Tickets for a one-night performance by Marianas Trench are now on sale through the Imperial Theatre box office.
One of Sarnia-Lambton’s longstanding seasonal traditions—the Celebration of Lights—began this year’s display with at least one instance of senseless vandalism (are there any other kinds?).
Tickets will go on sale this coming Tuesday (December 6) for a special appearance of the Stampeders, one of Canada’s iconic rock bands of the 1970s.
When four Afton Park Place residents approached Pauline Charlton earlier this year, asking if they could help the dietary team in the kitchen, the food services manager was only too happy to accommodate their wishes.
Matt Andersen, a powerhouse performer with a giant, soul-filled voice and commanding stage presence, has been confirmed as a performer at Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre next March 26, with tickets now on sale.
For the last two decades, Harmony for Youth, the local organization dedicated to bettering the next generation of Sarnia-Lambton youth, has been entertaining the community with its legendary “Haunted House.”
It’s a fall tradition for Sarnia’s Lighthouse Community Church, located at 152 Parker Street (at the corner of Nelson) and organizers are inviting their neighbours—near and far—for free popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs, roast pork, baked beans and coleslaw.
Host and Gemini Award-winning actor/comedian Shaun Majumder will appear on stage at the Imperial Theatre next February 20, 2020, with tickets on sale now at ImperialTheatre.net.
Near perfect weather and the opportunity for thousands of area residents and guests to get up close and personal with some six tall ships will likely be indelibly marked as the weekend of the summer.
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