Roam Spring/Summer 2011

Click here to load reader

  • date post

    08-Mar-2016
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    215
  • download

    2

Embed Size (px)

description

The latest issue of ROAM is here. Learn about the best things to see, savour and save on in Ontario. This issue covers a ton of great features including: Ontario's Ale Trail, the Freshest Farmer's Markets, Cycling Trails and High Flying Fun at Ontario's Air Shows. All of these fantastic articles are dedicated to making you want to get out there and start Roaming Ontario!

Transcript of Roam Spring/Summer 2011

  • Spring 2011 - Summer 2011 | 1

    Skys the LimitOntario Air Shows 8

    The Great Taste EscapeVisiting Ontarios Craft Brewers 15

    Destination DiscoveryOntarios Farmers Markets 23

    Theatre & EntertainmentA Few Theatre Highlights 30

    Toronto ZooLife Beyond the Neighbourhood 34

    Summer CyclingSuper Summer Rides 36

    r o a m m a g a z i n e . c a

    Your FREE Guide to Affordable Family Fun in Ontario

    SPRING & SUMMER 2011

  • All of Pioneers trade-marks are owned by The Pioneer Group Inc.; Pioneer Energy LP is a licensed user of those trade-marks.

    $17,147.21 from Customer Donations+ $22,852.79 from Pioneer Energy Contribution.

    All donations support the relief effortsof the Canadian Red Cross.

    Thank You ForYour Generosity

    Pho

    to

    All rig

    hts reserved b

    y Canad

    ian Red

    Cro

    ss. Used

    with p

    ermissio

    n.

    pioneer.ca

    Together We Raised

    $40,000for the Canadian Red Cross Japan Relief

    PNR_0411_Roam_RoamAds_V3B.indd 1 11/05/11 6:20 AM

  • All of Pioneers trade-marks are owned by The Pioneer Group Inc.; Pioneer Energy LP is a licensed user of those trade-marks.

    $17,147.21 from Customer Donations+ $22,852.79 from Pioneer Energy Contribution.

    All donations support the relief effortsof the Canadian Red Cross.

    Thank You ForYour Generosity

    Pho

    to

    All rig

    hts reserved b

    y Canad

    ian Red

    Cro

    ss. Used

    with p

    ermissio

    n.

    pioneer.ca

    Together We Raised

    $40,000for the Canadian Red Cross Japan Relief

    PNR_0411_Roam_RoamAds_V3B.indd 1 11/05/11 6:20 AM

  • ExEcutivE Editor: Geoff Hogarth (Pioneer)GuEst Editor: Marilyn Meston

    [email protected] Editor: Kim Hoang (Pioneer)Art dirEctor: Elwira WozniakWritErs: Tyrone Burke

    Linda CarolanBrian JacksonMarilyn MestonBhavisha MorphetRich Munro

    iLLustrAtor: Frank BaileyPubLishEr: Phillip Fourie

    [email protected]

    PionEEr EnErGY1122 International Blvd, Ste 700Burlington, OntarioL7L 6Z8pioneer.ca

    AdvErtisinG sALEs:

    Mark TylemanMarketing Manager, Albanese [email protected] 526 0067 x 12

    Mark TharmeBusiness Development Sales Manager,ROAM [email protected] 905 526 0067 x 19C 905 962 2207

    our covEr: Getting ready for a day in the sun.

    Spring & Summer is really all about Renewal. With the return of warm weather to Ontario (finally!), we renew our connection to the Great Outdoors. We renew relationships with family and friends and the places we love as we escape to favourite destinations or weekend getaways. And like true pioneers, we renew the wanderlust within us to venture off the beaten path to find the most amazing farmers market or microbrewery. It is also a time for renewal at Roam Magazine. Emerging from the depths of our own winter hibernation, our team has returned to first principles in order to relaunch Roam Magazine. This issue is sporting a bold new look and is packed with engaging features and lively happenings across Ontario. We believe we have made it better for you and your family with more exciting travel destinations, more useful travel tips and more fabulous offers to enhance your travels throughout the province. Aimed at the young and young-at-heart, Roam encourages you to Get out there!In this edition, we feature the awe-inspiring Air Shows of Ontario, and we have combed the province for the freshest in farmers markets. You can choose from dozens of scenic biking routes in the nations capital, or take your family down the 401 to visit the celebrated Toronto Zoo. If entertaining at home is more your flavour, pair our profile of Ontario Craft Breweries with our BBQ recipes.I would urge you to keep Roam Magazine someplace handy (like in the glove compartment of your car) to plan wonderful family outings or spontaneously explore someplace new. You can also visit our Roam website at roammagazine.ca for other great travel destinations and adventures.I am really proud of the work that we have done and I hope our pocket-sized magazine will help you and your family get the most out of Spring and Summer of 2011.Happy Roaming!Sincerely,

