Nov
26
Thu
Banff Mountain Film Festival – Virtual Edition @ Virtual Event
Nov 26 2020 – Oct 1 2021 all day

2021 Banff Mountain Film Festival, Huntsville

Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is coming to Huntsville, Ontario virtually starting Thursday, November 26th, 2020!

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world. Held every fall in Banff, Alberta, the 2020 Festival went virtual for the first time in its 45-year history. Following in the Festival’s footsteps, the 2020-21 World Tour is hitting the virtual road and heading to a living room near you!

From the over 400 entries submitted into the Festival each year, award-winning films and audience favourites are carefully selected to travel the globe. This year’s tour will feature a collection of the most inspiring action, environmental, and adventure films, curated into online programs to be enjoyed from the comforts of home. Typically, the World Tour has stops planned in about 550 communities and more than 40 countries across the globe. Travelling to stunning landscapes and remote vistas, the 2020/2021 World Tour is an exhilarating and provocative exploration of the mountain world.

After hosting the World Tour in Huntsville for over 26 years, Algonquin Outfitters is not able to show the film festival at the Algonquin Theatre this January due to pandemic-related restrictions. While we are very disappointed about not being able to present the films in person, we are very excited to be a virtual host. Join Algonquin Outfitters when the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour brings the spirit of outdoor adventure to Huntsville virtually on Thursday, November 26th.

Starting November 26th two programs of films will be available. Stay tuned for updates, as the Banff Centre will release more programs as the season progresses. A single program ($15USD) will have a 3-day rental period, and a bundle of two programs ($28USD) will have a rental period of 14 days. You can view the films as many times as you like during the rental period, which begins as soon as you hit “play.”

By using the referral link below, a portion of the proceeds will go to support local organizations like the Algonquin Theatre, the Huntsville Mountain Bike Association and the West Wind Highlands Ski Touring Association.

Available starting Thursday, November 26th. (program guide PDF)

The single program ($15USD) will have a 3-day rental period, and our bundle of two programs ($28USD) will have a rental period of 14 days.  You can view the films as many times as you like during the rental period which begins immediately upon viewing (ie – as soon as you hit play).

2020 BMFF Program PDF

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2020/21 Banff Mountain Film Festival Trailer


November Programs

The single program ($15USD) will have a 3-day rental period, and our bundle of two programs ($28USD) will have a rental period of 14 days.  You can view the films as many times as you like during the rental period which begins immediately upon viewing (ie – as soon as you hit play).

See the FAQ section at the bottom of this page if you have questions.

BMFF Amber Program

Available for rental in Canada, USA and other select countries starting Nov 26th, 2020.
Once you click ‘start watching, you have 3 days to finish the program.
Film Program Length: 2hrs | Film Descriptions | Price: $15 USD

The Legend of Tommy G

2020, Canada, 6 minutes
Filmmaker: Darcy Wittenburg, Scott Jewett, Anthill Films
Where in the world is Tommy G? The Belgian freerider has been a bit aloof lately
and wild rumours have been spreading throughout the mountain bike world.
Rumours about breaking the sound barrier, riding on water, and detonating berms
with the sickest of styles.

The Elder (The Winter)

2020, USA, 11 minutes
Filmmaker: Tim Kemple, Aimee Tetreault, Camp4 Collective
The Ainu are an ancient people of Japan, who largely inhabit Hokkaido, the
northernmost of Japan’s four main islands. For centuries, Ainu elders have passed
down important history, songs, and dances through oral lore. In a remote Kotan
called Lake Akan, these traditions live on today.

Climbing Blind (Tour Edit)

2019, UK, 46 minutes
Filmmaker: Alastair Lee, Posing Productions
Jesse Dufton was born with 20% central vision. As his sight degenerates, his
climbing continues to make remarkable progress. Despite his devastating condition
Jesse takes on bigger challenges by attempting to be the first blind person to
lead climb the iconic Old Man of Hoy in Scotland.

Imagine

2020, India, 11 minutes
Filmmaker: Prashant Bhatt, 4Play Media And Communication LLP
For years Kieren D’Souza has been planning a new speed record on the 53-kilometre
route up Mt. Friendship, a peak towering above Manali, the town in Himachal
Pradesh where he lives. Hoping to set a snowball in motion, Kieren sets off with
the goal of inspiring Indians to experience mountains in a different way.

Tempo. Movements in Mountains

2020, USA, 4 minutes
Filmmaker: Thomas Woodson
A conceptual exploration of the connection Kyle Richardson finds between
his athletic pursuits in Boulder’s Flatirons, and his background as a musician.
Experienced through three short movements, Kyle performs a live score in a
visceral interpretation of his expression in the hills.

