This year marks the 15th Anniversary of the Meaford Culture Foundation (MCF), a not-for-profit independent charitable organization, staffed by volunteers devoted to the preservation and advancement of arts and culture in our community.
Through this pandemic, many of us have come to appreciate the value of
Thank you to John Maida and Tuesday Deon for contributed photos
"The moon has awoken with the sleep of the sun. The light has been broken; the spell has begun." (A quote from Midgard Morningstar)
One could be forgiven for doing a double take last Saturday October 23rd
There is a plant which always signals the coming of Fall before all others. It is the Sumach (also called Sumac), one of the most prevailing plants throughout Canada.
In late September and early October the Sumach starts to show its brilliant red fall colour. On
“Our need will be the real creator” wrote Plato in the Socratic dialogue Republic. That phrase eventually morphed into the well-known proverb “Necessity is the Mother of Invention”.
Fast forward to 2020 and the world found itself in the midst of a pandemic. New ways of
The Georgian Bay Association and Georgian Bay Forever are hosting a series of free Saturday morning online webinars called “Extreme Water Levels: Impacts and Strategies”. Taking place on October 23rd, November 13th, and December 4th, these 2-hour webinars will feature expert speakers in science and
The McIntosh is of considerable commercial significance to the Southern Georgian Bay Area.
The McIntosh apple has been grown in Ontario since the 1880’s. In the 20th century it was the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and the eastern United States, as well as in the Okanagan Valley
Raised by my Grandmother in rural Nova Scotia I have no stronger memory than the one of being greeted on the doorstep after returning from school. Yes, by my Grandmother, but also by the scent of her fresh-baked bread or cookies. It wafted out the
If you are among the many of my generation that use social media, your go-to is probably Facebook. While Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and others are also popular, a lot of us find Facebook to be the comfortable place to peruse through posts and articles, and
JSGB thanks Amanda Swick and the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre for this great introduction and photos of autumn at Wye Marsh
While the Wye Marsh is known to teem with life and vibrance under the summer sun, there is a different kind of beauty to be
This piece follows The Story Behind The Beach: A Grain Of Sand published on August 5th
Wasaga Beach is known primarily for the beachfront, but there are other areas away from the beach that are hidden gems. As you paddle the Nottawasaga River through a bend not