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On The Hunt For Antiques


Calling all collectors and bargain hunters - the city of  Kingston, Ontario is a hot spot for antique shopping. This is your chance to unearth exciting pieces, so mark your calendars for a weekend of treasure hunting adventure. The shops around town have been spotted with little treasure troves filled with antiques galore waiting for you to find your perfect match.

Whether you're looking for an electric tea set, an accent piece, furniture or an elusive collectible, the stores listed below have done the legwork for you, sorting through countless relics to dig up antique gold. But let's face there's still plenty of hunting for you to do and that's where all the fun is!

Antique Alley

On The Hunt For Antiques Kingston Ontario

Where: 207-B Wellington Street Kingston, ON  | Website: www.antiquealley.ca

End of the Thread Antique Emporium 

On The Hunt For Antiques Kingston Ontario

Where: 201 Princess St Kingston, ON  | Website: www.endofthethread.com

Pickers World Antique Market

On The Hunt For Antiques Kingston Ontario

Where: 1473 Princess St, Kingston, ON | Website: www.pickersworld.weebly.com

Barriefield Antiques

On The Hunt For Antiques Kingston Ontario

Where: 8 Drummond St, Kingston, ON  | Website: www.antiqueskingston.com

Sunday Market Square Antiques

On The Hunt For Antiques Kingston Ontario

Where: Market Square, Brock and King Streets |  Website: www.kingstonantiquemarket.ca

Treasure Cove Antiques

Where: 90 Brock Street Kingston, ON | Website: www.kingstontreasurecoveantiques.com


Do you have a favourite antiques spot?

-xoxo 
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Giveaway: Back to the Farm: MacKinnon Brothers Beer + Music Festival


MacKinnon Brothers Brewing is back at it again this summer inviting the community to their ever so popular event that was quite the success last year. Introducing the second annual Back to the Farm: MacKinnon Brothers Beer & Music Festival taking place on Sunday, August 21, 2016 from 12pm-10pm at their beautiful farm and brewery in Bath, Ontario.

The family farm will be transformed into an outdoor music venue that will feature amazing local bands, plus headlining sets from Queen’s alumni Lost Cousins, Toronto’s Ivory Hours, and Montreal electrosoul band Busty & The Bass. It will also be filled with artisans vendors, brewery tours, local food trucks, wine and cider from Prince Edward County and of course craft beer!

 Bonus: it's an all ages party so bring the famjam along as kids under 12 are free.

Enter below to win a pair of tickets:

Giveaway: Back to the Farm: MacKinnon Brothers Beer + Music Festival

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Winner will be announced August 3rd, 2016.

Want more chances to win? I'm giving away another set of tickets on Instragram, like the post to enter!

Where: MacKinnon Brothers Brewing, 1915 County Road 22, Bath, ON

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition


Hop on a bus, fly on a plane, cruise along the 401 highway or travel by boat - the options are endless when traveling to Kingston, a city rich with history and most pleasurable attractions ideal for family vacations, weekend with the girls or a romantic getaway. Whether business or pleasure, simply let your mind discover the gateway to the Thousand Islands.

Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition

Get Around

It’s all here, but how exactly do you get from here to there and there to here? Don’t worry – there are several easy ways to get around Kingston. Transportation includes car, bus, rail, boat, plane, and our personal favourite, the Trolley Tour which offers Hop On, Hop Off tours of historic Kingston. Or hop aboard a scenic boat tour as you explore the Thousand Islands during a sunset dinner cruise - it's a sightseer's paradise. Better yet, launch a canoe, kayak or sailboat and navigate Kingston's spectacular waterfront.

Go Back In History

You can see, hear, feel and sometimes even taste, the history throughout Kingston. Watch a world-famous Sunset Ceremony at Fort Henry while getting involved with its fully charged day programs filled with artillery demonstrations, afternoon parades or muster up the courage to fire a field cannon. Listen for Kingston's own Town Crier Chris Whyman deliver creative cries during public announcements that'll make you smile and laugh. Take a journey back in time and visit Bellevue House, a National Historic Site but also home to Canada's founding father Sir John A. Macdonald. 

Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition

Get goose bumps as you dare tour through Kingston's paranormal past with the Original Haunted Walk through one of the city's most historic districts and the Ghosts of the Fort walking tour on the grounds of spooky Fort Henry. Experience a taste of history at the Public Market, tucked away in the beautiful downtown core right behind City Hall in Springer Market Square. It truly is one of the oldest markets in Ontario; it is filled with the ambiance of joyous spirits, smiles and delightful bites of the past.

Tasty Bites

 Fulfill your appetite by sitting back, sipping on local wine and savouring what Kingston has to offer. Relish in a weekend brunch at Pan Chancho Bakery & Cafe - perhaps Sweet Potato Hash or a flavourful French toast with Apple Butter Yogurt. A tad peckish? Tango Neuvo offers Spanish style tapas dishes with a flair prepared with locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as locally produced meats and artisan cheeses. You certainly will not regret your culinary visit. Did someone say You Gotta Eat Here? Well funny man himself John Catucci did, so you gotta overwhelm your senses with an East Coast meets Baja Mexico meal at Dianne's Fish Shack & Smokehouse. Or join a culinary walking adventure with Kingston Food Tour in downtown Kingston!

Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition

Check Out Local Events

Immerse yourself into the community of Kingston. Spend each Saturday morning in the heart of downtown, learning foodie secrets as Kingston’s best chefs come together with local producers to share their knowledge and passion for local food with the public during cooking demos. Bring your lawn chair and spend every Thursday evening in the summer catching a free movie in the historic Springer Market Square at dusk. Music lover? Head down to Confederation Park every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday during lunch hour for free live entertainment.

Charge Up Your Camera

You’re not on vacation unless you’re taking needless photos of everything. Charge your battery. Empty your memory card and get click happy. Take all the cheesy shots you want. No one is judging. You’re on holiday remember? Kingston is home to several picturesque vantage points from Confederation Park, the Waterfront Trail, Royal Military College and Lemoine Point Conservation Area are just a few of several many.

Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition

The Arts

The art scene in Kingston is one like no other from the sublime heritage architecture to its dynamic gallery spaces. The city is filled with creativity and awaits art lovers to relish this realm. Filled with surprises at every corner of eclectic works, Kingston is quite rightly home to an outstanding contemporary art scene that includes long-established art museums such as the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and smaller, independent venues like the Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre.

If you're out on a stroll in downtown Kingston, wander into Martello Alley off Wellington Street to get a glimpse of local art work or take a peek at Studio 22 overlooking historic market square - an open gallery space and a creative design studio. The options are endless!

Tourist for a Day: Kingston Edition

Make your next Kingston getaway, one to remember!

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Eating Local: A Way of Life


Eating local food is more than a trend or a subject, it is a way of life. And I am proud to say that I am now a locavore. I'll be honest, I wasn't always especially as a university student but the appeal started when I noticed a farmer's market on campus every week and on my way home I'd fill my bag up with fresh veggies and a loaf of bread. This was convenient for my schedule rather than trekking to the grocery store a few blocks away. As time went on, it was part of my routine and what sparked my interest in the local food scene.

Eating Local A Way of Life

Fast forward a few years ago where my foodie partner-in-crime and I decided to support a local farm through a CSA - a program that offers weekly freshly picked farm-raised food boxes. The decision to support a local farm was purely based on freshness and cost. Locally grown fruits and vegetables are usually harvested the same day as they are collected. You can’t beat the flavour of fresh. Also buying locally and eating seasonally supports the local economy, helps keep farms in business and creates local jobs. The added bonus of supporting a local farmer is the vast variety of product and abundance. These farmers help you put into perspective that food truly has become an industrial commodity and we should appreciate the craft of farming itself. Food should be an experience - we often forget and even take for granted what mother nature has graced us with. Since living in Kingston, my passion and knowledge for local foods has expanded tremendously and am glad that our local farmers are leading the way in aspiring the local food economy.

