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Saturday, June 22, 2024
Julia Sacco

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Cold temps can’t keep icewine fans away

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s icewine festival village was kicked off with weather fit for an icey weekend of wine tasting.  Saturday and Sunday marked the first weekend of Queen Street’s Icewine Village, featuring icewine tastings, talks,

Icewine festival kicks off at outlet mall

Below-freezing temperatures didn’t put a damper on this year’s icewine kick-off. The Outlet Collection at Niagara’s Curbside space hosted one of the first weekend events of the Icewine Festival season, featuring tastings from

Chef’s book is a Feast of Friends

Good food needs marinating, and chef David Watt thinks putting together a good book does, too. At least that was Watt’s outlook on his two-year-long passion project, which finally hit shelves last month,

Fill a stocking for those in need

For the fourth year in a row, Joan King is calling on NOTLers to fill a stocking to spread some holiday cheer.  For Dec. 20, King will have 222 stockings filled up and

Wayside Chapel’s Christmas sing-along returns

The Wayside Chapel’s Christmas sing-along may just become a yearly tradition.  The chapel’s afternoon of carolling will return for a second year this Saturday after a large turnout in 2022, said Rick Meloen,

Holiday Happenings in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Christmas Parade | Saturday, Dec. 9 Starting at 11 a.m. enjoy floats, marching bands and more. The parade will start at the intersection of King and Centre streets in Old Town. Christmas Sing-a-Long

Festive Fare brings forth the holiday season

For Kathleen Turnbull, a new member of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian, the church’s Festive Fare on Saturday was the perfect place to promote her new children’s book. She wrote her new book “Laamby’s Christmas


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