Rotary Centennial Gardens - Self Tour

Safely visit the Rotary Centennial Gardens to celebrate Canada Day. From June 27- July 11, you will see the sights, hear the sounds, and feel the spirit of this great country all around you. The Gardens located at the corner of Pine Street and Taylor Road in Bracebridge will be celebrating by showing its Canadian colours and invites you to show your colours too! All you need is something red and white and a little imagination. Dress in your most creative Canada Day themed costume and take a selfie of you or your whole family posing in front of one of the many features in the gardens, post it to Facebook and tag our page, The Rotary Club of Bracebridge for your chance to win. Three $50 restaurant gift certificates will be awarded based on creativity and Canadian Spirit.

Dressing up, not your thing? Why not add to the safe celebrations by donating a Canada Day themed painted rock? Your painted rock can be left in the marked bin on the patio beside the garden sheds on or before June 25 and a Rotarian will find a special place in the garden to display your creation. Rocks will be displayed in the Gardens until mid July. Come and visit the Gardens from June 27-July 11 or for the added events on Canada Day and see if you can find your rock in its special location.

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