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    Exhilarating downhills on Blue Mountain...Or tranquil journeys along the shores of Georgian Bay
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    Cruise, sail or kayak the clear blue waters of Georgian Bay
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    Discover the local food scene
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    Scenic countryside, rolling hills, winding rivers and breathtaking views
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    Rated as one of Ontario's best golf destinations
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    Relax, refresh, rejuvenate at area spas
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    Up close with wildlife and wildflowers in meadows, caves, ancient forests and old mills
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    South Georgian Bay´s history runs deep
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  • SEE IT, HEAR IT

    Art tours, music festivals, theatre performances, historical journeys
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    Shop, dine, unwind in our historic towns and villages.
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    Enjoy panoramic views of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment.
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    Farmers' Markets



  • COLLINGWOOD DOWNTOWN FARMERS' MARKET
    Every Saturday morning from the May long weekend to Thanksgiving you are welcome to come downtown to the Collingwood Farmers’ Market where you will find fresh foods and unique items for sale. Continuing this year is the program of VQA wine sales at the local market. Returning vendors, Georgian Hills Vineyards and Coffin Ridge Winery will again have their products for sale … including allowing you to sample the offerings before you buy.

    2016 also marks the fourth year for the Moonlight Market, with the promise of a bigger (and brighter!) atmosphere on September 3rd.

    Come out and support your local farmers and businesses. 8:30am-1:00pm.
    Municipal Parking Lot @ Second and Pine Streets
    www.collingwooddowntown.com 

    CREEMORE FARMERS' MARKET
    Winner of the 2001 Market of the Year, the Creemore Farmers’ Market aims to bring new experiences to it’s customers. Check out the selection of local vegetables, fresh baked goods, honey, syrup, meat, plants, crafts, and much more directly from producers that care. Saturday mornings, 8:30 to 12:30. Victoria Day to Thanksgiving.
    Station on the Green, Caroline St., Creemore
    www.creemorefarmersmarket.ca

    STAYNER MUSIC MARKET AND PARK IT
    Music, Market, & Park It is a weekly farmers market offering local locally produced and prepared foods, fruits, vegetables and handmade quality crafts, live music, and a classic car and tractor show. There is something the whole family will enjoy at Music, Market and Park It!
    Thursdays from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, from June 16 to September 1
    Station Park, 
    7259 Highway 26, Stayner
    www.clearview.ca

    NEW LOWELL FARMERS' MARKET
    Join local vendors under the New Lowell Park Pavilion, who always have fresh in season produce and many other local products to pick from.
    Wednesdays, 6 pm to dusk, starting May 25 until August 31
    New Lowell Recreation Park
    5212 County Road 9, New Lowell
    www.clearview.ca

    THORNBURY FARMERS' MARKET
    Fresh veggies and fruit in season (incl. organics), baked goods, deli meats, frozen entrees & desserts, maple syrup, local honey, gourmet cookies, jellies, cut flowers, local crafts and more. Sundays 11 am to 2 pm, Victoria Day to Thanksgiving 
    Across from The Blue Mountains Town Hall, 32 Mill St., Thornbury
    www.thebluemountains.ca

    FARMER’S PANTRY
    A visit to the Farmer's Pantry is an experience that the whole family will enjoy. Acre upon acre of apple orchards offering over 15 varieties of local apples with many pick your own options including raspberries and cherries in season. Open from July 1st through to Halloween weekend and host many events including our Raspberry Festival, Adventure Day, Candy Apple Clinics and Family Day attractions. Many of our events include food and wine pairings and the kids will delight in the many activities we offer including our petting farm where they can interact with the animals. The pony rides, mini putt, rope maze and cedar maze are some other activities offered that will keep the kids busy while you shop for in our Farm Market offering fresh fruits and vegetables, prepared meals to go and locally sourced gifts. Open July–Oct. 
    Grey Road 13 South of Clarksburg 
    www.farmerspantry.com

    GRANDMA LAMBE’S
    Over 50 years serving the region with friendly old-fashioned hospitality and the best home baking anywhere. Fresh baked pies. Fresh local foods. Crafts. A true experience! Open year round.
    Hwy. #26 East of Meaford  
    www.grandmalambes.com

    GRANDMA LAMBE’S II
    A second Grandma Lambe's store is open daily from May until November 1 at
    Hwy #6 & 10, north of Chatsworth  
    www.grandmalambes.com

    MEAFORD FARMERS’ MARKET
    Every Friday, 3 to 7 pm, beginning June 3 until Thanksgiving, you can shop for local, high quality produce, direct from our farmers. You can expect fresh, seasonal fruits & veggies, premium meats, and other unique local food products. Vendors make it, bake it or grow it all within a 100km radius of Meaford. 
    Meaford Harbour Pavilion  
    www.meafordfarmersmarket.ca