Five things to do this busy weekend

It is officially the Fall season. Temperatures have dropped and school is back in session. There will be fewer warm days and less beach sessions, but more cider, pumpkins and beautiful scenery. Enjoy the last of the warm weather with these fun things to do in Sarnia-Lambton.

Salsa Dance the Night away

At Zza’s Pizza Bistro this Friday night from 7:30 p.m. until closing,  you can listen to some amazing music, learn some beginners salsa dance moves and have delicious food. The event offers all sorts of music from Meringue to Bossa Nova, Rumba to Samba. Brought to you by Underground Salsa, this event is sure to be a busy one, so you may want to call ahead and book a spot. Check out their Facebook or give them a call at (519) 491-2560 to reserve a spot.

Rock out at The Station

Canadian Rock and 2014 Juno Award Winner Matt Mays is a playing a show this Friday September 8 at the Station Music Hall in promotion of his new album “Once upon a Hell of Time.” Mays says of his album: “The full album has a pretty strong theme or feeling and I wanted that to come across right away. This is party rock for the heartbroken. And you can’t leave a party short of tunes, or better yet, you can’t leave the sad and lonely folks with just one song to cry to. So, why just release one song when you can leak four?!” Tickets are $25 and available online at

Spend the day at Art in the Park (and support a good cause!)

The Rotary Club of Sarnia invites the community to attend Art in the Park at Mike Weir park this Saturday from  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Art in the Park features work from local artisans and food from a variety of vendors. Held in the beautiful Mike Weir Park in Bright’s Grove, the event is kid friendly and helps to support the Rotary Club. Check out their website: for more information.

Attend an Art opening at Gallery in the Grove

The new exhibition opens this September 10 at Gallery in the Grove. The show features artists from the 6+1 Group, a local organization of 31+ members that have met weekly for the last 16 years to offer critique and support to each other.  The opening also features a solo show by London, Ontario, artist Myrna Pronchuk entitled Rumba Through Place. The opening reception is Sunday at 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and is free and kid friendly. Check out their website: for more information.

Fall Fair Season begins at Trinity Anglican Church

Begin the fall fair season this Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Trinity Anglican Church at 1194 Murphy Road, Sarnia. The event features hayrides drawn by Beautiful Belgian Horses, inflatables, mini putt putt, face painting, games, live music, and hot dogs, corn on the cob, chips, water and juice. ALL FREE! All attendees get to vote on their favorite mac and cheese as well as cookies. Stop by Rain or Shine. For more information check out the event here:

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