Happening this week for CambridgeToday+ members:
Everyone could use a little R&R after a long winter and we have a brand new contest to help you on your way! +Members can enter daily for the chance to win a week long stay for four at Mattawa River Resort!
Located near the small town of Mattawa, this four-season family-owned resort sits on 147 acres of pristine waterfront and sprawling woodlands Featuring 15 pet-friendly cottages steps away from the beachfront, the Mattawa River Resort offers a little something for everyone. Secure extra entries by answering the poll question and visiting the resort website. Contest closes April 30th at 11:59 pm.
On our next episode of Up Close & Personal, we'll sit down with the host of TVO's The Agenda, Steve Paikin. We will talk about Steve's career, the new bio of John Turner he's writing and get his perspective on the situation at Laurentian University. We will also have a special Up Close & Personal coming soon featuring Village Media's editor-in-chief Michael Friscolanti.
Want to know about new contests, deals, features and everything membership? Be sure to sign up for your FREE member-exclusive email, The Plus Side! We send it out to +members once a month and it features really cool things, like chances to win BIG prizes, interesting interviews plus lots of fun content. It's the one email you'll look forward to getting in your inbox every single month!
+Members get deals! Be sure to check out your member homepage to check out the latest offers from Brand Dead Apparel, God's Country Clothing and many more, we add new offers all the time! From local news and features plus up to date weather, auctions and chances to win amazing prizes, it's all right there!
+Members can get FREE texts with an insider view on Cambridge news and +membership updates. This is your chance to text us questions or give us feedback and comments. Sign up today and join the two way conversation! Stay in the know and get the news before anyone else! Have your +member updates sent right to your mobile phone.
From the Newsroom
Demand for community gardens increases in Cambridge. With higher prices at the grocery store, people are turning to alternative sources to get their food.