|Collingwood is gearing up for a huge Sesquicentennial celebration. The celebrations start on Friday night with a classic car parade down Hurontario Street, then the next 4 days are kicked off each morning with a pancake breakfast as Hurontario Street features the Farmers Market and Merchant Village. From Ghost walks and Historic Tours to children’s activities and main stage entertainment all day long, the celebrations have something for everyone.|
Don’t miss the Ontario Guild of Town Criers Championships hosted by Collingwood’s own Ken Templeman. Citizen reaffirmation, giant birthday cake and fireworks are all part of the mix so check out our events calendar to start planning your weekend. Come on Downtown and support our local merchants and restaurants that are all busy making special plans for you.
Simcoe County Restaurant has changed their offering to expand on one of their most sought after menu items…the 100KM Burger. Featured is assortment of gourmet burgers, handmade from locally raised meat on a multigrain roll. You can choose from beef, lamb, pork, chicken, bean or salmon as your base and then build from there. Check out their new menu. The mac and cheese featured in this newsletter is the best in the world.
East Side Mario’s has launched a new summer feature menu and if you’re cruising through to Wasaga Beach and want to check out a new Italian Restaurant on Mosley Street, drop by La Roma. You can check out their menu right here.
mycollingwood.ca welcomes our new clients:
The Farmer’s Pantry. Our family welcomes your family to one of the biggest working orchards in the region. U-pick and we-pick apples; in-season fruits & veggies (some U-pick); market featuring jams, preserves, honey, cider, maple syrup, meals to go, baked goods, premium meats, giftware & more; farm animals and fun activities the whole family can enjoy.
Simcoe County Restaurant is a quaint, informal European style diner whose open kitchen design allows patrons to watch the chefs at work. Proprietors Carla Carbone & Doug Porter both trained in Switzerland at Ecole Hotleier "Les Roches" and have worked in a variety of superb restaurants in Toronto & Whistler and have returned to Ontario to fulfill dream - to operate a unique dining establishment of their own. Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Collingwood, Simcoe County Restaurant is dedicated to promoting local, seasonal & high quality products and the menu is an eclectic collection of International foods & simple rustic fare. Simcoe County Restaurant now features the 100 - mile burger and serves up the best mac and cheese in the Georgian Triangle. Simcoe County is fully licensed and you can even bring your own wine for a small corkage fee.
The Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts is proud to present the 'Arts Centre' a professional level art Gallery venue with monthly exhibitions, and a retail gallery shop featuring the work of many outstanding artists, and artisans. A tour of the Arts Centre is a must-do for guests visiting Collingwood. The gallery shop displays a wide variety of select objets d' art in many mediums, including fabric arts, glass, pottery, ceramics, painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, and kinetic sculpture. An ideal source for one of a kind art and craft gifts. The Arts Centre is open Monday to Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Sundays from 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Harrison Denture Clinic. The team at Harrison is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality care in the most comfortable and friendly setting. They strive to offer you the very best treatment by employing the most advanced technology and techniques. Your overall health and well-being is their prime concern. Denture technology has come a long way. Most of their patients are amazed at the new techniques that are employed in the fabrication of their dentures. As a team, the staff at Harrison is committed to continuing education and routinely attends courses and seminars to upgrade their skills. Precision dentures are made with the best and most up to date techniques and materials.
JD’s Bar & Grill. The Huron House is evolving its current brand – restaurant/bar – into JD's Bar & Grill. JDs is a sophisticated lounge/bar to be visited time and time again with friends or family and for special events. JDs will offer great food, music, bands and ambience 6 days a week. (Tuesday to Sunday) will offer locals the perfect neighbourhood spot – no matter if they drop in for a drink, to watch a hockey game or to seek out an up & coming band. Specializing in local fare and their menu will be offered until 1am. The atmosphere will be friendly and casual, attracting a fun and vibrant (up & coming) people from Creemore to Meaford and beyond. It’s a vibe unlike any other in the area.
Happy Canada Day!