May Long Weekend – Collingwood & Blue Mountain Events May 20 to 23

weather-may-21-24The unofficial start to summer – May Long Weekend – time to open the cottage – prepare the garden and enjoy outdoor activities. Whatever you do this long week-end, be sure to get outside and enjoy the sunshine! Events in Collingwood & Blue Mountain all weekend long.

Blue Mountain Village May Long Weekend Events

1. Kick off summer at the Blue Mountain Village on your favourite patio with live music all weekend long.
2. The kids will have a blast participating in the many free activities, like face painting, button making, live exotic animal experiences, scavenger hunts and interactive drumming.
3. FIREWORKS on Saturday night.
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Collingwood Farmers Market Opens May Long Weekend

The first of the season! Location: Corner of Second and Pine streets
Local vendors feature a wide range of organic vegetables and fruit, baking, meats and cheeses, flowers and trees, jams and preserves, handcrafted items and more. Special activities for the family, entertainment and artists are featured each week.
This year the market kicks off its 11th season on Saturday May 21st, and continues until the Thanksgiving weekend.  Rain or shine, it runs every Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., outdoors in the Second and Pine Street municipal parking lot.
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Creemore Farmers Market

Join us on Saturday mornings for a taste of what is freshest from our local growers.  Find new favourites, meet your community and get inspired about what’s for dinner!  See you there!
8:30-12:30pm Rain or shine.
Station on the Green, Caroline Street, East. Creemore. 
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New! Wasaga Beach Farmers Market

This spring, Wasaga Beaches newest feature will be their very own Farmers Market.
The goal is to showcase fresh, local, and sustainable foods from the surrounding area, sold by the producers themselves. It will also highlight crafts and wares from local artisans. 
Every Saturday From 8am to 1pm @ The Town Parking Lot, 136 Main St.
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Thornbury Farmers Market

May 22, 2016 – Oct. 09, 2016
Every Sunday, visit the Thornbury Farmers’ Market across from The Blue Mountains Town Hall, 32 Mill Street. 11am-2pm.
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The Blue Mountains Art Tour

May 21 to 23 – 11 to 5 p.m. Join us for a fabulous weekend of open studios in the beautiful Town of the Blue Mountains, ON. Our studios are within a 20 minute drive of each other and many within walking distance. 
Local artists invite you into their studios to learn what inspires and motivates them. From pottery and sculpture to  jewelry, textiles, photography and paintings, our well established artists all have their own innovative way of interpreting what they are passionate about. 


Side Launch Brewery 2nd Year Anniversary

Join us on Friday May 20th at 6pm as we open our doors for the evening to celebrate our 2nd year anniversary! Local band, Swampy and the Note Troll will be rocking out tunes, food from local caterers will be provided and we will have 8 beers on tap with our 2 special barrel aged versions of our Dark Lager.  We hope to see you there!
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Collingwood Brewery Turns 2

Join us on Saturday May 21st from 4 to 7 at The Collingwood Brewery & Tap Room to celebrate our 2nd Anniversary and the release of our 1854 Anniversary Lager. Live Entertainment by Tennyson King and BBQ pulled pork sliders served 5pm-6:30pm. 
 Families and all ages are welcome. Virgin cockails will be served. 
On tap for everyone 19+ will be Kellerbier, Saison, Downhill Pale Ale, Rockwell Pilsner and ESB. 
The Collingwood Brewery
10 Sandford Fleming Drive, Collingwood, Ontario


Re-Opening of Beaver Valley Cidery May 20th | Cidery Tours May 22

We invite you to visit Beaver Valley Cidery for a complimentary tasting. Our Tasting Room is in our renovated heritage barn, where you can sample and purchase our ciders, in a peaceful rural setting.
May 20th 11 to 6 p.m.
Free Cidery Tours — Assemble on the farm at the historic Herrgott Bros. Cider Press on any Sunday at noon sharp for an in-depth tour of our production facility covering every aspect of the cider-making process, including what makes our cider unique. Allow 45 mins. No reservations required.
Drive the Scenic Route —Look for our sign on the east side of Beaver Valley Road (Grey Rd 13) — 7 kms south of Heathcote and 5 kms north of Kimberley.
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Hiking Scenic Caves

The woodland trails throughout Scenic Caves are beginning to burst with hundreds of elegant white Trilliums. Our mixed sugar maple and beech mature deciduous forest provides a perfect environment for these fragile native wildflowers.The trail to caves/caverns & crevasses is open for spring hiking.

Hike the Bruce Trail

Hike the Bruce Trail. Vist the Bruce Trail Website for Feature Hikes
Download the Bruce Trail APP HERE
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