Authors Articles by Paula Kehoe

Articles by Paula Kehoe

Paula Kehoe
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A regular contributor to kawarthaNOW, Paula Kehoe is a writer based in Peterborough. She is the owner of Red Rock Communications supporting brands with copywriting and content creation services. You can follow Paula on Twitter @pkehoe1 and Instagram @redrockwrites or visit www.redrockcommunications.ca.
Nestled on the shores of Clear Lake, and with more than 185 acres of wetlands, woodlands and meadows, Camp Kawartha's Outdoor Education Centre and summer camp (1010 Birchview Road, Douro-Dummer) is a natural for outdoor learning. (Photo: Camp Kawartha)

Get one step closer to nature with Camp Kawartha

Eco-friendly destination offers programs and retreats to connect you to the great outdoors all year long.
Susan Dunkley (right) is a long-time member of the Women's Business Network of Peterborough and often called upon to lead (and emcee) the organization's fundraising events. Here she is with WBN member and co-emcee Meghan Moloney at the network's Christmas Gala, an annual event that raises funds for YWCA Crossroads Shelter. (Photo: WBN)

Compassion and generosity a natural for the Women’s Business Network of Peterborough

WBN boasts an extensive history of support for YWCA Crossroads and many other local organizations.
The Women's Business of Network has made recruiting and retaining younger members a key strategy for the organization, including ensuring more young businesswomen are part of the organization's Board of Directors. Pictured are Paula Kehoe, owner of Red Rock Communications and WBN External Communications Director, and Sana Virji, co-founder of Ribbet and founder of Streets of Canada and WBN Program Director. (Photo: WBN)

The next wave: Peterborough’s young businesswomen embrace networking at WBN

Organization has a strategic plan to attract and welcome today's generation of young entrepreneurs.
This fall, Champions Gymnastics in Peterborough continues its tradition of offering recreational programs for kids and youth. Gymnastics is one of the best activities for contributing to the overall development of a child as it provides the foundation for participation and success in all other athletic activities. (Photo courtesy of Champions Gymnastics)

Champions Gymnastics lays the foundation for future success in any sport

Fall program registration now open for your child to build physical skills and confidence in a friendly, kid-focused environment.
This 3,800-square-foot property at 250 Riverside Drive is steps to Pigeon Lake, a popular destination for cottagers.

realestateNOW – Get that country feeling with this contemporary in-town bungalow close to Pigeon...

Listed with Hunt4Dreams Realty Inc., 250 Riverside Drive is minutes from Bobcaygeon but seems a world away.
The annual Buckhorn Fine Art Festival and its tradition of world-class art returns to the Buckhorn Community Centre Friday, August 18 to Sunday, August 20, marking the 40th anniversary of the festival combined with Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation. 3,000 people are expected to attend over the festival weekend, rounding out one of Ontario's favourite outdoor summer events. (Photo: Buckhorn Fine Art Festival)

Buckhorn Fine Art Festival celebrates 40th anniversary with special Canada 150 exhibit

Annual art festival returns to Buckhorn Community Centre from August 18-20 with more than 80 exhibitors.
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.

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