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  • Be The Change
    This documentary film series focusing on Ecological / Social Justice issues is held once a month at the Gayety Theater in Collingwood Ontario on the third Wednesday of the month, from October to May. Presented by Investors Group, ‘Be The Change’ is meant to spark discussion amongst members of our community about the important issues facing us all. Each week after the film a guest speaker will hold interactive discussions in the theatre after the film is screened.

    Admission – $7.00, Students – Free. Books of “Series Tickets” also available for $40 at Elephant Thoughts, The Environment Network, The Collingwood Public Library and Smart’s Flowers.

    Live Music @ 6:30pm : Film@7:30pm : Discussion after the film
    January 19, 2011 - "2012: Time for Change"
    February 16, 2011 - Dirty Oil
    March 16, 2011 - The Clean Bin Project
    April 20, 2011 - Dirt! The Movie
    May 18, 2011 - The End of the Line
  • Wasaga Beach Short Film Festival
    Smart phone, general, sports cam, film, video, comedy, action, drama, January 25 2014, December 02 2013, drama,arts, culture, Wasaga Beach, RecPlex
  • Official Collingwood Elvis Festival
    Each year Elvi and fans take over Collingwood for their festivities, and you're invited!
  • Visit South Georgian Bay
    Official Site of South Georgian Bay Tourism - Collingwood, The Blue Mountains, Meaford & Wasaga Beach
  • Simcoe County Regional Science and Technology Fair
    Every year, Simcoe County hosts a Regional Science and Technology Fair. Students from grades 4 to 12, from across Simcoe County gather together to present their research and discoveries in areas such as Health Science, Environmental Technology and Biochemistry.

    The Simcoe County Regional Science and Technology Fair Committee is a charitable organization composed of parents, teachers and interested individuals who support Simcoe County's elementary and secondary students' participation in Regional, National and International Science Fairs.