Karen and Bill Colvin are greeted warmly by Jane Langdon at Strewn Winery Sunday. Although tastings and public events are cancelled, they can still shop at the retail wine store — at least for now. (Kim Wade)
We all know how much difference a day makes — we’ve learned that very quickly.
“We are open for business” at Trius Estate Winery, staff … [Read more...] about Wineries closed to tastings, public events
Carly DeLorme and faculty member Lauren Zimbalatti check out their brew. (Photos by Kim Wade)
Students, staff and local brewers teamed up at Niagara College Sunday for a Pink Boots Collaborative Brew, celebrating International Women’s Day.
The United Nations 2020 slogan for the day, recognized around the world March 8, was “I am Generation … [Read more...] about Women’s Day celebrated by brewing beer
Julie Van Horne, Steve Goldberger and Rayburn Blake sing together at the Legion Hall Sunday. (Kim Wade)
Talented locals came out to the Royal Canadian Legion Hall Sunday for an afternoon of musical entertainment. These Open Mic sessions, hosted by local singer/songwriter Buzz Hummer, have been taking place on afternoons on the first Sunday of the … [Read more...] about Open Mic at the Legion a popular Sunday event
Mr. Brown (Jessy Lepine), Mrs. Brown (Julia Grcevic), Pvt. Mustard (Sam Challen), Sgt. White (Abel Land), Captain Silver (Dan Laroche), Lieut. Red (Peter Mitchell), Colonel Gold (Scott Finlay), Mrs. Silver (Holly Rowat), Mrs. Gold (Erin Ronfeld), Major Blue (Peter Martin), and in front, Mrs. Green (Melissa Todd), and Capt. Green (Chris Gilchrist) pose for … [Read more...] about Whodunit at Fort George an entertaining evening
Glennys Wade admires a signature quilt at the NOTL Museum exhibit, which is on until April 25.
Laura Secord may be a household name to the residents of Niagara-on-the-Lake, but women such as Susan Chubbuck, Ann Clement, Mary Miller Ball and Elizabeth Smith are less well-known although not forgotten, thanks to the current exhibit at the newly named … [Read more...] about A Piece of Her Mind – Exploring the Herstory of NOTL Women
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