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Here are 5 things to do in Collingwood this weekend

Farmers markets, outdoor concerts and a parade can fill up your weekend
Collingwood Blues win game five on April 28 at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena to become the OJHL champs for 2022/23. There's a parade on Saturday, May 27, to celebrate their victory and historic season.

Are you trying to make plans this weekend, but aren’t sure what’s going on?

Here are five things to do in Collingwood.

1. Collingwood Blues Parade

Hockey fans are invited to a community parade on May 27 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the Collingwood Junior 'A' Blues, the 2023 Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) Buckland Cup Champions.

The parade will begin at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena parking lot and will travel south on Ste. Marie Street, west on Hume Street, north on Hurontario Street, east on Simcoe Street, and then back to the arena parking lot.

Participants are encouraged to wear the Collingwood Blues team colours - blue, white, and gold - or your favourite team jersey to support the Blues.

2. Collingwood Farmers Market

The Collingwood Farmers Market will be running on Saturday at the public parking lot at Pine St. and Second St. from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.

3. Sunset Sessions

Sunset Sessions, a concert presented as part of the Collingwood Live and Original Music Initiative, will be taking place at Sunset Point’s outdoor stage at 35 St. Lawrence St. starting at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.

The lineup of performers includes Charlie Taylor Gillespie, Kendall Lily, Magenta, Reed Johnson, Georgia Massicotte, Carter Leynes, Jude Leynes, Emilia Redman and Lola Eden.

Attendees are asked to bring a donation of shelf-stable food and/or personal hygiene products for the Project Butterfly community pantry.

4. Country Roadshow

Country Rockin' Blues Roadshow is running Saturday at Black Bellows Brewing Company at 40 Simcoe St. at 5 p.m. with a ticketed show at 7 p.m. The concert features Scotty B Goode and Nelson Sobral. 

5. Hike and Bike for Hospice

On May 28, Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation is hosting the 13th annual Hike and Bike for Hospice.

More than 300 participants are set to get outside and move, all in support of hospice palliative care. The Hike and Bike begins and ends at the Collingwood Curling Club and kicks off at 9 a.m. For more information or to register, click here.

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