Alton Village, Caledon – On Wednesday, Sylvia Jones, MPP for Dufferin-Caledon and Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Board Member Crista Renner, stopped in at the Alton Mill Arts Centre for a public meeting held by the Alton Millpond Association. They presented a plaque from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to mark the work being done as a… Read more »
S’mores Bar, Pumpkin Carving, & Live Music CALEDON, ON, October 27, 2018 – Heatherea Farm Shoppe is teaming up with local charities to present HEATHERLEA HARVEST HAPPENINGS, taking place this year on Saturday, October 27th, from 1 pm to 4 pm at Heatherlea Farm Shoppe. A full lineup of family fun is planned, including a… Read more »
Credit Valley Conservation and Food Truck’N Friday collaborate for second straight year September 26, 2018 – Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and JB Innovative Solutions are teaming up for the second straight year to present CVC’s FALL FEST, taking place this year over two weekends from October 6-7, and October 13-14, 2018. “This year we have a… Read more »
CALEDON, ON Sept. 21, 2018 /CNW/ – The Ontario Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Cheltenham Badlands on Saturday, September 22. With the new accessible boardwalk for viewing the Badlands landscape, new trailhead and wayfinding signs and a new parking lot to provide safe access to the site, visitors will now… Read more »
On September 14, 2018, the Culinary Tourism Alliance announced the roster of finalists for the 2018 Culinary Tourism Awards and Cheers Caledon! was named as one of three finalists for Event of the Year. Congratulations to the Town of Caledon for a fantastic achievement! Winners will be announced at the Ontario Tourism Awards Gala on… Read more »
FOR RELEASE: August 28, 2018 Newly named TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley will be 33rd property in TPC Network and will host annual Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada event TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA – Osprey Valley, a collection of three courses just north of Toronto designed by acclaimed Canadian architect Doug Carrick, will join… Read more »
The world renowned oil painter, filmmaker and explorer, known for his for his passionate portrayal of Canadian landscapes, joins the ranks of other distinguished Caledon inductees such as artist Daphne Lingwood, filmmaker Normal Jewison, writer Farley Mowat, builder Conn Smythe and the founders of the McMichael Canadian Collection in nearby Kleinburg, Robert and Signe McMichael…. Read more »
Profile: Phil and Gail Winters Read the Town of Caledon’s interview with Phil and Gail Winters of GoodLot Farmstead Brewing Co., the first farm-to-barrel brewery in the Greenbelt.
In celebration of Ontario’s peach season, Culinary Tourism Alliance listed some of their top fave peach pies and where to find them. Including: Heatherlea Farm Cafe 17049 Winston Churchill Blvd, Caledon, Ontario At Heatherlea you will find a carefully curated selection of local food items from farm fresh eggs, to cheeses, to pasta sauces. And… Read more »
Everyone knows that the best parties always end in the kitchen. Culinary Tourism Alliance‘s editorial series ‘Kitchen Party’ features Feast On Chefs and recently highlighted one of Headwaters’ very own: Cal Hinsta of Heatherlea Farm Shoppe. Read on for interview–>
On Thursday, June 28th, Headwaters Tourism Board and staff, were joined by Dufferin-Caledon MP David Tilson, Dufferin-Caledon MPP Sylvia Jones, and over 60 community champions, leaders and project collaborators to celebrate the launch of Headwaters Inspired. Understanding the impact of arts and culture in our region, Dufferin County, the Town of Caledon and the Town of Erin supported Headwaters… Read more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 28, 2018 Three local charitable causes to benefit from Osprey Valley Open Event proceeds to be directed to endowments through Community Charitable Trust Caledon, Ont. – The Osprey Valley Open announced today that three organizations – Credit Valley Conservation, the Bethell Hospice Foundation and Caledon Community Services – will benefit from… Read more »
Aimee Alabaster: It’s all about community and learning On the north edge of Caledon Village, a 1000 foot long private driveway on Highway 10 leads to Alabaster Acres and Aimee Alabaster‘s farmhouse that she tells us is almost as old as Canada itself. Read full interview–>
