|While you’re making your summer plans this is a great time to buy your tickets for the Collingwood Elvis Festival. One of my favourite places during the Festival is The Olde Town Terrace, the largest tented venue during the Festival. Ray and Sandie have lined up some great entertainment including Best of the FEST, The Elvis Evolution Show Ticket, the Second Annual Gospel Brunch and the Last Hurrah Party. Tickets are on sale now and going fast so get yours today.|
Plunge! Aquatic Centre is now offering babysitting so you and your mate can drop off the little munchkins for some great supervised babysitting with organized activities while the two of you enjoy some time at one of the great restaurants in the Blue Mountain Village or going for a hike or going down the Ridge Runner.
The Downtown Collingwood Farmers Market is now open for the rest of the summer up until Thanksgiving Weekend. Curries Farm Market at the corner of 10th Line and the 6th Street extension opened on May 20th for the season. It’s a family business spanning three generations. Edgar and Barbara Currie started the market in 1957, and is now owned and operated by Chris Currie, grandson of Edgar Currie, and his wife Candice.
Don’t forget to check out the Great Northern Medieval Fayre running from Thursday, May 26th to Sunday, May 29, 2011. Competitive jousting tournaments with armoured Knights, fighting Vikings and medieval Mercenaries, magnificent Birds of Prey show, Merlin the Magician, Medieval Merchants, Saturday Night ~ Kings Royal Feast and more. For more information visit www.medievalfayre.com
Sakura is celebrating their second anniversary on Saturday, May 28 with an Open House. For information on the days festivities and special offers please call the clinic at 705.293.0828.
Collingwood Bike to Work Week is from June 6-12. Challenge Your Workplace To Take Part! As gas prices continue to soar, a more economical mode of transportation could be right under your feet. What better time to give biking to work a try? June is Bike Month throughout Canada with many activities planned to encourage all of us to get on our bikes. In Collingwood, one of those activities is Bike to Work Week. Collingwood area residents are encouraged to ride their bikes to work during the week of June 6th to 12th to promote a healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to motorized vehicles. The goal of this year’s Bike to Work Week is to get all area employers involved by challenging their staff to try riding their bikes to work. For more information check out the flyer.
The Ontario Salsa Tour Returns to Blue Mountain Village! From Friday, June 24th – Sunday June 26, 2011 this award winning free family street party celebrating Ontario's Latin cultures will turn the Village into a showcase of Latin life ~ Pulsating Music, Passionate Dancing, Fiery Foods, Fireworks, Beach Party, Freestyle Soccer, Children's activities and so much more. For more information visit www.salsaatblue.ca
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