Buy tickets for our Art & Experience Raffle!

Prizes are listed below. Click each photo to learn more.

Thank you to all the generous sponsors who provided us with prizes. We could not do it without you.

Marilyn Goslin original framed oil on canvas :: $1500

Strong line and colour define the expressive paintings of Marilyn Goslin. Her landscape, still life, street scenes, and figurative work are characterised by the texture and play on light of traditional impressionists. Goslin works predominantly in oil on canvas, but also paints in watercolour. From en-plein-air painting to large-scale studio paintings, her size and subject range are diverse, reflecting a multifaceted passion for beauty in every corner of her many surroundings. Goslin’s work has been exhibited over the past 30 years in multiple private and public galleries throughout Muskoka, Peterborough, Toronto, and Montreal. Now residing in Bracebridge, Ontario, her childhood home, Goslin continues to paint prolifically, many of her latest works capturing the diverse beauties of the Muskoka region and surrounding areas.

Kayak from Canadian Tire Gravenhurst :: $1000

The Pelican Strike 120X Angler delivers performance and comfort in spades for keen anglers. The sit-on-top design features an ergonomic seat system for all-day fishing trips. The twin-sheet hull is lighter yet stronger, crafted from impact-resistant RAM-X material. Storage platforms and bungee cords keep your gear secure, while integrated rod holders and an angler ruler make catching fish that much easier. Adjustable footrests and front and rear carrying handles provide extra convenience. Simply hop in, cast your line and let this kayak carry you to your next big catch.

Wenonah II cruise for 10 with Commodore’s room :: $1000

The Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre has donated a two-hour cruise for ten on the Wenonah II. As part of this prize, the guests may bring their own food (but not alcohol) for a picnic in the private Commodore Room.

Built in the style of a 1907 Muskoka vessel, Wenonah II complements the RMS Segwun. Both ships offer a variety of cruises on all three of the Muskoka lakes. Accommodating up to 216 passengers, Wenonah II combines turn-of-the-century charm with modern conveniences including air-conditioning and an on-board elevator. Passengers can enjoy three dining rooms and three decks offering the ultimate lakeview experience.

Providing unequalled luxury and pampering, the exclusive Commodore’s Dining Room boasts a private and fully licensed outside patio and doting service staff – sure to impress any gathering of up to 10 guests. For social and corporate entertaining, the private Cherokee Dining Room provides an ideal opportunity to “wine and dine” up to 24 guests. For larger groups, the Sagamo Dining Room accommodates up to 100 guests.

Wendie Donabie Chinese Ink framed on paper :: $600

WATCHMAN, Chinese Ink on Watercolour Paper, 19 x 23 inches (Framed size), Framed under glass

A little about the painting:
While on a walk in Algonquin Park, this tree grabbed my attention.
It brought to mind a watchman, standing guard over the trail, ready to descend the hill and defend the forest if it sensed danger…

Robert Bateman Gyrfalcon signed print – donated by Gord Miller :: $500

Robert Bateman – Gyrfalcon Artist Proof Print Limited Edition Signed & Numbered art Collectible donated by FOTMW board member Gord Miller.

Canadian naturalist and painter Robert Bateman was born in Toronto, Ontario in May of 1930. Today, at 95, Robert continues a schedule of painting daily and advocating for nature awareness and conservation.

He has earned too many awards to list, published several books and countless galleries feature his nature-based work. To learn more about this famous artist visit

Lynda Lynn Memories 12 x 12 Acrylic on birch panel :: $350

Canadian Muskoka artist, Lynda Lynn, has spent a lifetime creating fine art paintings of nature, and still, the landscape speaks to her soul.

Golf for 4 at Muskoka Highlands :: $300

Fast greens, faster rounds and a lifetime of experiences. One of Muskoka’s most playable and affordable courses where dogs are allowed. The warm and friendly atmosphere of the clubhouse keeps you for that post-round beverage and the re-hash of the round with more colour added! The Driving Range, with its always new golf balls, its new targets and challenges offers you a chance to practice while entertaining yourself and others. Muskoka Highlands 4 golf passes can be used for a group or individually.

Quilt’s by Jen – 18″ x 27″ lone tree on rock

Jennifer Houlden says quilting keeps me sane, my hands busy and my husband penniless (well not quite but it sounds good).

I started quilting in 2002 as a remedy to Yellowknife’s long, cold and dark winters in the Canadian Arctic and found I couldn’t stop. Not even when it got warm. Really warm. In the heat of the Australian Outback my love of quilting, textiles and colour grew. Not -45℃ nor +45℃ can stop the action – although it is a bit warm sitting with a quilt on one’s lap at +45.

I now live with my husband and dog in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario, Canada where the temperatures aren’t quite as extreme. I am a textile artist by passion and was a nurse by profession. Working in my cottage studio surrounded by the beautiful landscape of the Canadian Shield, I create one-of-a-kind art quilts, modern & traditional quilts, memory quilts as well as design patterns and custom quilts.

Garden statue – Chamberlain’s Timber Mart :: $40

Bring a bit of fun to your garden with this Buddha garden art.

Friends of the Muskoka Watershed Lottery License # M774411 :: 3,000 tickets printed.

Scroll to Top

Citizen Science Form

You have to fill out one form per tree.