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Enter our Pin & Win contest! We are giving away a Kindle Touch, a pedicure for two with lunch at the Spa at Elmhirst's Resort, a delectable gift basket worth $125 from The Body Shop Lansdowne Place, and weekly prizes of dinner and a movie at Johnny Eh's, $25 gift certificates from Chasing the Cheese and two sets weekly of family passes to Lang Pioneer Village. Over $1000 in prizes!
A national non-profit organization and several partners have produced a documentary film called "The Land Between", which will premiere in Lakefield on July 26. The Land Between is what ecologists call an "ecotone" — and a major part of it is where we live and cottage in The Kawarthas.
Liam Titcomb returns to Peterborough for the first time in several years to play the Red Dog Tavern on June 6th 2012. He returns with his new Extended Play single in hand, which is the forerunner to his new CD which will be out later this year. kawarthaNOW learned of Liam's Red Dog gig and connected with him to ask about his long awaited return to Peterborough, his musical connections here, and his recent round of songwriting.
Established in 2001, the wildly popular Canadian franchise WORKS Gourmet Burger and Bistro is coming to Peterborough and taking over the ground floor of the former Trasheteria building at 123 Simcoe Street at Water Street. kawarthaNOW.com wanted to know more about the WORKS and their expansion to Peterborough. We interviewed WORKS CEO Andy O’Brien and Peterborough franchisees Steve Stewart and Heidi Marshall in a recent telecall.
Publisher's blog May 2012 - We launch our new section! Welcome to the newest addition to kawarthaNOW.com! This month marks the launch of our new "Life in The Kawarthas" section. Our focus, and slogan, is "We live here". Our editorial plan is to celebrate The Kawarthas - our food, wine, people, music, arts, and our beautiful landscape and waterways.
A best kept secret and a fresh idea for your next meeting, school tour or cooking classes!