It all started in the fall of 2017 when Scott and Kylie Bartman, along with their three children Kamden, Kinsey, and Greyson bought a farm and decided to live life a bit differently.
Crystal Kelland may have married a mechanic, but make no mistake her 1952 Pontiac Chieftain rat rod is all hers.
Have you ever taken a train ride in rural Alberta? If you haven’t you really should. It’s a unique way to see parts of the rural country side you can’t always see from the road.
You never know what will land at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum's door — sometimes it's just what the doctor ordered.
One of the things I love about Camrose is how diverse a population we are.
The romance of Venice is one that you just can’t deny. While I’ve already been twice, I’ve got my eye on a return in the spring of 2020 already. Venice is made up of series of more than 100 islands, connected via canals and bridges. Not a single ‘street’ to be seen. The history and culture that lives inside of Venice is unlike any that I’ve witness
With Prince Harry’s and Megan Markel’s recent marriage I thought Alberta and Camrose, in particular, would be interested in our past and possible future royal encounters.
If you ever see Guy and his team out in the community serving up pulled pork and pepperoni sticks, do yourself a favour and go buy yourself lunch.
June is looking to be a very busy month with several events, festivals and activities coming up in Camrose.
Tucked nicely into the café at the Bailey theatre in our lovely downtown Camrose is a cozy little restaurant that’s so impressive you’ll be a regular in no time.
I’ve just returned from 10 days of back to back workshops, retreats and conferences and wow is there ever a lot going on. I thought it might be a good idea to share some of the thoughts that really jumped out at me, however before we do that, let me touch on the upcoming airline strike that we are all hearing about.
Spring has finally arrived!
It’s time! The neighbourhood envy has started up, and as the smells of barbecue season waft in, everyone is second guessing their supper choice saying, "why didn’t we throw our supper on the grill?"
Finally, spring and warm weather have arrived!
For 45 years Meals on Wheels has been filling a major need in Camrose.
Ever wondered what it takes to be a chef?
There is nothing better than the taste of fresh produce, homemade preserves or homemade baking! Knowing where your food comes from and that it is grown or raised without chemicals or hormones has become increasingly important to consumers and is driving the desire to source and shop local. As a result, local food initiatives are on the rise, which
There are so many factors in selecting the best vacation, but the biggest factor happens even before you start your conversation with your travel professional. That factor is … who you choose to travel with.
You are not supposed to feed the bears in the wild, but without a well-balanced meal from billets, Camrose Kodiaks players would not have advance to the second round of the Alberta Junior Hockey League playoffs on the weekend.