author: Dan Needles illustrator: Shelagh Armstrong
WHEN THE SNOW FINALLY RETREATED THIS PAST SPRING, someone made a grisly discovery on a secluded lot at the edge of town.
OUR MUST, MUST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS a broad range of events, festivals, activities and galleries that contribute to the diverse character of the Watershed region.
Look beyond the garden gate in Black River and you’ll find hardworking optimists of all ages, working together, cherishing the past and building their own histories in this tenacious rural community
Studio tours offer an intimate look into the lives of our local artists.
Though Entomo is known locally, it turns out that the Norwood bug farm is also one of the top cricket producers in the world
author: George Smith illustrator: Lee Rapp
IT’S ALL OVER, FOLKS. THE END IS NIGH. DAMNATION AND PERDITION. The “real Public Enemy No. 1” is poised to destroy our youth. Prepare for a tsunami of “sudden, violent, uncontrollable fits of laughter” quickly morphing into “emotional disturbances” culminating in acts of “shocking violence”.
1953. Louis St. Laurent was Canada’s Prime Minister. Elizabeth Windsor was crowned Queen of England.
I AM ALONE WITH ONLY THE SOUND OF NATURE AROUND ME - the diagnostic clucking of a chipmunk, the explosion of wings as a ruffed grouse takes off, the flute-like melodies of a wood thrush sifting through the trees.
author: Jeff Bray
WELCOME TO THE LOCAL FOOD & DRINK SCENE where Watershed shares its secrets and discoveries. Our region is blessed with creative chefs, restaurateurs, vintners and purveyors. Watershed’s Food & Drink Scene trumpets their accomplishments and celebrates their innovation.
author: Cecilia Nasmith
ANJA HERTLE DESCRIBES HERSELF AS A HOARDER OF LOVELY BROKEN THINGS. The Grafton mosaic artist regularly combs thrift shops for dishware in bright colours or pieces with odd patterns, charming pictures, interesting textures, random words – all to be shattered or perhaps precision-cut in the service of her creations.
THE HEADWATERS OF THE SHELTER VALLEY CREEK START IN THE fourth and fifth concession of Alnwick-Haldimand Township.
|Writer, performer and speaker David Newland is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society with a lifelong passion…|