All posts by Gina

Small ideas that add big curb appeal

Aaah, spring. Everything is melting, the birds are chirping, but the front yard looks, well, ugly. Here’s some low cost ideas that will help make a big impression. Let the sun shine in Get out your spring

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Burlington on a dime!

As the weather gets warmer, there’s lots of reasons to get outside in our beautiful city and take advantage of all it has to offer. We work hard for the money, so it’s nice to take a break and do things

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Upgrades that add impact to our beautiful Burlington homes

Look around. Do you have dingy tile, faded paint or maybe pink or blue bathroom fixtures? Spring is coming and ‘tis the season to renovate. Whether you grab a tool belt or hire a pro, some upgrades not

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Santa comes to seniors in Burlington

The gifts on the wish lists are simple. Soft socks, a package of tissues, sheets and pajamas. Thanks to Jill Harrington, Founder and Chairperson of Children of Christmas Past, Santa comes to seniors within

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Santas run wild in the streets of Burlington

It is cold outside, but it’s that time of year again! Have you ever seen a mob of Santa’s running in the street? The spirit of Christmas will keep runners and onlookers warm on December 7th as 4000

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Old-Fashioned Christmas Fun in Burlington

It’s an old-fashioned Christmas in Burlington! Sunday November 17th, join in the fun at Historic Ireland House and Oakridge Farm for a heritage holiday event from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. From treats

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Safe Trick or Treat Event at Mapleview Centre in Burlington

Calling all candy lovers and fashion lovers! On Monday October 28th, Mapleview Centre in Burlington will host its 15th Annual Safe Trick or Treat Event from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. It’s a fun night out

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Fall into Nature in Burlington This Weekend

If you’re looking for something to do this Thanksgiving weekend, the beautiful parks that surround Burlington have a lot to offer. The Fall into Nature festival sponsored by the Government of Ontario’s Celebrate

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Paletta Lakefront Park – A Burlington Gem

The City of Burlington is alive with history. Step onto the grounds of Paletta Lakefront Park ‒ ‘the jewel in the crown’ of the Burlington waterfront ‒ and step back in time. Four heritage buildings

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Fraticelli’s Italian Grill and Bar opens in Burlington

Feel like a little Italian? Fraticelli’s Italian Grill brings down-home Italian flavours to its recently opened second Ontario location in Burlington. “We’re very excited to be able to bring our

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Burlington’s Applefest Fall Fair at Ireland House Museum

With the cold nipping at our cheeks and leaves crackling underfoot, fall is in the air! The City of Burlington is buzzing with lots of fun activities to help take the chill out of the air, including a

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Canada Day Sweet Treats In Burlington

Oh Canada! With the Canada Day long weekend just around the corner, Burlington is a buzz with a flurry of exciting things to do. Whether you’re firing up the barbeque with friends or heading north to

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Car Free Sunday in Alton Village in Burlington

On June 23rd. Alton Village in Burlington will hold its first ever Car Free Sunday hosted by Ward 6 Councillor, Blair Lancaster. The event will take place on Palladium Way starting at 2 p.m. What is Car

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