Chocolate Works had a good selection of chocolate varieties. Rich bought a bag of "Dirty Mints" which were spearmint candy coated chocolate balls, while I got some hazelnut crunch truffles that were amazing, as well as some iced chocolate drink mix.
An entire room was dedicated to photos and videos of the North Wind, which sunk in the 1920s off the northern coast of Manitoulin Island. A poster labelled "Lake Huron, Graveyard of the Great Lakes" highlighted the numerous wrecks that occurred in this body of water.
A display containing a pair of soldiers' uniforms told a touching tale of two war heroes from WWII and Iraq/Afghanistan, who unbeknownst to each other turned out to be father and son. The elder man from Manitoulin Island was unaware that he had fathered a child until his son tracked him down years later. Reunited, they learned that they were both decorated soliders. When the son died, he asked that his uniform be sent to the Kagawang Heritage Centre to be shown next to his father's.
For such a small area, Kagawang was an extremely interesting village to visit.