As summer lingers with crops of corn, squash and beans, known in Indigenous agriculture as the three sisters, we owe thanks to our hosts the Anishinabi, Algonquin people.
The Cavanagh barn off Main Street, Stittsville, reflects the heritage of our area. The willow and maple trees on the property have a stately presence.
Perpetua Quigley is a local artist who is capturing Stittsville through her watercolour sketches. She is sharing her artwork and Haiku with the community to preserve what our history holds.