Several members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are organizing “LOL Nite” this Wednesday, July 18, with comedian Jeff Leeson as the feature entertainer.
The Random Acts of Art Workshop (RAAW) at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG) is the perfect summer workshop!
Bring your family and join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 1:00-3:00PM for Family Sunday: Zine Your Life!
- City Council will consider renaming of Sarnia Bay Marina
- One of next year’s ‘Tall Ships’ visitors makes recruitment stop in Sarnia
- Rotarians cook up a storm (no pun intended) on Saturday
- ‘Voices from Lambton’s Past’: Part 3 of ‘Old Home Week’
- Sarnia Centennial Celebration plans in high gear
- Lambton College hosting ‘summer day camp’ for individuals with developmental disabilities
Jenny Greensmith of Pathways talks about how organization continues to deliver value to generations of children
For Jenny Greensmith, executive director of Pathways Health Centre for Children in Sarnia-Lambton, helping has always been part of her DNA, from her early days as an educator and later as a specialist in speech pathology.
Students enrolled in Lambton College’s Developmental Services Worker program will be hosting their third annual summer day camp for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Experience the Influencing Identity: Tourism and the Group of Seven exhibition at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery during the Red Dot Tour this Thursday, July 19 at 7:00-7:15PM.
Okay, the election is over. And yes, there are lots of initiatives on the table for bringing a little sanity back to the Ontario government.
Three Sarnia City Councillors are advocating for the renaming of the Sarnia Bay Marina as the Andrew S.
A three-day music festival—Bluewateer BorderFest—is about halfway sold says Mark Perrin, the entrepreneur who launched the event last summer.
The appearance this weekend of one of the ships that will take part in next year’s TallShipsChallenge Race Series in the Great Lakes was billed as a “sneap peak” by organizers.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, dozens of members (and friends of) the Rotary Club of Sarnia were busy cooking up sausages and flipping pancakes as fans gathered for their annual breakfast by the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward’s Waterfront Park.
Over the next few days, CN Police will conduct enforcement operations to promote railroad crossing safety and prevent trespassing in our region.
With the prediction of hot and humid weather Friday and continuing through the weekend, Environment and Climate Change Canada is issuing a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
In what is one more “seasonal” offering in the area, Purdy’s Dockside Eatery, part of the well-known commercial fishery, is now open Wednesday through Saturday, with what’s being called a “million dollar view” of the St.
The Inn of the Good Shepherd, one of the most impactful organizations in Sarnia-Lambton, continues to pursue its mission of helping those in need.
Just over two weeks remain in the 2018 municipal election nomination period for the City of Sarnia, which closes on Nomination Day, Friday, July 27, 2018 at 2 p.m.