author: Dan Needles illustrator: Shelagh Armstrong
The topic of science rarely comes up at our dinner table now that my kids have cleared the public school system. there was a time when we talked of nothing else. our lives were governed by overdue science projects.
Our Must, Must, Must section highlights a broad range of events, festivals, activities and galleries that contribute to the diverse character of the Watershed region.
They can be luscious explosions of colour and fragrance or gentle pastels with little or no scent. there is a peony variety for every taste and virtually every temperate growing site and, with a modicum of care, they can live 50 to 100 years.
author: Denny Manchee
Her paintings are as vivacious as her personality, leaping from tables, walls and floor like a jazz riff in colour and bold brushwork.
author: Norm Wagenaar
BZZZAAAP!......another one gone! The neighbour’s purple-death-ray-bug-killing-zap machine carries on its gruesome work just a few metres from your bedroom window, accomplishing what, exactly?
There are events galore this summer. Here are ten to whet your appetite.
They’re black, flavourful, packed with nutrition and ripe for a comeback if this Brighton grower has his way.
author: George Smith illustrator: Lee Rapp
It comes as no great surprise that the high foreheads, who decide such things, have recently declared Canada to be (a) the second best country in the world in which to live and (b) the seventh happiest country on the planet.
As he wraps his arms around the largest string instrument in the orchestra, Dave Young fuses with his bass, his left hand a blur on the fingerboard, while his right plucks deep, mellow tones from the wooden giant.
author: Jeff Bray
Welcome to the local Food & Wine scene where Watershed shares its secrets and discoveries. Our region is blessed with creative chefs, restaurateurs, vintners and purveyors. Watershed’s Food & Wine Scene trumpets their accomplishments and celebrates their innovation.