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Caring for the lake over 50 years

By Peter Wade  As far back as 1968 it was reported in Brome Lake News that “Pollution Renders Lake Unusable for Second Time in 13...

WB Gold Farm: busy bees and Highland cattle

The buzz of the bees  Nancy Lanteigne and Syed Mohamed own WB Gold farm on Stukely Road in West Bolton.  Initially weekend residents on Bailey...

Glass Blowing with Recycled Clear Glass

Artisans around the world have been blowing glass for practical and artistic purposes for hundreds of years. There are currently 30 glass blowers working...

Les Filles du Coin – Where Creativity Flourishes

Stepping into this cozy bright studio/shop you get the immediate sense that this is a place where creativity thrives. Here, talented friends Anne Piché,...

Hosting Events from Her Sunroom

By Lizette Gilday  The advent of COVID has increased the speed at which people are moving from the city and working from home in the...

Dunham House relaunches Equine Therapy program

This spring, Dunham House will relaunch its successful Equine Therapy Program. In this program, a group of residents spend up to six weeks with...

Library Plans: the MediaLab

By Leah Curley, Pettes Memorial Library  As the Town of Brome Lake embarks on its revitalization plan for Coldbrook Park – right behind Pettes Memorial...

The Riley Fairholm Scholarship

After 17-year-old Riley Fairholm was shot on July 25, 2018, many people wanted to commemorate his life.  Tracy Wing, his mother, asked them to...

TBL Public Market opening soon

By Alison Marks  The 16th edition of the Brome Lake Public Market, organized by Marché d’Ici, will again be held in the parking lot of...

Cécile Giroux Archer 105 years young

How extraordinary to still be playing a formidable game of scrabble and, if it wasn’t for the restrictions of COVID, a remarkable game of...