Tag: summer

Palm Beaches: Arts and Entertainment

Festivals, Films and Famous Names Fill Calendar, January – June 2018 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 16, 2018) — Along with 47 miles of pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches and an abundance of sunshine, The Palm Beaches in South Florida are home to a diverse and robust arts and entertainment scene. The Palm Beaches boast more […]

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Nature and Outdoor Activities in Charlevoix

  Repère boréal Repère Boréal offers a nouveau genre “Glamping” experience in unmatched comfort and unique architecture, modern and audacious. Repère boréal’s 4-season dwellings stand out thanks to their accessibility, their intimate character and their opening to nature. 3 new Maikan homes were recently added to the original 5. Their exterior siding is made of […]

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New Accomodations in Charlevoix 2018

Hôtel et Pavillons du Petit MANOIR du Casino A fresh breeze blows at the Petit Manoir du Casino with the addition of 46 new guestrooms in the hotel for a total of 189 units. The D. Beaubien hall being intended as a multi-purpose hall accommodating up to 200 people, is available for greeting groups. Now […]

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Dancing Bass Lodge, Lanark County, ON

“Dancing Bass” Lodge – the the name says it all… the place should be rich for fish and all day water fun! It was so desired escape from the bustling life of the large city… Dancing Bass Lodge is located in beautiful Lanark County, quite easy to access from major roads and only about 30 […]

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Group of Seven in Stone Cellar Restaurant

Every summer we try to make a few local trips to explore our province and  one of the regions we love to visit is Lanark County, which offers perfect combination of small towns, cottages on the beach and wild life. And after spending couple days in the cottage (“The Dancing Bass” Lodge cottage) we went […]

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Puppets making workshop with Noreen Young

Puppets Making Workshop with Noreen Young Last summer we planned to visit the International Puppet Festival, which is held annually in Almonte, Ontario. Unfortunately this year’s Festival was cancelled due to shortage of funds –  however we found out that it is possible to have  a puppet making workshop, which was a very attractive idea. We […]

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Farmstead experience on Blue Hen Farm

After the four and a half hour drive from downtown Toronto we arrived at the Blue Hen Farm.  Right at the turn we saw an old cupboard filled with jars of homemade preserves and a sign “Honk for Service”…  And we saw the farmhouse in the opening between trees. Farmers Jeff and Leslie greeted us […]

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Big water Bucket Bingeman's Splash Park

Exploring Waterloo- Bingeman’s Big Splash

After lunch at the (nearby) Boston Pizza, we came in to the Bingeman’s Big Splash. After changing into our bathing suits we stepped out on to the deck exited about all of the slides that awaited us. They had many slides to choose from and better yet, the height restrictions are very reasonable so that […]

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Exploring Waterloo- Bingeman’s Big Splash

After lunch at the (nearby) Boston Pizza, we came in to the Bingeman’s Big Splash. After changing into our bathing suits we stepped out on to the deck exited about all of the slides that awaited us. They had many slides to choose from and better yet, the height restrictions are very reasonable so that […]

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Family trip to African Lion Safari

First opened its doors to the visitors in 1969 , since than African Lion Safari went through a lot expansions and animal additions… About 6,000 visitors come here daily to see the exotic animals that are roaming free in the fields or just enjoying the warm summer day in their artfully created habitats on land and […]

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