Muskoka’s steamship heritage is older than Canada. The first ship steamed Lake Muskoka in 1866. In 2017, we marked the amazing RMS Segwun’s, 130 year history. She is North America’s oldest operating mail steamship.
Wenonah II, a modern interpretation of a traditional steamship, is named in honour of Wenonah, the first steamship to sail Lake Muskoka.
Wenonah II combines turn-of-the-century charm with modern conveniences including air-conditioning and an on-board elevator. Passengers can enjoy three dining rooms and three decks offering the ultimate lakeview experience.
The Traveling Milburys
George Harrison, Tom Petty, Roy Orbison, Jeff Lynne and Bob Dylan, aka The Traveling Wilburys. There’s never been a group, let alone super-group in rock history quite like it. They created two mega albums and launched a slew of hits in the late 80s and early 90s, capped with a Grammy win in 1989. But one thing they didn’t do, much to the chagrin of their world-wide fan base, is tour. That is…until now…
The Traveling Milburys capture the sheer talent, excitement and magic of The Traveling Wilburys for all to see and experience. Live. On stage. And in your town. From the opening chords to the final encores of this energy-packed and hit-filled evening, this is without a doubt the world’s greatest tribute to The Traveling Wilburys.
“Close your eyes and it’s like you’re listening to a Wilburys album. But then you open your eyes, and it’s like they’re really there – playing right in front of you…”
John Terrid, Toronto Star
“A roaring, eerily authentic tribute to The Traveling Wilburys, right down to the Rickenbacker, Gretsch and Gibson guitars.”
Chris Day, Ottawa Citizen
“I’ve got goosebumps on my goosebumps…”
Henry Hainsworth, Hamilton Spectator
Justin Saladino Band
Homegrown Montrealer, Justin Saladino leads a guitar-driven blues/rock group. The Justin Saladino Band has two all-original releases under their belt: “No Worries” (2016) and “A Fool’s Heart” (2018). The compositions are inspired by a colourful palette of genres and artists, moving effortlessly from smooth R&B textures to wailing blues riffs. On stage, JSB has wowed audiences at the ‘Montreal International Jazz Festival,’ ‘Tremblant International Blues Festival,’ ‘Rogers Cup,’ ‘Trois-Rivières en Blues’ and the ‘Toronto Blues Summit.’ In 2018, the 21st annual “Maple Blues Awards” nominated the group for “New Artist of the Year.” Representing Québec, the group competed in the 2019 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. The Justin Saladino Band’s performances are dynamic, offering an energetic and captivating display of versatility and originality.