It is with great pleasure that Downtown announces Mr. E. Bunny has again made room in his busy schedule to visit Downtown Collingwood

The historic streets of Downtown Collingwood come alive as the warm weather arrives.. The downtown core can become bustling with people attending the variety of fun filled events the town has to offer.

Announced at the Festivals & Events Ontario (FEO) Conference in Sault Ste. Marie March 3rd, the Town of Collingwood is the recipient of two awards: Top 100 Festivals & Events and Municipality of the Year.

The Town of Collingwood has partnered with Theatre Collingwood’s Box Office to provide ticketing and front of house services for Town events, including the Collingwood Elvis Festival.

The year is 1955. Desperate to escape the chicory-pulling, stall-cleaning, hay-baling drudgery of life in RR#2 Caledonia, Peggy Ann Douglas has a plan.

Now in its seventh year, AOTS showcases the diversity and talent of our creative community while enlivening the streets of Collingwood from Victoria Day to Thanksgiving weekend.

Business for the Arts announces an investment in sponsorship training and matching incentive grants for Collingwood arts and culture organizations

A new Wayfinding Campaign Walk Your City highlights distances in minutes to walk or bike to popular Collingwood destinations. Colourful directional signs have been placed across the Town of Collingwood encouraging kids and adults to walk or cycle.

We are pleased to announce that Collingwood has been named by as one of the “35 Most Beautiful Destinations in Canada”!

Located throughout our downtown core are several murals, created by renowned artists to present a snapshot of our past.