Nominations are open for businesses, organizations, and individuals who have contributed to arts and culture in Orangeville.
Canada Day celebrations run from 12-5 p.m. at the Alder Recreation Centre on July 1, with fireworks lighting up the sky over Island Lake at 10 p.m.
Pianos can be on Town property, if applications are approved, for a maximum of three months from June 15 to September 15.
The Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival runs June 1-3, 2018.
A logo by Paul Hogeveen has been selected for Orangeville Transit.
The Railway Parkette has a striking focal point -- the Town's largest tree sculpture project.
The "Community Spirit" tree sculpture on Hewitt Street reflects activities in the neighbourhood park.
The Dragon Timber rises at 38 Broadway in a striking tree sculpture.
York Street couple sponsor new tree sculpture depicting the tree of life.
Residents thanked for contributing to Art Legacy Wall in Alder Recreation Centre.
Check out the large-scale mural in the atrium at the Alder Recreation Centre to see photography and art contributed by the community.
The Town of Orangeville has announced its Call for Artists for the 2018 Utility Box Art Display Program.
Lesley Barron is this year's recipient of the Heritage Community Recognition Award.
Residents and businesses participated in the Winter Lights Contest.
Do you know a property owner who should be nominated for a Heritage Community Recognition Award?