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Two and a half years ago, for some reason, I saw the back of my head. There was some sunlight reflecting off a very obvious open spot. So, hair-wise it was time to grow a ponytail. I have had many different hair styles over the years like an Afro, an Elvis style with a DA (Duck's Ass), a brush cut, and a boogie. I've never had a Ponytail. I was a bit hesitant to go ahead with it, at first, because I wasn't sure I wanted to go through the teasing and the long process of getting the hair long enough to "Pony" it. The wig program at the Cancer Society gave me the right excuse to do it.

Friday at 5.m. in downtown Owen Sound, the pony goes to a great cause.  Details here.

Once my hair was long enough to wear in a ponytail friends and family were okay with it. In the first year

mothersday-heartwood homeOn Mother's Day, give her something special......

Mom can join us for a Basket Making Workshop with Vita Bowen from 12-5 on Sunday May the 8th.
She will enjoy learning a new craft AND have a glass of wine accompanied by a tasting of cheeses and charcuterie provided by THE MILK MAID.

aromatherapyMaria Hansford, Holistic health expert and Certified Aromatherapist, member of CFA (Canadian federation of Aromatherapists) was born in Italy, on the Mediterranean Riviera, a land blessed by a mild climate where flowers and plants prosper and display their colors and spread their aromas year-round. I enjoyed the scent of fresh peppermint, basil and rosemary since my

newsWhere do you get your information? Whether it is the CBC, blogs like Small Dead Animals, newspapers and magazines in paper or digital formats – we all have our favourite sources.

This Thursday 350.org Grey Bruce welcomes Owen Sound Hub publisher and editor Anne Finlay-Stewart to discuss the role of all forms of media in shaping the conversation around the environment and climate change. Where is the journalistic integrity and when should we "follow the money"? What is our personal...

Schwandt CateringLocal foods startup Schwandt Catering Co., located at Stone Tree Fitness & Banquets, has been selected as the food services provider for Grey Roots Museum & Archives. The company has expanded its rapidly growing catering, prepared and frozen meals, and banquets business with a new line of fresh packaged foods with an emphasis on local ingredients, when available.

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