In recognition of the Sarnia Quilters’ Guild’s 40th anniversary, the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG) will be opening the exhibition Kaleidoscope and in celebration of the everyday, the gallery will also be presenting Flying School by Quebec artist Diane Landry.
Monthly Archives: January 2019
A writing contest—”Write to Us: Judges Panel for Charity” is underway, thanks to the Organization for Literacy in Lambton.
My Tuesday began with an email from Carol Launderville, who handles communications duties for the Canadian Coast Guard out of Sarnia.
The Intelligent Sarnia-Lambton Taskforce is looking for the public’s help in building an Intelligent Community Strategic Plan.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership has announced two networking events as a result of the organization’s Alumni Network Project research.
The Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board, which has very strong connections with the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, is reaching out to area employers with its Employer One Survey, designed to collect information on a range of issues, including recent hires made, hiring intentions, recruitment strategies and challenges.
The Global Business Opportunities Community, a group set up through the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce with the cooperation of other local organizations intent on helping businesses do business beyond the borders of our community, is continuing to build momentum.
The Enbridge Famous 5 Speaker Series in Sarnia-Lambton, an ongoing series that is co-sponsored by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, is featuring Heather Moyse, a multi-sport athlete and inspirational speaker, at the next event, which takes place on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at the Holiday Inn, 1498 Venetian Boulevard, Point Edward.
Recent cold weather has caused ice build-up along the St. Clair River and representatives of the Canadian Coast Guard say the agency is working to keep the waterway, deemed to be an essential conduit for supplies to and from many businesses in the Great Lakes region.
Ian McLean remembers the first art exhibition his daughter Paula attended as a member of the family, nearly 19 years ago.