It’s that time of year again – when The Lake Report publishes its hugely popular and award-winning tourism guide, “NOTL: A Guide for Distinguished Explorers.”
Once again filled with features and beautiful ads about our town’s restaurants, shops, festivals, wine, theatre and more, it’s sure to be a go-to source of information for visitors and residents alike.
Among the features this year are stories about seasonal farmworker Narvil Davis, who travels more than 2,000 kilometres every year to work at Tregunno Fruit Farms, a profile of Michael Man, the lead actor in the Shaw Festival’s “Prince Caspian” and two restaurant reviews – for the HobNob and 124 on Queen’s newest addition, NOTL! Bar and Lounge.
Also, dive into information about what’s on this Canada Day, our summer fruit festivals and some places to see live music over the summer.
There are also plenty of historical features on the Battle of Fort George and lots more information that most visitors to NOTL might not know about.
While some of the information inside won’t be news to NOTL residents, especially regular readers of this paper, it is an informative guide to Niagara-on-the-Lake for visitors who are new to NOTL, and even for those who visit regularly but might not know some of the interesting facts and stories about our town.
For The Lake Report, it’s a chance to showcase some of our favourite photos and stories from the year — and an opportunity to boast about all the things that make NOTL such a special place to live.
“Summer is a cherished time in Niagara-on-the-Lake,” says The Lake Report’s editor-in-chief Richard Harley.
“We want to show the millions of visitors to our town just how special it is. This magazine showcases some of the best of NOTL, plus a lot of activities and places for people to visit.”
“Whether it’s strolling down Queen Street and visiting shops and historic locations, having great food and drinks at a local restaurant, celebrating at our fruit festivals or touring NOTL’s wineries, breweries and distilleries, there’s something here for everyone.”
If you’re out and about, stop by our office to pick up a copy. Limited copies are available, with the majority going to tourism hot spots and places where visitors will find them.
And if you’re interested in advertising in our next visitor’s guide, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-book your space.