Healthy Kids Community Challenge

Background: Raising Healthy Kids Together

With the support of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Ontario communities are taking action to promote the health of children through healthy eating, physical activity and healthy lifestyle choices.  Every nine months, Healthy Kids Community Challenge will launch a new theme related to physical activity or healthy eating. 

Theme 1: Run. Jump. Play Every Day. promotes physical activity through active play, active transportation and sports activities.

Theme 2: Water Does Wonders, encourages choosing water as your first choice of drink throughout the day.

Join in on the fun and take part in one of the many Healthy Kids Community Challenge Collingwood activities. Click on the links below to learrn more!
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Project Manager 
Jennifer Parker
T. 705-444-2500 Ext.3260

Upcoming Events

Coming soon! Enjoy the book Little Pea by Amy Krouse Rosenthal as you wander the Train Trail.
Take the Water Does Wonders Pledge
We can all make tap water easier to access. By taking the pledge, you are affirming your commitment to help children sip less sugar. Visit or click on the Water Does Wonders icon to check-out all of the great resources and take the pledge today!
Collingwood Community Clean-up day, Earth Day 2017, Saturday April 22
Seed Planting Workshop - Collingwood Public Library, Free Schools Room, 10:00 a.m.
Kids Celebrate Earth Day by participating in a seed planting workshop. Contact to register. Free
Harbourview Park Clean-Up, Harbourview Park, behind McDonald's, 1:00 p.m.
Led by Collingwood Council and staff. All supplies provided.

Department Contacts

Administrative Assistant
Amanda Norris   
Phone: 705-444-2500 x3236

Director, Parks, Recreation & Culture
Dean Collver   
Phone: 705-444-2500 x3238

Administrative Assistant
Amanda Norris   
Phone: 705-444-2500 x3236

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