Spring is just around the corner and with it brings excitement of getting out into gardens, redecorating or planning home renovations. Need some inspiration? Make sure to check out the Camrose Home and Garden Show from Friday to Sunday at the Camrose Regional Exhibition. You’re sure to find helpful and creative ideas for your projects.
We’ve done all the fun winter snow stuff. We’ve been tobogganing, skiing and made snow forts galore, but when its crazy cold and we are getting sick and tired of winter it's time to brighten up our anti-snow attitude with some fun in the kitchen winter snacks.
Sicily, my one true love!
If you haven’t been to the Ukrainian lunch at the Ukrainian Catholic church, it’s an experience you don’t want to miss.
At Camrose Open Door Association, we provide supports to a wide range of young people in need. During last week’s Bell Lets Talk Day, one client shared her moving story with us, not to dwell on the troubles she has had to face, but for the hope that exists for all our clients.
It’s okay to be nervous.
I could tell you that the women’s shelter has been in Camrose for over 30 years. Or, I could tell you the shelter is partially government funded and the shelter funds the rest through fundraising with events like Walk A Mile in Her Shoes, but this is likely fairly well-known knowledge because the shelter has been in the paper many times.
As January comes to an end, New Year’s Resolutions start becoming more and more difficult to maintain. All the good intentions you had of creating new habits and change in your life isn’t going as well as you had planned. But why is it so difficult to keep these going?
As a working mom, I have learned to appreciate the freedom of cooking in a slow cooker.
Anything you’re adding to supplement or bring out the natural flavours in your cooking is called seasoning. It can be as simple as salt and pepper, but even more fun are fresh herbs, spices, even citrus juice. Creative cooks are finding new ways to add flavour to make a dish stand out, or turn a meal into a signature dish. There is no right or wron
When Reid Lansing started at Ecole Charlie Killam School last year as vice principal he noticed quite quickly the impact of technology on the students, and I was not all good.
With so much to see and do in Camrose, there is something for everyone.
It’s January people. Time to shift our thinking, sign up for the guilt trip, instantly and enthusiastically change our eating habits and become a healthy, happier you.
As the season changes to winter, it becomes less and less enticing to go outside to be active. The days have gotten colder, and the shortened hours of daylight make it difficult to find the motivation to keep up with an exercise regime. Along with the mounting stress that comes with the preparation for the holiday season, putting in hours at the gy
It’s only the first week of December, but it’s not too soon to start thinking and planning for Christmas dinner. If it’s your first time, or your twentieth time preparing the big family feast, it still requires the same amount of planning and prep.
We change the colour of the paint on our walls and the style of clothes we like. So why not our travel style? Many of us do the same type of holiday year after year, but as time goes on, sometimes it feels like something is missing.
Why would you want your child to learn a second language? Here in the heart of East Central Alberta, many of us grew up thinking there was little benefit (and a lot of hard work) to learning a second language.
This article is a big shift from the usual, we are not talking about people food, the focus this week is on dog food.
Chris Coombs has never brewed beer on his own, but he could soon become the inspiration for a beer to be in liquor stores across Canada.