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Huron/Perth's only free magazine dedicated to adults 50+. Stories are written by local people, for local people.

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Over 10,000 copies are distributed free for pick-up at targeted locations across Huron/Perth, Stratford and St. Marys.

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Welcome to winter!

Since our children were born, parents of older children have been telling me “Enjoy it while you can because time goes so fast.” At the time, as a sleep-deprived young Mom, it was the last thing I wanted to hear; yet I now realize how true it is. I am more aware, with each passing

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Keep travelling this fall

Yet another amazing Huron/Perth summer has come and gone. It seemed to be the perfect mix of just hot enough, with all the sunny days explorers and beachgoers needed to be happy, and just the right amount of rain at just the right time to keep the farmers happy too. Our family had a fantastic

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Spreading love and kindness

Summer – we thought you’d never show your true self! Winter seemed especially long this year in Huron/Perth, costing us most of our spring, so it’s nice to finally be able to get outside and mostly know what to expect, weather-wise. Summer is always a gem in our beautiful corner of Ontario. The fact that

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We want to hear from you!

We did it! We made it through another Huron/Perth winter! My family spent a lot of time at the arena, cheering on our daughter’s hockey team, as well as those of our friends’ children. I love how the community comes together at the rink, especially for those exciting playoff games! However, I look forward to

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Don’t let winter get you down

Thanks for picking up the winter issue of Huron-Perth Boomers! We have another great issue for you, with one story in particular that gave me pause. It’s about beating the winter blahs (Page 4), and it explains how we’re physiologically dispositioned to conserve energy at this time of year, so we need to stop being

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Summer felt short, but fall is best

Yet again summer felt short, and, I admit, it was too chilly and rainy for my liking. On the plus side, I made sure to take advantage of the beautiful, sunny days we did have, making them that much sweeter. The turning of the calendar isn’t all bad news either because fall is, by far, my

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