It is truly inspiring to see a local farmer take a passion and let it grow beyond belief. To know that the farm we supported a few years back is doing amazingly well, makes us proud and even more excited for the future. We truly appreciate that food is something that is crafted and grown with love, hard work and pure commitment. So to see others recognize this worth is exceptional as lives and families change but also to see folks more connected to our environment.

Supporting the local food system is all about baby steps from going to restaurants that source foods locally, stopping by a farmers market or visiting your farmers directly.

Remember your fruits and veggies shouldn't all look perfect and the joy of seeing different shapes, sizes and colour brings excitement when going local!


-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Nautical Vibes with Helly Hansen


A season of exuberant heat and thunderstorms, this summer has been a world wind of crazy weather that has been slightly unpredictable. So heading to the cottage for the weekend can be a tad challenging as my weekender bag is packed with shorts, a bathing suit and with a cloudy forecast, my trusty Helly Hansen Lyness raincoat.

Helly Hansen Nautical Cottage Weekend

A weekend spent at the cottage unplugging from the digital world and the city is sometime greatly needed to actually unwind. Leaving the distractions of work behind with strolls along the lake and bike rides along the shore sure help ease your mind and overall this is exactly what I needed.

This chic nautical raincoat helped me stay nice and dry from all elements of weather all weekend thanks to the Helly Tech protection. As a practical gal, I need my wardrobe to fit all aspects of my life even when mother nature decides to grace us with rain. Along with a breathable design,  this coat is both waterproof and windproof, ding ding! And it's lightweight making it perfect if you are travelling - I know this baby will be coming with me on my trip to Iceland next month!


Helly Hansen Nautical Cottage Weekend

While I have been compensated with product - this review is all my own honest opinions and experiences.

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Summer Fitness in the Limestone City


Trying to find summer fitness options in Kingston can sometimes be overwhelming and to be honest expensive. But don't worry I've put together a list that will put the cool factor back into your workout routine because every small step in the right direction counts to better health. And let's be honest, it's tough to get your booty out the door to an unappealing and stuffy gym. So beat the heat and hit your workout hard with these summertime outdoor fitness options:

Early Morning Paddle

One of the great pleasures of living by the waterfront in our lovely city of Kingston is the benefit of proximity. Enjoy an early morning paddle session at Ahoy Rentals every Wednesday at 6h30am for an hour on the water to invigorate you before work. Take out a kayak or stand up paddleboard and explore Kingston's shoreline in the morning mist. Take in the views of history, the feel of the light breeze across the St. Lawrence River and the warmth of the rising sun - all before breakfast.

$15 drop in fee or $40/month pass for 4 mornings.

Where: 23 Ontario St, Kingston, ON

Reserve your spot now at www.ahoyrentals.com or email at andrew@ahoyrentals.com

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Outdoor Yoga

Strike a pose and try taking your practice outside. Kingston is fortunate to have a variety of studios which allows you to try different styles and offer outdoor drop-in sessions. If you can spot a trend by now, I love the waterfront and what better way than to unwind with yoga and the sound of waves.

1. Urban Om (Canceled for rest of summer)

Give your mat some loving grass stains at Douglas Fluhrer Park where Urban Om sets up shop five days a week from 6h30pm to 7h30pm. Classes are open-level meaning they are suitable for beginners as well!

By Donation. Available until September 9th.

Where: Douglas Fluhrer Park

Learn more at www.urban-om-yoga.com

2. Lululemon Kingston

Take time to soak in some sun, warm up your muscles and breathe in the summer fresh air on Kingston's beautiful waterfront. Start your Sunday morning with a free waterfront yoga session at 9h30am and then enjoy complimentary fruit by the lovely folks at Lululemon.

