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St. Paul’s online congregation is growing

Few institutions have been affected more by COVID-19 than churches. With older congregations, hymn books and communion, most churches have had to close their...

Joie de Lavande how a dream became reality

As we emerge from the long winter and lockdown, many of us need nature to restore our spirits. What better place in TBL to...

Enjoying the lake over 50 years

Douglass Beach has a long, complex history. Before 1945, there was no public beach on the east side of the lake, though locals went...

The gems of Brome Lake’s watersheds

Donald Joyce, Renaissance Brome Lake Brome Lake is a magnet; from its agricultural beginnings, it has drawn citizens who respect the natural charm and beauty...

The plans for the Library: up on the roof

Lea Curley, Pettes Memorial Library We hope you enjoy this second instalment in our series on things to come at Pettes Memorial Library. It’s no fairy...

Painting Birdhouses to grace the “Sentier Féérique”

Alexandre Hackett A collection of colourfully painted birdhouses, each one customized by local families or volunteers, will be exhibited along Coldbrook path’s Sentier féérique and...

Tour des Arts highly anticipated this year

Mark Zimmerl, a longstanding artist and current treasurer of the tour says, “you can feel the energy” as artists prepare for the 32nd edition...

Delightful donkeys

Residents of West Bolton since November 2019, Christiane Tétreault and Normand Beaudry left the city for a property on Bailey Road. Their aim was...

The community and Museum unite for a good cause

Alison Marks The BCHS Adopt-an-Artifact event, which happens throughout the month of August every year, is the museum’s most important fundraiser. The concept of having...

Founder of Maple Lodge a woman ahead of her time

The wonderful summer memories at Maple Lodge that began in the 1930s, were created by a remarkable young woman, Beatrice Louise Berry (nee Baker)....