jaywavingtocheech- by Anne Finlay-Stewart

On the eve of her 97th birthday, I had the pleasure of a long leisurely interview with Jay Adamson, fondly known as the “honourary Captain” of the MS Chi-Cheemaun.

From her home at St. Francis Place, she can see the ferry and the ships berthed for the winter in Owen Sound harbour.

Adventure Talks Dan1Do you miss travelling and learning about different parts of our world? Join the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre this winter with a virtual “Adventure Talks” series. Each winter the BCM&CC hosts a variety of travelers who share their stories and photographs from around the ...

inglis falls GSCAThe summer of 2020 showcased a renewed interest in the outdoors for many Ontarians who visited parks and conservation areas in record numbers. The Grey Sauble Conservation Authority (GSCA) watershed was no exception and saw a dramatic increase in GSCA property users that ...

snowmenrevivedJennifer and Pat Wilkie are compeitive sand sculptors in summer, and snow becomes their medium in winter, weather permitting, 

As the temperatures rose to +2 and rain fell, Jennifer says her snowman in front of their home on Owen Sound's east hill took a beating. "His eyes were hanging out as well as his red buttons and warped melting body, but was somehow still standing."

womentshirtWomen’s House Serving Bruce and Grey will be partnering with Bruce County to present our annual International Woman’s Day Celebration on Tuesday, March 8th, 2021 - this year will be a little different, in that we will be doing an on-line event, so watch our social media pages for updates and ...


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