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Fifth anniversary for Stouffville Home & Lifestyle Show

Spring has sprung and most people are ready for a change. The 100 exhibitors at this year’s Stouffville Home & Lifestyle Show will be offering a variety of services and products to enhance your home or lifestyle. According to organizer, Rick Upton, there will be more than 100 consultants at the show, including many from the home improvement, education, real estate, financial services, fitness and healthcare sectors. The Lions Club, Richard’s Masonic Lodge and the Whitchurch- Stouffville Town and Public Library will also be represented at the show. “We will have a selection of new exhibitors to complement the...

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Motus O Junior Company debuts with Midsummer Night’s Dream

Motus O Dance theatre has considered Stouffville home for a long time. Through their collective careers spanning more than three decades, 21 full-length productions and multiple cross-Canada and international tours, Stouffville has been the centre of some amazing memories over the years and they aren’t done yet. While still actively touring their award-winning Prisoner of Tehran, performing at local fairs, including at Markham, and leading camps at 19 on the Park, the creative directors of Motus O – Cynthia Croker, Jack Langenhuizen and James Croker –  have managed to carve out some time to begin training the next generation....

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Tap into spring at the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival

Story and photos by Julie Williams, Pretty in Pictures The sweetest time of the year, maple syrup season, is here and the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival gives families a chance to tap into spring, get out into nature, learn and explore. Held in partnership between Toronto Region and Credit Valley Conservation, the festival is offered at three locations within the Greater Toronto area – Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area at Stouffville, Kortright Centre for Conservation at Vaughan and Terra Cotta Conservation Area at Halton Hills.  With a variety of locations to choose from and activities to keep families entertained, the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival...

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The world of anti-nutrients

By Shana Daniel, Wellnessessity Inc. registered holistic nutritionist In my practice of holistic nutrition, it has become evident that the majority of my clients are unaware of how impactful food composition is in their bodies, until they learn how to harness its power in order to increase their wellness goals. Welcome to the world of anti-nutrients. Seems almost oxymoronic, doesn’t it? Read on, you’re in for an eye opener. Phytic acid is found naturally in most grains, seeds, legumes and nuts, but our bodies don’t produce the enzyme to metabolize and absorb it. Phytates can react with certain minerals...

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Curbside Giveaway Days

During Curbside Giveaway Days, residents are invited to place unwanted items, labelled “FREE” at the curb for other residents and community members to browse and take for their own use, free of charge. It’s is a great opportunity to de-clutter and find a new home for your unwanted items, while also picking up something you may want or need for free. Share your offerings and great finds using #yrcurbalert Where and when to participate: TOWN OR CITY CURBSIDE GIVEAWAY DATES Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville Saturday, April 21 Saturday, June 23 Saturday, September 22 Saturday, October 20 Town of East Gwillimbury Saturday,...

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    March 10 - April 8
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    March 24