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@ Gravenhurst Library: gardening books

GRAVENHURST —… Spring is right around the corner, so why not get a head start on planning that garden!
The Gravenhurst Public Library has some great options for all types of gardening needs.
How to buy the right plants, tools

Potter, gardner Johnathan Bullock speaker Mar. 18 at Gravenhurst Horticulure

GRAVENHURST — Come on out to the Gravenhurst Horticultural meeting on Mar. 18 and enjoy meeting Johnathan Bullock, potter and gardener.
In the late 1990’s Johnathan purchased the big old house at the corner or Royal and First Streets in…

@ The Gravenhurst Library

Gravenhurst Public Library has some fantastic events scheduled for the March break which is quickly approaching. From Friday March 7th to the 14th we have great programs such as Under the Sea Adventures, Origami with Lisa or join us for…

Pecoke byproduct of tar sands new threat to environment

Dear  Editor:…
Petcoke? What is it and why should I care?
Petcoke or petroleum coke is a powdery by-product of heavy oil refining. 
Recently, an expanded refinery on the Detroit River in Michigan has been processing Alberta tar sands crude

Grow a garden in your kitchen Feb. 18

GRAVENHURST — Come on out to the Gravenhurst Horticultural meeting on Feb. 18 and see what can be grown in your kitchen. Learn to grow sprouts and micro greens.
Find out why sprouts are so good for you, and how…

Dr. Sale new chair of Muskoka Watershed Council

New Muskoka Watershed Council Chair Peter Sale presents outgoing Chair Patricia Arney with a certificate of appreciation in recognition of her commitment and dedicationwhile serving as MWC Chair since 2012. (Photo by Lyndsie McGregor)

BRACEBRIDGE –… The Muskoka Watershed Council has a new chair.
At its meeting held on Friday, January 24th, the board elected Dr. Peter Sale as chair.
He replaces Patricia Arney, who completed her two-year term.

Scott Greer’s passing big loss for Bent River

Dear Editor:…

I was working on a letter to the editor regarding “federal budget planning.”
But my thoughts were elsewhere.
Today my family and I attended a church service in Windermere for Scott Greer. Scott passed away a few days

In 2014 Canada Blooms is ‘going wild!’

GRAVENHURST – Come and see how talented garden designers, builders and floral superstars interpret the theme of “wild.”
They will create stunning showcases with vibrant colours, alluring fragrances, and captivating designs to overtake your senses.
Over the years, Canada Blooms…

@ Gravenhurst library

GRAVENHURST – The Gravenhurst Public Library not only has hard copy books and eBooks, but did you know it also has audio books?
Audio books are great when you might not have the time to sit with a cuppa and…

Sally Ann kettle drive meets $35,000 target in Gravenhurst; but letter campaign short

Dear Editor:

Re: Christmas campaign…

December has once again come and gone, and so have the red “kettles” and chiming bells of The Salvation Army for another year.
The new year has arrived, bringing the very pleasant task of giving

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