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Tickets almost sold out for Huntsville's Got Talent 2024!

Do you have your tickets for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2024?

The Top 10 Finalists perform live at the Algonquin Theatre on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 7:00 PM. Don't miss your chance to experience an incredible production that celebrates phenomenal local talent.

Audience tickets are on sale now through the Algonquin Theatre. Don’t wait – tickets are almost sold out!

Proceeds from this nonprofit event will support our housing initiatives, so we can take action on homelessness and housing insecurity for people and families who access our services.

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Spotlight: Children and Youth Services

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February is National Inclusive Education Month

Together, we’re better!

National Inclusive Education Month in February celebrates and promotes the dignity and benefits of inclusive learning environments where all learners, both with and without disabilities, can thrive, together.


Children who learn and interact together in welcoming environments also learn to live and interact well together as adults. Those adults are better able to build and participate in vibrant communities where everyone belongs.


Our Children and Youth Services team includes Resource Consultants and Family Support Workers who empower and advocate alongside children, families, educators, and community partners to create inclusive environments so all learners can thrive now and into the future.


Visit our website to learn more about our services for children and families.

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Hurry! Audience tickets selling fast for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2024

If you want to experience the thrill of cheering on the Top 10 Finalists for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2024 as they perform live on stage, get your tickets before it is too late.

“You don’t want to miss this show. The talent in our town is incredible, the performances are jaw-dropping, and you can feel the community spirit,” says Jennifer Jerrett, event organizer and Community Engagement Specialist for Community Living Huntsville. “You need to get your tickets before they sell out – and this show sells out.”

Want a sneak peek at the judges, the Top 10 Finalists, their talents, and more? Read the full story.

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National Inclusive Education Month

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New summer job program an ‘eye-opener’ in Huntsville

A new summer employment program opened doors and busted myths in Huntsville.

Learn how high school students with disabilities, supported by youth peer job coaches, built the skills and confidence to thrive in the workplace – and make meaningful connections with coworkers and employers toward greater disability-inclusion in North Muskoka.

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National Inclusive Education Month

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Pre-K Play & Learn expands to North Muskoka daycares in 2023

Children in a bustling daycare classroom quickly gathered around tables filled with colourful activities to have fun – and build skills for kindergarten.

Learn how Resource Consultants with Community Living Huntsville have adapted and expanded an innovative program of play-based skill-building activities to help more children and families discover skills and grow confidence for the move to kindergarten.

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Nonprofit Appreciation Week 2024

Each day, Ontarians across the province are supported by organizations and staff in the nonprofit sector. For Nonprofit Appreciation Week from February 12 to 16, 2024, let's take the opportunity to recognize the vital role nonprofits and their workers play in creating and maintaining healthy, vibrant, and inclusive communities for all Ontarians!

Did you know? Community Living Huntsville is a not-for-profit, registered charity that supports and advocates alongside more than 300 children and adults with developmental disabilities, and families, in North Muskoka. We have helped open doors in an inclusive community since 1962.

Our team of more than 80 staff members includes Direct Support Professionals, who are highly trained and skilled workers who empower people and families to live meaningful lives both at home and in the community.

We also champion authentic inclusion of people with developmental disabilities so everyone can live as respected, valued, and contributing members of a welcoming and vibrant community.

Happy Nonprofit Appreciation Week!

Did you know?

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Chuck It for Charity!

You got it, we want it! Did you know our administrative office at 99 West Road is a local electronics recycling depot? And it's free!

Drop off your unwanted electronics in the green electronics bin outside. You get to tidy up your home, cottage, or business – and help our not-for-profit organization raise funds.

Chuck it for charity today!

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Upcoming Community Living Huntsville Events

Huntsville's Got Talent 2024

February 24

Audience tickets are on sale now

Visit our events calendar at for details.

Ways to Give

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Community Living Huntsville must raise more than $150,000 annually through private donations, fundraising events, and grants to sustain our programs.

Make a contribution that counts.


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