Planning to install a new kitchen? The salvage team at Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore will remove your old one for FREE – and give you a tax receipt when it’s sold at the ReStore!

Campers will start their morning playing circle and parachute games! After snack, campers will have the opportunity to go skating! Lunch will be your choice of a hamburger or hotdog with frenchfries and a juice box from the Panther's Den! After lunch, campers will get creative with a craft and make their own slime to take home! We will spend the remainder of the afternoon playing sports and organized camp games!

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”  Ok, maybe not just yet… But it is coming and we are starting to work on Christmas in Pelham 2019!

The Pelham Seniors Advisory Committee invites you to join them at the Seniors Information & Active Living Fair on October 1st, 2019 at the Meridian Community Centre from 9am-1pm. No registration required and transit is FREE for seniors.

Email the studio to sign up - 



9:15am - Yoga Tone - 60 Minutes
10:30am - Mom & Baby Tone Flow - session 
11:45am - Mom & Baby Tone Flow - session 

5:30pm - Bootcamp, Weights & Circuit Training - 60 Minutes
5:45pm - Spin - 45 Minutes

7:00pm - Gentle Hatha Yoga - 60 Minutes - Session - See below for Yoga Sign Up



9:00am - Spin - 45 Minutes

The Town of Pelham is looking for adult actors to participate in a community theatre production on Friday December 13, no previous experience is required.

The fall/winter Life in Pelham guide will be on your doorstep September 12. Delivered in your edition of Niagara This Week, the Life in Pelham guide features community voices, Town programming and information, and a glimpse into Pelham’s hidden gems.

Join us for an exciting Fall line-up! There's something for everyone, with dance lessons, fitness classes and yoga!

Save 25% on all Green Beaver, Attitude, Carina Organics and Green Cricket products from September 17-30th at PharmaChoice in Fonthill.

The Rotary Club of Fonthill and the Pelham Summerfest Committee have partnered to ensure that the Town Square Arches are resurrected. The Club has committed $20,000 towards this initiative and the Summerfest Committee has committed $36,000.

What is adaptation and why is it important?  The top scientists around the globe know our climate is changing at a faster rate than Earth has ever experienced—largely as a result of the actions taken by humans since the industrial revolution. This is resulting in changes to the Earth’s natural processes, including our climate, and action needs to be taken to slow down and deal with these changes. 

Get your art seen at the MCC! The Pelham Public Art Committee is looking for artists to showcase their art at the Meridian Community Centre.

The Sobeys Fonthill team continues their commitment to Niagara wide student nutrition programs which is already a vital part of the day for more than 17,000 children in the Niagara Region. 

Join us October 25 at Amici’s Conference & Banquet Centre to enjoy an elegant evening indulging in seasonally inspired food by an exclusive group of local chefs. Sample your way through each freshly harvested home grown dish paired perfectly with wine tastings and craft beer. 

The 2019 Niagara Health Foundation’s Big Move Cancer Ride attracted 581 riders and over 230 volunteers to White Meadows Farm on Sunday, September 8, raising more than $350,000 and counting to support patients of Walker Family Cancer Centre at Niagara Health.

Protein is on everyone’s mind for a good reason: Your body needs this macronutrient for necessary functions, including the building and fixing of cells and tissues.

Fall is the ideal time to make some much needed hair changes. There is no better place than Salon Allegra for back to school, vacations or a new look for the Fall.

The Town of Pelham’s Interim Control Bylaw regarding Cannabis related land uses is being challenged in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice by Leviathan Cannabis Group, through a subsidiary, Woodstock Biomed Inc.

Residential home sales activity recorded through the MLS® system for The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) totaled 710 units in August 2019. This was an increase of 13 per cent from August 2018 and a decrease of 0.7 per cent from July 2019.

“Residential sales data continues to be stable in Niagara,” says Deanna Gunter, President of the Niagara Association of REALTORS®. “This sets a nice foundation for buyers and sellers as we head into the fall market.”

Our thrift store encourages sustainability through recycling and reusing goods while empowering our local and international communities through a variety of support programs and initiatives.

Making a Donation: Please drop off donations during store hours. It is best not to leave the items outside our door overnight.

STORE HOURS: Monday-Saturday (9am-5pm); Sunday: CLOSED


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