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Hornings Mills ON – For the second year, dozens of artists are gathering in Hornings Mills, north of Shelburne, to capture the landscape threatened by the proposed Highland mega quarry.
The Paint-In ‘At the Headwaters’ is taking place from 11 am to 3pm this Saturday, June 30th at a home on the edge of a small lake in Hornings Mills.
The public is invited to visit the unique property, watch the artists at work, have the chance to purchase art, and enjoy …
FOODSTOCK wins big at tourism awards
November 17th, 2011
Honeywood, ON – One month after 28,000 people gathered for FOODSTOCK, the event has won two top tourism awards in the Hills of Headwaters. The festival, which celebrated the bounty of farmland at risk of a proposed mega quarry, was honoured at the Taste of Tourism Awards last night. FOODSTOCK was awarded Best Agri-Tourism Experience and Best …
FOODSTOCK organizers nominated for tourism awards
Movement to stop the mega quarry could garner tourism awards
November 8th, 2011
Honeywood, ON – Two key organizers of FOODSTOCK are nominated for the regional Hills of Headwaters Tourism Awards. Less than a month has passed since the October 16th event took place, yet FOODSTOCK has become something of a legend.
On that blustery Sunday, 100 chefs from …
- Theresa Boyle
- Sun Oct 16 2011
HONEYWOOD, ONT. — A soggy potato farm north of Orangeville was turned into a field of dreams by thousands of foodies who sampled the fare of top chefs, listened to live music and who joined an effort to protect nearby agricultural land.
Some 100 chefs from across the country served up lobster bisque, wild turkey, smoked fish and other gourmet dishes at Foodstock on Sunday, an event aimed at stopping the development of a quarry …
- Saturday April 26. Rotary Forest, Earth Day Tree Planting
- H2O GO Festival Saturday March 22, 10 – 4
- San Francisco Just Became the First Major U.S. City to Ban the Sale of Plastic Water Bottles
- Upcoming FREE webinar: Protecting the Human Right to Water
- Invitation: Ready, Set, Go! Using Gamification to Advance Community Resilience