The Town of Caledon recently unveiled a newly-designed space at Town Hall dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship and innovation. The Caledon Business Innovation Zone (CBIZ) is the primary destination for entrepreneurs looking to make their business dreams a reality or small business owners who want to network, learn and expand their business horizons. “There’s so much… Read more »
Last year the inaugural Cheers Caledon! Craft Beer and Cider Festival showcased a small but select group of Ontario’s best beverage producers to some 1,200 attendees. Now, in its second edition, Cheers Caledon! is adding representation from several new craft beer and cider producers as well as a larger offering of food choices and main… Read more »
THE GREAT WAR IN MOTION On Sunday, July 15, the Great War Flying Museum presents “Ground To Sky: The Great War In Motion” at Brampton-Caledon Airport. It’s a day filled with World War One living history: airplanes, cavalry, motorbikes and more. Latest news: After eight years of dedicated volunteer work, the Museum is ready to… Read more »
Grand Rapids, MI – The Great Lakes Cider & Perry Association has announced official results for the 13th Annual Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition (GLINTCAP) – held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on May 16-19, 2018. The competition evaluates apple and pear ciders submitted by commercial producers and amateur cider and perry makers. For… Read more »
The Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada announced today that its newly created Osprey Valley Open, the first Greater Toronto Area-based tournament in Mackenzie Tour history, will be played July 19-22 at Osprey Valley Golf Course in Caledon, Ontario. In conjunction with the addition of this tournament to the 2018 schedule, the Mackenzie Investments Open… Read more »
From humble beginnings over 10 years ago the second weekend in June has grown to become “the weekend to be in Caledon.” Last year saw the launch of Cheers Caledon, a craft beer and cider festival that featured the best of home-grown producers such as Caledon Hills, Pommies and Spirit Tree. And Caledon Day was… Read more »
Crafting Cider in Caledon Nick and Lindsay Sutcliffe talk about why they left Toronto in 2011 to establish Pommies Cider Co. in Caledon. Read full profile–>
Celebrating Tourism Excellence in Headwaters Headwaters Tourism is honoured to present the nominees for our 2018 Headwaters Tourism Awards. The winners will be announced on Tuesday, January 16th at the Orangeville Town Hall Opera House, following the first annual provincial Rural Tourism Symposium, hosted by Headwaters Tourism. Headwaters Tourism is pleased to announce that this… Read more »
For Immediate Release Belfountain Salamander Festival Offers Fall Family Fun September 27, 2017 – The Belfountain Salamander Festival celebrates its 21st year on Saturday, September 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you and your family are looking for a day of outdoor fun in the countryside, the historic Hamlet of Belfountain… Read more »
Sobeys Tastings – Product of the Month July 6 – July 30 Pommies will be featured as the Product of the Month at Sobeys for the month of July! As part of the program, 1% of our sales will go to the charity of our choice, Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is a… Read more »
The Town of Caledon hosts its first ever ‘Cheers Caledon! Craft Beer and Cider Festival’ on June 16, 2017. Caledon’s rolling hills and surrounding areas are famous for farming, food artisans, and an emerging cider, beer, wine and spirits industry. “Caledon is the place to be on Father’s Day weekend,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “Friday… Read more »
Plant Paradise Country Gardens™ has recently won two national awards at the North American Garden Tourism Conference in Toronto on March 13th & 14th. The Canadian Garden Council presented Plant Paradise Country Gardens™ with the 2017 Destination Garden Centre of the Year Award. “We are honoured to receive this recognition in the year that we… Read more »
Read all about how Spirit Tree Estate Cidery is putting cider back on the map in the following article from the September issue of Food in Canada.
