Crazy Train - Will Crush Your Problems Photo: Muskoka Heritage Place

Crazy Train - Will Crush Your Problems

Huntsville, Ontario

Other — Hands-On Activity

Reviving ancient traditions with a Victorian era twist.
Drawing on the practice of curse tablets found in ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman times, we invite you to write your problems on a piece of ostraca (broken pottery) and bring it to Rotary Village Station on Saturday September 30th and we’ll run it over with the Portage Flyer Train as it departs at 12:00 / 1:00 / 2:00 & 3:00
Pottery shards are available, while supplies last, by Huntsville potters Eric Lindgren Pottery, Karen Gray Potters Studio Gallery and Mary-Ruth Newell The Village Potter or you are welcome to bring your own pottery and problems to see them smashed.
Regular train fare applies to ride the train.

This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Pottery, Mystical Purifying


Fri 29 Sep No events scheduled.
Sat 30 Sep 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Sun 01 Oct No events scheduled.
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100 Forbes Hill Drive Huntsville ON P1H 1R1
Huntsville, Ontario


Rotary Village Station


When in Huntsville, Brunel Rd. to Forbes Hill Drive and continue past the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment. Parking area just past Lion's Lookout Rd.


Muskoka Heritage Place

Muskoka Heritage Place is a Museum and Historical attraction that sprawls 35 acres and contains 18 pioneer dwellings and a fully operational steam train and authentic coaches that run on over a kilometer of track. Our costumed narrators will entertain and educate while taking you back in time through hands-on activities and demonstrations and our farm animals always like listening to people.

Activity Contact

Ron Gostlin
705-789-7576 ext. 3210

Media Contact

Lisa Spolnik
Manager of Marketing
705-789-1751 ext. 3042

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