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Saturday, September 23, 2023
Tim Taylor

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Oh yes, they can bake a cherry pie

Each spring, the women of St. Mark’s Anglican Church (and a few friends) bake hundreds of cherry pies as the cornerstone of the church’s annual Cherry Festival. Their assembly line would have made

For the Simpsons,health care is a familylegacy

    Sean Simpson, owner of two pharmacies in Niagara-on-the-Lake, is the third generation of the Simpson family helping keep his community healthy. Just shy of 100 years ago, Sean’s grandfather graduated from

Carrying on the Bright family legacy at Willowbank

     Former family homestead continues to evolve as acclaimed School for Restoration Arts When Willowbank, the picturesque heritage estate on the hill overlooking the village of Queenston, was saved from a wrecking ball

Wine Ride– Sidebar: Details and tips

Our trek was 9.6 kilometres — about 33 minutes of actual riding. The wineries open at different times, but you’d be safe if you hit the first at 11 a.m. All four wineries offer

NOTL Rotary launches polio education campaign

Renowned polio fighter speaks virtually to 60 district Rotary clubs   When Syme Jago spoke to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Rotary Club last year about her decades-long personal fight against post-polio syndrome, the 76 local members

Shaw Festival opens unusual performance season

It was probably Plato who coined the phrase: “Necessity is the mother of invention.” But as we crawl our way out of the pandemic, Shaw Festival executive director Tim Jennings could very well have said


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