Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Author: Ann Green

The City of Belleville is encouraging residents to make trick-or-treating accessible for all trick-or-treaters this Oct. 31. Treat Accessibility photo

‘Boo Tour’, accessible trick-or-treating: Quinte West, Belleville prep for Halloween

The City of Belleville is encouraging residents to skip the tricks and make Halloween a treat for all the ghosts and goblins in the neighbourhood. Belleville is encouraging residents to take steps to make trick-or-treating accessible for all trick-or-treaters this Oct. 31. The city is participating in the Treat Accessibly

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Melanie Harrington of Dahlia May Flower Farm in Quinte West delivers bouquets to area long-term care home residents. Dahlia May Flower Farm photo

‘A beautiful way to connect with our community’: Quinte West farm brings bouquets of cheer to long-term care residents

As she arranges mixed blooms of seasonal farm-grown flowers, such as dahlias and mums in autumn, Melanie Harrington honours her late mother. The CEO and creative director of Dahlia May Flower Farm in Quinte West also, through her creations, brings cheer to long-term care home residents from Port Hope to

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Bayside Secondary School students take a break from their planting efforts, which are part of the Trenton Greenbelt Conservation Area restoration project. Lower Trent Conservation photo

Restored Trenton Greenbelt Conservation Area about to blossom

Lower Trent Conservation’s (LTC) restoration of the Trenton greenbelt is about to bloom.  LTC is in the home stretch of completing a two-year project that has been referred to as “restoring the Trenton greenbelt.” One of the final stages of this project is creating a trail through the small parcel

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