Sep 15, 2021
Luke Swinson is a visual artist with Anishinaabe roots, and a member of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.
In this episode of Bonn Park, Swinson talks with Sara and Marshall about his illustrations and murals, connecting with nature and wildlife, and his desire to better understand his Indigenous culture.
Sep 8, 2021
Scott Richardson is a retired sergeant with the Waterloo Regional Police Service.
On this hour of Bonn Park with Sara and Marshall, Scott reflects on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and the journey he and Marshall made to New York City just two months later. In a lively and wide-ranging chat, Scott...
Sep 1, 2021
Curtis Jeffrey is the head brewer of Cambridge’s Four Fathers Brewing Company.
Sara and Marshall sit down with Jeffrey to talk about Four Fathers’ portfolio of traditionally crafted beers, the growth of Waterloo Region’s craft beer community, and how there is a story behind every beer.
Aug 25, 2021
My Pet Skeleton is the pseudonym for the award-winning graphic artist Vincent Marcone.
In this spooky and beautiful episode of Bonn Park, Marcone talks to Sara and Marshall about dreams, folklore, creating a mood, crafting tales, and making music, art, and film.
Aug 18, 2021
In the final episode of a special three-part series about the St Jacobs Farmers' Market, Sara and Marshall meet the amazing people who make the market day a success for vendors and help give the market its special magic.
The episode tells the story of how two local families, both rooted in the market community, have...