Radiance residents will discover that every season is wonderful in their neighbourhood but none more than springtime. With the unfolding of spring come the return of the birds, and the emerging of families from their warm homes to enjoy the great outdoors. Happily, there’s lots to do and enjoy around Innisfil come springtime.
Firstly, make sure you keep an eye on the Lake. The scenery at Innisfil Beach Park just minutes from Radiance is fascinating at this time of the year, and changes every day as the ice recedes, slowly at first then suddenly it’s gone. All around you can watch as the animals scurry around making nests and buds peek out on the trees.
Those who love antiques will be happy with the warmer weather as they can cart all their finds from the 400 Antiques Mall and Cookstown Antique Market back to the car and home to Radiance with ease.
Intrepid golfers will know the first day they can venture out to one of the four courses near Radiance; Innisfil Creek Golf Club, Big Cedar Golf & Country Club, Allandale Golf Course and Harbourview Golf & Country Club.
The popular Sunset International Speedway opens Saturday, April 28 at 5pm with NASCAR Whelan Series Late Models and various stock car and hot rod races, so start your engines. Great fast action fun for the whole family and good concessions stands too.
OLG Slots at Georgian Downs is open all year round for slots and electronic table poker and more. Live horse racing starts on Saturday, June 2, 2018 for the summer with races every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday for racing enthusiasts. There’s a full service restaurant open all year and all day 24/7 offering a delicious menu with a wide variety to choose from, all at great prices.
Because Innisfil is an area of mixed woodlands, fields and mixed agriculture, the area is great for the bees, according to Innisfil Creek Honey. This family-run apiary in Innisfil supplies beekeeping equipment and supplies to beekeepers across the province. They have Nucleus Hives available for sale starting May 2018. A limited amount of their honey and beeswax is available for purchase year round (excluding holidays) at their location. Check out their website for open hours at InnisfilCreekHoney.com. In nearby Cookstown, you’ll also find the 4th generation beekeepers, Dickey Bee Honey, with their fresh honey for sale at local farm stores and farmers market in summer. If you’re interested in their Introductory Beekeeping Workshops at the end of April, visit http://www.dickeybeehoney.com/595084/spring-2018/