The Show with David Burrows #323
Heavy Rescue 401 fundraiser supporting transitional housing for youth in Sarnia-Lambton raises $13,000.
The Entertainment Scene:
Smash Wrestling returns to Sarnia. Attack The Kingdom – Smash Wrestling at The Station Music Hall will take place on January 19th. Councillor Brian White is angry about what happened at a previous match in Sarnia. Now Brian and his wrestling partner are preparing for ‘Attack of the Kingdom’ White explains why he must step in the ring to defend himself and his city!
In The Community:
Sarnia Justice Film Festival is celebrating 10 years of existence. Darren Hakker talks about the next film in the festival series. Lo And Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World. Filmmaker Werner Herzog examines the past, present and future of the Internet and how it affects human interaction and modern society. The film is being shown at the Sarnia Public Library Theatre on January 20th.
Lambton College is holding an open house on Saturday, January 13th starting at 10 am.
Lambton College Esports Varsity Team and Esports Arena will also be competing on January 13th. The Video Show Network will be broadcasting live from the college at 3pm