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Beautiful Path Lane Walkway Way In Summer Forest Park. Healthy Walking In Park Between Woods, Trees And Green Bushes.

Those Were The Days “All the Yesterdays Are Gone “

Those Were The Days “All the Yesterdays Are Gone “

Way back in 535 BC a Greek philosopher named Heraclitus made a profound statement, “you can never walk the same path twice”. I believe every one of us who have re-visited old homesteads, neighbourhoods or stomping grounds will attest his words to be not only sage insight but living truth. The Ambassador Bridge linking Windsor

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Top view of rows of paintbrushes laying on abstract colorful oil paint artwork.

Artists, Artisans and Art Shows You Won’t Want to Miss this Summer!

Cottage Country has numerous talented Artists and Artisans, crafting unique one-of-a-kind pieces that speak to the cottage country experience. Here are some of our favourites that you will want to check out this summer. Featured Artist Paul Chester – Art Gallery of Bancroft Paul Chester has been painting striking surreal landscapes and capturing natural beauties

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Paul Chester Studio

Paul Chester Evoking an Emotional Response

Standing in front of a painting and giving it your full attention allows you to get lost in the feeling and emotion it bestows upon you. Art provides many a tool with which to speak directly to the souls of others. Paul Chester is one of those gifted artists that is able to take an

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no more homework

Those Were The Days: “Summer Vacations”

“School days, school days, dear old golden rule days”. Elementary school was so much different back in the late 1939 and 40s when I was a student. Every kid from grades one to eight was stressed to the limits toward the end of June because that is when the final report cards were issued. Back

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In the Shoes of Peterborough’s First Settlers – 1825

European settlement in this area is documented as having officially began in the year 1825 (although some found themselves settling here earlier). Emigrants left harsh conditions in Ireland for a better life in Canada. In total, nine ships were used to transport 2,024 people across the Atlantic. However, the conditions in steerage – the hold

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black and white of the Edersee dam

Those Were The Days “Recognizing Our Heroes”

I have written in previous columns the many times I sat with my Dad at the kitchen table perusing news of the war. It was 1944 and I was creeping up on my tenth birthday, D Day was blazing across the headlines and Dad patiently explained the highs and lows of  WWII, the victories, the

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Need a lift?

Access to reliable, public transportation connects people in rural communities with businesses, food, education, jobs, training and healthcare. It also supports families and activities and helps our social lives! The Lindsay & District Chamber of Commerce supports the new three-point Expanded Rural Transportation Plan for the City of Kawartha Lakes. This plan has been drafted

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Put the “OM” in Mom!

When your Mom voice is so loud that even the neighbours brush their teeth and get dressed, you know it is time to r-e-l-a-x, unwind and get into a nautical state of mind. B-r-e-a-t-h-e and put the “OM” in Mom. “Om” is an important part of the word Mom as in yoga, it reflects the

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