NEWS UPDATE: Saturday, Feb. 4 – Mckenzie Wright of St. Davids won the Canadian amateur boxing championship Saturday night, scoring a third-round technical knockout over her opponent.
With the win, Wright earns the right to...
Parents will be able to sign their kids up for NOTL softball soon.
On Feb. 10, online registration is scheduled to open for kids ages three through 14, and, if there's enough interest, for ages 15 to 18.
“We're basically a starter league in Niagara-on-the-Lake just so kids can get started in baseball,” said program organizer Peter Flynn.
This is the third year Flynn has run the summer softball program. Last year, about 120 kids signed up and he expects about the same number this year.
The Learn to Play division will be for children aged three to six and will run once...
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Festival's return to Old Town this year was an epic comeback, Chamber of Commerce chair Andrew Niven says.
Planning for this year's festival began in September and with many NOTL wineries returning to pre-pandemic visitor numbers, Niven was optimistic the festivities would draw a crowd.
“We had high hopes for this festival in terms of traffic and visitation and it really did not let us down,” said Niven.
With new additions including a lesson on icewine history from Andrea Kaiser, an events stage and a designated VIP area (with fire pits and a private cocktail bar), the two weekends...
Icewine isn’t exactly known as a cocktail mixer, but Saturday night’s Icewine Cocktail Competition could convert a nonbeliever.
After the day’s icewine festivities, about 150 ticket holders met in the ballroom of the old Court House for an evening of music, dancing, food and, of course, cocktails.
“We really wanted to showcase how modern icewine is, that it’s not just a sipping wine,” said Jessica Taylor, events manager for the NOTL Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the festival.
The versatility of the drink shone through in each of the unique creations offered throughout the night, but one cocktail stood out to voters...