Michele Green is a freelance writer who lives near Belfountain.
The Dufferin Dance Network brings dance to people – and people to dance.
Sensory gardens engage the senses and reduce stress. Textures, such as the soft, furry leaves of woolly lamb’s ear, encourage touching…
Nurse Myra Bennett travelled by foot, horse, dogsled and boat, she provided isolated communities with their only source of medical assistance.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls…
Step right up to see the amazing, zany, dark, chaotic and upside-down farce: The Comedy of Errors.
From the street you’d never know it – but behind these two Orangeville homes are gardens of magical delight.
Pat’s work will be included in an exhibition called Stitches Across Time at Dufferin County Museum and Archives this spring and summer.
A Caledon East resident, Louise retired ten years ago from a career in human resources with Environment Canada, specializing in values and ethics.
A registered Canadian charity, Achill Choral Society began as a community choir in 1982.
It is no secret that the enjoyment of good food and good company creates lasting social and emotional benefits.
A modest log cabin and a grand Victorian farmhouse merge history in Caledon, thanks to Helen and John Mason.
Michelle Grierson and Kerri-Ann Paradis Hutton use bold, contemporary dance to explore emotional and social boundaries. The result will be performed by a collective of young dancers this summer.
Each year Jane Ohland Cameron writes and directs and new play for aspiring young actors at Theatre Orangeville.
Local Heroes: Jane Helie & Tammy Clark have cared for a feral cat community over the past ten years.
For more than 40 summers CACY has been introducing local kids to their artistic sides. The CACY Fine Arts Show, granddaddy of the local fall art shows, helps make it all possible.
Hold on to your hats! The weather, she-is-a-changing. Global warming is exacerbating Canada’s gloriously variable weather, adding a growing current of concern to our favourite topic of conversation. It’s been more than two decades since the “big tornado” hit these hills in 1985, but in recent years the incidence of smaller tornadoes, high winds and violent storms has escalated.
Two self-taught Caledon gardeners have created a kind of boutique garden centre, where the emphasis is on natural, organic, drought-hardy – and gorgeous.
Those who have reached out to Africa tell a powerful story of hope amid despair.
It is difficult to know when enough is enough with a collection. But when it has taken over every available shelf, countertop and dresser, it could be time to re-evaluate.