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The Lake Report TIDBITS Nov. 21

Old Town Christmas tree lighting this Sunday Niagara-on-the-Lake residents are invited to celebrate the season on Sunday, Nov. 24, and watch as the huge Old...

Town, Enbridge team up to distributecarbon monoxide and fire alarms

Niagara-on-the-Lake's fire department is teaming up with Enbridge Gas to supply new carbon monoxide alarms to residents who need them. The town will receive 126...

Lions Club Christmas tree sale starts Thursday

The Lion’s Club Christmas tree sale begins today at Cornerstone Community Church in Virgil.

Lions Club Christmas tree sale starts Thursday

The Lion’s Club Christmas tree sale begins today at Cornerstone Community Church in Virgil.

An appreciation: Dave Wall will always be the Captain

Paolo Miele Special to The Lake Report I first met Dave Wall when, at the young age of 15, I became friends with his son Richard. That year I was...

History Unveiled: St. Andrew’s Manse may have been safe haven for slaves

Elizabeth Masson Exclusive to The Lake Report Did St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church’s Manse harbour runaway slaves during the pre-Civil War era? Very likely. The first Presbyterian church...

Grace UnitedChristmas Market is Saturday

John Sayers Special to The Lake Report A tisket, a tasket ... Grace has the baskets! Grace United Church congregation members Claudia Gilchrist and Chris McQuestion have worked...

Gracia Janes honoured with Living Landmark Award

Niagara-on-the-Lake resident Gracia Janes has been chosen as the 2019 Living Landmark Award recipient by the Niagara Foundation. The not-for-profit organization, which advocates for preservation of heritage...

Christmas with Heart helps two charities

The Christmas with Heart market supports great causes and that’s one of the reasons Andrea Wood of Alpaca Niagara is happy to keep coming back.

A merry old time at Mori Christmas Palooza

For three days, Mori Gardens was turned into a winter wonderland that brought hundreds of people and more than 50 vendors and artisans together for a festive weekend experience.

Sing-along Messiah highlights ChoralFest’s final weekend

Music Niagara’s first-ever ChoralFest kicked off in spectacular fashion with the Elmer Iseler Singers last weekend and the festival continues with a series of...

Contrasting art styles exhibited at NOTL library

NOTL artist Janet Newey and Hamilton artist Julia van der Laan de Vries have come together to put their contrasting artwork on display at...

The Village gets intoholiday spirit with Christmas lights and garlands

Residents of the Village began spreading holiday cheer this week as they took to the parks to hang Christmas lights and garlands on trees and...

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