Read articles from The Link, Autumn Issue, 2017

The Human Relationship with Nature

The Human Relationship with Nature

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Janet Jarrell | Paul Chester paints peaceful contemporary impressionist land and waterscapes. Inspired by the natural countryside surrounding his home in Keene, located in ...
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How to Make a Meadow

How to Make a Meadow

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by David Newland | Autumn is lovely in a meadow – a celebration of seeds and leaves. The trouble is where do you find a ...
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Comedies, Musicals and Drama

Comedies, Musicals and Drama

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Joanne Culley | Northumberland Players bring the best in musicals, comedies and drama to theatre lovers in Northumberland County and beyond. This community theatre ...
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Coming of Age

Coming of Age

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Josie Newman | Three Peterborough-area female artists have collaborated on an exhibit which celebrates the aging woman as a powerful and wise force. “As ...
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A Festival of Music

A Festival of Music

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Sharon Harrison | Robert Wright describes it as “a feast of classical and jazz music” and is clearly proud of the festival he put ...
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Scarecrows and Illumination: Fall Fun

Scarecrows and Illumination: Fall Fun

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Sharon Harrison | Krista Dalby is well known throughout Prince Edward County and beyond for the many hats she wears: puppeteer, playwright and ...
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Bakery on Wheels

Bakery on Wheels

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Joyce Higgs | Four years ago, after travelling the world together, Graham Thoem and Jessica Arsenault decided to settle in Lakefield and found ...
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Healthy Kale Chips for Snack Food

Healthy Kale Chips for Snack Food

The Link, Autumn 2017 | by Louise Racine | Certainly you will have heard of the health benefits of kale which has become a bit of a nutritional superstar over ...
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