Have you ever considered the Aquatarium to host your upcoming event? It is a unique venue to consider for board meetings, weddings, fundraisers and Christmas parties! Visit our Plan page for details: Events.
To help you with your event planning, here is a short series of blogs on events from picking the right venue to food to time-management.
Picking the Perfect Event Venue
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Explore the abundant aquatic life of the 1000 islands!
The 1000 islands, joined by Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, is a world class fishery. Smallmouth bass, northern pike, and walleye attract anglers from all over the world, to name just a few of the trophy fish found in the region’s streams, rivers and lakes. 1000 Islands is a thriving ecosystem that sets the scene for many outdoor adventures and offers some of the best freshwater fishing in the world! Read more »
Learn the age-old legend of how the 1000 Islands were formed.
Long before European explorers made their way up the St. Lawrence River and into the heart of Canada, the 1000 Islands region was called by a different name. This lush region was both home and hallowed hunting ground of the six nations, a confederacy of Iroquois tribes. Between 700 B.C. and 1600 A.D., Iroquois tribes lived on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and travelled to the islands by canoe. The river offered plentiful fish, much of which they smoked and stored for winter. Read more »