The Santa Claus Parade makes it’s way through downtown Collingwood with hundreds of families lining the sidewalks for a glimpse of the jolly old man himself. The theme this year is “A Gingerbread Christmas”…and Santa does love his cookies!
Saturday November 11th, The Town Of The Blue Mountains joined other communities from across Southern Georgian Bay for Remembrance Day ceremonies at local cenotaphs to honour Canada’s fallen war heroes.
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.
Mountainside Gallery in Collingwood is having a meet the artists event this afternoon and Bay Watch stopped by to visit with one of the owners and speak to the three talented artists about the inspiration for their work.
The annual Collingwood’s Halloween Black Harvest Festival is a fun way for families and children to dress up in their best costumes and trick or treat their way to some candy as they go down the street visiting local businesses in downtown Collingwood.
During Farmers Market Season we have all been tempted to buy that basket of tomatoes and many times it’s a few too many tomatoes. Culinary Registered Dietician Bailey Franklin teaches us a few recipes and tips for using up those extra tomatoes.
Murray and Jo-Anne Morrison purchased their farm in 1985. They started with 1 acre of pumpkins and today are growing over 51 varieties. Visiting their farm in Clearview has become a family “Fall Tradition” for close to 40 years.
“Tis the season” for delicious locally grown sweet corn. Kyle Oakley from Goldsmith’s Farm Market & Bakery in Thornbury spoke to us in his corn field about the varieties of sweet corn they grow and the pollination process. Their freshly grown corn is picked daily and available now until Thanksgiv...
Caesar Guinto and partner Sam Holwell are fusing their hospitality and arts backgrounds to create delicious small batch ice cream with a sprinkle of love and happiness. Their mantra is “C’mon Get Happy” from the Partridge Family Song.