Art, clothing, woodwork, glassware, jewelry, food vendors and many more brought people to Queen’s Royal Park in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Looking for places to go see Christmas lights this year? Niagara-on-the-Lake has some decked out places to stop and take in the view. Here are some photos of decorated houses around town. 687 Townline Rd.,
Burgoyne Woods in St. Catharines looks a little greener as of Friday afternoon. In partnership with IKEA and Tree Canada, Mayor Walter Sendzik represented the city to help plant 100 hickory trees at Burgoyne
The seventh annual Chippawa Polar Bear Dip was Saturday and brought in volunteers from Niagara Falls Fire and St. John’s Ambulance.
The first-ever Frightmare in the Falls took over the Scotiabank Conventional Centre during the weekend, offering horror fans a chance to check out 50,000 square feet of horror-themed displays, vendors, movie props, panels, plus the chance to meet celebrities from classic horror films.
Port Dalhousie is currently hosting a large film crew who have turned the small St. Catharines port into what looks like a tropical island.
?The 43rd annual Balls Falls Thanksgiving Festival was held at Balls Falls this long weekend.
The Niagara Symphony Orchestra hosted an instrument Petting Zoo on Saturday at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre as part of their Culture Days.