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01 January 2024
03 January 2024
  • United Way Hamilton and Halton 2024 Campaign

    This year, the organization focuses on amplifying impact in community. Together, we continue our work to strengthen the social safety net that people depend on to meet basic needs, access mental health supports, and help children and youth to thrive.

     

     

    Wednesday 03 January 2024 - Tuesday 31 December 2024
13 January 2024
  • Artist Reception: 'To play a daredevil's advocate' by Jordyn Stewart

    In the early 1900’s, during the height of daredevil activity surrounding Niagara Falls, one woman surprised everyone. Confined in only a whisky barrel, padded with a few pillows, Annie Edson Taylor became the first person to successfully plunge over the brink of the Horse Shoe Falls and survive.

    But what was her overall intention? In search of financial stability, Annie resorted to the most challenging entrepreneurial endeavor; challenging nature. In the shadow of her male counterparts - even with the Falls on her side - success was destined to be unattainable.

    To play a daredevil’s advocate pays tribute to Annie and her performance, while asking the viewer to consider their individual relationships with this natural wonder. At what point has the Falls been positioned as a trophy or celebrity you need to photograph yourself next to? Or beat in a match? Where does this inherent desire to challenge the Falls come from? At some point in time this perspective stuck - do we have the need to feel superior to the Falls or recognize our inability to.

    Saturday 13 January 2024 - Saturday 20 April 2024
17 April 2024
18 April 2024
  • From Slavery to Freedom: Niagara’s Freedom Trail
    Explore Niagara’s Freedom Trail – a network of important heritage sites, significant events, and notable Black figures all connected to the story of freedom and the Underground Railroad throughout Niagara.

    Rochelle Bush is a descendant of African American freedom seekers who settled in St. Catharines where she was born. Rochelle is a Trustee and the resident historian of the Salem Chapel, BME Church, Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historic Sites, and the owner and operator of Tubman Tours Canada. Rochelle is a Historical Society of St. Catharines Board Director, a past Board Member of the St. Catharines Museum, a certified Niagara Tourism Ambassador, and a registered Niagara Parks tour guide.

    This program is part of the One Book, One Niagara community read, featuring In the Upper Country by Kai Thomas.
     
    Please note this event will take place in-person with an option to attend via Zoom.
    Thursday 18 April 2024 06:30pm - 07:30pm
  • Urban Homesteading: Not Just Hippies with Cellphones

    Join Chris and Rob from Sentimetal Farm as they explore the urban homesteading journey, including gardening and preserving advice and a look at keeping backyard chickens, and even goats.

    Rob and Chris Croley have been working on Sentimental Farm, nestled on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, for over 30 years. They produce 75% of their food and products for everyday use. Their passion is to live as self-sufficiently as possible and encourage others to establish and achieve their goals for self-sufficiency.

    Thursday 18 April 2024 07:00pm - 08:00pm
19 April 2024
  • CFUW Book Sale
    The CFUW ( Canadian Federation Of University Women )  is a community organization for women, who have pursued post-secondary education, that come together at a monthly dinner and other events, to socialize, share ideas, and engage through guest speakers about issues affecting Canadians.   
     
    Each year, we fundraise to offer scholarships to local female high school students (West Niagara Secondary School), as well as one scholarship to a female who has completed their first year of post-secondary program.
    To raise funds for our scholarships, we are having our Annual Book sale (including a Kids Corner)--Saturday, April 20th 9am to 12pm at St. Andrew's Church Parish Hall (156 Main Street West, Grimsby)Donations gladly accepted Friday, April 19th 1-5pm at the same location. All books, except textbooks and reference books, gladly accepted.
    Friday 19 April 2024 01:00pm - 05:00pm
  • Down the Fire for Rowen Grace Treleaven Scholarship
    Featuring the band "Down The Fire", made up of local Niagara and Hamilton physicians. All proceeds from the event will go to the scholarship...to be given out starting this year at West Niagara Secondary School in Beamsville, to a graduating student continuing on to either college or university.
    Friday 19 April 2024 07:30pm
20 April 2024
  • Earth Day Event: Urban Forest Management

    Ontariogreen, in partnership with the Town, BCACNiagara, Val Fleming Butterfly Garden, Benchlands Citizen Group, Rotary Club of Lincoln Eco, Land Care Niagara, Bruce Trail Niagara and Grimsby Environmental Network, will be hosting an Earth Day Event to educate visitors on the importance of tree care and to promote the Town’s Urban Forest Management Review.

