Many events have been postponed or changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit the event's website for full details.

Plan your visit around one of our popular annual events to enjoy a unique experience in our vibrant community. You'll want to come back year after year!  

Check out our schedule of events

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Orangeville Farmers' Market

Open every Saturday from May to October, the weekly Farmers' Market reveals an abundance of local goodness.  Meet the farmers and producers, bakers and makers while enjoying the bustle of a spirited community. The market moves indoors during the winter months.

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Blues and Jazz Festival

This 'Top 100' festival is the community's largest annual event and features over 90 renowned and award-winning performers on four stages in our historic downtown. Since 2003, the festival's popularity has grown steadily with its inspiring program.

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Celebrate Your Awesome

Pride and diversity day in Dufferin County is celebrated in June with live music, entertainment and vendors. 

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Indigenous Peoples Day

Dufferin County Cultural Resources Circle hosts this free, family-friendly event with music, artisans, drummers, and dancers.

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Orangeville Rotary Ribfest

Sink your teeth into summer. The event features live entertainment, a midway, vendors, and of course, delicious ribs. 

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Taste of Orangeville

The culinary event of the summer features tasty sampling menus created by some of Orangeville's best restaurants.

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Harvest Celebration

The end of the outdoor market season is celebrated with market bounty, trick or treating, haunted houses and more.

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Moonlight Magic

Welcome the holiday season in downtown Orangeville with the tree lighting ceremony, free family activities and live entertainment.

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Christmas in the Park

Get in the holiday spirit with a visit to this spectacular display of lights in Kay Cee Gardens, every night in December.

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Great Canadian Pondspiel

The Orangeville Curling Club hosts an old fashioned outdoor curling experience at Island Lake Conservation Area.

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Maple Syrup Festival

Taste the sweetness of spring at Island Lake Conservation Area. Tour the sugar bush with the entire family.