Blyth Festival Art Gallery

Three professional curated exhibitions, one non-juried community show and one secondary school student exhibition annually.  Located in the Bainton Gallery at Blyth Memorial Community Hall. For more information please visit www.blythfestival.com.

Courtesy of The Citizen

Annual Barn Dance Jamboree / Campout Weekend

Join the Barn Dance Historical Society for a weekend of Camping and Music all within walking distance of downtown Blyth. Held annually in May at the Blyth Campgrounds. For more info please visit www.thebarndance.ca.

Blyth Festival

Developing and producing primarily new Canadian plays that reflect a rural audience, the Blyth Centre for the Arts/Blyth Festival are now in  their 45th season. A wonderful summer tradition, the Festival is a definite must when you are visiting Blyth between June and September. For tickets and show information please visit www.blythfestival.com.

Courtesy of Blyth Festival/Terry Manzo

Exterior of Fashion Arts & Creative Textiles Studio

FACTS

The Fashion Arts & Creative Textiles Studio (FACTS) is an educational and innovative hub for textile, fashion and costume designers, artists and artisans across Ontario. The program offers classes, open studios and workshops at the community and professional level as well as networking, professional development and community events. FACTS believes that skills training, local resources and local production can help support a sustainable future for practicing artisans, designers and communities. For more information please visit factsblyth.ca.

G2G Rail Trail / Greenway Trail / Butterfly Garden

Enjoy a walk along the Greenway Trail, visit the Butterfly Garden and top it off with a refreshing drink and meal at one of our fabulous eateries! The G2G Rail Trail runs along former CPR railway land that stretches over 127 km between Guelph and Goderich. The Kissing Bridge Trail makes up 45 km of the eastern stretch of the rail line. The western stretch, which starts in Goderich, is made up of the Lake Huron Route and the Perth Harvest Trailway. For more information on the G2G Rail Trail please visit www.g2grailtrail.com.

Wet Your Whistle, Whet Your Appetite

Award-winning Part II Bistro offers catering services featuring locally sourced creative menus from a world-class Chef;  up-scale pub grub at The Blyth Inn; and, wood-fired pizza and other fresh and fun comfort foods at Cowbell Brewing Company.  Something to suit every palate.

Blyth Bike Tours

Learn all about the rich history of Blyth by taking a guided bike tour. 1 hour, 3 hour or family/private tours are available from July to September. Walking tours are also available. For more information please visit www.blythbiketours.com.

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Huron Pioneer Thresher & Hobby Association

Annual show the first weekend after Labour Day in September features exhibits, displays, music and events. For more information please visit www.blythsteamshow.on.ca.

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Associate Membership Application

Your application will be presented to the Board of Management at an upcoming BBIA meeting. BBIA meetings are most often held the first Wednesday of each month at 8 am.