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Two letters from the palace

While he was in university, NOTL resident Weston Miller received these two letters from the palace. “I think they demonstrate the kindness and dedication of the Queen and her staff to everyone in

Ben Froese named 2022 Grape King

Ben Froese of Willow Lake Ventures Inc. on Line 6 in Niagara-on-the-Lake is the 2022 Grape King. The Grape Growers of Ontario, marking their 75th anniversary this year, crowned Froese in a ceremony

NOTL Santa parade returns Dec. 10

Santa’s back. The traditional Niagara-on-the-Lake Christmas Parade returns to Old Town this year after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The parade is set for Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 11 a.m.,

Fun run and dog walk will support heritage trail

The Upper Canada Heritage Trail’s special five-kilometre run and two-kilometre dog walk is just over a week away and organizers are anticipating a big turnout for the important fundraiser. “We hope you can join

Yellow Door introduces new theatre, screen programs

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Yellow Door Theatre Project is now accepting registration for its expanded fall “reCREATIONal” programs. The classes offer children between the ages of five and 17 weekly skill training in musical theatre, monologue

Busy summer of activities at historic Fort George

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s historic Fort George, now open 10 a.m. to  5 p.m., Wednesday  to Sunday until the end of October, is hopping with summer activities. With expansive green spaces, interesting demonstrations and fascinating stories,

Sports: U22 team wins NOTL lacrosse tourney

The Niagara Thunderhawks U22 lacrosse team continued its stellar season, rolling to a 5-0 victory over Cambridge on Sunday in the championship game of the Conradi-Engemann Memorial Tournament in Virgil. Above, Niagara scores

TD Jazz Fest brings summer series to NOTL

The TD Niagara Jazz Festival is ramping up for its ninth annual summer festival, which will bring shows to Niagara-on-the-Lake July 20 to 22. “It’s been such a journey but here we are

Napoleonic re-enactment to take over Fort George

Fort George is under seige! This weekend Europe comes to Canada as Napoleon’s army takes over Fort George National Historic Site for a Napoleonic re-enactment, filled with muskets and majesty. Napoleonic-style French and British

Museum’s Kid Curator Camp is back

Barbara Worthy Special to The Lake Report Boats, balls, bowling and the world of bees are all part of the activities included in the NOTL Museum’s popular Kid Curator Camp, back this summer