Join us on Friday, July 21 at 10:00 a.m. to get the butts off Wasaga Beach! Cigarette butts, that is.
Did you know that cigarette butts are the most littered item on Canadian beaches? Even when beaches are cleaned every day, cigarette butts are too small for standard equipment to pick up. They don’t biodegrade, so they stick around and leach toxic chemicals into the sand and water. That is, until they are picked up and ingested by wildlife — or a curious child.
We've teamed up with the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation to create a free toolkit to help communities stamp out cigarette butt litter. And thanks to Ontario Parks, the Environment Network, and Georgian Bay Forever, Wasaga Beach is using this toolkit to become butt free.
Come and learn more about the Butt-free Beach campaign, and help us stamp out cigarette butt litter.
Please remember to wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
Town of Wasaga Beach, ON L9Z 2B7
Beach Area #5 (874-902 Shore Lane)
Coffee lovers of Wasaga Beach rejoice, Starbucks has come to town. Located on 45th Street just south of Mosley St. on the west side opposite the Canadian Superstore. I'm a big fan of Starbucks and up until now have had to drive to Collingwood for my Coffee fix.
Espresso, cappuccino, frappuccino and more, now right here in the Beach. Free wifi of course, comfortable seating and an outdoor patio as well.
In addition, right next door, a St. Louis Bar & Grill is getting ready to open their doors. Known for their great Chicken Wings and more, this new Restaurant is also a welcome addition for residents and visitors to the Longest Fresh Water Beach in the world.
Mark your calendars for the 3rd Saturday of each month and join your neighbours and friends for a night of good company, music and dancing.
Details: Wasaga Beach Lions are hosting a dance on the 3rd Saturday of each month in the Lions Den at the Recplex. Our live entertainment is Davey K and the Klassics.
Doors open at 7 and music starts at 8pm.
Tickets are only $20. All profits go to Wasaga Beach Lions Projects.