You can celebrate your birthday, baby shower, graduation, anniversary, and any other milestones safely from home. With a little creativity, you can make the moments you’re experiencing now, into cherished memories worthy of reminiscing.
Developed through a partnership with Curated KW, the Spring Gift & Activity Guide is here, featuring great ideas for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day – any day! Great gift ideas that also support our local businesses.
Pre-loved, thrift, vintage, consignment, second-hand, hand-me-down or upcycled. While each term has a slightly different meaning, they all offer one thing in common – the thrill of a treasure hunt for a great fashion find.
CTV News Kitchener – The Kitchener Market has opened an online store to help residents support local businesses from the comfort of their homes. The online store launched Monday and offers more than 500 products, including meats, cheeses and fresh produce.
justonepassport.com – Everybody needs a mini staycation every once in awhile, so when the opportunity arose to visit St. Jacobs during St. Jacobs Sparkles and to spend the night at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites, naturally I jumped at the opportunity.
The beauty of Waterloo Region lies in its increasingly diverse, multicultural community and the small businesses that serve it. These establishments are the heartbeat that keep the region’s economy alive. Hence, buying from your local vendor is very important.
OurWindsor.ca – In the early 19th century, Old Order Mennonites from Pennsylvania purchased the land that became St. Jacobs. The village is now packed with shops and studios peddling artisanal wares of every description.
Posted June 3, 2019 on Cbc.ca The Summer Lights Festival will be the first tenant at a new pop-up space in Carl Zehr Square. The space, which was until recently home to Open Sesame, is at 220 King St. W. in front of Kitchener city hall.
You don’t have to travel far to find unique gift ideas, there are plenty of places to check out in Waterloo Region. And the best part about these shopping experiences? No Malls – which means less shopping stress!
Every region has its ‘hidden gems’. In Waterloo Region, the village of St. Jacobs is one of those gems – seemingly small and quaint at first glance, but a deeper look reveals a village that is developing a chic, urban vibe, while still celebrating its rural history.