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  • 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.

  • Black History Month

    During Black History month, Carolynn and Sylvia Wilson are preserving the history of Collingwood's first black hockey players with weekly displays and important conversations at the Heritage Community Church in Collingwood.

  • 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.

  • Miranda Journey OTB featured musician

    Miranda Journey is a singer/songwriter, guitarist and entrepreneur. She is featured in On The Bay Magazines 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

  • Mantra Yoga Cold Plunge

    Mantra Yoga in Thornbury is offering a Sunday morning Guided Cold Plunge Experience which begins with a cold plunge in Georgian Bay at Little River Park beach at the Harbour followed by warm stretching and mediation at the studio.

  • Before and Now

    Author and photo journalist George Czerny exhibits a photo collection of a changing Collingwood at the Collingwood Public Library

  • Hospice Care and Compassion

  • Owen Sound Farmers Market

    The Owen Sound Farmers Market runs throughout the year every Saturday morning. You are sure to find a treasure or two as well as something tasty to eat strolling through the buildings.

  • Kindness Gala

    The annual Kindness Gala is hosted by the Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary Club at the Georgian Peaks Ski Club. The event has glamour and whole lot of community kindness at the heart of this fundraiser for Moreau Park in Thornbury.

  • Applekings Senior AA Hockey

    The Georgian Bay Applekings are a new high performance Senior AA Hockey Team that is looking to make a big difference in the community both on and off the ice.

  • Keleher Fall Festival

    Keleher Fall Festival is a community celebration featuring local businesses and partners

  • JEEP Classical Cruiser

    Demo JEEP BW advert

  • Thornbury Turkey Trot

    The Thornbury Turkey Trot takes place every Thanksgiving weekend. It's a fun family event with funds raised going to support the Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary Club.

  • Collingwood Fashion Week

    The Annual Collingwood Fashion Week highlights the world class fashion experience that downtown Collingwood has to offer. The Event raised over $20,000 this year for charity of choice Hospice Georgian Triangle.

  • Open Fields

    The “Open Fields” Blue Mountains Farm Tour is a free, self-guided tour of 5 Farms in the community. Each farm offers a different experience from Educational Tours, Demonstrations, Vendors, Activities to Live Music.

  • Saving Little Beaver River

    Volunteers with Beaver River Watershed Initiative begin restoration work on the Little Beaver River in Thornbury, a small tributary to Georgian Bay.