July 2015

Found 4 blog entries for July 2015.

A happy home is a comfortable home. If you are going to have a home in Airdrie, it might as well be a comfortable one. Fortunately, there are little things you can do around the home to make it both happy and comfortable.

Add a Stress Free Zone

Make an area of your home that is the place where you go just to turn everything off and stop thinking. This is where you go to unwind and relax. Do yoga, listen to music, or read a book. Maybe you can even take a nap or soak in a hot tub. It needs to be a place where you can just turn your brain off for a while.

Positive Sentimental

You can make your home happy, by making your home sentimental. Fill your home with memories that remind you of the good times in your life. This is going to make you enjoy

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Located in a little shopping plaza off Sierra Springs Drive SE, Five Guys doesn’t look like much. However, if you have a hunger for a good burger and great fries, step inside and prepare to be amazed.

When you dine at Five Guys, you should know some things. Primarily, what exactly is the difference between a standard burger and a little one? The answer is easy; the little has one hamburger patty and the regular has two. You get unlimited toppings with your burger, and if you’re feeling adventurous, just tell them that you want to go “all the way.”

This gets you ketchup, mustard, mayo, lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, and grilled onions and mushrooms. You can swap any of these out and even get your burger without a bun. It then comes either wrapped in

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Empty Bowls was started by a group of high school students back in 1990. They were challenged by their teacher to come up with a way to raise money for a food drive and this is what ultimately became of it. Now Empty Bowls is an event that takes place every year all over the world. Since 2007, the Airdrie Food bank has been putting on the Empty Bowls Arts Festival.

It was such a huge hit with the community that the following year they received funding through Canada Heritage. This of course has made a huge difference and allowed them to do more and more every year with the festival. Each year the number of attendees has gone up and so has the number of bowls sold. 

This year, 2015, will mark the 9th year of the annual Empty Bowls Arts Festival.

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Mr. Shawarma is a locally owned restaurant serving the Airdrie area. Everything in the restaurant is made fresh daily, from scratch. Their philosophy on food is very simple. They believe in using nothing but the highest quality meats and vegetables in every meal they make. Because of this they are able to provide guests with healthy, authentic food that is full of flavour.

The Menu

One thing that makes Mr. Shawarma so unique are the variety of meats, vegetables and spices used to create every entree. They focus on the quality of the food and not how fast they can prepare it. They never use fillers or by products. Everything on the menu is home made.

One bite is all it takes and you will be hooked. You may come hungry, but you will no doubt leave

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