The leaves are changing colour and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to visit the midway and feast on some cotton candy at these awesome local fairs.
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It may be tiny, but it seems everyone who dines there agrees—you won’t leave hungry or feeling like you’re not part of the G&O family.
Broadway magic takes the stage in Cobourg this weekend.
Run through a rainbow at this special event for a noteworthy cause.
This truly local family business lives and breathes all things beauty.
Delicious apple delicacies and fun for the whole family are the highlight of May in Colborne.
Premiering May 24 at the Firehall Theatre.
It’s not hard to find something to do on date night in Northumberland (in fact, we had a hard time keeping this list of lovely spots to just five!). Whether it’s a walk along the waterfront or an elegant dinner by candlelight, read on for a roundup of our favourite romantic places.
If you’ve never visited the Westben Theatre in Campbellford, this is the year to do it!
Plan a visit to one of Port Hope’s favourite destinations for eclectic local artisan crafts.
You don’t have to go all the way to Queen West to find good vintage—Northumberland County has some of the best thrift-store shopping around! And if you’re visiting, it’s worth making a stop at the stores below to find that perfect item that has friends asking, “Where’d you get that?”
Not only will you feel like you’re at home and among friends, you’ll pretty much devour whatever you order.
Do you know the difference between a llama and an alpaca? Taking the tour at Old Mill Alpaca Farms is a good way to find out.