Muskoka Arts & Crafts is committed to hosting the 2021 in a safe manner and will be adhering to all directives from the federal, provincial, municipal and town governments as well as the public health unit. Information on show format and application forms will be available soon.
Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ annual Summer Show is the area’s oldest and largest outdoor art show. Set in the beautiful Annie Williams Memorial Park, the Summer Show features hundreds of creative artists from across Canada
The Summer Show is a major fundraiser for Muskoka Arts & Crafts, a not-for-profit, community-based arts organization. Proceeds support the organization’s annual programs and events. Muskoka Arts & Crafts does not receive operational funding from local, provincial or federal governments.
Dates & Hours
Friday, July 16, 2021
10 am–6 pm
Saturday, July 17, 2021
10 am–6 pm
Sunday, July 18, 2021
10 am–4 pm
Admission to the Summer Show is by cash donation. Muskoka Arts & Crafts is a registered not-for-profit visual arts organization that raises all its own operating funds. Your donation goes to support the organization.
Parking is available inside Annie Williams Memorial Park.
Accessible parking spots are located at Gate 1. If all spots are filled and you need accessible parking, please let staff at the Information Booth, Gate 1 know and we will find you a suitable parking space.
Additional parking is also available:
- On selected side streets (Dill Street, Spadina Avenue and Brofoco Drive)
- At the Wellington Street Pentecostal Church located at 38 Wellington Street on Friday and Saturday
- At Georgian College, at 111 Wellington Street and Dewy Institute at 125 Wellington Street for the duration of the show
Dine en plein air at the Food Court. If you have special dietary needs, please pack your lunch.
An ATM is located beside the Information Booth at Gate 1.
The Information Booth, located at Gate 1, is the place to bring your questions. It is also home to the show’s lost and found, basic first aid services, and help in emergencies.
The food court at the Summer Show features food vendors from across Muskoka and beyond. In an effort to provide visitors with a variety of options, Muskoka Arts & Crafts asks that those interested in becoming a food vendor complete our Food Vendor Application Form.
Plan Your Visit
Dress for the weather
Dogs at the Summer Show
You may bring your dog to the show (please don’t leave your pup in a hot vehicle). However, all dogs must be kept on a short leash. The “poop and scoop” rule applies to dogs at the park and Muskoka Arts & Crafts reserves the right to ask any patron to remove his/her dog if it causes a disturbance at the show.
Safe and respectful environment
Muskoka Arts & Crafts is committed to ensuring a safe and respectful environment for everyone. The Summer Show is a place where human rights are respected and where lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two spirit and queer people and their friends and allies are welcomed and supported. Aggressive or intimidating behavior, harassment or inappropriate language will not be tolerated and anyone engaging in this type of behaviour may be refused service and/or asked to leave. If you witness any aggressive or intimidating behaviour, immediately report all incidents to the Executive Director at the Information Booth at Gate 1.