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Apsley Autumn Studio Tour returns in September for its 28th year of celebrating Ontario...
COVID-safe annual event on September 18 and 19 features 28 artists and artisans located in 13 studios across North Kawartha and Wollaston townships, with a new app to help you enjoy the tour.
Bailieboro’s Walton Wood Farm and Pontypool’s South Pond Farms launch new brand collaboration in...
'Farm friends' Leslie Scott and Danielle French team up to expand Walton Wood's product line with South Pond's gourmet food products.
Peterborough porch concert series supports local performers during the pandemic
'Waiting for the right porch' concerts on Bonaccord Street run August 6, August 20, and September 3 this summer.
Newly revitalized Peterborough Axe Club reopens after a challenging year of pandemic hurdles
Owner Carlo Raponi shares the raw truth about his pandemic challenges, including closing the Lindsay location,
Campbellford’s Westben welcomes back live music audiences on the July 30th weekend
Westben's 'Welcome Back Weekend' features open-air concerts by local Trent Hills musicians, Lemon Bucket Orkestra, and Robert Michaels,
Peterborough’s Liftlock Paddle Co. helps families enjoy the outdoors close to home
Owner Taryn Grieder rents equipment so people can paddle through the Peterborough Lift Lock and more.
Omemee’s ‘Emily Garbage Shark’ paddles Pigeon River picking up trash along the way
Christine Hoogkamer shares photos on Instagram of the garbage she removes from the water near Emily Provincial Park to educate and inspire others.
Rare restaurant in downtown Peterborough continues with their backlot patio this summer as indoor...
Owners Kassy and Tyler Scott are committed to a hyperlocal dinner menu influenced by shopping trips to local farmers' markets.
Peterborough-area residents urged to stay vigilant as Ontario enters step three of reopening
Medical officer of health says susceptible children and unvaccinated adults can continue to fuel clusters and outbreaks in step three.
Indigenous-led culture-based private school will open this September in Nogojiwanong-Peterborough
'Sage and Sunshine' owner, lead teacher, and principal Ashley Wynne is also raising funds to support eight low-income urban Indigenous families with tuition costs.