The Ontario Apple Growers (OAG) are inviting families to attend a Winter Apple Ball in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the McIntosh apple (and its delectable descendants) at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel.
One of the most picturesque settings in the south of France proved to be memorable for artist David Peacock. “We were staying in France outside of Aix-en-Provence and we drove to Montagne Sainte-Victoire where Cézanne painted many, many times,” recalls Peacock. “It was a dramatic sight ““ it was wild and open and windy and stormy.”
Ceramic artist Katia Liberato Lemos brings a touch of whimsy to her work.
Hold up one of Katia's bowls and you'll see a gardener sprinkling tiny red hearts from a watering can, on another she's hand-painted a girl at the beach with her blue dog and another has a bird perched on a woman's nest-like hair. Her multi-coloured creations: platters, bowls, mugs and vases, playfully pay tribute to wildlife like dragonflies, birds and bees.
It's not often a child looks outside of their own world to see the struggles of others but 11-year-old Oakville resident Alex Dinsmore is not like other kids.
Lolë, an active wear brand inspired by well-being is now in Downtown Oakville with Lolë Atelier.
Visit Springridge Farm on May 31 to celebrate the release of Frankie Ferragine (aka Frankie Flowers) and Bryce Wylde's new book, Power Plants: Simple Home Remedies You Can Grow.
John Koletic of Koletic Designs in Campbellville doesn't necessarily live on the edge, but his furniture is all about it.Koletic specializes in “live edge” furniture, notably dining room tables, coffee tables, desks and cabinets.
The MS Society celebrates the 35th year of the MS Read-A-Thon, the Society's longest running fundraising program.
The Bronte Rocks Regatta is back for another year of yacht racing, food and entertainment in Oakville's Bronte Harbour.
Baby wraps have been around for years. But when a young mother wanted one handwoven, Ruth Thoem stepped up to the challenge.