Authors Articles by Paula Kehoe

Articles by Paula Kehoe

Paula Kehoe
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Paula Kehoe is the owner of Red Rock Communications, a boutique communications agency that specializes in a range of promotional, publicity, writing and digital services. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Women's Business Network of Peterborough as External Communications Director. You can follow Paula on Twitter at @pkehoe1 or visit www.redrockcommunications.ca.
While wedding planning can have its hectic moments, the experience as a whole is supposed to be fun, not nerve-wracking. The Monocle Centre for the Arts and Down to the Last Details (pictured) can help make the planning process easier for you, from your bachelorette party right up to your wedding day. (Photo: Danielle Meredith Photography)

Tying the knot? Two local event planners can help kickstart your wedding planning into...

Featuring The Monocle Centre for the Arts and Down to the Last Details.
Treetop Trekking Ganaraska is an adrenaline-pumping playground of nine ziplines and 42 games or obstacles including wooden bridges, Tarzan swings, balance logs, hammock nets and tightropes as high as 70 feet above the ground, enough to excite any daring outdoor enthusiast. (Photo: Treetop Trekking Ganaraska)

Swing by Treetop Trekking Ganaraska for an extreme adventure among the treetops

Zip line and obstacle courses high above the ground offers extreme fun, thrills, and a workout in Ganaraska Forest
With summer finally here, now is the time to explore what our own backyard has to offer. We've selected two extraordinary experiences worth adding to your bucket list: ZimArt's Rice Lake Gallery and The Hutchison House Living Museum in Peterborough. Pictured is ZimArt's Rice Lake Gallery, which sits on a five-acre property and is home to 300 hand-carved Zimbabwean stone sculptures, the most comprehensive collection in Canada. (Photo: ZimArt's Rice Lake Gallery)

Two bucket list destinations to see in the Kawarthas this summer

Featuring ZimArt's Rice Lake Gallery and Hutchison House Living Museum.
This summer, Kawartha Potters' Guild is offering a Clay and Play camp program for youth, a fun-filled week of clay and exercise activities. Every day, campers will spend some or all of the day creating with clay, guided step-by-step by qualified instructors through the process. (Photo: Kawartha Potters' Guild)

Get the kids fired up this summer with Clay and Play at the Kawartha...

Meditative and focused craft offers youth the opportunity to mold clay creations.
If you're looking for a summer camp that's a little less run-of-the-mill and a lot more interesting, here are some options offered at the Peterborough Multi-Sport Club and at the Art Gallery of Peterborough guaranteed to teach your child an impressive new skill this summer. Pictured is a young artist making art in the studio at the Art Gallery of Peterborough, which offers many opportunities for campers to have fun drawing, painting, and printing while at camp. (Photo: Art Gallery of Peterborough)

Unique summer camps offers kids the opportunity to try something new

Featuring Peterborough Multi-Sport Club and the Art Gallery of Peterborough.
Summer is the time to let your child express themselves and try something new -- whether that be ceramic arts, stop motion animation, or horsemanship -- and there's no better place to nurture it than art and equine summer camps. The Art School of Peterborough allows children to experiment with painting, drawing, pottery, sculpting, mixed media, and crafts using a variety of art materials. (Photo: Art School of Peterborough)

Art and equine summer camps are guaranteed to transform your child

Featuring the Art School of Peterborough and Partridge Horse Hill.
From horseback riding to sports to history, there's no shortage of summer camps in the Kawarthas for every child's interest. Ultimate Sports Camp, offered in partnership with the Peterborough Rugby Club and the City's Recreation Division, introduces campers to non-contact rugby as well as archery, giant-ball soccer, cricket, disc golf, ultimate Frisbee, tennis, Aussie Rules football, and basketball. (Photo: City of Peterborough Recreation Division)

School’s almost out: summer camps in the Kawarthas for every child’s interest

Featuring Seven Pines Stables, City of Peterborough Recreation Division, and Kawartha Settlers' Village.
This summer, Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough continues its tradition of offering visual and performing art camps for kids and youth. Green Roof Theatre Camp with Dan Fewings enables children to explore their imagination through theatre games, writing, music, movement and masks. (Photo: Bradley Boyle / Market Hall Performing Arts Centre)

Inspire your child’s inner artist this summer with Market Hall’s Creativity Camps

Summer stage set with a variety of visual and performing arts camps for kids and youth.
WBN members browse silent auction items at the 2015 Holiday Gala and Auction Fundraiser. For this year's gala, the organization has raised it fundraising goal to $20,000 in response to the urgent need in the community to support women and their children escaping situations of violence and abuse.

Women’s Business Network of Peterborough seeking donations for fundraising gala

$20,000 goal at December 7 event to support women and children in crisis at YWCA Crossroads Shelter.

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