Activities & Events
Island Springs Golf Course is a 9-hole championship course, soon to be expanded to 18-holes. Located on St. Joseph Island, approximately 45 kilometres east of Sault Ste Marie, Island Springs Golf Course incorporates the site's topographic and natural features, with mature trees framing the fairways and incredible scenic vistas of the Island. Bentgrass fairways are generous and playable, while the large greens are strategically bunkered and gently contoured.
The St. Joseph Island Museum Village has fascinating exhibits to represent the Island's 200+ year history, and the various facets of Island life during that time.
Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site of Canada
Still remote and relatively undisturbed, Fort St. Joseph symbolizes the commercial and military alliance that existed between the British and the First Nations peoples of the western Great Lakes region in the aftermath of the American Revolutionary War through the War of 1812. In addition to the Fort itself, the site contains a remarkable assemblage of archaeological features which in their undeveloped state reveal part of the complex pattern of military, domestic and commercial life - Aboriginal and European - in this frontier outpost
Moose Sweats - A stunning collection of one-of-a-kind Native arts and crafts, jewellery, pottery and glass. Featuring Fair Trade items from around the world, Canadian-made clothing, cottage furnishings, toys, unusual gifts. Something for everyone special in your life, including yourself.
Green Oak Gallery and Gift Shop - A wonderful shop in Richard's Landing for gifts and home goods.
HILTON BEACH OPEN AIR MARKET
Every Saturday from late June to early September. 10 am to 2 pm. Fresh produce, baking, crafts, preserves, maple syrup.
GO NORTH MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019
The Go North Music Festival is a one-day music festival held on St. Joseph Island. The festival will be on July 13th in 2019.
$10 – $60
OLD TYME TEA DAY
Celebration at the St. Joseph Island Museum on the 2nd Sunday in July, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Admission by donation. Charge for pie/drink. Entertainment by Fred Kent.
ARTS AT THE DOCK
Third Sunday in July. Hilton Beach. 11 am to 5 pm. Best multi media arts show in area. Forty juried artists and artisans.
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY GARDEN & TEA TOUR
3rd Thursday in July at Adcock Gardens. 2 - 4 p.m.
RICHARDS LANDING COMMUNITY NIGHT
Last Friday in July. Organized and sponsored by Matthews Memorial Hospital Auxiliary with proceeds to Matthews Hospital.
HILTON BEACH CAR SHOW
4th Saturday in July. Many classes of vehicles. Large number of "originals". Noon to 4 p.m.
TEDDY BEAR PICNIC
Children bring your teddy bear, blanket and picnic to the St. Joseph Island Museum! Last Sunday in July, 12 - 4 p.m. Games, story time, prizes, etc.
HILTON BEACH COMMUNITY NIGHT
Saturday of Civic Holiday weekend. Cold plate supper, parade, games of chance, food booths. Proceeds to Hilton Beach Recreation Programs.
ARTS & ARTIFACTS
Up to 25 artisans and crafts. The 2nd Sunday in August from 1 - 4 p.m. at the St. Joseph Island Museum.
Fort St. Joseph
CANADA DAY JULY 1
We will have free admission for everyone and cake to celebrate!
CANADA HISTORIC PLACES DAY - JULY 6
This event will feature reenactments and activities from 11am to 3pm. Free admission for youth 17 and younger.
Daily activities at the Fort feature ongoing heritage demonstrations, and youth age 17 and under are always free.
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY FLOWER & VEGETABLE SHOW
United Church Hall, Richards Ldg., - 4th Saturday in Aug.
The Saturday of Labour Day Weekend. 12 - 5 p.m.
P Line and Hwy 548
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY PUMPKIN CONTEST
R.L. Public School. 4th Saturday in October.
Registration 10 a.m. - noon.
AWE (AMAZING WOMEN'S EXPERIENCE)
Weekend following Labour Day. Women 16 years & up. Sporting and recreational courses.