Volume 20 Number 2
As part of our 20th anniversary celebrations, we’ll feature profiles of those who make up the In The Hills family.
For museum curator Wayne Townsend and Theatre Orangeville artistic director David Nairn, it’s been an exhilarating ride.
There’s nothing more exciting than the chemistry of getting in a room and playing with people.
Birdwatchers like me are notoriously nerdy, and the essence of this is a fascination with lists.
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.
If for some crazy reason, you have not been to a performance at Theatre Orangeville, or not explored the rich local history at the museum, you’re missing out on two of our most exceptional local treasures!
Comments from local engaged readers.
The disappearing landscape has become a recurring theme, painted in oil or acrylic on canvas which is a return to the roots of her painting.
My son came home one weekend early last spring and asked, “Why don’t you plant some grapevines here on the farm, Dad?”
Building bridges, whales, walls of stone and Orangeville’s sesquicentennial celebration!
Males and females, including married couples, slept and ate separately.
On the green with golf legend Sandra Post.
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