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Glanmore at Christmas

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Glanmore, Christmas, Victorian decorations

Photography by Daniel Vaughan A Victorian Fantasy (at a very real Belleville museum) November 1898 Dear Cousin~ There is to be a ball at Glanmore just after Christmas, and I am to attend. This will be the first time I have seen this wonderful place, as I am finally out in Belleville society. I expect to… Read More

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From the editor’s desk

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Glanmore, Underwood

Glanmore. The grand lady has been there for almost 150 years, we’ve been here for almost 20, and it was only recently we availed ourselves of a tour. It is not for lack of encouragement from our friend Lindi Pierce, heritage writer for this magazine and Chair of the Friends of Glanmore. “Come visit,” she… Read More

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Local Love

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Photo courtesy Brad Denoon Bring your wedding to life with local PEC flair The greatest decision an engaged couple has to make, aside from the decision to get married in the first place, is what their wedding will look like. Where will it take place? What sort of favours will await guests on their tables?… Read More

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Terra Estates Winery

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Terra Estates Winery

Riccardo brings something special to the winery, obvious from the moment he greets you with a smile as big as the sun on the porch of the welcome centre. His magnetic personality invariably sweeps you into his world of imaginative possibilities and zest for life that can only be described as passionate. Read More

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Signposts – The Glen Miller Story

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Photography by Lindi Pierce On December 15, 1944 Glenn Miller, legendary big-band leader, disappeared over the English Channel, on a flight to entertain U.S. troops in France during the Second World War. Despite clarity on that point, there is no connection with a unique community along the Trent River just north of Trenton. Glen Miller… Read More

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Lennox & Addington’s Dark Sky Viewing Area

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Dark Sky, Stars, Terence Dickinson, Cindy Conlin, Jennifer Shea

It seems there are increasingly more celestial events encouraging us to look up to the night sky. At the end of January, sky watchers were treated to a Blue Moon (second full moon in a month), a Blood Moon (total lunar eclipse) and a Supermoon, (when the moon is at the closest point to Earth in its orbit). The lunar event was promoted as a Super Blue Blood Moon, a rare event not seen in North America for more than 150 years. Read More

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German Landing

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German Landing, Lindi Pierce

The cottage community in Murray Township along the banks of the Trent River, at the end of a dead-end road named, appropriately enough, Germans Landing Road is well worth a drive. (Or investment in a cottage property with plans to spend all the rest of your summers there.) Read More