Introducing Grey County's Outdoor Activity Map - Your guide to safely enjoying Grey County's great outdoors!
Elegance Defined: The Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance showcases amazingly rare and historic automobiles
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.
This musical tells the story of WWI flying ace and Owen Sound war hero Billy Bishop. The Roxy presents this award-winning stage production to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bishop receiving the Victoria Cross.
The Men of the Deeps is a choir of working and retired coal miners from Cape Breton Island. Organized in 1966 as part of Cape Breton’s contribution to Canada’s Centennial Year (1967), the group’s inception was an effort by the people of Cape Breton to preserve in song some of the rich folklore of Cape Breton’s coal mining communities.
Patrick DeCoste: 13 Moons and a Canoe
On View: October 4, 2019 - January 4, 2020
Organized by John B. Aird Gallery, Guest Curated by Carla Garnet
Essay contribution from Bonnie Devine
Footprints in Time: Painting Around Georgian Bay
On View: September 25, 2019 - January 4, 2020
Guest Curated for the Tom Thomson Art Gallery by Katharine Lochnan, Senior Curator Emeritus, Art Gallery of Ontario, and Artist Louise Moore.
From October 15 to November 29, 2019, enjoy Fallicious in the Blue Mountain Village! It’s a dining tour de force Sunday through Thursday! Enjoy dining specials from $15 for lunch and $30 for dinner at participating restaurants!
The Saugeen Artists annual pop-up Christmas Store is here! Our new address this year is 275 10th St. Hanover. Come and enjoy this beautiful, inspiring space which holds fine art from our talented artists and creative works from the hands of our gifted artisans. We look forward to seeing you!
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.