Things to do in Orillia in January 2019
January is a great time to reflect, relax, and unwind as you soak in all of your holiday memories. Don’t worry if you are looking for something to do, there is still plenty going on around Orillia this month!
Gather your family and friends and check out some of these fun winter events and festivals:
When: Saturday, January 5th, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Hardwood Ski and Bike, Oro-Medonte
What Is It: For both the avid skier or the beginner, come out to demo day to test out some of the latest and greatest equipment in the sport. A variety of retailers will be on-site offering demos of their ski equipment along with their expertise.
Hardwood Ski and Bike in Oro-Medonte
When: Saturday, January 12th
Where: Hawk Ridge Golf & Country Club
What Is It: Enjoy an evening of celebration of everything Canadian hosted by OMAH’s History Committee. The evening will feature guest speaker Sally Armstrong, author, journalist and human rights activist. Tickets are $60.
Hawk Ridge Golf & Country Club in Severn
When: Saturday, January 19th, 8:00 pm
Where: Orillia Opera House
What Is It: Enjoy an evening of music and dance with The Mudmen, Canada’s family-oriented Celtic rock band.
Mudmen in Concert in Orillia
When: January 25th – 26th
Where: Bayview Wildwood Resort, Sparrow Lake / Severn Bridge
What Is It: In memory of Judd Taylor, this 14th annual pond hockey tournament is a 2-day round robin tournament taking hockey back to the basics on a frozen pond. Proceeds benefit Sarcoma Research at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
Taylor Cup Pond Hockey Tournament
When: January 31st– February 4th
Where: Various Venues throughout Barrie & Simcoe County
What Is It: Conclude your month the right way! Attend The February Blues Festival for a full weekend of live music, great food, and an array of venues throughout the region.
The February Blues Festival in Simcoe County