Our cold winters in Ontario can be much more enjoyable if we care to watch some of the fascinating birds who thrive in our cold winters.
Please join me while we delve into some of these brave little creatures and their habits, likes and dislikes.
Robin has always been artistic, and an astute female entrepreneur. Her first career was in interior design and decorating before becoming a successful financial advisor for 27 years in her hometown of Orangeville.
Fairs have existed literally since time immemorial. The earliest records date back to 500 BC in the Middle East. Originally they probably started out as the main way people could gather to buy and sell goods; religion and worship were also part of it.
Spit happens. This is the motto imprinted on the back of the shirt of every employee present for “shearing day” at the beginning of June.
Power can be found in the simplest places; the familiar and mundane can catch our breath because we’ve finally seen it in the right light or time of day – the one that reminds us to really look.
The legend of Casa Loma and its prominent place in the geographic and historical place in Toronto is shrouded in mystery and confusion, perhaps perpetuated by the fact that it was indeed designed as a “fantasy castle” by an eccentric millionaire in the heart of the city, changing hands in ownership many times over the course of a century.
Wychwood Park is a few minutes drive and an easy walk west, crossing Bathurst Street, from Casa Loma along Davenport Road. It is a private and gated residential community of about 60 homes, that was essentially one of the first of the planned communities in Canada.
Have you ever wondered, when you’re starting a project, or roaming around a store, which yarn is best? Whether you should look towards something natural, or stick with perhaps familiar synthetics? Think how much easier it would be, if when you do begin to wonder, there’s someone right there to provide the answer.
“Rail trail” is a term for the many bike trails made of either gravel or forest that criss-cross the Caledon, Orangeville, and Erin area. Other “road trails” are on concrete, and as the name indicates, are on paved municipal roads
At the end of the day, Local Pieces Gallery is about the community, it’s a space to bring together local artists and engage with them. One of Luke’s favourite parts of the process has been meeting people, seeing the way that they light up at various pieces they see and things they might not see anywhere else.
Located in the heart of the Niagara Escarpment, the Belfountain Conservation Area (also known affectionately as “Mack’s Park”) sits on the eastern edge of the cozy hamlet of Belfountain and the Park and was designated by the Town of Caledon as a heritage property in December 2020.
Not everyone is driven to create, though for those of us that are, you are likely familiar with the constant drive to do so. Whatever your medium, you create because it brings you joy to do so – and that is art.
So, you’ve got weekend or day visitors coming, and you need ideas? By no means an exhaustive list, this article aims at giving a few suggestions of the many fun outings in the area.
As with most artists, there is always something special about them. Everist has a cool charm about him while remaining elegantly humble. Beyond the fact that he is this wonderful man, his artwork is simply powerful, breathtaking, and well worth a trip to see it for yourself!
Sophie Vertigan’s work on the second season of The Umbrella Academy led to her to the pinnacle of her career when she became the first female Special Effects Co-Ordinator to be nominated in the Special Visual Effects category at the 2021 Emmy Awards, establishing a milestone and paving the way for women in the industry.