Upcoming happenings at South of 60
World Wide Knit in Public Day
Saturday June 10th 11am – 4pm

Join the Fibre Friendz (the knitting etc group that meet every other Friday at The Railway Station) for a day of knitting in public. Join us for the day or stop by for a visit and knit a square or two for our blanket to welcome new Canadians to the community. Patterns for all skill levels, yarn and needles will be provided.

Live History Theatre
Saturday July 1st, 6pm - New Show!

It’s almost closing time at The Railway Station when you run into a strange figure, dressed in period clothes and seeming confused. The mysterious character, identifying only as Circa, is horrified to discover they are in the modern era, and many of things they remember and love are now behind glass. They have no recollection of who they are, or how they got there. Only items from the past seem to trigger memories and stories about their identity. Stay with Circa for anecdotes from the main exhibit’s time period, and travel through other exhibits, searching for clues. Make sure to avoid the security guard at closing time in order to help Circa find their identity; the ultimate treasure. 


Theatrical Heritage Walks
Merchants’ Tour of Barry’s Bay

Friday July 14th   2:00 p.m.

Your host is resident and author Theresa Prince whose research into local history and genealogy forms the basis for many of the Heritage Walk plaques in the village. Join Theresa on a 1-hour “shopping excursion” in the Barry’s Bay of over 100 years ago as her stories bring to life the people and buildings of yesteryear. Remember your walking shoes, hat, sunscreen and umbrella – and be prepared for some surprises!

$10 per person. Children under 12 free. Pre-register at The Railway Station 613-756-5885


Railroaders’ Tour of Barry’s Bay

Friday August 11th   2:00 p.m.

The excitement of steam transport arrived at the frontier outpost of Barry’s Bay in 1894. For nearly 90 years, the Railway connected the Madawaska Valley to the world beyond. Let local rail enthusiast “conductors” take you on a 1-hour walking tour of our railway heritage sites. Relive the romance of rail as their tales unfold. Bring your railroading essentials: walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, umbrella – and a taste for adventure!

$10 per person. Children under 12 free. Pre-register at The Railway Station 613-756-5885

Taste Of The Valley

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There Is Art In Your Wood Pile Festival

 Saturday September 16th 

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Poetry Please
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Culture + Community: A Gathering of Cultural Workers

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