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  • 80th Anniversary of D-Day, Collingwood ON Canada

    The largest Amphibious Landing in History 156,115 Allied Soldiers landed in Normandy, France as part of the allied operation, Overlord to free France from German occupation, including, 14,000 Canadians on Juno Beach and 450 Canadian Paratroopers. 25,000 Allied Sailors and 7,000 Naval Vessels part...

  • Collingwood Farmers Market

    The Market operates each Saturday morning in the heart of Collingwood’s historic downtown from the holiday weekend in May until Thanksgiving Weekend.
    Located in the municipal parking lot at the corner of Second and Pine Streets and is open from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
    Local vendors feature a wide rang...

  • Odin Quartet with Daniel Vnukowski

    The Odin Quartet with The Collingwood Music Festival's founder and artistic director Daniel Vnukowski in concert at The Breakers, Sunset Point, Collingwood.

  • Hospice Georgian Triangle Hike and Bike

    The Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation is proud to announce that over $210,000 was raised at the Hike & Bike and counting. Funds raised support hospice palliative care for patients with life-limiting illnesses, and their families.

  • Yes Markdale

    Grey Bruce Design Shop opening. Shop Markdale

  • Centennial Cup

    Collingwood Blues win the Centennial Cup for the first time ever. Noah Pak made 23 saves for the shutout, Jack Silverman scored the game’s only goal for the 1-0 win against the Melfort Mustangs. The victory at the nationals comes after back to back provincial championships.

  • Meet the Champs

    Collingwood Blues win the Centennial Cup for the first time ever. Noah Pak made 23 saves for the shutout, Jack Silverman scored the game’s only goal for the 1-0 win against the Melfort Mustangs. The victory at the nationals comes after back to back provincial championships.

  • Magnificent Magnolias

    Regional micro-climates around Southern Georgian Bay provide a niche for magnificent magnolias. Trees in bloom in Thornbury and Meaford put on seasonal show. Amy Wilcox says her tree on Bruce Street in Thornbury gets a lot of attention.

  • The Circus Company Unleashed

    The Circus Company teaches aerial and ground circus arts in Collingwood and Barrie and their instructors perform “Unleashed” An Expression Of Self, Through Circus Arts where they are able to unleash their creativity.

  • Hidden Gem, Kolapore Wilderness Trails

    The L.E Shore Library hosts the presentation “A Hidden Gem: Kolapore Wilderness Trails” with Stephen Couchman and Bruce King exploring the history of the Kolapore Wilderness Trails with an evening of storytelling.

  • Aerial Arts

    Aerial Arts is a way to explore new heights while working your mind and body while nurturing confidence through graceful movements.

  • Meaford Maples

    Meaford Maples is a boutique, organic maple syrup operation on the edge of Irish Mountain that is carrying on the Smith’s family tradition of making maple syrup since the 1930’s.

  • Treasure Hunting at Danfield Antiques & Art

    Thornbury and Clarksburg are known for their local art scene but also for antiques. Local antiques hold many stories and offer a glimpse into our past.

  • International Women's Day The Blue Mountains

    Celebrating the numerous businesses that are owned and operated by women in The Blue Mountains

  • Save The Bay Polar Dip

    It’s the third annual Save The Bay “Polar Dip” event, raising funds to protect Georgian Bay and create awareness about the proposed TC Energy pump storage facility in Meaford.

  • 24hBlueMTN_2024

    Blue skies greeted participants in this years 24 hour relay at Blue Mountain Resort raising money for Ontario Special Olympics and Collingwood General and Marine Hospital.

  • BayWatch-Subscribe and Win Contest

    Subscribe and Win Contest.
    https://onthebaymagazine.com/contests/

  • Curler Cassandra de Groot

    Cassandra de Groot began curling at 7 years old in the Collingwood Curling Clubs junior program. Her dream has become a reality as she competes in the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts with her Team Inglis.

  • Love Is In The Air

    Wasaga Beach celebrates new arena with figure skating show featuring Elvis Stojko and special guest Elizabeth Manley.

  • Sylvie Kindree OTB featured musician

    Sylvie Kindree is a singer/songwriter, performer and is featured both in and on the cover of On The Bay Magazine's Winter issue.

  • J. S Bach Long Walk In The Snow

    Theatre Collingwood is kicking off their 40th season with Tom Allen’s latest chamber musical, J.S Bach’s Long Walk in the Snow.

  • Living Histories Exhibition Tom Gallery

    The Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound is presenting the Living Histories Exhibition which is guest curated by local historian Richard J. Thomas and features images captured by photographer John James in Owen Sound from 1905 throughout 1956. The Exhibition runs through mid March.

  • Collingwood Curling Club

    The Collingwood Curling Club originated in 1881 and has a rich history and tradition. Over 600 members enjoy a blend of the sport and social fun.

  • BVO 40th Celebration

    The BVO has been making good things happen in the community for forty years and celebrates the milestone with community leaders and volunteers