Renaissance Woman Awakens:

Re-Ignite Your Fire



Join Us for a magical weekend of Alchemy by the Fire, of Reflection, Story-Telling and Goal-Setting for the New Year, in a supportive circle of self-motivated, accomplished women – The Renaissance Women – who know who they are, who know how to turn Lead into Gold and who yearn to re-connect with Their Inner Alchemist, Their Self-Mastery, Their Highest Potential.


Re-ignite Your Meaning and Purpose by Relaxing by the Warmth of a Winter Fire, Sharing Stories That Nurture Your Soul


DATE:  Jan. 12 – 14, 2018 (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon)

LOCATION: Hidden Buddha Healing Center, Rideau Lakes, Ontario (Between Ottawa and Kingston)

COST:  $249 + hst, per person


CONTACT:  lidia@AponaHealingArts.com

416-912-1721 /  613-275-2768

The Holiday Season @ The Cove

Thanks so much for your ongoing support this year and throughout the last almost 30 years of business! It’s been another great year, thanks to all of you! We look forward to many great events in 2018! Check us out on Facebook and Instagram @thecoveinn @thecovekitchenchronicles! All of us at

Westport Rideau’s Games

  Founded in 1976, Westport Community Centre has a seasonal rink open from Early September to Late March. Equipped with canteen and heated spectator seating. Public Skating: Admission: $2.00 Fridays 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. & TBA Please call Joel 613-273-2152 or email: nbresee@villageofwestport.ca for Perimeter Sign, Board Sign and Ice Rental

Explore Rideau lakes ONTARIO

Rideau Lakes is truly the hub of eastern Ontario, with Provincial Highway 15 and the scenic historic Rideau Waterway running through its Centre. The Township of Rideau Lakes is blessed with an abundance of lakes. Rideau Lakes has 500 km (310 miles) of shoreline, excluding the Rideau Waterway. The Waterway itself traverses the Township, from the towering granite cliffs at Chaffey's Locks to the more gentle and pastoral areas of the Lower Rideau Lake. The Waterway represents an important link with the past. With island-studded lakes, man-made channels, flowing rivers and pastoral sites along its length, the Waterway offers excellent water for canoeing, sailing, boating and fishing.

Along with all of the water and activities that go with it, the Rideau Lakes is surrounded by beautiful little towns and villages offering unique shopping and dining. Several festivals and fairs also provide entertainment while visiting the area. During the summer there is a Farmer's Market every Saturday morning. If you have never been to the Rideau Lakes area or you are a returning visitor and would like to find out about places to stay, stores to shop at and things to do, visit our Business Directory.