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  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Home Horizon Bowls For Beds

    It’s the 15th annual Home Horizon Bowls For Beds event. There are two ways to give this year, buying bowls featuring “Little Artists, Big Hearts” created by children and “Bid On A Bowl” which are bowls created by talented local artists.

  • Plein Air Painting Workshops

    Every spring and summer, The Blue Mountain School Of Landscape Painting offers a series of outdoor “plein air” and “in studio” landscape painting workshops in the South Georgian Bay area.

  • Active Life Conditioning

    Active Life Conditioning is featured in the spring issue of On The Bay Magazine, going “Beyond Barbells” with their fitness space and approach to health, wellness and creating a sense of community for youth an adults.

  • 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.

  • Craigleith Heritage Depot Lilacs

    It’s that picturesque time of year at Craigleith Heritage Depot when 3 kms of fragrant lilacs come into bloom along the Trail on Highway 26. During blooming season, the Depot also has a display where guests can discover a little bit of information about lilacs as well as the history of these lila...

  • Grey Heron Free Garden Consultations & Design Program

    It’s time for Grey Heron Garden Centre annual free Garden Consultation & Design program with garden designer Bette Sweatman.

  • Downtown Gateway

    Two large steel sculptures by Pierre Poussin are installed at the foot of Hurontario Street. The structures are inspired by the town's shipbuilding history.

  • Harmony North Chorus Spring Fling

    Harmony North Chorus 21st Annual Spring Fling Fashion Show at the Collingwood Legion.
    A fun evening of Spring fashion, great singing and decadent desserts.

  • Hike & Bike For Hospice

    Volunteers prepare for upcoming ”Hike & Bike for Hospice" May 26th. This special event is an opportunity to make an impact in your community while enjoying the stunning trails of Collingwood on a 6K hike, 6K bike or 20K bike.

    Hike & Bike details:

    9:30 AM: Kick off, registration and refreshment...

  • Mother of All Yard Sales

    The Optimist Club of Collingwood & South Georgian Bay raises money for a wide range of initiatives that focus on children in the community. The club is celebrating 34 years of tradition with their “Mother Of All Yard Sales” at the Collingwood Curling Club.

  • 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.

  • Agnora Pre-Loved Fashion Sale For CGMH Foundation

    Agnora Annual Pre-Loved Fashion Sale Supporting of the CGMH Foundation
    Agnora is hosting their highly-anticipated annual Pre-Loved Fashion Sale and this year matching the funds raised at the sale up to $15,000 for the CGMH Foundation. A great morning of shopping for a great cause “Fashion For the...

  • Shelter Box Trivia Night Fundraiser

    It is the annual Trivia Night in Thornbury with funds raised going to Shelter Box Canada.

  • Wasaga Beach Lions Club Home & Garden Show

    The Wasaga Beach Lions Club is presenting it’s 29th annual Best Bloomin Beach Home & Garden Show at the RecPlex. This is their biggest fundraiser of the year and proceeds from this event go towards so many community projects.

  • Miranda Journey OTB featured musician

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

  • National Volunteer Week

    National Volunteer Week:
    This week is National Volunteer Week and The Meaford Hospital is celebrating two of their volunteers as well as recognizing the amazing work that happens behind the scenes with all their amazing volunteers.

  • Thornbury & Clarksburg Antique Vintage Trail

    Thornbury/Clarksburg Antique Vintage Trail: There is a new Trail to discover in the Blue Mountains, The Thornbury& Clarksburg Antique/Vintage Trail featuring 5 Stops, all unique creating a fun experience with lots of café’s and restaurants along the way to enjoy a nice lunch.

  • Collingwood Christmas Market

    The Collingwood Downtown BIA Christmas Market is a Holiday shopping experience like no other.
    Light installations, local vendors, Fleetwood Dancentre dancers in store windows, extended shopping hours to Santa himself.

  • Collingwood Street Pianos

    In 2008, ”Play Me, I’m Yours” began as a commissioned installation for Artist Luke Jerram in Birmingham, England. The inspiration came from him sitting, waiting for the bus noticing that no one was speaking to each other. 15 painted pianos were placed across the city for three weeks. The hope was...

  • Art Crawl

    The Annual Collingwood Art Crawl is a self guided Art & Music Tour in the heart of downtown Collingwood. It allows visitors to get up close and personal with Creators and Performers.

  • Collingwood Farmers Market

    Videographer Sarah Rea explores Collingwood Farmers and talks to venders and shoppers

  • The Big Cheese Smackdown

    The Cheese Gallery in Thornbury brings back The Big Cheese Smackdown Event which is a friendly, but serious grilled cheese competition. It features 21 locations from Collingwood to the Blue Mountains each with their own creations that are then voted on by customers.