Today, take part in festivities to celebrate the addition of the "East Side" of Algonquin Park. A new Achray Historic Site Exhibit has been created to celebrate the occasion, and will be unveiled at the Achray Campground to mark the 100th Anniversary.
- 11:00am - Ribbon Cutting for the Achray Historic Site Exhibit. Discover the rich cultural history of the Achray area through new exhibit panels brought to you by The Friends of Algonquin Park, in cooperation with Ontario Parks and sponsored by Algonquin College, CN, and the Algonquin Forestry Authority. Discover more about the railway, camping, forestry, Tom Thomson and more. Meet at the Stonehouse in the Achray Campground.
- Guided Walk of the Achray Historic Site Exhibit - Join Algonquin Park Archivist Ron Tozer for a walk around the Achray area after the exhibit panel unveiling. This short walk will share the some of the 'forgotten' history of the Achray Campground area with visitors. Meet at the Stonehouse.
- 100th Anniversary Cake! - All are welcome to enjoy a free piece of cake and ice cream at the Stonehouse in celebration of the Achray's centennial. Meet at the Stonehouse.
- 7:30pm - The History of Algonquin Park's East Side with Rory MacKay - Join Algonquin Park historian Rory MacKay to discover the history of the East Side and the past 100 years of its inclusion in Algonquin Park. This special presentation will include plenty of historic images of the area. Meet at the Achray Theatre near the Stonehouse.