Katie and Garret Dion enjoy skating to dance tunes at the outdoor Vintage Hotel-Parks Canada skating rink. (Fred Mercnik)
On Saturday night, the moon was bright and full. Stars peeked out among the trees as skaters circled the ice to their favourite tunes at The Vintage – Parks Canada skating rink at Fort George. The skaters who braved the crisp … [Read more...] about Friday night skating brings out couples, families
Ginny Douglas, Connie Costanzo and Ann-Louise Branscombe sell raffle tickets as the crowd waits for the documentary to start Saturday afternoon. (Photos by Kim Wade)
Leave it to the Shaw Festival to make going to see a movie an experience.
An afternoon at the Shaw Film Series comes complete with first-rate wine, an exceptional gourmet lunch … [Read more...] about Documentary at Shaw draws afternoon crowd
Speaking about bees at RiverBrink Art Museum, Joanna Paul (right) is in a room of bee sculptures by Toronto artist Charmaine Lurch. (Photos by Kim Wade)
Although honey bees are not native to Canada, they are critical to our food supply, beekeeper Joanna Paul told an attentive audience at the RiverBrink Art Museum in Queenston Saturday.
Paul, who … [Read more...] about History of bees and their decline at RiverBrink
Icewine is poured at Sparkle and Ice inside the Court House Friday event. (Photos by Kim Wade)
The Sparkle and Ice Gala on Friday night celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Icewine Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, with all the glimmer and shine expected for such an occasion.
Set in the ball room of the Court House, icewine enthusiasts were … [Read more...] about Sparkle and Ice gala twinkles into the night
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
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