Collingwood is just as vibrant in the summer as it is in the winter. If you’re not interested joining Canada Day festivities in the big city, you can retreat to Collingwood and the surrounding area for a more quaint experience.

 
 
Collingwood is celebrating Canada 150 with a big weekend bash! Starting on Friday, June 30th you have plenty of options for activities and events to enjoy. You can enjoy events like the Farm to Table Street Fest, Downtown Daytime party, the Canada 150 Reaffirmation Ceremony and much more.
 
 
 
Start your weekend on Friday with the sight-seeing harbor cruise, iconic entertainment downtown, a sunset cruise and more! On Saturday you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, fishing derby for kids, Lumberjack show along with many other exciting things to do. Of course, you can’t miss the fireworks at 10:00pm!
 
 
(Image from Ellen Jarman)
 
 
Looking for great family-friendly Canada Day festivities? Blue Mountain Village is the place to be in the Collingwood area if you’re looking for something extra exciting and bustling. Here you can enjoy live performances, contest, craft stations and more from July 1st -3rd.
 
 
 
 
Moving away from Collingwood, Owen Sound has a celebration of its own that’s not to be missed. Head over to Kelso Beach from June 30th to July 2nd for Maawanji’iding – Festival Canadiana.  There will be lots of exciting things happening on location, including fireworks. The Canada Day celebration on July 1st includes traditional drummers, singers and dancers, family activities and demonstrations and fireworks in the evening!
 
 
 
 
If you are in the Wiarton area you can enjoy a quaint way to celebrate Canada, join the community in Bluewater Park on July 1st. Here you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, children’s activities, explore vendors and enjoy live music or check out the car show!
 
 
 
Happy #Canada150


(Feature Image provided by Vanessa Burgess-Mason) 

 

Collingwood is just as vibrant in the summer as it is in the winter. If you’re not interested joining Canada Day festivities in the big city, you can retreat to Collingwood and the surrounding area for a more quaint experience.

 
 
Collingwood is celebrating Canada 150 with a big weekend bash! Starting on Friday, June 30th you have plenty of options for activities and events to enjoy. You can enjoy events like the Farm to Table Street Fest, Downtown Daytime party, the Canada 150 Reaffirmation Ceremony and much more.
 
 
 
Start your weekend on Friday with the sight-seeing harbor cruise, iconic entertainment downtown, a sunset cruise and more! On Saturday you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, fishing derby for kids, Lumberjack show along with many other exciting things to do. Of course, you can’t miss the fireworks at 10:00pm!
 
 
(Image from Ellen Jarman)
 
 
Looking for great family-friendly Canada Day festivities? Blue Mountain Village is the place to be in the Collingwood area if you’re looking for something extra exciting and bustling. Here you can enjoy live performances, contest, craft stations and more from July 1st -3rd.
 
 
 
 
Moving away from Collingwood, Owen Sound has a celebration of its own that’s not to be missed. Head over to Kelso Beach from June 30th to July 2nd for Maawanji’iding – Festival Canadiana.  There will be lots of exciting things happening on location, including fireworks. The Canada Day celebration on July 1st includes traditional drummers, singers and dancers, family activities and demonstrations and fireworks in the evening!
 
 
 
 
If you are in the Wiarton area you can enjoy a quaint way to celebrate Canada, join the community in Bluewater Park on July 1st. Here you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, children’s activities, explore vendors and enjoy live music or check out the car show!
 
 
 
Happy #Canada150


(Feature Image provided by Vanessa Burgess-Mason) 

 

Collingwood is just as vibrant in the summer as it is in the winter. If you’re not interested joining Canada Day festivities in the big city, you can retreat to Collingwood and the surrounding area for a more quaint experience.

 
 
Collingwood is celebrating Canada 150 with a big weekend bash! Starting on Friday, June 30th you have plenty of options for activities and events to enjoy. You can enjoy events like the Farm to Table Street Fest, Downtown Daytime party, the Canada 150 Reaffirmation Ceremony and much more.
 
 
 
Start your weekend on Friday with the sight-seeing harbor cruise, iconic entertainment downtown, a sunset cruise and more! On Saturday you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, fishing derby for kids, Lumberjack show along with many other exciting things to do. Of course, you can’t miss the fireworks at 10:00pm!
 
 
(Image from Ellen Jarman)
 
 
Looking for great family-friendly Canada Day festivities? Blue Mountain Village is the place to be in the Collingwood area if you’re looking for something extra exciting and bustling. Here you can enjoy live performances, contest, craft stations and more from July 1st -3rd.
 
 
 
 
Moving away from Collingwood, Owen Sound has a celebration of its own that’s not to be missed. Head over to Kelso Beach from June 30th to July 2nd for Maawanji’iding – Festival Canadiana.  There will be lots of exciting things happening on location, including fireworks. The Canada Day celebration on July 1st includes traditional drummers, singers and dancers, family activities and demonstrations and fireworks in the evening!
 
 
 
 
If you are in the Wiarton area you can enjoy a quaint way to celebrate Canada, join the community in Bluewater Park on July 1st. Here you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, children’s activities, explore vendors and enjoy live music or check out the car show!
 
 
 
Happy #Canada150


(Feature Image provided by Vanessa Burgess-Mason) 

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