Muskoka EV Show — Sat, May 27 – BraceBridge Fairgrounds

Poster for Muskoka EV Show

See and test drive electric vehicles. Get your questions answered.

Muskoka Conservancy and Climate Action Muskoka invite you to the first-ever Muskoka EV Show, coming to the Bracebridge Fairgrounds on Saturday, May 27 from 10:00am – 1:00pm.

“The future is electric, and the faster we can get there the better,” said Peter Love, an energy consultant and Muskoka Conservancy board member who instigated the idea. “Muskoka is well-positioned to be a leader in this revolution.”

“Private vehicles are responsible for almost 70% of all community greenhouse gas emissions in Muskoka,” said Lesley Hastie, lead event organizer for Climate Action Muskoka. “Switching to electric promises to make a huge difference here. People are excited to see and test drive and learn about electric vehicles. The Muskoka EV Show will help them make that move.”

  • New EVs from Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Tesla, Vinfast and Volkswagen
  • New electric bikes, scooters and watercraft
  • Park-and-Display area with electric cars and bikes and their owners, ready to answer
    your questions. Some may opt to take visitors for a ride along or a test drive.
  • Presentations and information from the Electric Vehicle Society, enVgo, Lakeland
    Solutions, PlugNDrive, reThinkgreen, and keynote speaker Steve Lapp, an expert on EVs
    and low carbon energy technology system design and education.
  • Parking and admission are free. Donations appreciated. Bring your own water bottle.

Learn about electric vehicles and find out what EV ownership is really like. Test drive an electric vehicle and see for yourself how well they perform. Visit for further details.

Muskoka Conservancy is a charitable organization that works to conserve and protect natural spaces in Muskoka for future generations.

Climate Action Muskoka is an inclusive, non-partisan grassroots group whose mission is to collaborate with individuals, businesses, groups and all levels of government to mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis

The Muskoka EV Show was amazing!

The Muskoka EV Show was amazing! Thank you to organizers Peter Love and Lesley Hastie and the many volunteers at Muskoka Conservancy and CAM who made the day a success. Thank you to keynote speaker Steve Lapp. Thank you to the EV dealers, the EV owners and the many organizations that came out to share info and news. Thank you to Wheelie Good Coffee for the best coffee ever. Thank you to the folks at Bracebridge Fairgrounds. And thank you to everyone who came out!

First electrical vehicle show draws a good crowd – Doppler online

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