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Spa Essentials

Relax & Unwind While Enhancing The Natural You Spa Essentials was established in 1999. We are a team of dedicated individuals who treat customers as we would like to be treated and are constantly striving to go above and beyond your expectations. Our 2-storey yellow brick home is quiet and modern providing a place for the everyday individual to stop, relax and unwind while enhancing the natural you.   • Phone: 519-523-4793 • www.spaessentialsblyth.com • 406 Mill Street (corner of Dinsley & Mill) P.O. Box 220 Blyth, Ontario N0M...

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Timber’s Outfitters

A Dream Come True After more than 20 years of dreaming, Dwain Forrest has finally done it. (pdf version of this article) Have you ever wanted to go on a camping trip but didn’t know where to start looking for equipment? Well, look no further. Seaforth is home to Timber’s Outfitters owned by Dwain Forrest. Forrest opened Timber’s Outfitters March 5, 2009, but he has been dreaming about starting the business for over 20 years. “We are a reasonably priced retail store for all camping, canoeing and kayaking needs,” says Forrest, “Anything that we have here is stuff I’ve used in...

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P.A. Roy Insurance Brokers

The Protection Specialists With locations in Clinton and Wingham, P.A. Roy Insurance Brokers can help you find the perfect coverage for everything you want to protect. (pdf version of this article) P.A. Roy Insurance Brokers has been insuring individuals, families, farmers and business owners since it was founded by Peter Roy in 1957 and son Jeff Roy purchased the business in 1997. There have been some big changes over those 53 years, including becoming computerized, going paperless and incorporating the Internet and social media into the protection business. “We protect peoples’...

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Blyth Festival

Locally Grown Stories Each year, the Blyth Festival showcases homegrown plays. But it’s more than just a theatre. (pdf version of this article) For over 30 years, the Blyth Festival has been entertaining audiences with “grassroots theatre for grassroots people.” It’s something that Artistic Director Eric Coates says no one else was doing in the 1970s. Many of the plays since 1975 have been true stories based on local people. “Innocence Lost,” which was the story about Clinton native Steven Truscott and his battle with the law was recently part of the Blyth Festival line up....

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Solace on Turnberry

Wellness Spa You deserve it. And you’ll love it! (pdf version of this article) Solace on Turnberry is a lovely space in a beautiful 19th century building on Brussels’ main street. Located in the Leckie Block, built in 1876, the building has been renewed and has  become a place of personal  renewal.  A sense of calm seems to descend from the building itself as you pass through its entrance. The subsequent warm furnishings, period woodwork and magnificent fireplace  all slow time itself, relaxing you with its  rich history  before any treatment starts. ...

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Cinnamon Jim’s Cafe

Good Friends, Good Music Fun and great food are a wonderful combination. (pdf version of this article) (2011 Event Schedule) Video produced by HuronTV in association with the Municipality of Huron East script by: Carolyn Parks-Mintz A café has long been on Jim Lee’s “to do” list. With the raison d’etre of good food, good friends and good music, he and Lois launched Cinnamon Jim’s Café in 2006, setting up on Brussels main street in a unique flatiron building dating from 1879. Along with the initial renovations to their beautiful heritage structure, the Lee’s have restored the...

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