All gone: demolition completed on Quyon Beach Barn

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Kate Aley

Today, the 19th of October, the remaining concrete and twisted rubbish was scooped off the site of the Beach Barn.

More crunching, but on a different level.

The delicacy these large machinery operators are capable of is quite remarkable.

They did save the Lions Club sign. And a door!

The Beach Barn is dead. Long live the Quyon Community Centre.

 

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A Summer... A Fair: a perfect play for everyone

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Kate Aley

Written by the wonderful Ian Tamblyn and brought to life by the equally wonderful Theatre Wakefield, A Summer... A Fair is a short play that will stay in your memory forever.

Part historical drama, part musical comedy and 100 percent heart, the play takes place in 1944 at the famed Cantley Picnic.

Classy farmer grows permaculture crops

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Kate Aley

There is fresh and there is local... and then there is something that elevates the concept one step beyond. Audrey Lapointe (above) is all of these things and more. The young entrepreneur, based in Gatineau, is growing seasonal crops including garlic, potatoes, herbs and a variety of vegetables from her half-acre plot based at Élevage Fabie in Quyon.

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