Volume 29, Number 3
This short hike in Clearview Township is perfect for a quick escape into brilliant fall colours, with gorgeous maple trees, a pollinator garden, and crystal waters that are the local brewery’s special ingredient.
A landscaper expresses his love of chess by carving oversized limestone and granite sets built to last.
Floral art, kitchen picks and metal art
Everything you need to know about what type of wood to burn, and how to source, store and stack it all.
Theatre Orangeville’s technical director, Lisa Lahue, gets her hands dirty as she helps create the imagined worlds that enchant theatregoers.
Before rural mail delivery was established in the early 1900s, nearly every village and hamlet in these hills had a post office.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s such a familiar question. We throw it out to the littlest of our littles, as early as age three or four, once their interests start to sparkle.
Getting the pill out of the package is just the first irritation with prescription meds.
For two architects who built thriving careers in Czechoslovakia, Canada and China, a contemporary home set against the sweeping vistas of Mulmur’s Pine River valley is their paradise found.
Try your hand at euchre, name some newborns and identify a dozen animals – plus a few extra brain teasers
Meet three of the creative people who fill this issue’s pages.
From the farmers’ market to the food truck, Rasmi’s Falafel has become a familiar name in Orangeville, sharing a ‘sunny taste of Syria’ since 2016