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Prince Edward County Lavender is an established destination in the heart of wine country! The 6,805 square foot home includes exposed beams and wide plank flooring. Each of the 4 B&B suites have an ensuite bathroom + independent heating. The farm crafts an assortment of lavender products, distilling and selling them on-site. With 8 of 50 acres currently planted, the site offers tremendous...

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Across from 1625, County Rd 24 Once in a lifetime opportunity to have a 750 ft. beach on Lake Ontario at Soup Harbour. 2.6 acres of treed privacy and a gorgeous waterfront. Hard rock bottom and incredible clear water for summer time fun. MLS ® ID#:200874 

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Following a successful birth in Main Street, Hatch Gallery recently relocated to larger premises at 8 Stanley Street Bloomfield, in order to have more space to display paintings and to host events. One of the first of these was a “performance” by Callen Schaub in which Callen took the risk of producing artworks in front of a live audience. David grew up in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough and...

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In her beloved novel “Anne of Green Gables,” Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942) has her irrepressible young heroine say, “Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think. It's splendid to find out there are so many of them in the world.” Well, there’s a hidden gem of a play in a small village northeast of Toronto in Durham Region that introduced us to a new kindred spirit – in...

Maud of Leaskdale: The Kindling of a Kindred Spirit - 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

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Think fermentation, and beer may come to mind. For others, it will be wine and spirits. Add cheese to the list. These obvious candidates form part of a long list of fermented products found in our everyday lives, yet many aren’t so obvious. You may be not be aware that many of the foods we consume regularly, go through a fermentation process. Think about coffee, yoghurt and bread which also fall...

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Lake Scugog Studio Tour…Join a Creative Journey. Spring has been a long time coming and I think I’m developing symptoms of cabin fever.  What’s the best antidote for cabin fever? Some work in the garden? Well, it should have warmed up a bit, but still not warm enough for planting.  I’d vote for an art tour, with the chance to get out and about, meet artists in their lairs, engage in...

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