Where: Battery Park

Visit their Facebook Page for updates: www.facebook.com/lululemonKingston

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Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP)

Stand-up paddleboardinging is an amazing way to tone your whole body without feeling like you're exercising. Don't be fooled by how easy it looks. It requires the use of your entire body, with a major emphasis on core stability and control. It's a heck of a good time solo or with a group of friends.

1. Intro to SUP at Trailhead

This 90 minute clinic will introduce you to the balancing art of this new form of exercise. It is a great way to explore your favourite waters around the city. You will learn the fundamentals of efficient board movement, safety and maybe a party trick or two.

Monday Evenings: 4:00 & 6:00pm
No experience required, but an ability to swim is essential

Where: Locations vary.

For more information visit: www.trailheadkingston.ca

2. Why not incorporate some yoga in the mix? 

Join Ahoy Rentals and yoga/stand up paddleboard instructor Jonathan MacCaul from Sublime Fitness & Health to guide you through this new and exciting activity. The emphasis on breathing, balance and core engagement is a wonderful addition to the yoga and the SUP experience. The peacefulness of floating on the water combined with the meditative nature of yoga creates an overall blissful feeling that will surely have you coming back for more.

Where: 23 Ontario St, Kingston, ON

Reserve your spot now at www.ahoyrentals.com

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Rowing

Forget the machines at the gym and get out on the water! This fantastic low-impact form of cardio works your legs and core in a major way and what better way to make friends by team building! The Kingston Rowing Club is a fabulous club house with great coaches willing to help you learn if you're a beginner or improve your technique!

Where: 1 Cataraqui St, Kingston, ON

Learn more at www.kingstonrowingclub.com

Reserve your spot now at www.kingstonrowingclub.com/register

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Aquatic Golf

Not only is golf a fun way to stay fit, it can also help you gain endurance and reduces stress. Change up the scenery and hit up Kingston Expert Tees. This is more than just an ordinary driving range - challenge yourself and friends with a bit of friendly competition and work on your golf distance but also accuracy.

Where: 1165 Collins Bay Road Kingston, ON

Learn more at www.experttees.com

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Have any suggestions for other fitness spots in Kingston? Let me know!
Rosalyn Gambhir
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The Kick + Push Festival Kicks Off


This Friday July 15th marks the launch of Kingston's new summer attraction - The Kick & Push Festival. The theatre venture only a year old is all about celebrating innovation that offers one-of-a-kind experiences in unique spaces. It takes the audience past theirs seat and the curtain and immerses them right in the centre of the action. This is not your typical theatre event as observers are up close and personal with the performers as well as the storyline.

Kick and Push Festival Kingston

A collaboration of theatrical events presented by theatre companies within the city of Kingston and beyond, the celebration starts with the Storefront Festival from July 15-23 where empty downtown storefronts on Princess St will be transformed and revitalized into works of art but also set the stage for performances. From Fake Nerd Girl, Social Medium: A Short Term Self Evaluation to Ravish Me, expect to be wowed and shows are only $8!

From historic landmarks to City Hall, The Kick & Push Festival has gone above and beyond to offer a unique style of theatre to give you a glimpse into cultural and historical spaces, in hopes that you will see theatre in a new light. The Festival continues with productions from an acrobatic folk opera titled Beneath Our Feet, an immersive experience with Overlooked to a new take on a William Shakespeare classic called The Taming of the Shrew and lots more!

Tickets are now on sale: www.kingstongrand.ca/the-kick-and-push

Visit the Grand Theatre Box Office for more information or call 613-530-2050.

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Summer Welcomes New Shops in Downtown Kingston


Summer is officially upon us with its blazing heat and fun festivities happening in downtown Kingston. From Buskers Rendezvous to Movies in the Square, our vibrant city is bursting with culture, creativity and quite the foodie scene. This summer in particular, we welcome some new fun filled additions that certainly require mention and will be at the top of your bucket list.

