Tony Reynolds is a freelance writer who lives happily above Broadway in Orangeville.
What Goes Around Comes Around
A primer on the rivers of Headwaters
Here’s the Rub! Firefighter Christian Horner is spicing up menus in the hills and beyond.
At Community Living Dufferin, the arts open up exciting new ways of communicating – and strutting their stuff to the world.
What could be more Canadian than lacing up to play on the pond?
For three vintage aircraft enthusiasts, slipping “the surly bonds of earth” in their restored Tiger Moth was an unforgettable experience.
For the dedicated foodie and oenophile on your list, get tickets for one of the themed dinners and wine tastings with The Wine Coaches at Gourmandissimo in Caledon East.
Enjoy a classical outing the whole family might enjoy, consider tickets to the Moscow Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty at the Rose Theatre in Brampton on March 6.
Consider stepping up the romance with couples’ waltz and tango lessons!
When you want a hostess gift or simply some pure indulgence for the family try one of these sweet shops!
To get you started on your own local shopping adventure, we’ve put together some ideas on gifts for the home chef.
Dogs aren’t fussy, they’ll be deliriously happy with anything – even socks and a sweater!
Get out there, get cold and warm up with great pub food with a focus on local suppliers
There is so much to find in the hills, and so much fun in the finding!
My wife Susan and I decided to double up on the challenge by restricting ourselves to gifts not only purchased locally, but also produced locally.
Enthusiasm is part of every activity at the Headwaters British Car Club. Someone suggests a drive through the Pine River Valley the next day with lunch at the Terra Nova Public House.
Behind the Victorian façades above Broadway lives a lofty community devoted to the many delights of downtown living.
The creamery was where The Banner is now. Every two weeks Mom would send me over to pick up three pounds of butter and a large can of buttermilk.