Tourism and Events

Posted On Friday, September 17, 2021

The Municipality of Meaford Recreation and Culture facilities are preparing for the new proof of vaccination requirement that comes into effect on September 22, 2021 by the Province of Ontario.
Proof of vaccination (plus 14 days) and photo ID will be checked at the door for all events upon entry. The Province of Ontario has mandated this requirement for recreation and cultural events beginning Wednesday, September 22.
The Municipality will be following Provincial Health...

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Posted On Tuesday, August 24, 2021

fireworks2021 adWe had virtual fireworks on Canada Day but now we can do it live!
The Municipality of Meaford has a fireworks display planned for Friday September 3 rd starting at sunset.
This year for Canada Day a virtual fireworks experience was offered instead of the traditional Municipal fireworks display which is held every year near the Meaford Harbour. “We have not been able to do our in-person fireworks last year or this year for Canada Day because of COVID-19,” said...

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Posted On Monday, June 28, 2021

Fireworks 2015 (6)With Canada Day approaching, the Municipality of Meaford would like to remind those that are looking to set off family fireworks as part of their celebrations to stay safe and celebrate responsibly.
In our Municipality, family/consumer fireworks may only be used where they are a safe distance of 8 meters (18.4 feet) away from all structures and vehicles, and on private property. You can use fireworks in celebration of Canada Day from:
June 28th until July 4th, between...

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Posted On Thursday, June 17, 2021

canada day 1The Municipality of Meaford will be celebrating Canada Day virtually this year, and we hope you join us! By visiting www.meaford.ca/CanadaDay , you’ll find fun and activities for the whole family.
The Municipality of Meaford has received a grant in the amount of $4,680 from the Ministry of Canadian Heritage for our 2021 Canada Day celebrations. “This year is a special one! We are providing a virtual Canada Day celebration and working with many different local...

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Posted On Tuesday, May 25, 2021

PublicParkingOutdoor patios are returning for several restaurants on Sykes Street.
This summer, a limited number of parking spaces on Sykes Street are being converted to restaurant patios between Collingwood and Nelson Streets in downtown Meaford.  
The Province’s stage one of the three-tiered reopening plan, is expected to begin on June 14 which permits the outdoor dining for up to four people per table. In preparation for outdoor dining, on May 26 the Municipality...

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