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Boating on Brome Lake over the years

Pierre Beaudoin, Foster Brome Lake is over 10,000 years old and at the heart of the ancestral territory of the Abenaki nation, which stretched from...

Changes at Tiffany Park

The Town of Brome Lake issued a statement on May 22 that it planned to amend the regulations at Tiffany Park (also called Tiffany...

Bard in the Park

Amanda Kellock has been launching sorties on the Bard’s borders since becoming the artistic director of Repercussion Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park in 2015. Gender...

Tour des Arts turns 30

Break out the bubbly and streamers! Tour des Arts turns 30, July 14 to 22. What began as a modest idea in the fertile mind...

Rowing club offers lessons

The local rowing club, Aviron Knowlton Rowing (AKR) is launching its first full year of operations for club/community rowing this summer. Rowing is a...

Family fun at Arts Alive! Knowlton

Not only is Arts Alive! alive, it is returning to Knowlton for a fourth edition, August 3 to 5. Details are sketchy as these...

Snake in peril

A rustling sound was emanating from a window well beside a driveway and the strange sound had to be investigated. The woman of the...

Perfection of a newborn fawn

How many of us have the chance to literally stumble over a new-born fawn while out for a walk on a trail close to...

Circuit de l’Abbaye is launched

Inaugurated on June 5th, the Circuit de l’Abbaye, is a 152 km long walk, or pilgrimage, on rural roads, passing through the towns of...

Two young cyclists with a promising future

Ludovic and Céleste Joseph are two young Knowlton residents whose parents operate La Cyclerie on Knowlton Road. They are in their first year of...