Canadian Triathlon Team Nominated for Rio 2016 Five first-time Olympic triathletes poised to shock the world in Rio Wednesday, June 29, 2016 — TORONTO — A dynamic group of five first-time Olympic competitors nominated to represent Team Canada are hungry to deliver a knockout punch when they step onto the beach for the triathlon start at the… Read more »
April 2, 2015 | For Immediate Release In less than 100 days, the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park and the nearby Pan Am Cross-Country Centre will play host to nearly 150 Pan Am equestrian athletes and horses, and at least 3,000 spectators per day in the Pan Am Games, one of the world’s largest sporting… Read more »
On a cold February day, Bethany Lee, Communications Manager at the Town of Caledon, takes a tour of the Caledon Equestrian Park. She interviews Sherry Brake, Town of Caledon Project Manager and Craig Collins, Chair of the TO2015 Sport Organizing Committee (Equestrian). Click here to see the interview.
Carry the Torch! We’re entering an exciting time, as the Town of Caledon asks residents and business owners to nominate a torchbearer to run the torch through Caledon during the TORONTO2015 Pan American Games Torch Relay! Contest details There are six (6) nomination categories to choose from representing: arts and culture; age 60+; sports; unsung… Read more »
November 10, 2014 marks another milestone as the steel arrives at Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park for Phase III of construction. Craig Collins explains the importance. TO2015: Another Milestone from Town of Caledon on Vimeo.
At the Council meeting on September 9, 2014 Caledon Council adopted the Caledon Tourism Strategy. The Strategy provides a plan to enhance and expand local tourism opportunities and experiences and identifies potential Pan American Games legacy opportunities in order to support community vibrancy, local economic growth and resiliency, based on the following principles: Collaboration Geo-tourism… Read more »
The Town of Caledon and The Rotary Club of Bolton invites all Caledon residents to the Grand Opening of The Rotary Club of Bolton Peace Park. Peace Parks are being constructed across the country as a tribute to the United Nation’s peace keeping mission. The Rotary Club of Bolton initiated Caledon’s own Peace Park in… Read more »
On May 24, 2014 a Latin Media Delegation visited Caledon to get a tour of the facilities and view first hand the preparations for the 2015 Pan American Games. Hear their impressions of the region and facilities in the video below.
May 30, 2014 | For Immediate Release Join us on Saturday, July 12, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Caledon Equestrian Park as we celebrate the TO2015 Pan Am/ParaPan Am Games coming to Caledon in 2015! The free festivities offer something for everyone – bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the park!… Read more »
May 21, 2014 | For immediate release Market relocated to increase community vitality The Bolton Farmers’ Market, formerly known as the Caledon Farmers’ Market, has been relocated to Mill Street, Bolton. The Market opens June 14, and operates every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The opening day party will include family activities and… Read more »
For immediate release Ten-time Olympian and nine-time Pan American Game’s medallist, Ian Millar, says Caledon Equestrian Park “is the best Pan Am facility I’ve ever seen and the best that’s ever been.” Millar made his comments during the 2014 opening competition at the Caledon Equestrian Park. “This is going to do so much for the… Read more »
Have you ever visited the Town of Caledon? If so, they want to know about your experience.The Town of Caledon is currently undertaking a Tourism Study and is gathering information from past visitors to understand your impressions and experiences in order to determine current needs and priorities as it relates to developing tourism opportunities.Please complete… Read more »
News Release | April 7, 2014 Come on Caledon, Let’s Be the Heart of the Games! Volunteer recruitment now open for the 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games Hey Caledon, are you eager to represent your country and community and play a role in hosting the largest international multi-sport event ever held… Read more »
The Town of Caledon Parks and Recreation Department along with its partners the TORONTO 2015 Pan American/Parapan American Games Organizing Committee (TO2015), The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Equestrian Management Group are pleased to announce that a contractor team has been selected for the next phase of construction at the Caledon Equestrian Park. Led… Read more »
For immediate release – 10 July 2013 Celebrating the Town of Caledon’s 2-Year Countdown to the TORONTO Pan American Games The Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association is pleased to take part in the Town of Caledon’s Two-Year Countdown to the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games. For over 17 years, the Town of Caledon and… Read more »