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Sometimes, summer is too hot to get out and about. That’s why most outside sports are regulated for the spring or fall. However, it’s still very important not to always be cooped up inside. So, how do you get some exercise and fresh air without feeling miserable in the heat of the summer? One great hobby to consider is golf!
Sometimes summer can be hot and miserable. Other times it can be warm and lovely. When you have a summer day that fits the latter category, you should make full use of it by enjoying the fresh air at a public park in your area. Here are some great public parks in and around the area of Listowel, Ontario, Canada.
Games to Play in the Car for Families, Adults, and Kids
Planning a summer vacation road trip with your family or friends? If you’re traveling across the country by car then you’ll want to plan some games to play to pass the time. Whether you want games for kids, adults, or for the entire family to enjoy, we’ve found some wonderful options for all!
There’s no better way to honor your mom on Mother’s Day than by taking her out to a meal with the family. Don’t take time making a meal and messying up the kitchen. Instead reserve a table at a great restaurant in town. Are you looking for a fancy restaurant with elegant dishes, or maybe something a bit more casual for everyone to enjoy with some comfort food? Whatever your needs, there are plenty of great places to eat around Listowel, Ontario, Canada for Mother’s Day in May 2018!
With Halloween 2017 just around the corner, many families are already making plans to celebrate the festive holiday. If you are located in the Cambridge, Ontario area, you may want to check out these family-friendly events happening around Halloween. (more…)
Best Lake Huron Views in Southern Ontario, Canada
Here in Listowel, we are blessed to be located almost in the middle of southern Ontario and surrounded by three of the Great Lakes: Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Technically, we are closer to Lake Huron, and while it might not be as famous as its Superior and Michigan siblings, “La Mer Douce” still has plenty to offer. Carved and filled by the glaciers from previous ice ages, Lake Huron is 750 feet deep (maximum) and is home to a multitude of geological wonders, countless species of flora and fauna, several shipwrecks (10 of which went down during the Storm of 1913), and – of course – many picturesque views. Here are a few of our favorite views of Lake Huron in southern Ontario that are yours to discover. (more…)