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the outside view of the entrance to Four Fathers Brewing in Cambridge: blue brick building with red entrance doors, and the name Four Fathers written above the doors

Fore! Disc golf course a first for Hespeler

TheRecord.com – Mike Hruden wants Four Fathers Brewery to become a destination in Hespeler. Hruden and his partners have transformed the eight acres of land behind the brewery into Hespeler’s first disc golf course.

Santa in his sleigh greeting the crowds at the kitchener Santa Claus Parade

Santa Claus Parades in Waterloo Region

It’s the Holiday Season, so get ready to enjoy the sights and sounds of the annual 2019 Santa Claus Parades! We’ve made it easy for you to know when the Man in Red will be arriving in your town: after all, Santa isn’t the only one making lists!

Fashion History Museum Exhibit in Cambridge

Cambridge is Home to a Fashion History Museum

Fashion magazine Elle Canada recently featured Cambridge’s Fashion History Museum – a slice of fashion history located in Waterloo Region – calling it a little-known museum with a mission to uncover the hidden stories behind our clothing.

inside view of Creme Cafe

Walkable/Eatable Hespeler

Part of Cambridge, Ontario, the town of Hespeler is building an identity as a unique and cohesive food destination. Located in the northeast quadrant of Cambridge and north of Highway 401, the central downtown of Hespeler nestles against the Speed River and Hespeler Mill Pond.

Photo of First Nation pole setters prepping area near grand river for growing hops

Grand River: Winding through Waterloo Region’s History

From its source in Dundalk, Grey County, flowing south 275 kms into Lake Erie, the Grand River is one of the most scenic and significant rivers in Ontario. Waterloo Region is at the heart of this waterway with many milestones and relics connecting the river to the development of the region.

Latte Art - Waterloo Region

Brew-tiful: Coffee in Waterloo Region

Canadians love their coffee. As a nation, we drink on average three cups a day. But in Waterloo Region, it is independent coffee roasters and vendors who are staking a claim as the favourites of local coffee aficionados.

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