    Tim HogarthPresident & CEO Pioneer Petroleums

    a message from our President and Ceo

    Roam Magazine is published by Phillip Fourie Publishing, for and on behalf of Pioneer Energy LP (Pioneer). Opinions expressed in the articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors and Pioneer does not necessarily share those opinions. Pioneer does not endorse third parties who advertise in this magazine or their products and services. Pioneer has not undertaken any independent confirmation that data and facts appearing in the magazine (including, for example, dates and places for any events) are accurate and the reader should independently confirm all such infor-mation. The publisher and/or Pioneer Petroleums and their respective affiliates shall not be liable for any damages or losses, however sustained, as a result of the reliance on or use by a reader or any other person of any information, opin-ions or products expressed, advertised or otherwise contained in this magazine. All of the information contained in this magazine is subject to change without notice, including, for example, product specifications and prices, and event dates and locations. All Pioneer trade marks appearing in this magazine (including the trade marks Roam Magazine, the word Pioneer and Pioneer Bonus Bucks) are owned by Pioneer Energy LP and when used by a third party are used under license from Pioneer Energy LP.

    2011 No part of Roam Magazine may be reproduced in any format, for whatever use, without the express written ap-proval of the Pioneer Energy LP.

    4 | rOAm mAgAZine

  • ExEcutivE Editor: Geoff Hogarth (Pioneer)GuEst Editor: Marilyn Meston

    [email protected] Editor: Kim Hoang (Pioneer)Art dirEctor: Elwira WozniakWritErs: Tyrone Burke

    Linda CarolanBrian JacksonMarilyn MestonBhavisha MorphetRich Munro

    iLLustrAtor: Frank BaileyPubLishEr: Phillip Fourie

    [email protected]

    PionEEr EnErGY1122 International Blvd, Ste 700Burlington, OntarioL7L 6Z8pioneer.ca

    AdvErtisinG sALEs:

    Mark TylemanMarketing Manager, Albanese [email protected] 526 0067 x 12

    Mark TharmeBusiness Development Sales Manager,ROAM [email protected] 905 526 0067 x 19C 905 962 2207

    our covEr: Getting ready for a day in the sun.

    Spring & Summer is really all about Renewal. With the return of warm weather to Ontario (finally!), we renew our connection to the Great Outdoors. We renew relationships with family and friends and the places we love as we escape to favourite destinations or weekend getaways. And like true pioneers, we renew the wanderlust within us to venture off the beaten path to find the most amazing farmers market or microbrewery. It is also a time for renewal at Roam Magazine. Emerging from the depths of our own winter hibernation, our team has returned to first principles in order to relaunch Roam Magazine. This issue is sporting a bold new look and is packed with engaging features and lively happenings across Ontario. We believe we have made it better for you and your family with more exciting travel destinations, more useful travel tips and more fabulous offers to enhance your travels throughout the province. Aimed at the young and young-at-heart, Roam encourages you to Get out there!In this edition, we feature the awe-inspiring Air Shows of Ontario, and we have combed the province for the freshest in farmers markets. You can choose from dozens of scenic biking routes in the nations capital, or take your family down the 401 to visit the celebrated Toronto Zoo. If entertaining at home is more your flavour, pair our profile of Ontario Craft Breweries with our BBQ recipes.I would urge you to keep Roam Magazine someplace handy (like in the glove compartment of your car) to plan wonderful family outings or spontaneously explore someplace new. You can also visit our Roam website at roammagazine.ca for other great travel destinations and adventures.I am really proud of the work that we have done and I hope our pocket-sized magazine will help you and your family get the most out of Spring and Summer of 2011.Happy Roaming!Sincerely,

    Tim HogarthPresident & CEO Pioneer Petroleums

    a message from our President and Ceo

    Roam Magazine is published by Phillip Fourie Publishing, for and on behalf of Pioneer Energy LP (Pioneer). Opinions expressed in the articles appearing in this magazine are those of the authors and Pioneer does not necessarily share those opinions. Pioneer does not endorse third parties who advertise in this magazine or their products and services. Pioneer has not undertaken any independent confirmation that data and facts appearing in the magazine (including, for example, dates and places for any events) are accurate and the reader should independently confirm all such infor-mation. The publisher and/or Pioneer Petroleums and their respective affiliates shall not be liable for any damages or losses, however sustained, as a result of the reliance on or use by a reader or any other person of any information, opin-ions or products expressed, advertised or otherwise contained in this magazine. All of the information contained in this magazine is subject to change without notice, including, for example, product specifications and prices, and event dates and locations. All Pioneer trade marks appearing in this magazine (including the trade marks Roam Magazine, the word Pioneer and Pioneer Bonus Bucks) are owned by Pioneer Energy LP and when used by a third part