    Saturday 20 April 2024 12:00pm - 03:00pm
  • Earth Day Celebration

    Join us in the Indigenous Garden for a discussion about biodiversity and the importance of maintaining native plants in our gardens.  Stick around afterwards for a mindfulness moment, where we will take time to meditate and absorb the beauty around us.  

    Saturday 20 April 2024 01:00pm - 02:00pm
  • Afternoon Tea at Trinity United
    Selection of tea sandwiches, scones and pastries.   Wear a facinator or hat and win a prize.    Book by April 11th.  
     
    Tickets are $40 and are available at Trinity Grimsby church office Tuesday - Friday mornings
    Saturday 20 April 2024 02:00pm - 04:00pm
  • Memory Lab Launch and Open House (DROP IN)

    Explore the Memory Lab, an exciting new space to preserve the past for the future.

    Drop in to try the new equipment, which can be used for the following:

    • converting 8 mm film, Super 8 film, VHS, slides, photo negatives, and photos to a digital format
    • printing photos
    • restoring/improving the quality of old photographs
    • designing family trees

    Bring your questions! The Ontario Genealogical Society, Niagara Peninsula Branch will be onsite hosting a Family History Open Forum. The Friends of Lincoln’s History will also be onsite showcasing information about the local archives and answering questions about the Town’s history.

    Families can also create a family tree craft using handprints.

    The memory lab is made available for community use through the generous support of the Rittenhouse Trust.

    Saturday 20 April 2024 02:00pm - 04:00pm
  • Rooted in Beauty-Native Plants in the Garden

    Join Heather Swann from Plantwise Garden and Landscaping Design for an inspiring seminar that explores the benefits of Ontario’s beautiful native plants and incorporating them into our landscapes.

    Saturday 20 April 2024 02:30pm - 04:00pm
21 April 2024
22 April 2024
  • Community Clean Up Kit Reservation

    Help beautify the Town of Lincoln during the month of April! 

    Clean Up Kits are currently available at no cost to the community.  The kits contain garbage and recycle bags, gloves, and safety guidelines.  Individuals and groups are encouraged to pick up a kit and participate in a self-directed clean up throughout the Town of Lincoln.  Kits are available at the Fleming Centre, The Lincoln Centre, Town Hall, the Fleming and Rittenhouse branches of the Lincoln Pelham Public Library and the Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre. Community members are encouraged to reserve their clean up kit in advance. 

    Reserve your community clean up kit. 

    Monday 22 April 2024
  • Earth Day Community Clean Up

    To celebrate Earth Day, the Township of West Lincoln invites the public to host and participate in Community Clean Ups every year.

    The Township's Green Team supports Community Clean Ups by facilitating clean up locations, providing garbage bags, gloves and safety tips, and picking up collected garbage after the clean up is completed.

    Monday 22 April 2024
  • Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle

    Make a difference this Earth Day and get a head start on your Spring cleaning by donating clothes, toys and appliances you don't use or want anymore.  A donation bin will be set up at the entrance of our Smithville branch and donations will be accepted all day.  Items will be donated to West Lincoln Community Care.    
    Please see this list of acceptable donations:
    Donations – West Lincoln Community Care (westlincolncc.com)

    Monday 22 April 2024
  • Grimsby Seniors Club Speaker Series

    Join Lois Sarkisian, groups Tour Manager at Journeys by CAA Niagara, as she provides an insight into tour offerings by CAA Niagara! Lois is a certified travel agent and has worked for over 40 years in CAA offices of Niagara. Travel is her passion, and she has visited every continent except Antartica! 

    Monday 22 April 2024 01:30pm
23 April 2024
  • One Book, One Niagara featuring Kai Thomas

    We are excited to welcome author Kai Thomas to discuss their book In the Upper Country, the selected title for the 2024 One Book, One Niagara initiative. This event will take place in the Welland Centennial Secondary School on April 23 at 7PM.

    Kai Thomas is a writer, carpenter, and land steward. He is Afro-Canadian, born and raised in Ottawa, descended from Trinidad and the British Isles. In the Upper Country is his first novel.

