Julie recently enjoyed We All Fall Down, a fast-paced biomedical thriller in the vein of Robin Cook's Pandemic, written by emergency room doctor turned author Daniel Kalla,
A successful book club pick must accomplish many things. For starters, it has to be a compelling read so the busy people in your club will make time to devour it. It must also be thought-provoking enough to prompt a passionate conversation. It's no wonder that picking your book club's next book can feel like so much pressure!
Lake Ontario water levels have been quickly rising over the past week. Lake Ontario will continue to rise as high inflows and reduced outflows continue.
As of May 15, 2019, Lake Ontario was recorded at 68 cm above average for this time of year, which is 14 cm below the recorded level for May 15, 2017. This amount is 17 cm below the peak recorded on May 25, 2017.
Lennox & Addington County is home to many growers, crafters and artisans. A number of markets are available in L&A where you can take home some unique goods.
Take a look below for more details.
Amherst Island Market
Saturdays from 9am to noon
Centennial Park, Stella
There's always lots to explore on Amherst Island. Be sure to check out the market, happening every Saturday from Victoria Day until Thanksgiving. You'll find AIM's market cart, WI coffee and muffins, baking, plants and vegetables!
Geocachers, we're 99 days away from the 2019 Discover L&A County Geocaching Event!
Join 1,000 of your closest friends in Lennox & Addington County! We're the only MEGA in Canada, so don't miss out on this unique opportunity. Signal the Mascot returns to L&A, and Kelli, a staffer from Groundspeak HQ in Seattle, WA will be attending her first ever MEGA event! Let's show her a good time!!!
Check out some updates below...
Did you know there are dinosaurs living in your backyard? A visit to the L&A County Museum this summer will help you find the answer.
Calling all nature lovers, historians, scientists and explorers, do we have some big exciting news for you!
Lennox and Addington County Council had the opportunity to tour facilities and visit attractions in the Northern part of the County on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. Scattered with lakes and forests this region is a popular recreational and tourism area. From geocaching, camping, motorcycle tours and stargazing, Northern Lennox and Addington provides opportunity for new business ventures, while stable and prosperous communities offer an enticing home.
Kristin Maloney recently enjoyed The Curse of Oak Island by Randal Sullivan, a fascinating non-fiction title that details the mystery of Oak Island in Nova Scotia. The following is her review:
When spring arrives, so too does the rain. We can't control the weather, but at least we can enjoy some of the effects of the steady showers in April and May.
I recently had a chance to get a first-hand look at some of the magnificent flows of water at locations across the County. I also happened to stop by a few bakeries and restaurants along the way.
Take a look at some of my favourite places to see a waterfall (with a full belly) in Lennox & Addington.
Please be advised that Coco Paving has been contracted by the County of Lennox & Addington to rehabilitate County Rd 2 in Loyalist Township, from Morven Creek Bridge (just west of Fralick Road), easterly to County Rd 4 (Roundabout). The rehabilitation generally consists of drainage improvements (ditching & culverts), removal of existing asphalt, and re-paving including paved shoulders.