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What are YOU going to do this weekend?           September 6, 2012
Into the Wild

Just because summer is ending doesn’t mean there isn’t still plenty to do outdoors. We’ve found some great ways to enjoy autumn in Ontario.








Grab a paddle and hit the water! Whether you want to kayak solo or pair up and canoe, this is the place to go for trips up and down the Grand River. Get out and enjoy the view as the fall weather comes rolling in.

Get out on the water and fulfil your dream of catching the big one. Head out on Lake Ontario for salmon and trout fishing. For an experience you’ll never forget, grab your bait and get ready to reel ‘em in.





Who needs Everest?! Experience the views & excitement of Rock or Ice Climbing on the finest granitic rocks in North America. No experience is required to climb.

See Ontario from the trees! 15 crazy zip lines plus aerial course challenges for adults and kids. Test yourself in their obstacle course on steroids, including log bridges, monkey wires, barrels, and more.





With the sweltering heat gone and the snow still months away, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy Ontario’s wilderness.  Whether you’re just looking to spend a few hours or get away for several days, Summer Fun Guide has all the outdoor adventures you’ll need to make the most of this fall season.


Featured Events
Toronto International Film Festival
From September 6th to 16th, Toronto will be buzzing with movie stars and movie aficionados. Come check out the famed Toronto International Film Festival, see some amazing movies and maybe even spot a few stars too.

GTA

Shores of Erie International Wine Festival
Time for a trip to the vineyard! Get your tickets because from September 6th to 9th, you can expect amazing food, live entertainment and, of course, exceptional wine. Sample and savour outstanding wines at an incredible weekend on the shores of Lake Erie.

Southwestern Ontario
Ottawa Folk Festival
This year, the Ottawa Folk Festival has an amazing line-up of performers. This five-day celebration of music, dance and visual arts will feature live performances, as well as music workshops, beer gardens, craft vendors and more. Check it out this weekend: September 6th to 10th.

Ottawa Region
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Stones and Bones
Here at Ontario’s own natural history museum, see fossils, shells, animals, gemstones and more! View some of the largest shark jaws in the world and be amazed in the Dinosaur & Polar Bear Galleries.
(Southwestern Ontario)
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The SFG Print Directory will soon be accepting updated and new listings for 2013. Sponsored by ONroute, the circulation will once again be 250,0000. To ensure you receive the 2013 listing/advertising package in the mail, send us your company name & contact info.


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Contest:
Good things grow (and are made) in Ontario. Tell us about your favourite market, farm or orchard for a chance to win! Contest closes Sept. 30, 2012.

Featured Program:

Air Display Hot Air Balloon Team (GTA)
Until October get the chance to head up high and see the landscape as it changes colour this fall. Take a ride in a hot air balloon at sunrise or in the evening to see Ontario like you never have before.
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Coming Next Week
Artisanal Foods and Apple Picking

Have a question?
Looking for suggestions?

The best suggestions come from others who have been there and done that!
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Out on the water and loving it.“Like” us on Facebook, and submit your photo of your wilderness adventures this fall.

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