Trent Hills Grannies for Africa

The Trent Hills Grannies for Africa are having a jewellery sale on Saturday October 1 from 10am-4pm at St. John’s United Church in Campbellford. For more information please contact 705-653-0164

Geocaching is in Cordova Mines!

But what is Geocaching? It’s an outdoor adventure that happens all the time, all around the world. To play, just download the Geocaching app to your smart device or use a handheld GPS unit. You can then navigate to cleverly hidden containers called geocaches. There are millions of geocaches waiting to be found, all over […]

HAVELOCK STONE HALL SESSIONS CONCERT SERIES

Havelock Stone Hall Sessions Concert Series – September 25th at 2:00 pm. Experience the songs and stories of “Cousin” Gibbard Suede, a mysterious, enigmatic poet, songwriter and performer from parts unknown, at the Old Stone Hall, Highway 7 and 6th Line. Tickets and information at universe.com/shs0925. The Sessions were founded in 2019 by area singer-songwriters Ron Marshall […]

Local Author Vanessa Westermann – Cover Art

On Saturday, June 4th, 2022 join local author Vanessa Westermann and Cormorant Books in celebrating the launch of Vanessa’s cozy mystery, Cover Art! About this event Author Vanessa Westermann will be discussing her charming, witty, and suspenseful mystery, Cover Art, in conversation with Marian Misters with Sleuth of Baker Street on June 4th at 1pm […]

A view from the ridge part 5

A View From The Ridge By Cheryl Gallant Firsts are always memorable…for any number of reasons. First date, first car, first home…the list goes on. Although the farm in Cape Breton was not our first home together, the Christmas of 1999 brought its own memorable “firsts.” We arrived on the fifteenth of November and immersed […]

A view from the ridge part 6

A View From The Ridge By Cheryl Gallant A couple of days after our arrival in Cape Breton, we made the trek along the scenic highway that clings to the shores of the Bras D’Or Lakes to deliver our friend John to the Sydney airport. I remember clinging to him, just like those lakes to […]

A View from the Ridge part 7

A View from The Ridge By Cheryl Gallant We lost the century-old barn on our Ontario farm to the ravages of time and weather not long after we bought the property.  My love of all things old and historic made me feel the loss greatly, as I imagined what stories and memories it may have […]