To celebrate the winter season and the wonderful ‘tastes’ to be found throughout Downtown Collingwood, the Sweet Taste of Winter will begin on Family Day weekend and continue until February 20.
Collingwood Art on the Street will return in 2016, with an outdoor gallery of art banners and hand-painted chairs by artists of all ages, mediums and experience levels.
Presented by the town’s own Collingwood whisky, the vibrant, nine day festival will bring together some of the most renowned local talent in the food and beverage industry for a week
Collingwood youth have a chance to use their creativity to share what they love about their community. The Collingwood-Zihuatanejo Sister City Committee is holding a video contest for youth (12-25) to introduce to our sister city in Mexico, what it’s like to live in Collingwood.
Collingwood is full of great events, inviting trails and amazing restaurants, and now there’s a central place to experience everything that Collingwood has to offer.
On behalf of the Town of Collingwood, Mayor Sandra Cooper is pleased to announce the 2015 recipients of the “Order of Collingwood” and the recipient for the “Companion to the Order of Collingwood.”
A new video has been launched highlighting the level of accessibility available in the Collingwood area, opening up a new potential market for tourism.
Collingwood is now an even better place to start and grow a small business, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’ ranking of Canada’s top entrepreneurial cities.
Originally featured on the side of the Mountainview Hotel, the Side Launch mural has been officially welcomed to its new home on the north east corner of Collingwood’s Loblaw Great Food.
Located throughout our downtown core are several murals, created by renowned artists to present a snapshot of our past.