Sarnia’s Bluewater Trails Committee took time on Saturday Sept. 16) to acknowledge receipt of a federal grant of $110,000, which combined with a matching grant from several local companies, was used to revamp the Howard Watson Nature Trail.
Some 400 participants will be remembering a Canadian who inspired a nation with his run for cancer research before succumbing to the disease.
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, the downtown Sarnia showcase that is operated by Lambton County, has a number of events laid out for the month of September, including several that are held on a weekly basis.
Lighthouse Community Church, located at the corner of Parker St. and Nelson (one block south of Exmouth), is celebrating its return to both Saturday and Sunday services in style this Saturday (Sept.
It is officially the Fall season. Temperatures have dropped and school is back in session.
Summer has past so fast and the back to school days are upon us!
Lambton’s Creative County Committee will be hosting four Cultural Forums across the community next month.
Summer is coming to a close. This is one of the last weekends to have fun before homework, sports, and music lessons fill your schedule.
The current production at the Victoria Playhouse tells the story of a great Canadian you may never heard of.
This Sunday (August 20, 2017) a group of eager young participants with YMCA Project North will depart on their 10-day trip to Western Canada, the culmination of seven months of training, raising funds and research and planning.