We are very fortunate to have so many cultural events in the area, from Jazz in a waterfront park to Film Festivals, Live Theatre and Art Festivals. The remainder of summer 2015 is packed full of great events – not to be missed!
Sunday July 5 until Sunday August 16, 2015 6-8 pm.
Bayview Park, 106 Bay St. E. Thornbury
The Jazz by the Bay series is now in full swing in Thornbury, taking place in Bayview Park every Sunday evening throughout the summer. Refreshments available. Bring your lawn chair and join us.
Rain location – Beaver Valley Community School, 189 Bruce St. S. Thornbury
Call 519-599-3345 after 4pm
JULY 26 – LOUIS LEFAIVE & RUBBER SOUL
(tribute to the Beatles)
AUGUST 2 – BARBRA LICA
AUGUST 9 – VIRGIL SCOTT
AUGUST 16 – LANCE ANDERSON
For more information JazzByTheBay.ca
Collingwood Arts & Music Festival
Civic Holiday Weekend at
|Sidelaunch Days – Collingwood Harbour FestivalCollingwood Harbour Festival is a three-day, multi-venue, family event celebrating the joy of being in, on, and around the water while commemorating the unique shipbuilding heritage of Collingwood. Activities span the arts, culture, sport, and recreation and include live music, local culinary fare, water sport trials, children’s activities and historic walking tours. The showpiece of the event will be a historic photo and footage exhibit projected onto Collingwood’s iconic grain elevators. It is called AT SEA.Sidelaunch Days is proudly presented by the Town of Collingwood and Collingwood Downtown in cooperation with the Collingwood Arts & Music Festival.AT SEA
AT SEA is a curatorial project by Toronto-based independent curator Yasmin Nurming-Por. Over two evenings, two different projections on the north side of the waterfront terminal buildings will endeavor to activate Collingwood’s shipyards archive and contribute to the memory of Collingwood’s industrial past through the use of moving and still images sourced from the Collingwood Museum.
August 1 & 2, 2015
9 pm-11 pm
Millennium Park, Collingwood, ON
|Theatre Collingwood presents Lighthouse Festival Theatre’s production of
July 28-Aug 1, 2015
|Big Head Shin Dig – Saturday, August 15th
Press Release – On Saturday, August 15, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., craft beer, music and local food lovers will gather in the hop yards of Bighead Hops in Meaford to celebrate the hop harvest. The Bighead ShinDig is the most unique, laid back and cool event to happen in Grey County all summer! This year the event hosts over 14 local brewers and cideries with samples, amazing local food vendors, and a stellar lineup of local musicians, including folk favourites Moonshiner’s Daughter.
In addition to sampling, food, and music, there are tours of the hop yards and processing areas, led by Nicholas Schaut, owner and operator of Bighead Hops. And this year, the Niagara College Teaching Brewery will be brewing a batch of beer right in the fields to demonstrate the process.
The event is family-friendly (kids under the legal drinking age are free to attend). Tickets are available through Meaford Hall website or at the entrance. Tickets are $25 + HST and include 6 sampling tickets. More sampling tickets are available for purchase on site.
|Meaford International Film Festival
Meaford International Film Festival Pricing (HST exempt)Save with Festival Packages
Festival Pass: $99 all 4 films & parties (7:30 pm showtime)
Matinee Pass: $40 all 3 matinees (2:00 pm showtime)Individual Tickets
Film Pass: $29 one evening film & party (7:30 pm showtime)
Matinee Pass: $15 (2:00 pm showtime)Film or Festival pass tickets to the evening shows include the after-film party, delicious free appetizers, a complimentary drink from the cash bar, a chance to win the Trivia Quiz basket of prizes and opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Award.Thursday, September 35:15 pm MIFF Meal, George’s on Main
7:00pm Opening Gala
Friday, September 4
5:15 pm MIFF Meal, The Kitchen
7:00pm Red Army
Saturday, September 5
Book a seat in Meaford’s most exclusive restaurant – open only during MIFF! Start your evening in the party tent at Meaford Hall with a delicious meal from one of the area’s best caterers. Cash bar. Space is limited so please book early to avoid disappointment!
|The Creemore Children’s Festival – Saturday August 1A community-minded, not-for-profit event designed to empower children by inspiring their imaginations and broadening their creative minds through exciting, interactive play. Geared to children of all ages, our volunteer driven activities, demonstrations and sponsored performances are grass-roots and all about getting back to the basics of family fun.For more information and event schedule visit CreemoreChildrensFestival.com|
|Copper Kettle Classics August 22On August 22nd, enjoy an amazing day of classic cars, trucks and motorcycles in downtown Creemore on historic Mill Street. Register your 1990 or older car, truck or motorcycle and enjoy live music, shopping and a beer festival. This years show pays tribute to car and motorcycle clubs from near and far.For more information www.CopperKettleClassics.com|