“You know that a village has a heart when it closes down a busy street and invites everyone over for dinner.” In his first report as a Hastings County Local Wanderer, Larry Tayler uncovers the three things that he believes perfectly describe the village of Tweed, Ontario: heart, appetite and art. Follow along as he takes part in a local community meal during Farm to Table, and wanders into Quinn’s of Tweed, a fine art gallery located inside a historic building with a quite a story. Read the full article here.
Lanark County is a land of sweet contrasts, where dense forests of sugar maple border lush, green fields and you’re as likely to come across a cyclist as a farmer on one of the region’s winding roads. Urban and rural unite here to create a region that’s as colourful and varied as the patchwork quilt […]