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Bay of Quinte Entrepreneur: Taylor Russett

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An interview with Taylor Russett of The Grind & Vine, Russett Photography + Let’s Get Married Wedding Show. Personal pronouns. He/Him Briefly describe your businesses. The Grind and Vine servers premium coffee and we dabble in wine. Our coffee house and wine bar is the perfect spot to meet up with old friends or to meet new ones. We offer a curated social environment that prides itself on inclusion and accessibility. From a corporate meeting spot to a quiet ...

Makin’ It Work: Blush Floral

Carrie Parkhurst says that the strong sense of support among businesses in the community is what’s helped so many make it through these difficult times.

This interview is part of a series chatting with local business owners, artists, organizers and people in our community who are learning to adapt during COVID-19. Carrie Parkhurst – Blush Floral What does working from home/your workplace look like for you right now? I have been working both from home and the store. When the pandemic first hit, my main supplier shut down, which meant no flowers! I settled in to my least favorite job, which is paperwork/book work. ...

Downtown Focus – Trenton

Downtown Trenton has reinvented itself over the past few years to become a major hotspot in the Quinte area. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or love a good meal on a patio, Trenton has got you covered. With everything from book stores & clothing boutiques to pubs & live music venues, you can be sure you’ll find lots to do in Downtown Trenton. Here’s a list of some of my favourite spots around town. Cafés If you’re looking ...

Downtowns are key to helping a community grow and prosper

By Jim Barber – Bay of Quinte Living Council In the not-so distant past, in the days before mass transportation, superhighways, mass-market retailers and the internet, the hub of commercial and social activity of most Ontario villages, towns and cities was its downtown. All manner of goods and services were obtained in downtowns – food, clothing, hardware and other necessities. Most business transactions with banks, or insurance companies or lawyers took place downtown. Downtowns were where folks went for ...

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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.