Natural Mystic

2019, France, 3 minutes
Filmmaker: Maxime Moulin, Sam Favret, Invade Media
Come aboard for three minutes of thundering skiing with Sam Favret through the
Aiguilles Rouges of Chamonix: no gimmicks, no tricks, and no music.

Slack Sisters

2020, USA, 4 minutes
Filmmaker: Kelly Greenheart, Jefe Greenheart, Circus Picnic
Four female highliners share thoughts about the art and sport of highlining and the
wisdom each have gained from their time on the line.

Return to El Guayas

2020, USA, 32 minutes
Filmmaker: Ben Stookesberry
Ben Stookesberry, Rafa Ortiz, and Lane Jacobs attempt the first descent of one
of Colombia’s wildest rivers: El Rio Guayas. In the middle of night two, rain pours
down, leaving the team stranded in the most remote part of the canyon. With
rumors of armed groups in mind, they paddle blindly into the unknown.

The Secret of Bottom Turn Island

2019, USA, 3 minutes
Filmmaker: Ian Durkin, Alex Yoder
Snowboarder Alex Yoder searches to the ends of the earth for the lost art of
“snow-surfing” only to find the answers he seeks on Bottom Turn Island.

BMFF Onyx Program

Available for rental in Canada, USA and other select countries starting Nov 26th, 2020.
Once you click ‘start watching’ you have 3 days to finish the program.
Film Program Length: 2hrs | Film Descriptions | Price: $15 USD

Charge 2

2020, Canada, 4 minutes
Filmmaker: Anthony Bonello, Mike Douglas, Mike Gamble, Switchback Entertainment
Five top freeskiers and one World Champion drone pilot go cat skiing in BC for
a week. Their instructions: charge as hard as you can everyday.

Where I Belong

2019, USA, 9 minutes
Filmmaker: Chris Cresci, Greg Balkin, Wondercamp
Chris Hill, an environmental lobbyist and angler, never saw people like herself on
the river until recently. Through social media platforms like Instagram, traditionally
underrepresented voices are creating communities to encourage one another
and amplify their message – we belong here too.

Running the Roof (Tour Edit)

2019, UK, 45 minutes | Advisory: Coarse language, nudity
Filmmaker: Alexis Tymon, Ben Crocker, Jody Bragger, Sourcy Film
This is a story without finish lines or medals. Instead, it’s about what happens
when you trust in nothing but your own two feet to carry you across one of the last
truly wild landscapes on earth.

Free as Can Be

2020, USA, 31 minutes | Advisory: Coarse language
Filmmaker: Samuel Crossley, Justin Sweeney
When Jordan Cannon, a young climber infatuated with climbing history, meets
climbing legend Mark Hudon, he commits to helping Mark accomplish his lifelong
goal of free-climbing El Capitan.

Far Far Est

2020, Canada, 8 minutes
Filmmaker: Zacharie Turgeon
Most students spend spring break soaking up sun on the beach, but not Charles and
Olivier. The duo show us how much fun you can have skiing and surfing on the North
American east coast, instead of chasing the sun.

Madman Trails of Bhutan

2020, Canada, 4 minutes
Filmmaker: Scott Secco
Join Wyn Masters, Cody Kelley, and Florent Poilane as they explore Bhutan by bike.

Voice Above Water

2020, USA, 12 minutes
Filmmaker: Dana Frankoff, Eric Ebner, Turning Tides Films
This is the story of Wayan, a 90-year-old fisherman who can no longer fish
because of the amount of plastic piling up in the ocean. Instead he uses his fishing
boat and net to pull trash from the water in hopes of being able to fish again.

One Star Reviews: National Parks

2020, USA, 1 minute
Filmmaker: Alex Massey, Dalia Burde, Avocados and Coconuts
They say National Parks are America’s greatest idea. A symbol of excellence and
inspiration. Well for some… there’s still plenty of room for improvement!

Frequently asked questions

Q: Why are the prices in USD?
Q: How long do I have to watch them?
Q: How do I watch on my Smart TV?
Q: What browsers are supported?
Q: How do I turn off subtitles while watching on the computer?
Q: How do I watch via Chromecast?
Q: I'm having trouble signing in to watch?
Q: What about troubleshooting a skipping or legging video?
Q: How do I download videos to my iPhone or iPad?
Q: How do I get a refund?

More help documents here.

