Guide to Culture Days 2012

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Culture Days is a collaborative coast-to-coast-to-coast volunteer movement to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities. Thousands of activity organizers and artists volunteer their time and talent to present and coordinate free public activities that take place throughout the country over the last weekend […]

Guide to March Break

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In case your kids haven’t reminded you, March Break is but a few days away. Kids throughout the Limestone District School Board are presently sitting in class watching the clock, and counting down to a week where they’ll be free from finger painting and standardized testing. If you’re like many of the parents I’ve spoken […]

Weekly Poll: Tobogganing Hills

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Helloooo winter!  After months of wondering if we’d see the old man this year, he’s come back full force in the last few days giving us snow days, skating and other great features of a Canadian winter.  I personally am not a big fan of this time of year but I’m coming around and considering […]

Weekly Poll: Best KFPL Branch

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Growing up in a small town, I have to admit that my local library bordered on being pathetic, with rampant mice problems, poorly populated stacks, inconsistent hours of operation and an abundance of seedy R.L. Stine novels. It made up for these shortcomings thanks to the tremendous efforts of the volunteer staff, who truly made […]

Guide to March Break

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In case your kids haven’t reminded you, March Break is but a few days away. Kids throughout the Limestone District School Board are presently sitting in class watching the clock, and counting down to a week where they’ll be free from finger painting and standardized testing.  If you’re like many of the parents I’ve spoken […]