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.
A concert planned for this Sunday, December 2 is intended to bring together the culture of the ancient Celts alongside Canada’s indigenous peoples in their common reverence for nature and parity of esteem.
Area audiences will experience a joyful start to the holiday season when the International Symphony Orchestra presents their traditional Festive Celebration, “Christmas Moods & Magic.” The gala events will take place Friday, November 30th, 7:30 p.m.
At a time when many small-town churches are permanently closing their doors, Huron Shores United Church in Grand Bend has re-opened theirs.
Defined as soul music, Motown (Motown Records) was a driving force behind some of the biggest names in music.
Last week’s announcement that Hiawatha Horse Park on London Line will see a return of slots six years after the former Liberal government pulled the plug has just about everyone pleased with the move.
This year’s Bluewater Health Foundation gala on Thursday, October 11 will feature Amanda Lindhout as keynote speaker.
Peter Fitzsimons remembers when the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland first took over a struggling Art in the Park event from the Bright’s Grove Gallery in the Grove organizers that had run the event for several years.
“Some people get together once a week to play bridge. We get together on Monday afternoons to play music,” says Mike McCann, for whom the band Monday@Mikes is named.