Tessa is a Special Education Resource Teacher in Peterborough who happens to be a gold medal Masters division kayaking champion. Balancing these two passions can be challenging, especially when kayaking with alligators. When speaking with Tessa, who radiates warmth and positive energy, it’s clear her attitude allows her to face obstacles head on. Join Andrew and Carol as they learn more about Tessa – an advocate and role model for her love of sport, an advocate for children and lover of life and the outdoors.
1, Would you like to eat here? Tessa’s created a vision board in her mind and this is the picture of where she wants to travel to Crans-Montana, Switzerland!
2. Come and check out the Peterborough Canoe and Kayak club mentioned by Tessa https://pckc.ca/ – kayakers of all ages and experience levels are welcome!
3. Carol spoke about the power of reconnecting with one’s self through nature – as Mary Oliver did – in the podcast today. Here is a poem of Mary Oliver’s we hope you enjoy!
Meet Christopher Wilton – he came to Trent University because it offered a program like no other in the country – Cultural Studies. Like so many of us, he left and then came back to Peterborough to raise a family. Find out more about Christopher who shares his passion for art, literature, his work as a sommelier and a teacher, in this episode of 7 Questions Peterborough.
Oh and in honour of St. Valentine, he’s picked three of his can’t-miss wines to help celebrate the feast of love.
Voice of Fire The Matrix
Wines Mentioned by Christopher that are available right now at the L.C.B.O
Jeremy Blair Kelly is an independent filmmaker, photographer, and furniture builder who is passionate about his work, his family and in his spare time, racing cars. Andrew and Carol sat down with Jeremy and discovered who he looks up to, where he loves to eat and why Dumb and Dumber is one of his all-time favourite films.
Artist, director, writer, dancer and performer – Kate Story’s body of work is as big and bold as her infectious laugh. Andrew Wilton and Carol Lawless sat down with Kate just before the holidays to discover more about one of Peterborough’s most revered artists. Be sure to catch Kate at the Theater on King – she stars in The Mute Canary with Dan Smith opening the weekend of January 19,2019
Join Carol Lawless and Andrew Wilton for a 7 question journey with Megan Murphy, current chair of the United Way campaign here in Peterborough Ontario. Megan Murphy has had an interesting and varied career in the performing arts for over two decades. Since graduating from York University’s Fine Arts program, she has worked as an actor in both the Peterborough and Toronto, Ontario, film, television and theatre scenes. For more than a decade, she was a morning show co-host on two Peterborough radio stations. During our interview you will learn about what makes Megan stay and give back to the community she loves.