{Cacao 70}

Balzac's Coffee Roasters


Named in honour of coffee aficionado and French novelist Honoré de Balzac, Balzac’s started out as a coffee stand in Toronto and fast forward today, locations spread across Southern Ontario. This cafe has now made its way into the lovely city of Kingston and I couldn't be any happier. With core founding values of being artisanal, sustainable, local and natural, Balzac's will be a great addition to the downtown core.

Opens July 8th, 2016 at 12pm!

Where: Princess Street and Sydenham Street, Kingston, ON


Parfait


Tucked away up on Princess St lies a new fresh and frozen yogurt bar serving up healthy options. From frozen greek yogurt to refreshing toppings such as fruits, dark chocolate chips and granola, Parfait is the perfect spot to cool off this summer and indulge without feeling guilty.

Where: 268 Princess St, Kingston, ON



Cacao 70


The ultimate haven for chocoholics is yours truly Cacao 70, soon to be opening just steps away from historic Springer Market Square. Prepare yourself for a dessert overload! The menu offers sweet fixes such as chocolate marshmallow pizza, banana split waffles and chocolate fondues. The options are endless and if you're craving it, then chances are Cacao 70 serves it. But don't worry, they also serve brunch options that include sweet and savoury delights from omelettes, grilled sandwiches to pressed crepe sandwiches.

Opening soon.

Where: 340 King St E, Kingston, ON


What's your new favourite shop in downtown Kingston?

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes


Adventure comes in many forms - I seek adventure for a sense of calmness in my life and to surround myself with the beauty of nature. From paddling to hiking or going on the hunt for the next foodie spot, there is always a thrill involved. But one that stays true to me since I was a young child was being out on the water. It has always had a calming effect and lifted my spirits so I truly relish in every experience I get to go out and enjoy Mother Nature.

So to kick off the summer season, I was delighted to have been invited to paddle along with Andrew, owner of Cruising Canoes for a fun day of adventure in the magnificent Bay of Quinte region. There's a catch though, the paddling tour also included a wine and dine aspect to it - amazing right?! The tour allows for 2 paddling opportunities, 3 course lunch, 3 wineries with tastings, cheese factory tour and several lovely surprises. It sure doesn't get any better than that!

A new tour experience to the region, it allows folks, like myself to unplug while enjoying the serene natural beauty via canoe and the delicious local wine as well as food being crafted from the surrounding land.

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Let's Get Paddling:

The journey commenced by meeting up at The Travelodge in the quaint city of Belleville for pick up in Andrew's van which tugged the canoes behind. Over the Bay Bridge, we proceeded to Prince Edward County to depart for our paddle start location of Prinyers Cove on County Road 7. The drive up was picturesque with rural charm with stops such as Lake on the Mountain to admire the sights and photo opportunities. You may have to come back and try out The Miller House located just a few steps away!

Stop #1: Lake on the Mountain



Stop #2: Prinyers Cove


With experience paddlers onboard, we were ready for our first paddle of the journey as we glided into the water with ease. I hopped into a canoe with Andrew and with each stroke we took, time simply flew by and the chatter amongst us continued. The water was clear and the scenery was picture perfect.

p.s. I won't spoil all the surprises but after this paddling session, you'll indulge in award-winning Canadian cheese from the area right up the road. Yum!

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes
{Our guide Andrew also known as Twiggy.}


Stop #3: County Cider Company

This stop was by far my favourite as I sipped on a pleasant and refreshing peach cider, while I shared a few slices of a savoury white sauce wood-fired pizza topped with chicken, pear, spinach and chèvre. Gathered around the table, this was a great opportunity to socialize, have some cider tastings and enjoy the summer sun with the views of Lake Ontario over top of the establishment's grape vines.

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Stop #4: Waupoos Estates Winery

After County Cider Company, we continue just down the road to Waupoos Winery - the founding vineyard/winery of Prince Edward County. Here expect a tour of the facility and a fabulous 3 course lunch on site at the Gazebo Restaurant. Be sure to take a stroll down the the water before hopping back on the van!

