Volume 25 Number 4
Rylee McKenna and her mom run Orangeville’s Strong Girls Club, which focuses on confidence building, mindfulness and women’s rights.
Orangeville’s Laura Jotham has been a tireless community educator, helping Headwaters learn about the role of service dogs for the visually impaired.
Going for the big one: At the ice fishing derby on Island Lake, the lucky ones win a prize – or at least go home with supper.
Our annual review of new books by local authors & illustrators.
In her new production, Across the Pond, singer Leisa Way steps up to the microphone to sing classics from The Beatles, Sting and Petula Clark.
Our annual review of new recordings by local musicians.
How private archivist Alison Hird’s work is helping one family reflect on their personal history – and preserve it for the future.
What makes your old family heirlooms or bric-a-brac museum-worthy? It’s all in the story they tell.
The mission of the museum, theatre and magazine is to tell and preserve our community’s stories – our history, our drama and our daily lives.
Letters published in the Winter 2018 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Fascinated with the mysteries and origins of the universe, Ricky says, “It is my hope to reconcile scientific thinking with spiritual imagination.”
All-Day breakfast, Seven Fallen Feathers, an Orangeville classic is closing and what is more fun than a salad bar?