Galerie Q invites you to an incredible two-day event

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Our very own “Peintre au chapeau” Yvon Lemieux is travelling from Québec city to give his art followers an opportunity to experience art making up close. Watch Lemieux create in real time and engage with him as he produces two works of art over the September 30th weekend.  Guests will … Continue reading

Kim Turney Introduces Trendy Handbag Style to Peterborough Area

Kim Turney Introduces Trendy Handbag Style to Peterborough Area
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It’s not like Kim had nothing else to do.  A real estate agent in the Cavan Monaghan area is not sitting around in this real estate market.  Her daughter Carla introduced Kim to this sassy young Canadian company founded by Natalie Dusome, a young mother looking to build a business … Continue reading

Cody & Kelsie’s Veggy Patch

Cody & Kelsie’s Veggy Patch
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These young siblings started their entreprise at a young age. Kelsie was in Mrs. Fallis’ grade 2 class when her teacher arrived to purchase some produce and found her young student manning the market stall in front of the family home. As would any good teacher, Mrs. Fallis recognized a … Continue reading

Local Mental Health Challenges Continue

Local Mental Health Challenges Continue
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  Despite a growing awareness about mental health thanks to high profile media programs and a wide variety of educational programs offered in schools, corporations and to the public at large, the problem seems to be growing.  The recently released Vital Signs report on the Greater Peterborough area reports that … Continue reading

From Summer to …Fall?

From Summer to …Fall?
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  Ah, fall: crisp days, cool nights, leaves changing colour, birds heading south; taking sweaters out of storage, shaking out warm blankets in preparation for chilly slumbers. Occasional early morning frost on shady rooftops, maybe even a few drifting flakes of snow toward the end of the month. Wait—what? If … Continue reading

Marie Stevens Opens Your Eyes with Makeup Techniques

Marie Stevens Opens Your Eyes with Makeup Techniques
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Marie has always had style.  Tall and striking, she can slip her hair into a pony tail, don a pair of big sunglasses and a sun hat and look like she belongs on a fashion cover.  Now she is building a home business using her skills to make others look … Continue reading

Slightly smaller Ontario apple crop volume this year, but quality will be excellent

Slightly smaller Ontario apple crop volume this year, but quality will be excellent
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Ontario’s apple crop volume will be slightly lower this year compared to last, but the fruit will be larger, juicier, and more colourful. That’s what Ontario’s apple growers are seeing as they prepare to harvest the 2017 crop along the shores of Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Georgian … Continue reading

Long Wait Lists and New Services at Centennial Place

Long Wait Lists and New Services at Centennial Place
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  Centennial Place is a privately owned Long Term Care Home operated by AON of Peterborough, and part of a local family-owned company that builds, owns and operates a variety of residential and commercial properties. Their buildings include a family of residences for seniors, with four long term seniors’ residences … Continue reading

Millbrook & Area Garden Club’s October Meeting

Millbrook & Area Garden Club’s October Meeting
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With the copious spring and summer’s rains all kinds of interesting fungi have appeared in area gardens and woodlands. Come and learn more about this often overlooked fantastic world from Irka Dyczok who is passionate and knowledgeable on this subject on Wednesday October 6th, 2017 at St. Thomas Anglican Church, … Continue reading

A Peek Inside Mother Nature’s Medicine Cabinet

A Peek Inside Mother Nature’s Medicine Cabinet
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Fall is, traditionally, the best season for hiking (although this year has been stifling!). Nonetheless, getting out to enjoy the fall colours will no doubt be a focus for many in the coming months. While out enjoying the vibrant flora and diversity of nature, consider that approximately 80% of medications … Continue reading

NASA may build a magnetic shield for colonizing Mars

NASA may build a magnetic shield for colonizing Mars
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Mars lies at an average distance from Earth of 225 million kilometers. But the latest idea for making the Red Planet habitable for humankind seems even further out. The problems that must be surmounted are that Mars has no rotating molten iron core to produce an electromagnetic shield and it … Continue reading