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Canada Day in Grey

Posted by Laura Murakami on June 24, 2018
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Blue Mountain Resort

A Celebration of Canada with ceremonial flag cake, live music all weekend, headlining band The CARPET FROGS, guided hiking, family activities, SUBARU Movies Under The Stars and FIREWORKS!

 

Clarksburg

Kick off the Canada Day long weekend with a Canada Day Eve Party put on by the Blue Mountains Public Library, Town of the Blue Mountains, and Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary from 4:00pm – 9:30pm at the Beaver Valley Community Centre.  Enjoy music, food, fun and games for the whole family!

The next morning, dig in to a Pancake Breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion from 9:00am – 11:30am (Adults $7.00; Children under 12 $4.00),  live music, face painting, horse and carriage rides and the Georgian Bay Car Club Show & Shine followed by a Canada Day Parade from 12:00noon – 1:00pm.  (Groups, businesses and individuals are invited to join in the parade with floats, vintage cars, bicycles, music, walkers etc.)  Participants line up at 11:30 in Clarksburg, parade begins at NOON – north on Marsh Street/Bruce Street to King Street, Thornbury

 

Collingwood

Celebrate the country and community we call home at the Collingwood Festival for Canada, June 30 – July 1. This glowing family festival in the historic, harbour front community of Collingwood is a traditional tribute to this glorious country.  Enjoy a full line-up of activities for the entire family including strolling entertainment, live music and on-the-water events. In the heart of historic Downtown Collingwood you will find unique shops, restaurants, including more than 25 outdoor patios to enjoy a quick coffee, leisurely lunch or a gourmet dinner. Of course Canada Day wouldn’t be complete without the famous pancake breakfast, Citizenship Reaffirmation Ceremony, gigantic Canada Day birthday cake, and spectacular fireworks in Collingwood downtown!

 

 

Feversham

Canada Day Art Fair:  see art displays with live music and a lunch tent at the Home Accents Emporium in Feversham.

 

 

Flesherton

Start the day the right way from 7:30am – 10:30am with  a Great Canadian Breakfast provided by the Friends of the South Grey Museum at the South Grey Museum.  Admission by donation.

 

Osprey

Enjoy fireworks at the Osprey Rec Complex, 494196 Grey Rd 2.

 

 

Owen Sound

Owen Sound celebrates Canada Day with tons of family entertainment, games and attractions throughout the day, followed by an outstanding evening music program and a spectacular fireworks display over the bay.  Enjoy programs by Elephant Thoughts, live music, community yoga and zumba classes and more at Kelso Beach.  Fireworks launch from the inner harbour, near the grain elevators at approximately 10:00pm on Canada Day (weather pending).  Be sure to find a good spot to watch early!  Free admission, donations encouraged.

 

 

Priceville

Every year huge crowds flock to the tiny, charming village of Priceville to catch up with friends and neighbours, listen to talented local musicians and dig in to “country fair-style” snacks and beverages…and to witness the best fireworks display around!!  Ok, I might be a little biased, having been involved with the Priceville Improvement Committee’s Canada Day celebrations for more than 10 years 😉  Activities and music starting at 6 p.m. at Stothart Hall (Priceville Baseball Diamond) Community Park.  Hot dogs, snacks and drinks all $1 each.  Bring your own lawn chair or blanket and arrive early as the fields fill up quickly!  Admission by donation.  I’ll be manning one of the BBQs, come on over to say hello!

 

 

Ravenna

Join in the 8th Annual Beaver Crawl Triathalon at 8:30am.  Registration begins at Ravenna Hall on Grey Rd 119 at 8:00am.  Meet winners at the finish line at Firemans Park, Clark Street, Clarksburg!

 

 

Thornbury

Enjoy a full day of events and entertainment throughout the town!  Festivities begin at 10:30am with face painting and balloons followed by the Thornbury Farmer’s Market, Chili and Hot Dogs from the Rotary Club, the Steve Baker Magic Show (at 11:15am), live music, a town-wide Sidewalk Sale, Emergency Rapid Response Team demonstrations and the singing of “O Canada” and Birthday Cake at 1:00pm on Bruce Street.  Don’t miss the Performance Air Show with Thornbury’s own fighter pilot and Canadian Aerobatic Champion Gord Price at 2:00pm sharp over the Harbour!

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    Mark Murakami | Sales Representative

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