between-our-steps-09-20-17-doubleThe wilderness is a place to visit not live for most of us. Such a time apart from daily life lets us encounter creation in a different way, see ourselves from a new perspective. Wilderness can be a difficult place though, so it is also an image of loss and challenge.

For Moses, it was ...

the tide turnsBilly Bishop Home: Museum, Archives & National Historic Site, invites you to come and view our new exhibit, "The Tide Turns", which opens to the public on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 12 pm.

In recognition of the centenary of the Battles of Vimy Ridge, Hill 70 and Passchendaele, the Billy Bishop Home has developed a new exhibit featuring informative panels, items from the Museum's collection and items on loan from CANADIGM, a Canadian company who researches, documents and...

lady in the moon-by John Hlynialuk

I do not know who it was that first started seeing a "man in the Moon". Maybe one of our cave-dwelling ancestors stood on his cave porch looking at the rising full Moon and saw a face. it would only be another example of the propensity of humans to see faces in many things with just a faint resemblance to two eyes and a mouth.

All humans are prone to seeing faces and other familiar shapes in...

seedsOn Wednesday, September 20th learn how to save seeds for next year's harvest with Jaden Calvert.

This event is no charge and starts promptly at 1pm at the CMHA Food Forest & community gardens located at the bottom of...

pratie oatenThe potatoes are dug and it's time to boil up a pot of "lumpers" to make a batch of everyone's favourite "Pratie Oaten": Irish potato oatcakes!

On September 24, come to Moreston Heritage Village at Grey Roots to take part in the Pratie Oaten Irish Festival! From noon until 5 p.m., the village will be full of delicious food, costumed interpreters, live music, and...


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