Bradford's Carrotfest has been ranked one of Ontario's top festivals for the past 7 years – but Friday's Carrotfest event was a family-oriented local event.
Bradford's own Cara Lea was the featured performer in Thursday's Music in the Park concert, presented by Vaughan Chrysler. Despite “severe weather” watches posted for southern Ontario, the outdoor concert went ahead in the parkette beside the BWG Public Library – a high energy concert that had the crowd singing along on favourites that included Swe
Carrotfest, the 19th annual “celebration of Bradford's roots,” starts at 4 p.m. this Friday, August 18.
The 52nd annual Georgian Bay Steam Show in Cookstown focused on more than just steam – even though the huge wood-fired steam engines produced by Canadian companies like Waterloo Mfg., Geo. White and Sawyer Massey were the stars of the show.
Eric Whitehead and his wife Karen have been working their way around the planet — building on their initial “road trips” with their kids, across North America, to now travel on their own to countries as diverse as Vietnam, and Peru.
There were a lot of changes at the fifth Bradford Ribfest, but one thing stayed the same: the ribs were just as good as ever.
A new art exhibit in Innisfil is re-imagining the memories of the community.
The Georgian Bay Steam Auto Gas & Antiques Association hosts the 52nd annual Georgian Bay Steam Show at their Cookstown club grounds, on the Civic Long Weekend, August 4-7.
Wayhome 2017 is underway.