When it comes to the kind of buzz and excitement that next month’s Spark one-day business conference is generating, the only advice to anyone connected with—or hoping to connect with—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is this: get your tickets for Saturday, November 16 before they run out.
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.”
An ongoing speaker series sponsored by Enbridge continues this week with Jennifer Buchanan, a health entrepreneur, author and certified music therapist speaking at the Sunbridge Hotel on Venetian Boulevard.
She’s a Dragon; an engineer; a Venture Capitalist, and serial entrepreneur.
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.
The Sarnia-Lambton Workplace Wellness Committee, a group that works to improve the health of the community through the empowerment of employers and employees, is bringing Dr.
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.
Just a few days remain to secure your ticket to next Tuesday’s Chamber Summer Cruise on the Duc D’Orleans II, a Sarnia-Lambton tradition guaranteed to have you seeing the St.
Want your business to stand out in a big way? When it comes to a highly leverageable opportunity associated with the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, sponsorship of the Outstanding Business Achievement Awards night’s “Red Carpet Stars” may be just what the marketing doctor ordered.
In just a matter of days now—my how the summer is flying by!—the