Posted by Bill Empey, Honouring Indigenous People, District Coordinator, Rotary District 7070

Misko-Aki; Confluence of Cultures introduces a new and unique exhibition of Indigenous history and culture in Muskoka. Located at the Muskoka Steamship and Discovery Center in Gravenhurst, the exhibition (and a virtual version) will open in 2023.   Visitors will experience the 10,000 year history of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabe, Metis and Mohawk people as the exhibition takes them on a canoe trip through the culture, history and geography of the region. This unique project highlights the authentic and previously unrecorded history of these four cultures in a fascinating presentation. The confluence of these four cultures in Muskoka ties together indigenous history in many southern Ontario communities. Rotary Clubs can now donate to the exhibition. Please Read more to see how you can help .....


Honouring Indigenous People (HIP) enthusiastically endorses the Misko-Aki project and will work with Rotary Clubs to engage in this exciting new approach.  HIP and Misko Aki have prepared a short presentation that is suitable for club meetings.  Let us know if you are interested in participating in and supporting this powerful new exhibit. 

For more information contact;

Bill Empey, District 7070 Coordinator for HIP

(416) 482-4880