The 2020 Belize Project has been a resounding success, thank you to everyone in the community. This year I was joined by Deacon Catherine Keating and her husband John, who are members of York Minster Anglican Church in Toronto. By mid-February, we have completed the concrete work at Christ the… Continue reading →
When I was a little girl, every time we passed a LOST CAT poster on a lamp post or bulletin board, my dad, who was a veterinarian, would have the same reaction. He would stop in his tracks, stare at the poster and crouch down so that he was speaking… Continue reading →
Brook Trout and Brown Trout inhabit our local trout streams. Brook Trout (speckled trout or brookies) are a native species, and Brown Trout are introduced from Europe. Both species provide great angling experiences and once you have caught a few, they can be easy to tell apart. First, Brook Trout… Continue reading →
A new organization is soliciting minor ball hockey players through flyers distributed through schools and social media activities using the name “Peterborough Minor Ball Hockey League”. This is NOT the local league founded and operated by volunteer extraordinaire Guye Vondette that has played in Millbrook for many years. This is… Continue reading →
Special guest speaker Fran Fearnley will share her experiences of Zimbabwe on March 6. Fran’s deep connection to this southern African country makes her the ideal spokesperson for this year’s World Day of Prayer event that brings the community together, in particular, but not exclusively, the people of Christian congregations,… Continue reading →
The Old Millbrook School Family Centre officially began in 2001, when it incorporated as a non-profit agency dedicated to the care, nurturing, and well-being of children. With the support of new provincial funding, the organization underwent a major transformation in the spring of 2018, when it began operating as one… Continue reading →
Last month, the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) launched a new video series called “The Ripple Effect”, which explores the impact artists and arts organizations have on their community including job training and creation and local tourism. It features our local theatre organization, using it as a prime example of the… Continue reading →
Behind Wayne Blaby’s affable, laid-back veneer is a go-getter. Even before he built his home on Ford Crescent more than 40 years ago, he was growing thousands of gladiolas for sale to local vendors while working at his day job at Intermediate Terminals in Peterborough. In his basement, there is… Continue reading →
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