Just in time for Christmas gift giving, tickets for the 2019 Sarnia Tall Ships Celebration are now on sale.
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.
Last year, students and volunteers connected with St. Patrick’s Catholic High School in Sarnia collected some 8,500 bags of non-perishable food donations as part of its Irish Miracle Food Drive.
United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has surpassed the quarter million dollar mark and now sits at 38% of the $2-million goal for this year’s campaign.
The area around Parker Street and Nelson is going to be busy this Saturday, September 22 as Lighthouse Community Church hosts its annual “Smokefest & Carnival” event for the neighbourhood.
A Golf Tournament has been organized to honour the memory of a local Lions Club member who has left an amazing legacy.
To hear Dan Moore tell it, the enthusiasm present in the voices of his friends and neighbours who will spread out on the front lawns of Rutherglen Close in a few weeks is nothing short of contagious.
When it comes to the excitement that involves swift-flowing water from Lake Huron down the St.
Transport Canada officials have requested the media’s help in informing the public about temporary vessel restrictions that will be in place this Sunday during the Port Huron Float Down event.
For several weeks, every Wednesday night, more than 150 cyclists have been training/practising for this Sunday’s (August 5) Bluewater International Granfondo event.