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.
Since 2002, the Grey Zone Collective (GZC) has produced the Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film in Durham, West Grey, ON. We present independent and experimental media art, showcasing Canadian and international artists to a rural audience. With locations in Durham, Hanover and Saugeen First Nation, the Festival acknowledges that we operate on Saugeen Ojibway Nation traditional territory. See website for scheduled events.
Join us for the 2019 Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film from Thursday, July 18th to Saturday, July 27th. Live performance and screenings at the Durham Arena, Glencolton Farms, the James Mason Culture and Recreation Centre, pub talks at The Garafraxa Cafe and more! Community participation is important to us.
Join us at Hanover's biggest block party!
The party is on all weekend with events such as the Keg & Cork Craft Beverage Festival, helicopter rides, and a rib cook off!
Tickets on sale now. Check the website for the full events schedule and follow us on social media @HanoverSSFest! #HanoverSSFest
All hail the King! In cooperation with the 25th annual Collingwood Elvis Festival, the Village plays host to the hottest entertainment including the All Star Grand Champion Showcase, Music at the Mountain tribute, and the ever popular Roy LeBlanc! Thank you very much!
Join Canadian Pet Connection for Meaford's second annual Pet Expo! This is a full day featuring a kids zone with bouncy castle, face paint, and more! Enjoy over 25 vendors, animal adoptions, pet photography, nail trims, training demos, free samples, blowout sales, and more! Bring your pet!
Join the alpacas in the barn and shop the country vendors including: woodworking, jewelry, salsas, vegetables, maple syrup, beef, whimsical knit items, quilted & sewn handicraft, Master Herbalist, and Chaga Mushrooms, and more.
Meet all the new baby alpacas, shop the great alpaca products including alpaca dryer balls, socks, stuffed toys and so much more!
We begin June 27th with our signature Veterans Ceremony and exhibit opening at 11am. At noon we will be holding a BBQ that is free to all Veterans, all others pay only $5.00 per person.
Rrampt is taking over the old Railyard Station in Owen Sound to deliver a rockin' one-day festival full of music, food, arts, and local culture. We've partnered with the newest brew pub on the water, Mudtown Station, to deliver a backyard BBQ-style event that will take place on the lawn, patio, and inside the restaurant.
Admission to the Leith Church “Highland Concert and CEILIDH”, featuring Celtic Music, Pipers and Dancers, is free with a free-will collection taken for the continuing restoration and maintenance of the church. This is an outdoor concert held on the church grounds at the rear of the church. Bringing a blanket or portable chairs is advised.
Stranded in Newfoundland. Our new show of paintings inspired by a series of misadventures is now on the wall.
Take a roadtrip to the Gallery and explore its collection of Trains, Planes, and Automobiles...and Boats!
A community based farmers' market featuring local farm products along with a selection of quality artisanal works.
A popular TOM Gallery Shop summer favourite, 100 Squares features miniature artworks from regional artists. 100 Squares will be on view from June 14 – August 31. All works are available for purchase.
Richard Watts: Earth Etchings explores environmental and climate change issues in various media, emphasizing connections between urban and wilderness experiences, and more specifically between people and Nature.
Exhibition on View: June 14 - September 21, 2019
This month in the Legacy Gallery, the Owen Sound Artists’ Co-op celebrates the work of Tom Bunce. A long time member, Tom’s work usually follows one of two paths arriving at the same destination. The first path is a visual history and on his second path, he uses the painting of land and water to connect the viewer to the vast Earth around them.