Community comes together to celebrate the launch of Headwaters Inspired

June 29, 2018

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 »

Leadership change at Headwaters Tourism

June 28, 2018

After almost 9 years at the helm of Headwaters Tourism, Michele Harris (CEO), will be leaving the organization effective July 22nd, 2018 to take up the position of Director of Economic Development & Tourism with the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Under Michele’s leadership, Headwaters Tourism has become a leader in rural tourism development, and the… Read more »

Electric vehicle charging station installed in downtown Orangeville

June 22, 2018

Electric vehicles have been gaining popularity due to their environmental benefits and many electric vehicle owners make their travelling decisions with the availability of charging infrastructure front of mind, especially in rural areas of Ontario. To encourage visitations to the community while demonstrating the Town’s concern for our environment, the Town of Orangeville has installed… Read more »

Nominations open: 2018 Orangeville Arts & Culture Awards

June 18, 2018

The Town of Orangeville is currently seeking nominations for the annual Arts and Culture Awards. Since 2010, the awards have recognized businesses, organizations and individuals who have contributed to arts and culture in Orangeville.  Arts and culture can include visual, music, dance, film, theatre, or written mediums, but also embraces culinary arts, parades, festivals and… Read more »

Town of Mono becomes the 16th Bee City in Canada

June 18, 2018

The Town of Mono has been officially recognized as a Bee City. The 16th Bee City in Canada, Mono earned its designation by creating a pollinator garden and for its efforts to protect pollinators and promote native plants. Volunteers have been working on the Mono Pollinator Garden since 2016. This 0.8 hectare (2 acre) plot… Read more »

Headwaters Tourism launches 2018 “MADE BY AND FOR VISITORS” campaign

May 28, 2018

May 18, 2018 – for immediate release Business owners, tourism champions and some four-legged friends headed to Toronto to launch Headwaters Tourism’s 2018 marketing campaign. This year’s campaign builds on the award-winning Headwaters: Where Ontario Gets Real campaign that has engaged visitors since 2015. Watching and discovering, for the past three years, how visitors experience… Read more »

PGA TOUR coming to Osprey Valley!

May 26, 2018

The inaugural Osprey Valley Open, an official event on the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada, will be taking place this July 16-22 at Osprey Valley. The week-long tournament features an official 72-hole competition with a $200,000 purse plus a handful of other events, including an official Pro-Am. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Osprey Valley Open Participation… Read more »

Headwaters cider well represented at 2018 GLINTCAP Awards

May 19, 2018

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.  … Read more »