Authors Articles by Eva Fisher

Articles by Eva Fisher

Eva Fisher
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Eva Fisher is a savvy marketer who understands regional tourism and the power of partnerships and buying local. Eva was previously the General Manager of Kawartha Country Wines, a premium fruit and grape winery in Buckhorn, as well as Manager at The Kawartha Store, a clothing and shoe store in Fenelon Falls specializing in Canadian-made fashion. You can contact her at
Enjoy spring in the Kawarthas by picking up your plants and flowers at Griffin's Greenhouses in Selwyn. You can also visit the Buckhorn Spring Craft Show (May 20 and 21) for handmade crafts and artisanal goods, or head to Westwind Inn in Buckhorn for a spring getaway with your favourite person. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW)

A wealth of choice awaits you this spring in the Kawarthas

Featuring the Buckhorn Spring Craft Show, Griffin's Greenhouses in Selwyn, and Westwind Inn in Buckhorn.
Cutting the ribbon at the newly renovated Innovation Cluster space at VentureNorth on April 19 (left to right): Fleming College president Dr. Tony Tilly, Peterborough Mayor Daryl Bennett, Peterborough M.P.P. Jeff Leal, Innovation Cluster Board Chair John Desbiens, Peterborough-Kawartha MP Maryam Monsef, Innovation Cluster President and CEO Michael Skinner, and Trent University Vice-President of Research and Innovation Dr. Neil Emery. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW)

Innovation Cluster launches new downtown Peterborough workspace for budding entrepreneurs

April 19th grand opening in VentureNorth building showcases The Cube business incubator.
Waleed Dabbah of Hampton Financial with Stuart Harrison, President and CEO of the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce. Waleed has brought an arm of the international payment processing business to Peterborough. (Photo: Eva Fisher)

Waleed Dabbah of Hampton Financial wants to save your business money

Free point of sale terminals, low fees, no contracts ... and helping our local pet population.
This month, sommelier Chris Wilton provides KNosh readers with tips on wine pairing (photo: Chris Wilton)

KNosh News – April 2017

Featuring Wilton Wine Consulting, Church-Key Brewing, The Sweet Kitchen, Hobart's Steakhouses, and Olympus Burger.
Local food entrepreneurs are coming together to support the entrepreneurs of the future at the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame Culinary Showcase on May 25 at The Venue in downtown Peterborough. The Magic Rolling Pin will serve meringue nests with lemon curd and fresh berries. (Photo: The Magic Rolling Pin)

Sample local cuisine at Junior Achievement’s Business Hall of Fame

Tickets now available for event honouring past and present entrepreneurs May 25 at The Venue in downtown Peterborough.
The Millbrook Business Improvement Area (BIA) has produced a new short film that shows off the beauty and vibrancy of Millbrook. The BIA is hosting an official launch party for the video on the March 29 at Madison's Place in downtown Millbrook. (Photo: Patrick Stephen / Millbrook BIA)

The secret behind Millbrook’s new tourism video

Millbrook BIA launches new promotional short film on March 29
Ken Kirkby, General Manager of Super 8 Peterborough, has been a board member of Regional Tourism Organization 8 (RTO8) since 2011. Becoming a board member is a great way to have your say in the future of tourism in our region. RTO8 is currently seeking 10 volunteer board members from across the Kawarthas Northumberland region. (Photo: Eva Fisher / kawarthaNOW)

Will you be the next voice shaping tourism in Kawarthas Northumberland?

You have until April 26th to apply for a spot on the RTO8 Board of Directors.
New dessert bar Sweet Spirits, opening in downtown Peterborough in May, offers elegant desserts with a kick (photo: Sweet Spirits)

KNosh News – March 2017

Featuring Sweet Spirits, South Pond Farms, Sophia's Kitchen, and The Food Forest.
River and Fisher Stevenson are big supporters of PTBO Needs, a local group founded by Jennine Hadfield and Amy McLeish that collects donations for a different charity every month. The two brothers were inspired to get involved in January after they saw a person in downtown Peterborough asking for spare change and their mother Sherry told them about the PTBO Needs Facebook campaign for The Warming Room.

Two Peterborough women team up to help a different local charity each month

Amy McLeish and Jennine Hadfield launched PTBO Needs to make supporting local charities easier.
Two young soup fans enjoy the offerings at last year's Lindsay SoupFest. This year's event takes place on February 25 at the Victoria Park Armoury. (Photo: Youth Unlimited SoupFest Committee)

KNosh News – February 2017

Featuring Lindsay Soupfest, Viamede Resort, Persian Empire Distillery and Liquor Store, and the Peterborough Axe Club.

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