    Copies of In the Upper Country will be available for purchase during the event. Kai will be available for signings following the conclusion of the event.

    Tuesday 23 April 2024 07:00pm - 09:00pm
26 April 2024
27 April 2024
  • Giant Garage Sale

    Bake Table, Jewelry, Electronics, Clothing, Toys, Housewares, Crafts and much more!

    Saturday 27 April 2024 08:00am - 02:00pm
  • Beamsville4PawRescue Fundraising Event

    BBQ, Bake Sale, and Games!

    Saturday 27 April 2024 10:00am - 02:00pm
  • Artist & Curatorial Talk: Generations of An Archive

    Join artist Emma Nishimura and curator Emily Putnam to discuss the exhibit Generations of an Archive, on display at the Lincoln Museum until July 2024.

    Generations of an Archive brings together connected bodies of work by Toronto-based artist Emma Nishimura. These works examine the legacy of multigenerational memory about the Japanese Canadian Internment and forced dispersal (1942-1949) through the family archive. The artworks encourage us to think about memory through material objects and invite us to consider stories long told but partially forgotten within our communities.

    Saturday 27 April 2024 01:00pm - 02:30pm
29 April 2024
  • Create and Chat: Button Tree

    Create a button tree, plus enjoy a social atmosphere.

    For teens and adults of all ages and abilities.

    Monday 29 April 2024 01:00pm - 02:00pm
03 May 2024
  • REDress Installation

    Red Dress Day began in 2010 as the REDress project, initiated by Métis artist Jamie Black. The project brings awareness to the ongoing tragedy of race-based violence across Canada and the United States, which has resulted in thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and Two-Spirit people.

    The REDress Project has since evolved into a national movement. Now, every year on May 5, red dresses are hung in public spaces around the country as a call for justice for the victims and their loved ones. The empty dresses are a visual representation of the pain and loss felt by the families of victims and act as stand-ins for the staggering number of people who have been murdered or go missing each year.

    Friday 03 May 2024 - Monday 13 May 2024
04 May 2024
  • Free Comic Book Day

    Kids & Teens! Visit any branch during open hours to receive your FREE comic book or comic-themed book while quantities last. 

    Saturday 04 May 2024
  • Blossomfest

    A collection of local artisans, food trucks, wineries and breweries. live music and a place for the community to gather to celebrate spring in Lincoln.

    Saturday 04 May 2024 11:00am - 05:00pm
  • Combined Voices in Praise

    Come join us for an uplifting evening of music & song at the Mountainview Christian Reformed Church in Grimsby, ON, Canada. Don't miss out on this special gathering of Combined Voices in Praise!

    Saturday 04 May 2024 07:30pm
05 May 2024
  • Drawing Inspiration from History: A Contemplative Art Workshop

    Draw inspiration from history at the Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre! 

    Join art therapist Dr. Donna Betts in this unique workshop merging historical artifacts, mindfulness, and artistic expression.

    History has a profound impact on our well-being. It serves as a bridge between the past and present, fostering a sense of connection and belonging. After engaging with artifacts from the museum collection, participants will use a variety of art materials and techniques to create artworks inspired by history. 

    Enhance your appreciation for history, foster mindfulness and creative expression, and explore a variety of art materials and techniques!

    Must be 18+ to participate. Please be advised that the outcomes of this art class may be utilized for research purposes to enhance our understanding of creative processes and artistic expression.

    Sunday 05 May 2024 01:00pm - 03:00pm
09 May 2024
  • Grimsby Historical Society Presents "Willowbank School of Restoration Arts"

    Join us for the May GHS Speaker Series as we welcome Dr. Faisal Arain, President of the Willowbank School of Restoration Arts".

    Willowbank is a unique college in Canada and has been on the vanguard of heritage conservation and the adaptive resuse of existing buildings since 2006.  The presentation will discuss how Willowbank contributes to the restoration sector.

    Dr. Faisal Arain is an experienced academic leader with an earned Ph.D. in construction project management from National University of Singapore and a postgraduate certificate in Leadership Development from Harvard University. He has consulted, researched and published widely with over 120 research publications and books to his credit.

    Dr. Arain is also an expert member of the World Association for Sustainable Development, UK.

