The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes
Society & Culture
Episode #75 Cycle Sharing. Heritage saving. Artist helping. And a Happy 3rd to us!
It’s our third anniversary! And we’re rolling with another great episode. And speaking of rolling....The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce is hoping a dozen or so bicycles will roll into town this Spring as a new bike share program. Chamber executive director Allyssa Adams tells us what it’ll take to make that two-wheel dream come true.
Our city's artists create art. Wonderful art. But selling that art can often be a challenge for any artist. So the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council is holding a self-promotion and marketing workshop to help artists get their art to market – their market. KLAC’s new marketing manager, Tim Crouch, tells us what attendees can expect – and explains the unique relationship between art and business.
Hey, maybe it’s much more than just an older home or building. Maybe it’s rich with history and heritage. And it needs to be protected. Emily Turner, with the City’s heritage planning department, debunks a few myths about heritage designation and expounds on our past’s importance to our community’s present and future.
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