Monday, August 22, 2016

Arowhon = Family

The Mostowyk Family - Dad's 90th Birthday

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Calling All Guests!!!!

We love ALL our guests, but there’s a special place in our hearts for those of you who have been coming for decades. You notice every little change that we make.  There are Arowhon stories from the past.  Your kids grow and no longer order the chicken fingers and fries!  Soon, we meet the boyfriends and girlfriends, (some of whom only make it here once), then the spouses, and then the most important next generation of Arowhon guests!   

We thought it would be fun to call on all our guests to send us your memories from the past - a copy of an invoice or receipt, an old photo from your vacation here, a matchbook or pen, an old brochure – anything from your stay at Arowhon from years gone by. Of course like most things - the older, the better!

We would happily post your photos and treasure your information and keep it for our records forever!

Love Theresa, David, Adam, Edward – long time staff at Arowhon

The Skoczylas family, summer 2012, who have been coming to Arowhon since the 1980s!

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Share Your Photo With Us!

Mary Kelly sent us a lovely photo of Helen from the past……

Does anyone else have a photo from the past from their time at Arowhon that they would like to share? 

We would love to hear from you!

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Impromptu Serenade

Impromptu serenade by four wonderful saxophonists from the Netherlands outside the Arowhon Pines dining room.  A real treat for our guests!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Enter Algonquin Outfitters' Paddle Art Contest

Algonquin Outfitters is hoping to have 100 paddles created for Tom Thomson’s 100th anniversary (did you know that Tom’s paddle was never found?).

To enter the contest all you have to do is visit an Algonquin Outfitters store (paddles will eventually be available at all of our stores but right now they are already available in Huntsville and Oxtongue lake.) There’s a $25 entry fee which includes either an unfinished paddle blank or a rough paddle blank (for carving).

It’s your job to create something unique. It’s not limited to painting, you could burn an image or design into the paddle, or carve it into something unique it’s totally up to you!

Sunday, July 3, 2016

"Writer’s Retreat to the Rescue"

Read a writer’s review of Arowhon Pines: 
Susan A. Jennings Blog Post: Introverted Writer