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Annual Craft Show always the weekend before Thanksgiving featuring 200 crafters in two buildings, the Meaford Arena and Curling Club.
The Blue Mountains
There’s no better way to enjoy the Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend and no better place to explore our countryside and fall colours! Free activities throughout the Blue Mountains all weekend. You’ll be delightfully challenged to fit them all in.
A community music festival celebrating the life and career of Elvis Presley taking place July 25 to July 28, 2013.
The Blue Mountains
On Saturday June 15, 2013 join thousands of other participants who are ready to conquer the most insane 5km mountain adventure race on the planet! Introducing the 10km Full Metal Jacket!
Celebrate the War of 1812 Bicentennial in Collingwood! Experience the breathtaking power and beauty of authentic Tall Ships as they visit Collingwood Harbour August 16-18! Collingwood is one of 16 ports across the province that will welcome the TALL SHIPS® and the TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® Great Lakes 2013 Series to its shores during this summer-long commemoration of a defining moment in Canadian history. Step aboard for a deck tour of the ships, watch the Parade of Sail, enjoy the War of 1812 land activities, interactive displays, live musical entertainment, and special activities throughout Downtown. Presented By: The Town of Collingwood, Collingwood Downtown, and the Georgian Triangle Tourist Association
Welcome to the Theatre by the Bay’s 12th season of live entertainment in downtown Barrie. Our 2013 season is rich with themes of love, friendship and family. Our Main Stage production of the classic American musical 'Crazy for You' and the 50’s style production of 'Romeo and Juliet' performed by our Intermediate Company are sure to have audiences falling head over heels. Our Young Company will be performing 'Munsch Ado About Nothing', an adaptation by Debbie Patterson based on the stories of Robert Munsch. This production is a fun, wacky and slightly irreverent exploration of childhood, families and friendship told through the outrageous stories of one of Canada’s best-loved authors. Our 12th season would not be complete without a whole host of special events and educational workshops taking place throughout the year. We look forward to having you join us for what promises to be another exciting season at Theatre by the Bay. Performances at the Mady Centre and Heritage Park. Please visit our website for details.