The hilarious contests, awesome prizes and amazing attractions planned for the second Downhome Expo are going to make April 12-14 one unforgettable weekend. Whether you're a bargain hunter, bookworm, thrill seeker, foodie or music junkie - or just looking for a fun day out with your kids - we have so much to offer you. For more details on what you can expe...
Allergies Affecting Your Vacation Plans? By Shawn Hayward
A few extra steps can help you leave your comfort zone for that exotic vacation you'd only been dreaming of.
• Some airlines carry epinephrine in flight, but take whatever medications you may need anyway, just in case. Check with the airline beforehand for up-to-date rules on medication in carry-on baggage. During flight, keep the medication within reaching distance, not in the overhead compartment.
• Meals may or
Since 1988, Downhome Inc. has been promoting the enjoyment and rewards of a "down home" lifestyle, where the air is cleaner, the people are friendlier and, overall, life is better.
Our story begins with, and continues to be told through, our flagship publication, Downhome. This monthly digest magazine is the largest paid circulation magazine in Atlantic Canada, reaching about 225,000 readers with each issue. It is packed with valuable information for better daily living, inspiring
11/27/07 Downhome Releases First Book of Reader Submitted Photos
NOVEMBER 27, 2007 - Downhome Publishing Inc. has released its first pictorial book compiled entirely of photographs taken by the readers of Downhome magazine. Downhome Reflections contains 150 beautifully composed colour photographs that celebrate the unique lifestyles and landscapes that exist throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.
Loyal Downhome readers send thousands of their own photographs to be included in the magazine each year, but due to limited space, only a fraction of these can be
A Letter from Our Archives The following appeared in the July 1995 issue of the Downhomer, in the "Letters to the Editor" section.
Some time ago now, my friend whom I met in cyberspace on CompuServe, Mrs. Betty Hegedus from Ohio (a former Newfoundlander) sent me a copy of the Downhomer. After reading that I joined myself and subsequently received the last two issues for March and April. While not a native Newfoundlander, I lived in Dunville