Art of Winter Festival
Outdoors | Online | Socially Distanced
The Collingwood Art of Winter Festival returns December 21st to February 21st, with new opportunities to embrace the season as a snowy canvas for creativity, activity, and connectivity. This year’s event takes place over eight weeks, both online and at multiple outdoor locations. Pick up or download the Art of Winter Passport containing more than 40 self-directed, socially-distanced activities for all ages and abilities to do at your own pace. And watch for special FEATURED attractions to be unveiled throughout the Festival.
Winter happens in Collingwood and embracing it is a Collingwood art form. Join in!
You can also pick up an activity Passport at the following locations:
|Town Hall, 97 Hurontario Street|
|Collingwood Museum, 45 St Paul Street|
|Collingwood Public Library, 55 Ste. Marie Street|
|One of the Activity Hubs, at the main sign|
All activities are divided into five themes with corresponding locations. Click on the theme below for more information. As noted on the passport, there are lots of activities within each theme that are designed to do offsite and at your own home too! In accordance with current public health recommendations, the Town of Collingwood does not encourage anyone to travel to the Collingwood area to participate in the Art of Winter Festival.
Don't forget to use you phone to tap the mitten icon or scan the QR code on the onsite signs to access more resources and special features!
In addition, watch for special featured attractions to be unveiled throughout the Festival's duration.
Map of Activity Hubs:
Share your Art of Winter Adventures!
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For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 705-444-2500