7 Things To Do This Weekend (July 26th – 28th)

Theatre, Causes, and Pancakes!

The Cenotaph Project

Theatre By The Bay’s production of The Cenotaph Project is a new and interesting way to look at Barrie’s military history. It is a play about the fictitious lives of some of the soldiers who lived in our city. For tickets and information check out their website!

Related: Community Spotlight: The Cenotaph Project

Donate Blood

Your weekly reminder that summer can be a tough time at the blood clinic! Donations slow down during the nice weather but they don’t have too! Book an appointment today and help save a life!

Blueberry Pancake Festival

Who doesn’t like a delicious and fluffy stack of pancakes drizzled with silky-smooth syrup? The Knights Of Columbus and Barrie Hill Farms are teaming up to bring the Blueberry Pancake Festival to Barrie on July 27th and 28th from 8 AM to 3 PM. Get a complete breakfast from $8 ($5 for kids under 10) and all proceeds go to support Hospice Simcoe!

Ride For Down Syndrome

If you like your bikes with a motor and your rides with a purpose, then Ride For Down Syndrome is the perfect event for you! Head down to the Barrie Legion on July 27th for breakfast, BBQ lunch, prizes, silent auction, and a scenic ride, all in support of the Down Syndrome Association of Simcoe County!

Collingwood Elvis Festival

If you ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog or perhaps are a jailbird who prefers to rock, you won’t want to miss the Collingwood Elvis Festival from July 26th to 28th! Get your tickets now for the worlds biggest Elvis festival!

Orillia Summer Block Party

Downtown Orillia is blowing the metaphorical roof off with their Summer Block Party! Sidewalk sales, music, karaoke, kids activities, water fun, night market and more! The event takes place July 27th from 9 AM to 9 PM and is free to attend!

Buddy Paddles Simcoe 2019

A “paw-sativly” wonderful and unique event will be hitting Leonard’s Beach in Innisfil this weekend! Join participants in a 25k (with options to join for 10k, 5k, and 2k) paddleboard across Lake Simcoe with Buddy the retired service dog! Leonard’s Beach is the ending location and there will be lots of vendors, food, and music to enjoy! More details on the COPE Service Dogs website!

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