May
1
Sat
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe
May 1 all day
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe | Ontario | Canada

The Lake of Two Rivers Store has a great assortment of fresh produce and fruit, fresh and frozen meats, dairy, groceries, drinks and ice. Don’t forget your Algonquin Park souvenirs too! The store also features a full range of camping and fishing supplies from the best brands in the biz. The new Cafe & Grill is serving great gourmet coffee as well as hamburgers, french fries, pulled pork poutine, wraps, fresh salads and more healthy and gluten-free options than ever before!  Get a scoop of your favourite flavour of Kawartha Ice Cream or cool down with a milkshake!

Mountain bikes are available for rental at the store. All of our bikes are mid to high-end products from great brands like Specialized and Salsa, they are available in a variety of frame sizes and include a helmet in the rental rates. We also rent youth bikes and Trail-a-Bikes for the early years riders. How about a trailer for the infant or your extra gear? We rent those too!  The Old Railway Bike Trail is easily accessible from the Lake of Two Rivers Store and is a great way to see the park from a new perspective!

Contact Information

South of Highway 60 at km 31.4
between Mew Lake and Lake of Two Rivers campgrounds
in Algonquin Provincial park
Get Directions

c/o Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
1035 Algonquin Outfitters Road, RR#1
Dwight, ON, P0A 1H0

Phone: 705-635-2243 (Oxtongue Lake)
Phone: 613-637-2075 (Lake Opeongo)
Toll-free: 1-800-469-4948 (Oxtongue lake)

Features

  • General provisions
  • Groceries; fruit, meats, dairy and ice
  • Cafe & Grill; coffee, burgers, pulled pork, salads, and more
  • Ice cream & milkshakes
  • Camping and hiking gear
  • Algonquin Park souvenirs
  • Mountain bike rentals (Adults & Children)
  • and more

Store Hours

Spring

 Opens on May 3rd 2018
Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

May 4th until 2nd Thursday in June

Summer

Monday 7am to 9pm
Tuesday 7am to 9pm
Wednesday 7am to 9pm
Thursday 7am to 9pm
Friday 7am to 9pm
Saturday 7am to 9pm
Sunday 7am to 9pm

Second Friday in June up to and including Labour Day

Fall

Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

Tuesday after Labour Day until Monday of Thanksgiving Weekend


May
8
Sat
Port Carling Opens (DELAYED) @ Algonquin Outfitters - Port Carling
May 8 all day
Port Carling Opens (DELAYED) @ Algonquin Outfitters - Port Carling | Port Carling | Ontario | Canada

The Algonquin Outfitters Port Carling location is a new addition to the Algonquin Outfitters family but carries on the same tradition of quality and service started back in 1961. Nestled between Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph in Steamboat Bay in Port Carling.  Our Port Carling store features the active lifestyle of cottage country in true summer fashion. This location features a great stock of surfwear, outdoor clothing & footwear for all ages, along with the best names in wakeboards, water skis, and water toys for the cottage.

Contact Information

119 Medora Street
Steamboat Bay Units #3 and 12
Port Carling, ON,
GPS location: 45.0412°, -79.3108°
Get Directions

Phone: 705-765-2074

Features

  • Surf clothing, swimwear & footwear
  • Stand up paddleboards (SUP)
  • Wakeboards, waterskis, & towables
  • Packs, bags and purses
  • Sunglasses & sunscreen
  • Souvenirs

Store Hours

Summer

Monday 10am – 6pm
Tuesday 10am – 6pm
Wednesday 10am – 6pm
Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm

Open 2nd weekend in May until Labour Day weekend

Fall

Monday 11am – 5pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11am – 5pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 4pm

Tuesday after Labour Day until Thanksgiving weekend

Spring Swift Canoe Sale (Update TBA) @ Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
May 8 all day

Where can I buy a good new or used canoe?

You can still buy used canoes from Algonquin Outfitters, please call 1-800-469-4948 and leave a message, we will return your call.  This even may have to be rescheduled due to COVID-19.

This question comes up more often than you might think.  Whether it’s the beginning of paddling season or the middle of winter, people always want to know where they can buy a good used canoe, and many of them turn to us as they know our rental fleet consists of some of the best canoes on the market.

Swift Canoe will be featuring a spring sale at our Oxtongue Lake location.  There’s not better time to buy and enjoy a new, or new to you, canoe than the spring.

Every year we sell off a number of retired rental canoes that have seen several seasons of rental use and will always have scratches and patches on the hull. All of our canoes have been reconditioned to a “no leak” condition, some may even have had new paint jobs. All are a good value.

Most used Kevlar models sell between $1000 and $2000 (about half to a third of their original retail price) and fiberglass models sell between $500 and $900. The most popular used models are Algonquin or Prospector 16 & 17 and the Swift Kipawa 16’6″.  Please visit our Used Canoe page for a list of models currently available.

