Read select articles from The Link’s Autumn Issue, 2018

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Light in the Landscape

Light in the Landscape

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by Josie Newman | When Bärbel Smith, a Canadian landscape artist, plans a new painting her inspiration begins at a spiritual and emotional level ...
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What Falls Away

What Falls Away

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by David Newland | When I was a kid, the arrival of autumn was a drag. The waning of the summer light and warmth was ...
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Creativity Thriving in the Kawarthas

Creativity Thriving in the Kawarthas

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by Joanne Culley | The Kawarthas are a hive of creativity for many artistic pursuits. Whether it’s being near the water or due to the ...
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Bringing History Alive

Bringing History Alive

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by Tina Rouse | The Northumberland Players are a not-for-profit, community theatre troupe based in Cobourg. They’ve been going strong for four decades, staging more ...
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by Janet Jarrell | Prince Edward County (the County) has long been known as a destination spot for wineries, beaches and history buffs alike. This ...
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The Healing Power of Sound

The Healing Power of Sound

The Link, Autumn 2018 | by Elizabeth Palermo | Finding new ways to achieve relaxation is ever important amid the increasing cacophony of daily life – even if it means ...
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