Category Archives: museums

Anne Frank travelling exhibit and theatrical production in Stratford, Ontario – 2015 Season

Theatre season is in full swing at the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario. Home to North America’s largest repertory theatre, it’s not uncommon to spot celebrated actors such as Colm Feore and Cynthia Dale both on and offstage, in the … Continue reading

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Garden Gazing in Toronto

I’ve never been a gardener. But boy do I love flowers. An obvious influence must be that my childhood century home in the country sat on just shy of an acre of green grass, with  a glorious potpurri of wildflowers … Continue reading

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Done with winter? Celebrate spring with these five winter-busting remedies

It’s beginning to look a lot like…spring!  Canada Blooms opens in Toronto on March 10th. Brighten  your day and take some time to smell the roses…and lilacs and daffodils and…. (The following article was originally published March 26, 2014) There’s … Continue reading

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Praha moments in the Czech Republic

I knew my inaugural trip to central Europe’s Czech Republic would be a good one when my KLM flight served ice cream on the plane. It was ginger, to boot; my favourite flavour. I was headed to the Czech Republic … Continue reading

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Peterborough & The Kawarthas – Ontario

http://4thlinetheatre.on.ca/ http://www.canoemuseum.ca/ http://elmhirst.ca/ Lock 21 is the tallest liftlock in the world, and some say it’s haunted! http://peterboroughghosthunters.webs.com/theliftlocks.htm This keylime cupcake with cream cheese icing is undoubtedly the best cupcake I’ve eaten. The owners love cycling just as much as … Continue reading

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