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Sunday April 3

A visit with potter Cathi Jefferson 
to her studio on the banks of the Cowichan River as part of the Cowichan's Artisans studio tour running from April 15-17.

Author John Cherrington on his book Walking to Camelot, which details a 300 mile or 482
kilometre walk through some of England's most celebrated walking paths, and all the characters and history he ran into along the way.

Hot Thai Kitchen is the name of one of the hottest YouTube cooking shows available and now the creator and host, Pailin Chongchitnant, has a brand new cookbook of the same name. Here is the link to the Lemongrass Soup recipe

Celebrating the cherry tree with urban forest correspondent David Tracey

More word play with our Puzzling Professor Jonathon Berkowitz


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