    Thursday 09 May 2024 07:30pm - 09:00pm
10 May 2024
  • Grimsby GLaM Gala

    Join us for the second annual Grimsby GLaM (Gallery, Library and Museum) GALA; dedicated to fostering and encouraging an appreciation for arts, literature, culture and history in Grimsby! Gala proceeds will assist the Grimsby Public Art Gallery, the Grimsby Public Library and the Grimsby Museum with projects that will directly benefit the Grimsby Community. 

    Friday 10 May 2024 07:00pm - 11:00pm
11 May 2024
  • Lincoln Garden Club Annual Spring Plant Sale

    The Lincoln Garden Club & Horticultural Society's annual spring garden sale. The garden club is registered non-profit. All proceed benefit the community, supporting local beautification projects, scholarships, programs & events for our members.

    Saturday 11 May 2024 08:30am - 02:30pm
  • Rotary Watershed Cleanup

    The Great Lakes Watershed Cleanup initiative is an effort that has grown from a District 7090 service project covering a small portion of Lake Ontario and Erie to a multi-district plan to focus Rotarians’ and citizens' attention to all 5 of the Great Lakes and streams and waterways feeding them.

    The Rotary Club is happy to invite clubs and volunteers to participate in this important initiative and help clean up areas around Town.  Please contact Jeanette from the Grimsby Rotary Club for more information. 

    Saturday 11 May 2024 09:00am - 12:00pm
  • Community Safety Day

    A family favourite equal in fun and education! A variety of emergency and heavy duty vehicles to touch and learn about, meet first responders, enjoy games and inflatables. 

    Saturday 11 May 2024 10:00am - 02:00pm
  • Beamsville4PawRescue Furrrrtastic Fundraising Event!

    Crafts, Penny Sale, Bake Sale, Carnival Games, Adoptions.
    Free Massages, Caricaturists, Family Photo’s and more!

    Saturday 11 May 2024 10:00am - 04:00pm
18 May 2024
  • Grimsby Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

    The Grimsby Garden Club is pleased to announed its 2024 plant sale date.  Perennials, annuals, flowers, trees, shrubs - from gardeners and wholesalers.

    We work hard  to get plant donations from the kind wholesalers in the area and plant donations from member and Grimsby resident gardens.
     
    We usually have donations from Freeman Herbs, Dynamic Daylilies Woolverton Nurseries, special new perennials from ValleyBrook Gardens every year? CosMic orchids will be available and more!
     
    And what about member gardens? There will be a few Redbuds from Marilyn Cornwell's garden along with some native plants - Ironweed, Ginger, Bloodroot, Echinacea, Beebalm. We can’t promise what will be on hand, as things arrive close to the sale.
     
    And what makes our garden club sale so great? The PRICES ARE ALWAYS FANTASTIC. This is a 2-day fundraiser for the Club so we price things to sell. And remember there's NO TAX.
     
    The sale will be in Grimsby at Stephen Hargrave's residence at 6 Lawrence Ave - that's near Bartlett and Main. We find that a sale at a residence is relaxed and inviting.  We have our members on hand to answer questions. We hope you come and find out.
     
    And if you want us to come and dig things up - give him a call or email him: 905-975-5473 and stephenhargrave55@gmail.com 
    Saturday 18 May 2024 09:00am - 03:00pm
19 May 2024
22 May 2024
  • Mayor Easton's Charity Golf Tournament

    The Town of Lincoln is excited to announce that Mayor Easton’s Charity Golf Tournament will be hosted May 22, 2024 at Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club. Over the past decade, thousands of dollars have been raised in support of charities and not-for-profit organizations throughout Lincoln. The Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament will continue to partner with the Niagara Community Foundation, with 100% of the net proceeds going back to charities in Lincoln, a sector that works on behalf of those in need in our community.

    Wednesday 22 May 2024
25 May 2024
  • Lake-to-Lake Challenge
    Join the Niagara Chapter for Huntington Disease Canada in the Lake-to-Lake Challenge this May!
     
    May is Huntington Awareness month, and on Saturday, May 25th we'll be walking to raise funds for research and support services to help improve the quality of life for those affected by HD. The event will take place at the Welland Canal Parkway Trail, which runs from St. Catharines to Port Colborne, and you can join in at any time throughout the day.
     
