In The Hills
Get ready for outdoor fun, arts and crafts, sports and more with these March Break Camps and activities.
Find the best Summer Camps and March Break Camps in Orangeville, Caledon, Shelburne, Bolton, and Mulmur at In The Hills
Get ready to embrace the colder weather with backyard rinks, tales from the Arctic, Alton Mill’s Fire & Ice festival and lots more winter fun.
Dumplings shaped like half moons start in a menu inspired by the tasty traditions – and midwinter optimism – of lunar new year celebrations.
Meet three of the key members of the In The Hills team – Jim Stewart, Liz Beatty, and Elaine Li – who contributed to our winter issue.
In the final instalment from our archives, we’ve selected a number of stories that embody the kindness and the neighbourly compassion that has helped our small towns grow and flourish.
Here’s to the hard-working folk who are passionate about helping others, and making our communities a great place to call home.
Delve into mysteries, romance, suspenseful sagas, books of poetry, historic journeys, and maybe even a pinch of psychedelics in this year’s roundup of locally produced literature.
Get your kids reading during the holidays – and year-round – with this selection of stories for budding bookworms, written by local authors.
Don’t miss out on the festive fun – get your mitts out, grab a hot cocoa, and enjoy the hometown holiday celebrations.
Check out what’s in season this autumn at In The Hills, with award-winning apple pies, fall events, hikes in the forest, and lots of new food and drink to try.
Introducing three of the talented people – Don Scallen, Alison McGill, and Rebecca Weston – behind the autumn issue.
A look back on how we’ve covered the pleasures and concerns of country life over the last three decades.
Ethically pasture-raised beef; maple syrup
Certified Naturally Grown medicinal herbs: fresh, dried and tinctured in personal and wholesale amounts
Meet three of our dedicated In The Hills team members: acclaimed writer Dan Needles and our two advertising gurus, Erin Woodley and Roberta Fracassi