Tag Archives: St Andrews

Paddlefest Announce 2017 Line-Up

It’s officially spring. Along with the chirping  of birds, a growing distrust in groundhogs, and the hope that we might see the return of greener foliage, comes the clockwork arrival of festival announcements. For St Andrew’s it marks the likelihood of hypothermia being downgraded from a promise to a possibility and the annual return of Paddlefest. Continue reading Paddlefest Announce 2017 Line-Up

Paddlefest: Come For The Music, Stay For A Lifetime

St. Andrews-By-The-Sea is predominantly a tourist town. The Winters can be long and much less exciting than the boom of the Summer season. The seaside town stays fairly quiet well into Spring, until Paddlefest weekend when the town of a couple thousand is flooded with with an extra five hundred people, ready to partake in music, hiking, and paddling. Continue reading Paddlefest: Come For The Music, Stay For A Lifetime

Ministers Island Is Raising The Roof With Craft Beer

Are you familiar with Canada? Good. Now let me tell you a story about how all that came to happen. Canada is a beautiful and majestic land. It’s also very big. You wouldn’t want to Terry Fox your way across it with a satchel of grain on your back, which is exactly how the people of British Columbia explained it to Parliament, more or less, at their proposal of Confederation. And so, a promise was made to construct a railway that spanned the breadth of the land; a railway that would carry supplies and immigrants from east to west, unifying the country, and practically define the rim of America’s hat. Continue reading Ministers Island Is Raising The Roof With Craft Beer