Last Friday we were thrilled to be able to attend First Light at Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons. As like so many things our 2020 booking had been cancelled due to Covid.
While I understand that the remaining spots for 2021 are fully booked I do want
Photo Credit: Jim Sutton
Wind – a four-letter word to many, a blessing to sailors!
The Southern Georgian Bay Area has had more than its share of wind, one of Nature’s strongest and most destructive forces. The “Halloween Storm” of November 1st, 2019 is the most recent
Have you got those techie types on your Christmas list that you just don’t know what to buy for?
Believe it or not, most geeky types might just be the easier ones to buy for. Any tech is good tech and they would appreciate all and
A few years ago while visiting a friend in Florida we made a side-stop at at one of her favourite stores. It was an olive oil shop. Salads have never been the same. Neither have a lot of other culinary delights.
A selection of olive oils
Photo above: Indonesian Embassy Dancers
Thank you to Shelby Mulligan for this JSGB feature piece and photos
The Midland Cultural Centre (MCC) located in downtown Midland, Ontario is soon to celebrate its 10 year anniversary! Over the past 10 years, the MCC has hosted an incredible array of international
I started a new gig, and now spend a lot of time driving to and from Georgian Bay, Lake Simcoe, the Kawarthas and Muskokas. I witnessed the season change, gorgeous fall colours and some early snowfall – even before the clocks went back an hour.
Photo (Above) Credit: Patti Foley - Shelf cloud over Wasaga Beach, September 2021
CONCERNED ABOUT HOW THE CHANGING CLIMATE IMPACTS YOU IN WASAGA BEACH?
Fellow residents have banded together to form the Wasaga Beach Climate Action Team. The following was sent to JSGB for publication by Wasaga
Photo above: Front of the Market when I visited in late October
On the south side of County Road 92, between Elmvale and Wasaga Beach is nestled a beautiful little farm with big beautiful goals. Michelle and Henri Linde have made it their mission to make
Georgian Bay Forever is a charity dedicated to scientific research and public education on Georgian Bay's aquatic ecosystem. JSGB thanks GBF for submitting following piece which outlines some of the work they are doing to reduce plastic pollution getting into the Georgian Bay aquatic environment.
Few of us have not used the phrase “knock on wood” before. Ostensibly to protect us from something bad or evil, at the same time looking for something made of wood to knock against with our knuckles, and not really thinking why we were doing