Tuesday, June 23, 2009

TV Crew Filming in The Beach


Beach Blooms flower/gift shop was all a buzz with a television crew! The local shop located on Mosley Street W. will be part of an episode of Rich Bride Poor Bride - it will air in November - stay tuned! How cool! Beach Blooms is owned by the lovely Denise Young. Her happy store is located at 3081 Mosley St. (west side of town, near 58th St.). 705 429 1112

Monday, June 22, 2009

The Fog of Wasaga Beach

You must experience this. I posted about the fog here too. It comes on fast; unexpected, creepy. It mists our entire beach town. Often it can be a welcome 'cooling' on a hot day. You won't want to miss it. It happened yesterday on the first day of summer.

You Should Visit Balm Beach





























It's like stepping back into the 1930's and 40's. It is delightful, safe, quaint and tiny (no pun intended as it is located in Tiny Township on Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada) - and it's tiny, but it's beachy-mighty! (I posted about it last June here) What a perfect location for a family picnic! Balm Beach is just a short, happy, meandering drive away from Wasaga Beach; you will love peeping at all the beach houses and cottages. We love to go to the world famous Georgian Grill. It has been a shore side restaurant and family arcade since 1934. You'll enjoy delicious homemade (yes truly!) burgers and poutine and onion rings to kill for. Top off the fun with a soft-serve ice cream cone. (see full menu here) The price is so right (affordable) and guess what? - my flag art hangs in there too! For nostalgic family fun that's been a tradition for generations visit Balm Beach soon! You can see a gallery of images here and a gallery of history here.



Sunday, June 21, 2009

Days With My Father


HERE is a very touching website about a Father. When you get to the link keep clicking near the bottom of the page. You will do it 39 times to see 39 photos. Get a tissue. Happy Father's Day! (Dad, I Love You. Thank You for a wonderful life!)

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Sunshine On A Cloudy Day Wasaga Beach



SUNSHINE ON A CLOUDY DAY IS HELPING TO BREAK DOWN BARRIERS FOR THE THIRD YEAR IN A ROW

WASAGA BEACH (June 18, 2009) –
Sunshine on a Cloudy Day will hold its Third Birthday Celebration Extravaganza between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm on Saturday June 27th, 2009 at 174 Main Street and at Dusk at 198 Main Street in Wasaga Beach. Chris Carrigan of 97.7 The Beach will be live on location from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. The day’s festivities will include give-aways, “P.O.P.” Raffles, a Dunk Tank and a row of midway style games with prizes: 3 in a Row, Plinko, Ring Toss, Basketball Challenge and Golf Challenge. There will be live performances by Teknical Difficulties and Ear Candy, and a “Wet and Wild Car Wash” in the Dusk parking lot at 198 Main Street. Boston Pizza will be onsite serving lemonade and pizza samples. All of the day’s proceeds will be donated to Breaking Down Barriers Independent Living Resource Centre. Breaking Down Barriers strives to create a supportive community where people with disabilities can live independent lives.

Sunshine on a Cloudy Day is a new concept specialty Canadian gift store featuring homemade fudge, truffles, hand crafted art, jewellery, gourmet food, candy shoppe, bath & body products, gift baskets galore and so much more. We proudly support Canada every day - over 80% of our “smile approved” product lines are Canadian made and designed. Conveniently located on Main Street, which is home to many of the town’s motels, restaurants and campgrounds, and Faythe Pal’s other retail store Dusk located at 198 Main Street. Sunshine on a Cloudy Day offers an all around unique shopping experience at its upbeat, stylish, one-of-a-kind Wasaga Beach location.

For more information on Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, its products and its services please contact Faythe Pal at 705-422-1154 or visit http://www.sunshineonacloudyday.ca/
For more information on Breaking Down Barriers please contact Andrea Abbott-Kokosin at 705-445-1543 Ext. 203 or visit their website at http://www.breakingdownbarriers.org/


Garage Sales in The Beach

You'll find the up-to-the-minute listings here on The Beach Post blog. Click HERE OR view them often - see right sidebar!

LOOK UP IN THE SKY !!! Flypasts!!!





Courtesy of Brian Kirkwood - PROBUS CLUB OF WASAGA BEACH

NOTICE:
In celebration of the Centennial of Flight in Canada (1909 to 2009) therewill be flypasts of an F-86 Sabre (Hawk 1), a CF-18 Hornet, and the Snowbirds over our region of Southern Ontario. Here is the timetable broken down by aircraft/date/time/city/town:


HAWK 1 June 22 (Monday)*
1030 hours overhead Alliston*
1033 hours overhead Borden*
1036 hours overhead Angus*
1039 hours overhead Collingwood*
1042 hours overhead Wasaga Beach*
1046 hours overhead Barrie



CF-18 HORNET June 22 (Monday)*
1330 hours overhead Alliston*
1333 hours overhead Borden*
1336 hours overhead Angus*
1339 hours overhead Collingwood*
1342 hours overhead Wasaga Beach*
1346 hours overhead Barrie



SNOWBIRDS June 23 (Tuesday)*
1300 hours overhead Alliston*
1302 hours overhead Borden*
1303 hours overhead Angus*
1306 hours overhead Collingwood*
1307 hours overhead Wasaga Beach*
1311 hours overhead Barrie

NOTE: These flypasts will be weather and service ability dependent, and as a result may not take place or may occur earlier or later than the giventimes.

Please inform your local constituents of this celebratory flypast and let
them know to "look-up" when the time arrives!

As we say in the Canadian Air Force..."Per Ardua Ad Astra!" (Through Adversity to the Stars!)Sincerely,Captain Terry Wong

Terry Wong
Captain Wing Flight Safety Officer
16 Wing Borden
National Defence
Borden ON Canada
L0M 1C0
terry.wong@forces.gc.ca
Telephone 705-424-1200 Ext 7169
Fax 705-423-3385
Government of Canada

Worsley School Band Concert





June 18th was a perfect evening in The Beach. The band shell played host to the 2 year old Worsley School Band (conducted by the talented, dedicated and enthusiastic teacher, Mr. Morin - top photo yellow shirt) and wowed the local crowd of all ages. What a great performance! Some rock, pop, jazz, classical and contemporary. You can click on the photos to enlarge. Did you know there was a band shell behind the Recplex that anyone can rent? http://www.wasagabeach.com "Making Music Makes You Smarter"