During its hiatus from presenting live shows due to COVID-19, Theatre Collingwood has come up with some creative ideas to continue to entertain audiences. One exciting new project includes three high-quality professionally filmed virtual shows that will stream online before the end of the year.
From October 28th to 31st, Fright this Way – Black Harvest returns to Downtown Collingwood with changes and additions incorporated to keep all the little ghosts and goblins safe! The new adventures celebrating the haunting season include spooky decorated business windows, the Halloween StoryWalk, a Scavenger Hunt (with three winners drawn from eligible entries) and a Costume Contest.
There’s no better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than with a visit to a farm! Morrison Pumpkin Farm is a fantastic source for fall produce perfect for eating and decorating with 30 pumpkin varieties, 20 types of squash and an array of decorative gourds, ornamental corn, cornstalks and bales of straw.
Collingwood has embraced the outdoor dining experience in a whole new way this year. Patiolicious is a fresh way of sampling inspired culinary and craft beverage creations by local chefs at more than 20 expanded and uniquely decorated patios located in the historic downtown and along its extensive trail system. Visit www.patiolicious.com for additional information about participating patios, featured menu items and how you can enter the Patiolicious Post & Win contest. You can experience Collingwood Patiolicious until Wednesday, September 30… so start planning your Tour today! And for further details about The View at Blue Fairway - make an appointment to visit MacPherson Builders’ 6,000 square foot sales centre at 5 Cranberry Trail East (corner of Hwy. #26 and Cranberry Trail East) in Collingwood, call 705-446-7601 or email email@example.com. We will also be happy to forward you a full package of our sales information and answer any questions you
In light of the fact that we can’t be together this year, the team for the 8th Annual Collingwood Art Crawl has re-imagined the event in order to continue to showcase the artists and musicians from whom we draw inspiration, energy and solace. From September 19th to 26th, participants have the opportunity to create their own art and music crawl experience both by visiting downtown Collingwood to tour artwork exhibits in local businesses and storefronts, and by taking in the scene virtually with musician profiles, art galleries, studio tours, concerts and interactions with artists and musicians from across the region. For additional information about this fabulous event visit www.collingwoodartcrawl.com. MacPherson Builders’ 6,000 square foot sales centre at 5 Cranberry Trail East (corner or Hwy. #26 and Cranberry Trail East) in Collingwood is now open by appointment. For further details, please call 705-446-7601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also be happy
As a resident of The View at Blue Fairway you have convenient access to an active lifestyle and amazing local amenities… without ever getting in your car. Nestled on Cranberry Trail and backing onto Cranberry Golf Course, the community is just steps from the Cranberry Marina and the 34 km Georgian Trail that stretches all the way to Meaford. Also nearby is Cranberry Mews, a unique lifestyle centre featuring a local, organic bakery as well as an array of restaurants, stores and health services. In addition, you are close to Collingwood’s network of more than 70 km of multi-use trails that lead to every major point of interest in town including the beaches of Sunset Point, the Georgian Bay lookouts, the tranquil gardens of the Arboretum, the Museum, the Public Library and historic Downtown Collingwood with its unique shops, fantastic restaurants and cafes. The downtown is also home to Simcoe