Category Archives: Events

Sugar Shacks & Maple Syrup

Maple syrup taffy making sessions, hot pancake meals and wagon rides are traditional events starting every spring asView full post »

Galentines

Hannah Bullivant believes in Prosecco. Brunch. Girl friends. She is pretty excited about Galentines day, aView full post »

Baby Naming Ceremony

Sparrow, Willow, Dove, Kai, Ben, Smith, Emma, Spence… the list of names are plentiful when choosing a special oneView full post »

National Pie Day

There are dozens upon dozens of varieties and flavors with fillings, toppings and crusts. From nuts, to fruits toView full post »

Death By Chocolate : Friday Night

We all love chocolate. The variety of chocolate foods are endless, with so many possibilities in the kitchen forView full post »

Black Friday

As early as the 19th century, shoppers have viewed Thanksgiving as the traditional start to the holiday shopping seasonView full post »

The Cookie Exchange

Cookie exchanges are a century-old tradition in which participants bake dozens of their favorite cookie, then take themView full post »

Fall Bonfire & Cookout : Friday Night

Setting the stage for a cool evening outdoors with a bonfire, provides a fun and relaxing night. The evening can be aView full post »

The Spooky Dinner

Bat wings, pumpkin guts and zombie brains topped with clotted vampire blood, sounds like a wonderful feast for anView full post »

Autumn Harvest Gathering

I love gatherings. Especially ones centered around great food and good company. Meg from Bread + Barrow has documentedView full post »

Pumpkin Picking

Taking a colorful and scenic drive into the country is a fall favorite. With a seasonal hot beverage in hand, headingView full post »

Oktoberfest

Known for beer, pretzels and bratwurst, Oktoberfest is a German celebration that appeals to the masses. From wearingView full post »

Outdoor Cinemas : Friday Night

A summertime tradition with many is an outdoor cinema experience. This can range from movie drive-ins to gatherings at aView full post »

Canada Day Parades

Canada Day occurs on July 1st, the anniversary of Canada’s confederation. Canadians commemorate the day with parades,View full post »

Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice is a time of celebration, feasting and defined as the longest day of the year. It has been celebratedView full post »

Soap Box Derby : Father’s Day

An annual event has been growing in popularity in many communities around or on Father’s Day. It is the oldView full post »

A Blessingway

Imagine you are pregnant, your baby due very soon and you are surrounded by your closest friends. They gather to honorView full post »

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo simply means the date of the holiday — the fifth of May.  There are numerous ways to enjoy MexicanView full post »

Off to the Races : The Kentucky Derby

On the first Saturday in May at Louisville’s Churchill Downs, it is known that the Kentucky Derby is the “View full post »

Ohigan

Ohigan literally means “the other shore” in Buddhist terminology. It is two periods of seven days with theView full post »

Welcome Holi

Bid the grey of winter a relieved farewell and welcome spring with a burst of color. The roots of this increasinglyView full post »

The Oscar Awards Night

For many, the enjoyment of watching the glitz and glamour of celebrities are a highlight to the Oscars. It is a worldView full post »

Cookie Boxes : Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year celebrates a week of family meals and visits, with gift-giving and money-receiving which thereforeView full post »

Tree Hunting

In the spirit of the holiday season, tree hunting with friends and family during a warm winter afternoon in DecemberView full post »

A Harvest Gathering

The gathering of family and friends during the fall season requires an event. An event to roast chestnuts, drink appleView full post »

Harvest Party Event

Fall time is a very special season. Many events take place to continue traditions and start new ones. We often think ofView full post »