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Winter 2021

Volume 28 Number 4

January Snow 12" x 18" oil on maple panel ~ by Krystle Moore

Krystle Moore

Nov 29, 2021 | Tralee Pearce

“Moody skies are one of my favourites. There’s so much going on, so much color.”

Field Notes for Winter 2021

Nov 29, 2021 | Johanna Bernhardt

Where to shop, craft, donate this season.

Like Manna from Heaven

Nov 29, 2021 | Dan Needles

There is a lot of waiting around with mushrooms, just like there is in the military or the theatre or government roadwork.

Elizabeth pours orange, blue and purple dye over a layer of snow covering a silk scarf. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Meet the Maker: Elizabeth Bryan

Nov 29, 2021 | Janice Quirt

This Orangeville weaver expanded her repertoire by making an outdoor sport of dyeing silk scarves in the snow.

Local Buys: Winter 2021

Nov 29, 2021 | Janice Quirt

Cozy knits, chic home upgrades and handcrafted kid presents.

Food + Drink Winter 2021

Nov 29, 2021 | Janice Quirt

Foodie gifts, a Caledon salumeria gem and an excuse for a cuppa cocoa.

Nicola Ross, Judy Wilson, Jen Palacios and Margaret Shier take a spin on the community ice trail in Inglewood. Photo by Fred Webster.

Ice Skating Outside

Nov 29, 2021 | Nicola Ross

Lacing up outdoors to hit the ice.

Free Calendars at Christmas

Nov 29, 2021 | Ken Weber

Collecting calendars was once a seasonal ritual on main street.

Call Me!

Nov 29, 2021 | Bethany Lee

So many old phone numbers came rushing back to me when I was doing some cleaning recently and found a tiny leather address book.

Jack and Margaret Fleetwood moved to a retirement residence when Margaret’s health concerns curbed her independence. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Is Now the Right Time for Congregate Living?

Nov 29, 2021 | Gail Grant

Driven by the huge baby boomer demographic, which is wealthier than any age cohort before them, the retirement community industry continues to innovate.

No Strings Attached

Nov 29, 2021 | Tony Reynolds

Jane Ohland Cameron’s colourful Muppet-like puppets set loose the creative imagination of kids and adults with developmental disabilities.

Carmel Hili has devoted his life to advocating for the homeless. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Carmel Hili

Nov 29, 2021 | Gail Grant

Carmel is currently involved in helping to sponsor and settle families from Iraq, Syria and Pakistan.

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