Estimated Price Ranges

•    Used fiberglass canoes $500-$900
•    Used Kevlar canoes $1500-$2500
•    Used plastic recreational kayaks $300-$700
•    Used touring kayaks $500-$1200
•    Used whitewater kayaks (call 1-866-KAYAKS-O)

The Elusive $300 Used Canoe

We do get a lot of calls from customers looking for the elusive $300 ultralight Kevlar canoe. Considering that most new Kevlar canoes cost $3000-$4000, you can just imagine what a used one valued at $300 would look like! One thing to consider is that usually the lower the price, the more TLC your used canoe will require (or the heavier it will be).


Jun
5
Sat
World Environment Day @ Global
Jun 5 all day
World Environment Day @ Global

UN World Environment Day (WED) is observed every year on 5 June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth. It is run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). “World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Since it began in 1974, it has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries.”

May
1
Sun
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe
May 1 all day
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe | Ontario | Canada

The Lake of Two Rivers Store has a great assortment of fresh produce and fruit, fresh and frozen meats, dairy, groceries, drinks and ice. Don’t forget your Algonquin Park souvenirs too! The store also features a full range of camping and fishing supplies from the best brands in the biz. The new Cafe & Grill is serving great gourmet coffee as well as hamburgers, french fries, pulled pork poutine, wraps, fresh salads and more healthy and gluten-free options than ever before!  Get a scoop of your favourite flavour of Kawartha Ice Cream or cool down with a milkshake!

Mountain bikes are available for rental at the store. All of our bikes are mid to high-end products from great brands like Specialized and Salsa, they are available in a variety of frame sizes and include a helmet in the rental rates. We also rent youth bikes and Trail-a-Bikes for the early years riders. How about a trailer for the infant or your extra gear? We rent those too!  The Old Railway Bike Trail is easily accessible from the Lake of Two Rivers Store and is a great way to see the park from a new perspective!

Contact Information

South of Highway 60 at km 31.4
between Mew Lake and Lake of Two Rivers campgrounds
in Algonquin Provincial park
Get Directions

c/o Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
1035 Algonquin Outfitters Road, RR#1
Dwight, ON, P0A 1H0

Phone: 705-635-2243 (Oxtongue Lake)
Phone: 613-637-2075 (Lake Opeongo)
Toll-free: 1-800-469-4948 (Oxtongue lake)

Features

  • General provisions
  • Groceries; fruit, meats, dairy and ice
  • Cafe & Grill; coffee, burgers, pulled pork, salads, and more
  • Ice cream & milkshakes
  • Camping and hiking gear
  • Algonquin Park souvenirs
  • Mountain bike rentals (Adults & Children)
  • and more

Store Hours

Spring

 Opens on May 3rd 2018
Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

May 4th until 2nd Thursday in June

Summer

Monday 7am to 9pm
Tuesday 7am to 9pm
Wednesday 7am to 9pm
Thursday 7am to 9pm
Friday 7am to 9pm
Saturday 7am to 9pm
Sunday 7am to 9pm

Second Friday in June up to and including Labour Day

Fall

Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

Tuesday after Labour Day until Monday of Thanksgiving Weekend


May
14
Sat
Port Carling Opens (DELAYED) @ Algonquin Outfitters - Port Carling
May 14 all day
Port Carling Opens (DELAYED) @ Algonquin Outfitters - Port Carling | Port Carling | Ontario | Canada

The Algonquin Outfitters Port Carling location is a new addition to the Algonquin Outfitters family but carries on the same tradition of quality and service started back in 1961. Nestled between Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau and Lake Joseph in Steamboat Bay in Port Carling.  Our Port Carling store features the active lifestyle of cottage country in true summer fashion. This location features a great stock of surfwear, outdoor clothing & footwear for all ages, along with the best names in wakeboards, water skis, and water toys for the cottage.

Contact Information

119 Medora Street
Steamboat Bay Units #3 and 12
Port Carling, ON,
GPS location: 45.0412°, -79.3108°
Get Directions

Phone: 705-765-2074

Features

  • Surf clothing, swimwear & footwear
  • Stand up paddleboards (SUP)
  • Wakeboards, waterskis, & towables
  • Packs, bags and purses
  • Sunglasses & sunscreen
  • Souvenirs

Store Hours

Summer

Monday 10am – 6pm
Tuesday 10am – 6pm
Wednesday 10am – 6pm
Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm

Open 2nd weekend in May until Labour Day weekend

Fall

Monday 11am – 5pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11am – 5pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 4pm

Tuesday after Labour Day until Thanksgiving weekend

Spring Swift Canoe Sale (Update TBA) @ Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
May 14 all day

Where can I buy a good new or used canoe?

