc. and the KOA Campground.
New This Year!
Swimmer’s Challenge on Lake Simcoe!
Celebrate Lake Simcoe announces the first Lake Swim on Lake Simcoe. As part of its annual festival on July 26, 2014, Celebrate is hosting an open water swim for charity, sanctioned by Triathlon Ontario.
Swimmers of all ages are invited to participate. There are two levels of the swim 5km and 1km. Swimmers are asked to register online at www.splashfestival.ca/celebrate-lake-simcoe/ where additional information about the swim is available including registration form, pledge form and waiver.
All donations will go to help Ladies of the Lake Conservation Association create a new website containing the best Lake Simcoe experiences so that thousands of people will learn to love the lake.
Everyone is invited! Bring your family and friends and cheer on your swimmers!
This event is organized by a not-for-profit group of volunteers.