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Tickets on sale as polo returns to the Commons
Polo returns to the commons this fall. (NOTL Museum)

Polo, an important fundraiser for the NOTL Museum, is returning to Niagara-on-the-Lake on Sept. 10.

Niagara Polo features games on the Commons with players from the Toronto Polo Club, the traditional divot stomp with bubbly, half-time entertainment, music, food vendors, bar, artisans, silent auction, prizes, fancy hats, and loads of fun, says museum spokesperson Amy Klassen.

Tickets are on sale now and there are a variety of options available.

Admission is free for those 18 and under, while general admission is $15 (rising to $20 on Aug. 20).

There's also the Rotary Lounge, with 50 patio tables with umbrellas, available at $240 per table of six. 

You can bring your own picnic lunch or purchase it from vendors. Food and wine will be available to pre-order online.

VIP dining is also available at tables of eight for $150 per person under the Engel & Volkers tent.

It features a gourmet lunch, local wines and beer, the Champagne divot stomp between games, traditional afternoon tea and a $50 charitable tax receipt.

For more information go to www.niagarapolo.com.

Rotary's Gigantic Garage Sale this weekend

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Rotary Club is calling it the largest sale of its kind ever held in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

The club's Gigantic Garage Sale begins Friday, May 13, at 6 p.m. with a special preview (admission $25) and continues Saturday and Sunday at Cornerstone Community Church in Virgil.

Weekend admission is free and the sale runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

Organizers say they have enough goods to fill a few houses, including 400 paintings and prints, 29 area rugs, sofas, kitchen stools, dining room and bedroom suites, desks, office chairs, wall units, dishes, children’s toys, outdoor and indoor furniture and lots more.

See the club's website for more details.

St. Davids Lioness Club Spring Market returns Saturday

There will be food and drink trucks, plus more than 40 artists and vendors at the St. Davids Lioness Club's big Spring Market this Saturday.

It all happens at the Lions Hall on York Road, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine.

The sale is a major fundraiser for the club. Admission and parking are free.

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