In the time of COVID-19, our farmers' markets have adapted to social distancing safety requirements.
The Holstein Non-Motorized Santa Claus Parade is a small town holiday tradition.
Winter, spring, summer or fall, there's always something happening at Blue
Looking for a family-friendly event? Grey County has plenty of four-season family fun to choose from.
It's that time of year again! This is a reminder to mark your calendars and start planning for Glamapalooza 2018. An event created FOR women BY women, there is something for every woman to enjoy at Glamapalooza. Buckets of fun, female friends, pink power, good causes, retail therapy, amazing food, plenty of drinks and a good old party. Visit the webiste to sign up for your preferred activity as soon as possible.
The Roxy Theatre and Bognor Jam Productions bring you the second annual True Country Christmas Concert, featuring the Grey County’s own True Country Show Band and guests. Sway the night away to country classics and seasonal hits.
Gallery de Boer-Fine Art invites visitors to immerse themselves in an outstanding and diverse selection of traditional and contemporary Indigenous art. Exuberant, restrained, symbolic, narrative, spiritual, humorous, political, expressionistic or representational, this exhibition illustrates the breadth and passion of aboriginal artistic expression.
September 8th: Exhibit Opening: “Final Victory – the Last 100 Days”.
The exhibit unearths the events of the last 100 days of the First World War and how the armistice came about. Step into the past and learn about what it was like as the war began its journey to its end.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday - 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Entrance Fee: $5 per person
Until Dec 2, 2018
The Saugeen Artists Guild annual holiday store " Spirit of the Season" is now open!
Stop in to check out all the unique and beautiful creations from our local artists.
Our NEW location: 254 10th St. Hanover (beside Canada Post)
Store Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (December only) 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Festival of Northern Lights is a lighted display festival that takes place annually from mid-November to early January with more than 400 displays.
It has become one of the most beloved family experiences in our three-county region. No grinch can resist the magic of the lights as they gradually illuminate the Sydenham River and Harrison Park.
Enjoy tea at Billy Bishop Home & Museum during our Victorian Christmas!
November 20th to December 23rd is the start to our Victorian Christmas operations.