Test results received Tuesday by Lambton Public Health confirm a dead crow found in Sarnia’s north end in late July tested positive for the West Nile virus (WNV).
Monthly Archives: July 2018
Join the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery in downtown Sarnia on August First Friday to welcome their newest exhibitions, John Kissick: The Boom Bits and Jaime Angelopoulos. John Kissick: The Boom Bits covers the years 2009 to 2015 in the abstract painter’s critically acclaimed practice.
Landmark Village had a pre-Canada Day celebration at the Sarnia seniors living community June 30 that focused on both Canadian pride and helping others.
Everyone loves The Beatles music, but how about Herman’s Hermits, Tom Jones, Petula Clark, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Procal Harum, The Who, Van Morrison, Rod Stewart, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Lulu, Eric Clapton, Shirley Bassey, The Animals, Spencer Davis Group, Donovan, The Seekers, Cilla Black, Peter & Gordon, Mary Hopkin, Elton John, The Kinks, The Troggs, The Hollies, Manfred Mann, Freddie Mercury & Queen, Joe Cocker, Elvis Costello, STING, George Michael, Annie Lennox, or Adele, just to name a few?
Lambton Centre, a year round facility that offers summer camp, outdoor education, retreat facilities and a summer camp, is hosting a Pork and Beef BBQ event.
A meeting Friday morning in Strathroy, with the primary subject being funding for the Oversized Load Corridor project in Sarnia-Lambton “went very well,” according to Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, one of those who attended the meeting at the offices of MPP Monte McNaughton, now the Minister of Infrastructure in the new Ontario government.
With the City of Sarnia as host, members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are being invited to a “Business After 5” event to take place Wednesday, August 15 at the Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport.
I admit, it’s been “quiet” on Lambton Shield for the past week or so, but I’m back—and refreshed.
Following up on recent resolutions by both Lambton County Council and Sarnia City Council in support of a “move forward” on the Oversized Load Corridor, a group of local politicians and industry representatives will be meeting Friday morning with MPP Monte McNaughton, now Minister of Infrastructure in the new provincial government.
For several thousand music lovers, the excitement that is Bluewater Borderfest begins tonight (Thursday) in Centennial Park, the renewed facility that may bring back memories of Bayfest, a past festival that ended its run after several years of success.