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Spring 2024

Volume 31, Number 1

Spring In The Hills

Mar 29, 2024 | In The Hills

Gear up for spring flings, loopy hikes, new food to try, and the Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival.

Little Things

Mar 16, 2024 | Signe Ball

When it comes to young people, is it always ‘out with the old, in with the new’? Not always, finds editor Signe Ball.

Spring Contributors

Mar 16, 2024 | In The Hills

Meet three of the dedicated team members – Janice Quirt, Don Scallen, and Cindy Caines Dillman – who worked on our Spring issue.

Letters – Our Readers Write: Spring 2024

Mar 16, 2024 | Our Readers

Want to share your thoughts or insights about our stories? Drop us a line – we love to hear from our readers!

Artist in Residence: Deb Menken

Mar 16, 2024 | Tralee Pearce

Delve into Mono artist Deb Menken’s vibrant florals, abstracts and rugged landscapes.

Field Notes for Spring 2024

Mar 16, 2024 | Johanna Bernhardt

Celebrate Caledon, volunteer on a farm and watch the life aquatic.

The Money Pit

Mar 16, 2024 | Dan Needles

Maintaning a home – especially a country home – is no easy feat for owners or their wallets.

A Magnificent Obsession

Mar 16, 2024 | Don Scallen

Collecting and nurturing remarkable trees has been a 30-year passion for Caledon’s Gary Haslett.

Let The Good Times Roll

Mar 16, 2024 | Tony Reynolds

As organizers, musicians and fans gear up for the 20th Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival in June, they reflect on the profound power of filling a small town with big sounds.

It’s Baby Season at the Wildlife Centre

Mar 16, 2024 | Don Scallen

The spring rush of young, orphaned or injured animals marks the start of another busy year at Procyon Wildlife and Rehabilitation Centre.

A Guide for Loopy Hikers

Mar 16, 2024 | In The Hills

In her latest book, Nicola Ross offers aspiring Bruce Trail end-to-enders 40 loop hikes from Niagara to Tobermory.

Alison and Jim

Mar 16, 2024 | Anthony Jenkins

Although her life is separated from artist J.E.H. MacDonald by nearly a century, Alison Douglas has come to know the painter with microscopic intimacy.