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Why Couples are Choosing Country Weddings

Sep 8, 2023 | Alison McGill | Community

Not only are nuptials in nature rustic and romantic, they’re also increasingly eco-friendly with couples creating stylish and memorable parties that don’t cost the earth.

How to Find an Officiant for Your Big Day

Sep 8, 2023 | Emily Dickson | Community

Need someone to preside over your wedding nuptials? Here’s the info on finding an officiant to help you get legally wed.

Stunning Countryside Wedding Venues to Tie the Knot

Sep 8, 2023 | Alison McGill | Community

Headwaters has no shortage of charming barns, farms and estates that make the perfect backdrop for a countryside wedding

Food + Drink Autumn 2023

Sep 8, 2023 | Emily Dickson | Food + Drink

As summer turns to fall, check out cool new mocktails, hot chili sauce, and savoury northern Indian street food.

In Pie We Crust – Three Apple Pie Recipes to Try

Sep 8, 2023 | Emily Dickson | Food

It’s apple season, and we have the scoop on transforming nature’s bounty into irresistible pies.

Caribbean Vibes In The Hills

Sep 8, 2023 | Emily Dickson | Community

Caribbean culture – from food to music and style – has made a home in Headwaters for newcomers from the Islands, their families and longtime residents alike.

The War Heroes of Headwaters We Must Not Forget

Sep 8, 2023 | Tony Reynolds | Heritage

A new exhibition at the Museum of Dufferin honours the history of service by veterans from Orangeville, Mono, Mulmur and more.

Meet the Maker: Wendy Mitchell-Burke

Sep 8, 2023 | Rebecca Weston | Made in the Hills

Belfountain potter Wendy Mitchell-Burke connects with her community and nature through clay.

Local Buys: Autumn 2023

Sep 8, 2023 | Janice Quirt | Made in the Hills

Check out the gorgeous mosaic trays, bud vases and wearable art made in the hills this autumn.

Goodnight Trees, Goodnight Garden

Sep 8, 2023 | Tralee Pearce | Country Living 101

The latest thinking in garden and lawn cleanup is all about doing a little less – which in turn does a lot more for pollinators, birds and your soil.

Erin’s Woollen Mill Trail

Sep 8, 2023 | Nicola Ross | Take a Hike

Take an easy stroll from Erin’s Main Street to the banks of the West Credit River, dotted with historic mill sites that date to the 1840s.

Caledon’s Biggest Thrift Store Thrives Thanks to This Secondhand Superhero

Sep 8, 2023 | Tony Reynolds | A Day in the Life

For Catherine Adair, Evolve Caledon’s tagline – Shift to Thrift – is a mission.