Fat-Dissolving Healing Foods:



Join us for an Empowering Weekend, Around the Nurturing Warmth of a Winter Fire, In a Supportive Circle of Self-Motivated Women Who Are Ready to Rise To Their Potential. Learn about the Power of Healing Foods to Dissolve Fat and Restore Health, While Surrounded by the Peaceful Energies of Nature.
• Achieve Sustainable Weight Loss
• Obliterate Cravings and Feel Satisfied
• Enjoy More Energy and Vitality
• Look and Feel More Youthful

January 18-20, 2019

(Friday evening to Sunday afternoon)


LOCATION: Hidden Buddha Healing Centre, Rideau Lakes, Ontario

(Between Ottawa and Kingston)



For more information on the Retreat, and to get your
        FREE Fat-Dissolving Healing Foods Guide, Click on this link


Tis the Season @ The Cove…

Hello all you Cove friends!  We have a new menu out! So thankful for the kitchen in putting together this great offering! Come and try it anytime.  We also have some great events happening in December! All kinds of incredible groups including the one and only 2018 JUNO Award winners

A Turpin’s Trail New Year’s Eve

  Ring in 2019 with all of us at The Cove!   By huge popular demand, TURPIN’S TRAIL (Kingston/Perth Road Village, East Coast/Folk/Celtic) is back to perform for New Year’s Eve! Turpin’s Trail is the Kingston-based quintet of Chris Murphy, Jon McLurg, Brian Flynn and Noal St.Amand. Having played concerts

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.