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Sand & Sound

Friday, July 15, 2016 10:00 AM by Chelsea Brimstin

Combine some sun, summer music, and sand to make the perfect beach day getaway in Grand Bend.

Looking for a fresh take on your typical beach day? Check out these spots in Grand Bend where you can listen to some summer tunes as you splash through beautiful Lake Huron.

Country Comfort

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 3:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation

Follow your appetite along the country roads and the north shore of Lake Erie. 

Visit local wineries and craft breweries, shop for fresh, seasonal produce at roadside markets and farm gates. Take a hands-on cooking class and dine on locally sourced menus at quaint bistros, casual dockside eateries and fine dining establishments.

Canada's Best Beach Town

Thursday, August 6, 2015 7:00 PM by Jim Byers

Jim Byers explores Grand Bend.

I’ve spent many a day kicking down the streets of Lahaina on Maui. I’ve paraded down Duval Street in Key West and strolled the piers of California from San Diego to Santa Cruz. I’ve been lucky enough to hit the beaches of Thailand and Sardinia, of St. Lucia and Senegal.

Downtown Sarnia Kicks It Up a Notch

Tuesday, July 21, 2015 7:00 PM by Jim Byers

Jim Byers experiences great food, beer, art and more.

SARNIA, ONTARIO - A sleek new craft brewery. A stunningly designed art gallery with some of Canada’s top works of art. Inventive restaurants run by outrageously entertaining foodies. 

12 Beautiful (Back) Road Trips

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 7:00 PM by Louise Gleeson

Take the road less traveled.

Road trips are a great time to reconnect. When I hear the words road and trip, I think of rolled-down windows and off-key singing to an endless loop of tunes.

Mini Chefs

Thursday, July 31, 2014 4:51 PM by Arts & Cookery Bank

Kids savour the flavours of culinary boot camp.

The Savour the Flavour Boot Camp was an Outrageously Rural experience that lead to great food, lots of fun and a few good laughs! This chef-led, intensive, outrageous culinary training demanded Junior students, from ages 11 - 14, to roll up their sleeves, dig in and take a fresh look at the foods they eat and how they are prepared.