Wilno

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Wilno is in eastern Ontario.

Understand[edit]

The heart of a large Polish settlement in the area.

Get in[edit]

Highway 60 forms the main route in and out of town.

Get around[edit]

The town is relatively small and the major sites are within walking distance of one another. There is no public transportation.

See[edit]

In the lower valley of the town there is a small area celebrating the Polish culture. To the East along Highway 60 is St. Mary's Church, which is also tied to the Polish culture.

Do[edit]

The Kashub Festival is in the first week of May. It celebrates the specific cultural heritage of the area as is associated with the Kashub people from Poland. It is a cultural festival and there is thus singing and dancing of traditional songs.

Buy[edit]

Wilno has few stores though it does have some artist's and craft studios.

Eat[edit]

The Wilno Tavern is famous throughout the region as a meeting place for food and drink.

Drink[edit]

The Wilno Tavern is famous throughout the region as a meeting place for food and drink.

Sleep[edit]

There are a few motels in the vicinity of the town, though it might be easier to find accommodations in Barry's Bay.

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Go next[edit]

Wilno is on the route to Algonquin Park.

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