Tourist Attraction / Entertainment

Phone:
(807) 464-1871
Contact:
Brad Oiens b.oien@bradsguidingservices.com
Phone:
(807) 548-1332
Fax:
(807) 548-5831
Contact:
Cherise Milne
Business Description:
Owned by the Wauzhushk Onigum First Nation, Golden Eagle Charitable Bingo & Entertainment Centre is the first of its kind in Canada.

From a former arena, Golden Eagle features a soothing colour scheme, carpeting throughout and and in-house concession featuring deli sandwiches, hot and cold foods and snacks.

Our Golden Eagle Bingo Hall seats 435 persons and we also have a gift shop that carries bingo supplies such as daubers, glue and tape as well as a selection of knick-knacks and garments.
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Phone:
(807) 468-9124
Fax:
(807) 468-8129
Contact:
Allan Luby
Business Description:
Our daily cruise starts from Kenora’s scenic waterfront which takes you past Coney Island’s beautiful public beach, then heads south on a spectacular circle route of the northern section of famed Lake of the Woods (14,500 islands, 65,000 miles of shoreline). We’ll take you through picturesque channels and bays to luxurious private summer homes, and peaceful, unspoiled, wilderness areas. Watch for resident bald eagles and other wildlife that regularly come into view. The ship is both heated and air conditioned to ensure comfort in any weather. You’ll return through mystical “Devil’s Gap” to complete this 2 or 2 1/2 hour on the water experience. And water is what Sunset Country is all about.

Small wonder then, the M.S. Kenora Cruise is the leading attraction for visitors to the Lake of the Woods region.
Phone:
(807) 467-2105
Contact:
Lori Nelson, Director
Business Description:
VISION STATEMENT
The Muse contributes to a strong community by inspiring a passion for our history, arts and culture.

MISSION STATEMENT
To achieve the Vision by:

Being a cultural hub of relevance
Valuing and fostering respectful partnerships and relationships
Preserving, promoting and sharing our heritage
Inspiring life-long learning
Maintaining employee and financial stability.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND COMMITMENT STATEMENT
We acknowledge that the land on which The Muse is set is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, territory covered by Treaty #3, signed in 1873, and the Treaty Adhesion signed by the Métis in 1875.

The Muse commits to embrace and live the values known as The Seven Grandfathers – respect, love, truth, bravery, wisdom, generosity and humility – values we all esteem. It is our commitment that we will, to the best of our ability, live out these values in our work and purposes so that we can build and strengthen relationships with Indigenous communities and individuals; represent their history and culture accurately and respectively; involve their members in our work from a position of humility and an attitude of learning so that what we do and present here at the Museum and at the Art Centre will be honest and honouring.

Come and visit the museum to learn more about the intriguing history of Lake of the Woods.
Phone:
(807) 468-3379
Contact:
Gord Day-Janz