The Lambton Writers Association is hosting a special event as part of National Poetry Month, which begins April 1.
Organizers of the recent CANstruction event at Lambton Mall are calling the popular exhibits put together by local teams of employees throughout the region a rousing success—with more than 55,000 canned and boxed food items that made up the 16 structures.
Organizers of this summer’s Tall Ships Celebration have confirmed the appearance of a replica of one of Christopher Columbus’ ships.
Two talented and well-known Sarnia producers are planning what’s being billed as an inspirational evening of live music and dance the Imperial Theatre, with proceeds going to support the therapeutic recreation program at Pathways Health Centre for Children.
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.
Ian McLean remembers the first art exhibition his daughter Paula attended as a member of the family, nearly 19 years ago.
Dean Holtz and friends are looking for some help as they look to the seasonal tear down of the various houses, angels and other Christmas light structures that have provided delight to area residents and visitors over the last few weeks.
Organizers of the renowned cultural walkabout known as First Friday have a full slate of activities planned for the event, which takes place this week (January 4).
Lambton’s Creative County Grant Program will be supporting 23 local arts, cultural, and heritage projects in 2019.
Mark Perrin, whose organization this year held its second successful Bluewater Borderfest event in Sarnia, is the new executive director of Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, the Lambton County funded agency.