A short tale by Dare Pelletier Fyn waited outside the old stone building as the sun set, covering the city of Orindale in a magnificent warm orange light. He tapped his foot and leaned against the hard stone, smelling the scent of the bakeries, restaurants, and butchers of the district. He waited until the sun... Continue Reading →
Preview of artwork being exhibited at the Discovery Centre in Gravenhurst (https://realmuskoka.com/discovery-centre/) during the month of August during the Muskoka Unlimited BALANCE show. Visit our Creative Hub section Sponsor!
Danielle McPherson visited the Huntsville Art Crawl and shares a few of her photos. Visit our Creative Hub section Sponsor!
The Muskoka Novel Marathon is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year with a virtual event taking place from July 16 through July 19. This is the second year in a row the creative writing event has been virtual due to the pandemic. However, as Jennifer Turney noted when she visited the Muskoka Unlimited Podcast, it... Continue Reading →
The Bakery “Ah, Kevan, I’m so glad you stopped by today!” This was the most welcoming greeting I’ve ever had walking into Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey’s Bakery. It was the most welcome I’ve ever felt from him or his wife – who are my neighbours. The standard demeanour of this short, plump and balding man... Continue Reading →