Murray Wilcox, Judy McHattie, Richard West, Diane Croker, Gordon Pollock, and Albert Ho have become friends with a common interest — their art. The seventh artist, Marilynn Crow, was unable to attend the reception for the art show. (Kim Wade)
The Tribe of Seven kicked off the second annual exhibition of their work in the Rotary Room at the … [Read more...] about Tribe of Seven display their art at library
The Madhatters entertain from an outdoor stage at the Fort George skating rink. (Kim Wade)
Niagara’s own Madhatters band played an outdoor concert for skaters in the Agora at Fort George on Sunday afternoon. The stage was set up rink-side to provide entertainment for families taking time out from holiday preparations to enjoy an afternoon of … [Read more...] about Skating and music at Fort George
The Bethany Handbell Choir, made up of local youth, entertained at the youth council Christmas party at the community centre Sunday. (Photos by Kim Wade)
Sunday’s dreary and cold afternoon was made merry and bright by the Lord Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council’s Christmas Party.
The party kicked off in the auditorium of the Niagara-on-the-Lake … [Read more...] about Youth council hosts holiday party with music, crafts
These are two of the four seasons painted by Jennifer Penner, decorating the hydro box at the corner of King and Ricardo Streets. (Kim Wade)
The winners of the Hydrobox Beautification Competition were celebrated during the exhibition opening and reception at Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre last Thursday evening.
About 75 people gathered for the … [Read more...] about Hydro boxes decorated, artists celebrated
Janice Opie displays her work at the NOTL Public Library (Kim Wade)
Plein air artists are showcasing their work at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library through the month of December, beginning with a reception held last Saturday.
Plein air painting, simply put, is painting outdoors. Artists gain inspiration from nature, through experiencing … [Read more...] about Plein air art on display at library through December
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