You can still buy used canoes from Algonquin Outfitters, please call 1-800-469-4948 and leave a message, we will return your call.  This even may have to be rescheduled due to COVID-19.

This question comes up more often than you might think.  Whether it’s the beginning of paddling season or the middle of winter, people always want to know where they can buy a good used canoe, and many of them turn to us as they know our rental fleet consists of some of the best canoes on the market.

Swift Canoe will be featuring a spring sale at our Oxtongue Lake location.  There’s not better time to buy and enjoy a new, or new to you, canoe than the spring.

Every year we sell off a number of retired rental canoes that have seen several seasons of rental use and will always have scratches and patches on the hull. All of our canoes have been reconditioned to a “no leak” condition, some may even have had new paint jobs. All are a good value.

Most used Kevlar models sell between $1000 and $2000 (about half to a third of their original retail price) and fiberglass models sell between $500 and $900. The most popular used models are Algonquin or Prospector 16 & 17 and the Swift Kipawa 16’6″.  Please visit our Used Canoe page for a list of models currently available.

Estimated Price Ranges

•    Used fiberglass canoes $500-$900
•    Used Kevlar canoes $1500-$2500
•    Used plastic recreational kayaks $300-$700
•    Used touring kayaks $500-$1200
•    Used whitewater kayaks (call 1-866-KAYAKS-O)

The Elusive $300 Used Canoe

We do get a lot of calls from customers looking for the elusive $300 ultralight Kevlar canoe. Considering that most new Kevlar canoes cost $3000-$4000, you can just imagine what a used one valued at $300 would look like! One thing to consider is that usually the lower the price, the more TLC your used canoe will require (or the heavier it will be).


Jun
5
Sun
World Environment Day @ Global
Jun 5 all day
World Environment Day @ Global

UN World Environment Day (WED) is observed every year on 5 June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature and the planet Earth. It is run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). “World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Since it began in 1974, it has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries.”

May
1
Mon
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe
May 1 all day
Lake of Two Rivers Store Opens (TBA) @ Lake of Two Rivers Store & Cafe | Ontario | Canada

The Lake of Two Rivers Store has a great assortment of fresh produce and fruit, fresh and frozen meats, dairy, groceries, drinks and ice. Don’t forget your Algonquin Park souvenirs too! The store also features a full range of camping and fishing supplies from the best brands in the biz. The new Cafe & Grill is serving great gourmet coffee as well as hamburgers, french fries, pulled pork poutine, wraps, fresh salads and more healthy and gluten-free options than ever before!  Get a scoop of your favourite flavour of Kawartha Ice Cream or cool down with a milkshake!

Mountain bikes are available for rental at the store. All of our bikes are mid to high-end products from great brands like Specialized and Salsa, they are available in a variety of frame sizes and include a helmet in the rental rates. We also rent youth bikes and Trail-a-Bikes for the early years riders. How about a trailer for the infant or your extra gear? We rent those too!  The Old Railway Bike Trail is easily accessible from the Lake of Two Rivers Store and is a great way to see the park from a new perspective!

Contact Information

South of Highway 60 at km 31.4
between Mew Lake and Lake of Two Rivers campgrounds
in Algonquin Provincial park
Get Directions

c/o Algonquin Outfitters Oxtongue Lake
1035 Algonquin Outfitters Road, RR#1
Dwight, ON, P0A 1H0

Phone: 705-635-2243 (Oxtongue Lake)
Phone: 613-637-2075 (Lake Opeongo)
Toll-free: 1-800-469-4948 (Oxtongue lake)

Features

  • General provisions
  • Groceries; fruit, meats, dairy and ice
  • Cafe & Grill; coffee, burgers, pulled pork, salads, and more
  • Ice cream & milkshakes
  • Camping and hiking gear
  • Algonquin Park souvenirs
  • Mountain bike rentals (Adults & Children)
  • and more

Store Hours

Spring

 Opens on May 3rd 2018
Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

May 4th until 2nd Thursday in June

Summer

Monday 7am to 9pm
Tuesday 7am to 9pm
Wednesday 7am to 9pm
Thursday 7am to 9pm
Friday 7am to 9pm
Saturday 7am to 9pm
Sunday 7am to 9pm

Second Friday in June up to and including Labour Day

Fall

Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 7pm
Saturday 8am to 7pm
Sunday 8am to 7pm

Tuesday after Labour Day until Monday of Thanksgiving Weekend