Advertisement

Posts in Julie Card's Out and About

Crock a Doodle at Blue Celebrates 10 Years

09 July, 2019

Throughout the last 10 years, Crock A Doodle has been a colourful part of the Blue Mountain experience. Since July 17th, 2009, this paint-your-own-pottery studio has welcomed more than 45,000 famil... (more)

Eat Together

15 May, 2019

Knowing that eating alone is a learned behaviour and doesn’t come naturally, join us in the PC® Cooking School and embrace the benefits of eating together.   My n... (more)

Elvis Festival Returns To Collingwood

10 April, 2019

Collingwood’s Elvis Festiva... (more)

BLUE MOUNTAIN RESORT ANNOUNCES NEW SUMMER ATTRACTIONS, RETAIL AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

10 April, 2019

Although the ski season is still in full swing at Blue Mountain, the Resort is lo... (more)

How not to screw up a roast - a simple solution

05 March, 2019

Sometimes, you just need a little help from your friends. Let me back up a bit. I happen to have a bit of a history of buying budget cuts of meat on sale and then attempting to turn them into a cul... (more)

Local Events & Things to Do

19 February, 2019

There is no shortage of fun things to do in our area including events, workshops, classes and festivals.  Whether it’s a fitness challenge, charitable event that raises funds for importa... (more)

BLUE MOUNTAIN RESORT INTRODUCES NEW LED LIGHTING SYSTEM

08 February, 2019

Skiers and snowboarders at Blue Mountain Resort, Ontario’s largest mountain resort, will be able to enjoy an even better on-hill experience this winter, thanks to a new LED lighting system. T... (more)

Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain Voted 3rd in Canada by Spa Visitors

08 February, 2019

Ontario’s popular spa destination voted 3rd in Canada, and 16th overall by North American spa connoisseurs. Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain, the unique outdoor nature spa in Ontario, started the... (more)

Collingwood ….. Gateway to the west

27 October, 2018

Bet you haven’t thought about that recently…. Yet… until only a hundred or so years ago the Great Lakes was the only route to the west and Collingwood was the access to the Grea... (more)

Advertisement