Gardening Tips - To Rake or Not to Rake

The leaves have fallen and this past weekend I saw most of my neighbours raking leaves and piling them into yard waste bags.

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A COVID-19 Afghan - made in Richmond Hill

Fourteen knitters in Richmond hill have knit a COVID-19 afghan. 

It is currently displayed in the window of Knitters Attic (10119 Yonge Street).

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How to Nurture a Peaceful Mind By Manisha Melwani

We all value peace of mind but very few of us know how to gain it.

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Food Trucks at Hillcrest Mall – and Holiday Market Coming Soon!

In the middle of October you may have started to notice some food trucks at the Hillcrest Mall  along Yonge Street.   Maybe you noticed a buzz of activity. Maybe you smelt something delicious.

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Gardening Tips - Allotment Gardening

Spurred on by my friends in the environmental group - Neighbours for the Planet - and my (almost) retirement, I decided to fulfill my wish to grow food this year for the first ti

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The Curtain Club Presents their next Online Play - Enid and Pearl Have Tea

Enid and Pearl have Tea by Lyn McCauley & Gretchen Huntley, is The Curtain Club's their third on-line play.

It's 40 minutues long.

Anyone and everyone can watch! Membership not required!

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Richmond Hill Considers Regulating Short-Term Rental Accommodations

Richmond Hill is moving forward on exploring options to regulate short-term rental accommodations and we are seeking your input through an online survey.

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How to Dress for an Outdoor Workout

Days are getting shorter and maximizing the time you spend outdoors can be great for your mental and physical health. However, don’t let the dropping temperatures discourage you from getting some fresh air, you just need to be smart about it! 

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