Canada Day Long weekend starts in just 5 short days! What have you planned for your family and/or friends? Wouldn’t a great weekend away at Blue Mountain be the perfect way to spend it? With so many events planned, there is lots to miss if you do not book now !
Just take a look at what is planned for this weekend ; for a complete schedule click here.

Saturday :
10am-8pm Canada Day Scavenger Hunt
10:30am Columbia Guided Hiking
10:30am , 12:30pm & 3:30 pm Ganban Restorative Yoga class
12pm-3pm Live Music with Jason Redman
1 pm Gabby Isabella  Fashion Show
1pm-4pm Creation Station- make your own button
3pm BeaverTrail eating contest- sign up at the information centre
3:30pm-4:30pm interactive dancing
5 pm Live Music with Mike Charette
7pm-Close Greek Music & Belly Dancer- Tholos
7pm-9pm Live music with Pat Robitaille
9:30-Close Live Music with Over The Edge – MJ Byrnes Irish Pub
10 pm- Close DJ at Kaytoo, Rustys, Twist Martini

Sunday :
10am-8pm Canada Day Scavenger Hunt
10:30am Columbia Guided Hiking
10:30am  & 12:30pm Ganban Restorative Yoga class
12pm-2pm Live music with Emma Wright & Rob Elder
1pm-4pm Creation Station- make your own button
2 pm Cake cutting ceremony
3pm-4pm Magic Show with Sawyer Bullock
4pm-5pm Interactive Dancing
6pm-8pm Live music with Aaron Garner
7pm-Close Greek Music & Belly Dancer- Tholos
9:30-Close Live Music with Jason Redman- MJ Byrnes Irish Pub
10pm- Close Industry Night at Firehall Pizza
10pm-2am Industry Night with DJ Ali at Kaytoo
10:15pm FIREWORKS !!!!

Looking for Accommodations?

Here are some amazing condo that are still available to rent for the weekend. Click the photo to bring you to the web page to get more details about pricing and amenities

      

Other fun activities near Blue Mountain Village to explore while you are here;
Click here to view the full schedule for the town of Collingwood Canada Day fun.
Click here to view the full schedule for the town of Thornbury Canada Day fun.
The Paint Bar down town Collingwood is hosting a Kids Night click here to see the event page on Facebook.
Canada Eve Party in Thornbury click here 
Midland Rib & Craft Beer festival in Midland ON Click here
Collingwood Farmers Market every Saturday click here
Collingwood Festival for Canada click here
The Beaver Crawl – Click here for the event

There is just so much to do this coming weekend with events and activities that you would not want to miss out.
BOOK NOW with Lodges at Blue Mountain.  Spend Canada Day at Blue Mountain !!

Here are some fun facts about Canada 

+Famous Canadian celebrities include Justin Bieber, Michael Buble, James Cameron, Jim Carrey, Celine Dion, Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams, Mike Myers, Ryan Reynolds and William Shatner

+Canada is the second largest country in the world

+Canada has the longest coastline of any country in the world at 243,977 kilometres – 151,600 miles

+The longest highway in the world is the Trans-Canada Highway which is over 7,604 kilometres (4,725 miles) in length

+Canadians can deduct a number of things from their tax software, but I bet you didn’t know that dog food is tax-deductible in Canada

+Canadians like to finish a sentence with the word Eh

+If you want to make an American smile, ask a Canadian to say Out and About. It works every time

+Hockey and Lacrosse are Canada’s national sports

+Whistler, British Columbia is consistently ranked as one of the best places in North America for downhill skiing

+The world’s largest totem pole was raised in Victoria in 1994 and stands 54.94 metres tall (180.2 feet)

+Canadian inventions include the game Trivial Pursuit (Scott Abbot and Chris Haney), the telephone (Alexander Graham Bell), basketball (James Naismeth) and the snowmobile (Joseph-Armand Bombardier).

+John Cabot was the first explorer to reach Canada in 1497

+The Moosehead Brewery in Saint John, New Brunswick turns out 1,642 bottles of beer per minute

+The beer named after Canada is called Molson Canadian. Founded in Montreal in 1786, Molson Coors Canada is the oldest brewery in North America and continues to produce beer on the site of the original brewery

+There are more doughnut shops in Canada per capita than any other country

+Canada is home to 42 national parks, 167 national historic sites and four marine conservation areas

For Other fact about Canada and it’s history check out this website https://www.hikebiketravel.com/145-weird-fun-interesting-facts-canada/