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Farmers’ Markets in Waterloo Region

Farmers’ markets are abundant in Waterloo Region, and are almost as plentiful as the vegetables, fruits and other products that fill their vendor’s stands! They’re a great way to take home fresh produce, and an even better way to meet the people responsible for growing your food.

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You Can Take Free Horse Drawn Trolley Rides At St. Jacobs Sparkles

Narcity Oct. 8, 2019 – As the most magical time of the year draws near, towns and cities alike are transforming into sparkling wonderlands filled with holiday cheer. St. Jacobs Sparkles Christmas Festival is happening in November, and it’s lighting up the season in all the best ways.

Waterloo Region Ale Trail - stop at Innocente Brewery - berry berliner beer, bottle and glass

O’Fest Brews: Local Craft Brewers celebrate Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest grew out of agrarian and harvest celebrations — and that of course includes fêting the barley and hops used to make beer. Because Oktoberfest is front-and-centre each fall in Waterloo Region, it makes sense that local brewers are inspired by that brewing history in a glass.

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Treat your Mom: Mother’s Day 2019

May 12th, 2019 is Mother’s Day – a time to honour moms, and those mother-figures in our lives who do so much for us! Looking for ways to show your mom how special she is? While nothing can replace a preschooler’s homemade card or a macaroni picture frame, here are some ideas on how to spoil Mom

owners Carly Blasutti and Ryan Murphy of Public Kitchen & Bar

Restaurant Profile: Public Kitchen & Bar

A few years ago, Ryan Murphy and Carly Blasutti set a new standard for sharing plates and culinary adventure when they opened Public Kitchen & Bar in Kitchener. Now in their larger location on Victoria St. in Kitchener, Public continues to be a go-to dining spot in the city.

Restaurant Profile: EVO Kitchen in Cambridge

EVO Kitchen is in the former office of the Galt Knitting Company (now known as Tiger Brand). The move was the idea of brother and sister team Barry and Taryn Schwartzentruber who started the business in 2010 and since then have served thousands of box lunches to Waterloo Region businesses.

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