Friday, December 2, 2022

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On My Bookshelf: This Is How We Love, By Lisa Moore

A Review by Beth Ryan Aitken Like a movie that starts with a shocking scene, then widens its story to the larger picture, Newfoundland author...

The Arts Blossom in a Meaford Garden

On Saturday, August 27, the second annual Arts in the Garden was held at The River House on Miller Street in the Municipality of...

Meaford Food Bank and Outreach Looks to the Future

Lately, it is impossible to ignore the impact of inflation. From the grocery store to the gas pump, the cost of everything has risen...

The Harvest is In!

As the days grow shorter and the leaves begin to turn, the volunteer gardeners of Meaford’s Community Garden are reaping the rewards of their...

Meaford Artist Rocks The Toronto Outdoor Art Fair

Meaford artist Suzette Terry knocked it out of the park at the 61st annual Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, held at the City Hall’s Nathan...

On My Book Shelf: The Apollo Murders, by Chris Hadfield

A Review by Beth Ryan Aitken There is an old adage for authors. Write about what you know! And in The Apollo Murders, author Chris...

On My Bookshelf: The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune

A Review by Beth Ryan Aitken As I picked books for this column, I have tried to include different styles and genres. A political thriller,...

Virtual Applause for the Georgian Bay Symphony

By Jen Burak A big congratulations to everyone involved in supporting the music of the GBS! On Sunday, May 1, the Owen Sound Arts and...

On My Bookshelf: The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray

Review by Beth Ryan Aitken Have you ever considered assuming a new identity? Perhaps thought, “I’d be more successful if I were a different ethnicity....

Where Will Meaford Service Providers, PSWs, & Workers Live?

By Peggy McIntosh, on behalf of the Meaford Chamber of Commerce In February 2022, the Meaford Chamber of Commerce sent out a survey to...

Craig Gallery Celebrates Meaford Artists

by Jen Burak There is a new show in town, at the Craig Gallery. A veritable feast for the eyes and food for the soul....

The Old Oak at Leith Church Cemetery

By Charles Killin and Helen Solmes In last week’s issue of The Meaford Independent, Helen Solmes and I described our trek through the municipality in...

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