S pecial mention to Sarnia band “Highway Jones” Playing “Rock The Park”www.highwayjones.ca
It began with a fabulous parade from Bright’s Grove’s Wildwood Park and down Hamilton Road, then north to the shores of Lake Huron and to the “new” Kenwick on the Lake park.
Plans for Canada Day are confirmed in Bright’s Grove. The Optimist Club of Bright’s Grove invites all to attend the festivities on Saturday, June 28 when they host their annual Canada Day Celebration.
Sarnia Artists’ Workshop, a group of local enthusiasts that this year is celebrating its 50th anniversary, did what its members do best—give back to the community.
TVO’s “Giver” program is featuring work being done by area residents to breathe life back into an iconic and historic park on the shore of Lake Huron in Bright’s Grove.
It’s less than a week before Sarnia officially celebrates its 100th birthday as a city, but as anyone who has a special birthday knows, sometimes things begin a little early.
DNA Music, a locally owned recording studio, is opening its doors on May 2 as part of Sarnia’s First Friday cultural walkabout, during which time it will showcase a pipe organ that originally was installed in an area church.
The “Return of the Tundra Swans,” although somewhat delayed this year due to abnormally cold weather, is well underway, with daily reports appearing on the Lambton County Libraries, Museums and Galleries website.
The Sarnia Police Service has made an arrest related to the shooting of “Joe” the cat, who was discovered on February 2, 2014 in the Bright’s Grove area suffering from numerous pellet wounds to his head.