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Stop #5: Little Bluff Conservation Area


 A true hidden gem in Prince Edward County, Little Bluff is a deserted cove tucked away and accessible via a pathway half-hidden in the bushes. As the second paddling spot for the day, our group was tuckered out and simply decided to take in the sights of the County and skip stones. The water was rich, deep blue and the grey stones set the scene as we glanced out to the rugged shoreline. If you're feeling adventurous, don't forget to pack a bathing suit and take a quick dip.

You may think this is the last stop but before heading back to Belleville, Andrew loads up the van and heads to Devils Wishbone Winery for another tour and tasting.

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

The Wine and Paddle Tour lets you explore the wonderful region of Prince Edward County while also visiting wineries and cheesemakers. So don't miss out on a great adventure - whether it's a girls trip  or getting the boys together for some fun or a corporate team building retreat, the options are endless and you are in good hands with owner and guide Andrew!

Wine and Paddle with Cruising Canoes

Reserve Your Spot Now

Available 7 days a week. Contact Twiggy at cruisingcanoes@gmail.com or 613-661-5208

For more information visit, www.cruisingcanoes.ca

Thank you Bay of Quinte Tourism for the opportunity to paddle along!
Rosalyn Gambhir
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Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque


Roll down your windows, cue up the playlists and hit highway #2 this Canada Day for a quaint road trip to Gananoque, Ontario along the St. Lawrence river. Less than 30 minutes away from Kingston, this adventure is scenic, iconic and offers exciting stops along the way. This day trip won't break the bank and great for families as well. So pack up the car, get on the road and make some memories together at the following spots:

1. Gananoque RibFest

It's Canada Day long weekend and what better way than to get down and finger lickin' dirty, with ribs and bbq sauce. With free admission, the festival is back and will not disappoints your taste buds at Town Hall Park. Ribbers throughout North America - Jack The Ribber, Route 55 BBQ Team, Smokehouse Bandits, Crabby's BBQ Shack - are serving up amazingness on the grill that will fill your stomachs with the most flavoursome ribs, chicken and pulled pork.

So remember to bring cash and those wet naps, 'cause this festival is bound to get your hands plenty sticky and messy family style. 

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

2. Gananoque Brewing Company

This year the local brewery has introduced a fabulous new addition to its establishment - it goes by the name of a Beer Garden where surprisingly outside food is more than welcome. So whether you've visited The Socialist Pig next door or Gananoque Ribfest, this is the perfect next stop for a pint of craft beer. You won't regret it and will be wanting more.

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

3. Nature's Tonic

A new addition to King St this summer, Nature's Tonic dedicates itself to their passion of creating products with love of Mother Earth. As a juice bar, they offer smoothies, kombucha, supplements and a wide variety of holistic products. I highly recommend the Beau Rivage Exlixir filled with fruity goodness - apples, cranberry juice, beet cherry, honey and banana! So if you're looking for something a bit more up the health route, this is the spot for you!

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

4. Little Pump House

Let your inner artist shine at the Little Pump House located just a few steps away from the Gananoque Brewing Company. This shop contains beautiful work of local artists and crafts people, so why not bring a piece of Gananoque back home with you.

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

5. Steel Style Garage

End the day with a bit of retail therapy at one of my favourite store in Gananoque. If you're looking for a unique shopping experience, Steel is your go-to boutique offering the most stylish yet cool vibe apparel from Mink Pink, Volcom, Roxy and the list goes on! While the clothes and accessories are the spotlight, the building it is located within is one to be admired as well with old beams, posts and restored and re-purposed items.

Canada Day Road Trip to Gananoque

Gananoque is filled with wonderful hang out spots especially by the waterfront, so don't forget to take a stroll down by the boats or hop on a cruise tour! Craving some foodie delights at the end of your journey? Then stop by Riva Restaurant on your way out for an exceptional local meal.

Happy Canada Day!

-xoxo
Rosalyn Gambhir
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