What’s Happening This Weekend

Here is what is Open this Weekend, get out and support local Restaurants and Shops




The Orangeville Farmers’ Market pickup will set up in the Tony Rose Parking Lot from 9-10 on Saturday, (look for the MARKET flags). Deadline for orders is TONIGHT at 6pm. For full details and vendor information visit .https://downtownorangeville.ca/january-9th-farmers…/ 


Support our local restaurants and enjoy real food at reasonable prices. Here is  list of restaurants in Downtown Orangeville who are open for take out and delivery. Visit https://downtownorangeville.ca/covid-19-open-for-business/


Elliott Tree Farm  Winter Weekend Trail Program Starts this Saturday, January 23rd. 4.5 km of trails. Please bring your own equipment. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Open 9 am to 4 pm. Cash only. $9 per person. Children 3 and under free. Please follow their COVID -19 safety procedures for a safe and fun outdoor trail experience. Visit https://www.elliotttreefarm.ca/winter-weekend-trail-program/ for full details


Teen Ranch is pleased to offer winter outdoor adventures for you and your family to enjoy this winter! Lockdown-friendly activities provide a chance to get your family outdoors, play together, explore the beautiful Teen Ranch landscape and get in that much-needed outdoor fitness and mental health break.  https://mailchi.mp/teenranch.com/winteractivityadventure


Trail Rides – Ages 10+ January 9 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Horseback riding through the beautiful Headwaters region in Caledon. Maximum 10 people including staff for keeping with government restrictions. One-hour in length. Walk/trot (if comfortable). https://teenranch.com/programs/horses/trail-rides/


DeJa Vu Diner is offering boxed meats, frozen vegtables, breads, baked goods and home made soups. 318 Broadway Avenue Orangeville  (519) 941-9652 http://dejavudiner.ca  


Curry Mantra is offering Free Meals to those in need. Please contact them at (647) 505-6213 for more details.