    Registration, donations, and information booths will be available at the Allanburg Bridge Parking Lot on HWY 20 starting at 10 am.
    Saturday 25 May 2024 10:00am
26 May 2024
  • Walk For Dog Guides

    The Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides is a national fundraising walk held in local communities in each province across Canada. It raises funds to help Lions Foundation of Canada continue to fulfill its mission of empowering Canadians with disabilities to navigate their world with confidence and independence by providing Dog Guides at no cost to them and supporting each pair in their journey together.

    Registration at 11:30.   Walk starts at 1:00pm.

    Sunday 26 May 2024 11:30am
31 May 2024
  • Grimsby Farmers' Market

    Thursdays from end of May until October 3rd 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Main Street, downtown Grimsby

    Set up as a “Home Grown” Market, our vendors grow their own product and take the time to answer all the questions of the shoppers at the market. The Grimsby Farmers' Market runs rain or shine for the entire season.

    Friday 31 May 2024 - Thursday 03 October 2024 03:00pm - 07:00pm
  • Grimsby Author Series featuring Genevieve Graham and Robert Rotenberg

    Join us for our third event of the spring 2024 Grimsby Author Series season! Our event this evening will feature Genevieve Graham and Robert Rotenberg.

    Friday 31 May 2024 07:00pm - 08:30pm
01 June 2024
  • 2024 Trillium Awards Nominations

    Gardeners who make our neighborhoods look beautiful deserve to be recognized.  That’s why the Grimsby Garden Club and the Town of Grimsby sponsor and run this event.  We recognize and celebrate Grimsby’s outstanding gardens.

    Key Dates:

    • Nominations Accepted: Jun 1 - 30
    • Judging of Nominated Residential Gardens: Jul 17 - 24
    • Winning Garden Owners Notified: Early August
    • Publication of Winning Gardens: mid August
    Saturday 01 June 2024 - Sunday 30 June 2024 08:00am
  • Grimsby Public Library - Summer Reading Kickoff Party

    Join the Grimsby Public Library on June 1st for their Summer Reading Kickoff Party. A fun filled afternoon of literacy with Play Project Parkour, Halaloo Ballons, Button Making, Theraoy Tails and more! 

    Saturday 01 June 2024 02:00pm - 04:00pm
  • Battle of Stoney Creek Re-enactment

    Battlefield House Museum & Park, National Historic Site presents the annual Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek. Discover Canadian heritage and re-live firsthand the thrill and pageantry of the battle that was a turning point of the War of 1812.

    Witness the re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek June 6, 1813, a significant turning point in the War of 1812. Bring the whole family for period games, food, demonstrations, historical music and fireworks. Visit the merchants and military encampment and discover traditional pastimes. Don't miss the narrated ‘Great Peace Game’ of Haudenosaunee Lacrosse on the Battlefield prior to each Battle Re-enactment on Saturday. After the game, the young men will be joined by Haudenosaunee singers and dancers who will share Gada:tro (Standing Quiver Dance), and the Smoke Dance with audience participation.

    Saturday 01 June 2024 - Sunday 02 June 2024 03:30pm - 02:00pm
05 June 2024
  • Senior Showcase

    Drop in and learn about programs, services and opportunities for community members 55+. 

    Comfort Station provided by Tim Hortons.

    Wednesday 05 June 2024 10:00am - 12:00pm
08 June 2024
  • CONCESSION STREETFEST ​2024

    We invite you to join us on Saturday June 8th for Streetfest 2024. Musicians, dancers,  and much much more!!  Enjoy the shopping, food trucks and food provided by the amazing businesses on Concession Street - with entertainment stationed at different locations all along Concession Street between Upper Wentworth and E25th.  Streetfest staples like the Car Show at Mountain Tire will be there too. 

    Saturday 08 June 2024
13 June 2024
  • The Happening In Grimsby

    Join us downtown Grimsby for our summer festival with kids zone, vendor market, food trucks, live entertainment and licensed beverage area. The Happening in Grimsby takes place June 13, 14 and 15.

    Thursday 13 June 2024 - Saturday 15 June 2024
20 June 2024
  • Cheers! Niagara Mix & Mingle

    Join us for a spectacular night of fun and fundraising at the Cheers! Niagara Mix & Mingle hosted by the Brain Injury Association of Niagara.

