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Theatre Orangeville Dreams Big

Jun 20, 2019 | Johanna Bernhardt

Professional actors, amateurs, young people and people with developmental disabilities come together on an outdoor stage for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Anthony Jenkins

Jun 20, 2019 | Signe Ball | Artist in Residence

After moving to Mono in 2012, Anthony began writing and illustrating for this magazine.

Field Notes for Summer 2019

Jun 20, 2019 | Janice Quirt | Field Notes

Artistic pursuits, outdoor yoga, farming fun and a kiddie hike!

Retirement Advice for the Self-employed Landowner

Jun 20, 2019 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

Age 65 came and went without a gold watch or a cake, or any of those earnest speeches assuring me how much I would be missed.

Air & Earth Design jeweller Heidi von der Gathen at work in her expansive Orangeville studio. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Meet the Maker: Heidi von der Gathen

Jun 20, 2019 | Tralee Pearce | Made in the Hills

An Orangeville jeweller casts nature as the star of her striking one-of-a-kind pieces.

Summer Picks

Jun 20, 2019 | Janice Quirt | Made in the Hills

What we’re shopping for this summer in Headwaters.

Home is Where the Art is

Jun 20, 2019 | Tralee Pearce | At Home in the Hills

When entrepreneurs and artists Jocelyn Burke and James Webster renovated Jocelyn’s childhood home in Horning’s Mills, they laid the perfect groundwork for a well-curated life.

Poet on parade: Harry Posner. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Day of the Poets

Mar 19, 2019 | Anthony Jenkins

Orangeville’s festival promises to “saturate the air with poetry.”

This amber vase was specially cut by Robert Hughes, Jack’s twin brother, for his wife. Such one-of-a-kind pieces are highly valued by collectors. The glasses with the ruby-red bases, cut on blanks from a one-off shipment from Czechoslovakia, are likewise valued for their rarity. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Corn Flower Glass: New Life for a Canadian Icon

Mar 19, 2019 | Ken Weber | Heritage

A stunning display of Corn Flower glass is turning heads in a brand new gallery at the Museum of Dufferin. Why this impressive collection has its home in Dufferin and how it got there is a remarkable story of creativity, commercial success and delightful coincidence.

Tiger Swallowtail 8" x 10" ~ by Tracey Lawko

Tracey Lawko

Mar 19, 2019 | In The Hills | Artist in Residence

Award-winning textile artist Tracey Lawko creates landscapes and still life in thread.

North Is Freedom: The Legacy of the Underground Railroad is a photographic essay from Czechoslovakian-born photographer. Photos by Yuri Dojc.

Field Notes for Spring 2019

Mar 19, 2019 | Janice Quirt | Field Notes

Get gardening, outsmart the competition, clean up and spark more joy!

Champlain Slept Here

Mar 19, 2019 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

There was something totally manic about Champlain. He crossed the Atlantic some 27 times without losing a shipmate.

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