The Collingwood Imperial lighthouse was constructed from 1855-1858, one of 6 built on the Great Lakes. For over 160 years it has been a welcoming sign to our sailors, Laker freighters and a reminder of our shipbuilding past. Today, the Nottawasaga Lighthouse Preservation Society (NLOS) is dedicated to restoring this important part of Collingwood’s history. Part of their ongoing fundraising efforts, the NLOS would like to invite you and your family to join them in a fun filled day at Devil’s Glen Ski Resort.
Winterfest 2018 is their inaugural event.
Friday, January 26.
The NLOS has put together a very diverse list of activities for every member of a family to enjoy. Downhill Skiing on 25 runs, Cross Country Skiing on 24 km of groomed trails,
Snowshoeing, “Fat Bike” riding, Ski Demos and more.
Along with breakfast, lunch and après, there will be a “Birds of Prey” exhibit (always a crowd pleaser from the University of Guelph), a commemorative photo booth, and a silent and live auction featuring a trip for two to Big White (courtesy of Squire Johns).
For more information please visit www.lighthousewinterfest.ca |E|