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The Kissing Bridge – West Montrose Covered Bridge

The Kissing Bridge – West Montrose Covered Bridge

Posted On: July 03, 2011

The West Montrose covered bridge is Ontario’s last remaining covered bridge. It has a 198-foot span across the [...]

Fergus Riverwalk Festival


Fergus Riverwalk Festival


Posted On: June 23, 2011

In Downtown Fergus, artists exhibit their artwork along the paths of Templin Gardens beside the Grand River with [...]

Take a walk along the Grand River at Kaufman Flats

Take a walk along the Grand River at Kaufman Flats

Posted On: June 08, 2011

The Grand River runs through Waterloo Region, but we don’t see it as much as we should. There [...]

Grand River Dinner Cruise

Grand River Dinner Cruise

Posted On: May 23, 2011

Take a lunch or dinner cruise along a 20 km section of the lower Grand River between Caledonia [...]

A new splash pad, a Grand signature park, a mere listing and a raised bungalow… last week on keithmarshall.ca

A new splash pad, a Grand signature park, a mere listing and a raised bungalow… last week on keithmarshall.ca

Posted On: April 30, 2011

Another week of unbelievable weather, unbelievably changeable: sunny, foggy, windy, humid, cold, hot… Some of us didn’t notice. [...]

Grand River Troutfitters Fly-Casting/Tying Demonstration

Grand River Troutfitters Fly-Casting/Tying Demonstration

Posted On: March 01, 2011

Discover first hand the art of fly-fishing. Whether it’s the magic of casting or the intricate world of [...]

Schneider Flats at Freeport

Schneider Flats at Freeport

Posted On: February 20, 2011

This access point to the Grand River is a tribute to the vision of Walter Bean to build [...]

Floating apartments, Beaver University, and predictions for 2011 last week on keithmarshall.ca

Floating apartments, Beaver University, and predictions for 2011 last week on keithmarshall.ca

Posted On: December 31, 2010

Stay real, keep grounded, buy local, eat fresh, get up to date with what’s happening in Waterloo Region [...]