    Thursday 20 June 2024 06:00pm - 11:00pm
22 June 2024
01 July 2024
  • Town of Lincoln Canada Day Festival

    Join us for a family friendly celebration including activities, entertainment, food vendors and an amazing fireworks show!

    RAIN or SHINE!

    Family Activities 1:30 - 7 p.m.

    Button making, face-painting, inflatable axe-throwing, Lincoln Fire Rescue, Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre and much more!

    • 1:30 p.m. - Lincoln Concert Band
    • 3 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies
    • 3:30 p.m. - Mad Science Show
    • 4 p.m. - Beamsville Music Studio
    • 5:30 p.m. - The Blackstones
    • 7 p.m. - Sandy Vine and The Midnights
    • 10 p.m. - Fireworks by Garden City Fireworks

    SHUTTLE available between Town Hall to Charles Daley Park from 1 - 11 p.m. 

    Monday 01 July 2024 01:30pm - 10:00pm
12 July 2024
  • Movie in the Park
    Admission is free. Please consider bringing a non-perishable food donation.

    Bring your lawnchair or blanket and your favourite movie snack for a fun family night out - at the movies!! 

    Friday 12 July 2024 08:00pm - 11:00pm
16 August 2024
  • Movie in the Park

    Bring your lawnchair or blanket and your favourite movie snack for a fun family night out - at the movies!! 

    Free Admission. Please consider bringing a non-perishable food donation.

    Friday 16 August 2024 08:00pm - 11:00pm
19 August 2024
  • Charity Golf Tournament

    Join us for a day of fun and friendly competition on the greens as we raise funds for the Brain Injury Association of Niagara. Your participation will make a difference in the lives of those affected by brain injuries in the Niagara region.

    Monday 19 August 2024 11:00am - 08:00pm
28 August 2024
  • 2024 Mayor's Masters Tournament

    You're invited to the 2024 Mayor's Masters Tournament, a charity golf tournament organized on behalf of Mayor Jordan and the Town of Grimsby!
    All net proceeds from this event will support United Way Niagara and the Town of Grimsby’s Community Services Department.

    The tournament will be a scramble golf tournament, and will include dinner and prizes. Registration will open in May 2024. So stay tuned!

    If you have any questions, please e-mail golf@grimsby.ca

    Wednesday 28 August 2024 12:30pm - 08:00pm
28 September 2024
  • Fling on King

    Join the biggest street party in Downtown Beamsville.  Fling on King is packed with incredible entertainment, the King Street Kitchen, and kids' activities. Admission is free.

    Schedule of Events

    2-10 p.m.  / King Street Kitchen featuring the Niagara Benchlands Pour House
    2-7 p.m. /  Kid's Zone - Free Family fun 
    2-4 p.m. / Kid's Entertainment 

    5-10 p.m. / Stage Entertainment

    We love dogs too - but we ask that you please leave them at home.  

    Saturday 28 September 2024 02:00pm - 10:00pm
19 October 2024
  • 30th Annual Kerry's Heads for the Hills

    Join us for a fun-filled day at White Meadows Farms on Saturday, October 19, 2024, for the 30th Annual Kerry's Head for the Hills Trail Race in support of BIAN. 

    Event Timeline:

    *Timeline may vary on the event day

    • 8:00 AM - Registration
    • 9:30 AM - Opening Ceremonies
    • 9:45 AM - 10 KM Run Starts
    • 10:00 AM - 5 KM Walk/Run Starts
    • 10:15 AM - 1 KM Kids Run Starts
    • 11:30 AM - Awards & Post Race Food/Refreshments

     Stay tuned for registration details coming soon! 

    Saturday 19 October 2024 08:00am - 01:00pm
26 October 2024
  • Merrittville Markets 7th Annual Craft and Vendor Fair

    Merrittville Markets 7th Annual Craft and Vendor Fair will take place at Merrittville Speedway on Saturday October 26th, 2024. With over 100 vendors to shop from, Raffle table, Food and more

    Saturday 26 October 2024 09:30am - 04:00pm
30 November 2024
  • Tree Lighting Celebration

    Join us for a holiday kick off!

    Please consider bringing a non perishable food donation for Community Care of West Niagara. 

    Cost: FREE
    Saturday 30 November 2024 05:00pm - 08:00pm