Check out our awesome March Break available for viewing. We have many programs, something for everyone, happening every day!! Don't wait till last minute to sign up as these programs fill up quickly. Registration is required, and payment must be made with registration. No refunds available.

The Professional Referral Group, which meets bi-weekly at Keith's Restaurant, would like to introduce you to a few people in your neighborhood!  Financial Divorce Solutions works with individuals and couples to help them make the best financial decisions during an emotional and stressful time.  Divorce is one of the fastest ways to destroy wealth.  I help to create alternative solutions that work to preserve their wealth and create better outcome options.



While thinking about what to write for this week’s blog, I remembered an assignment I had while I was a student in University for my Translation Theory course. The assignment was to read Michel Tremblay’s play Albertine en Cinq Temps and compare it the English translation Albertine in Five Times.

I don’t want to give away too much as far as the plot of the play, but once I explain basically what it’s about, you’ll understand why I jumped at the chance to analyze it.

Spirits were high as customers packed out My Place Bar and Grill to celebrate the restaurant's 6th anniversary. Pelham's own Mediterranean escape offers a diverse menu, including thin crust pizzas, pastas, steaks, seafood, chicken, fresh salads and so much more!

Sometimes the best days are the ones that aren’t planned.

Every Saturday so far this winter, Ken and I have made a point of getting out and doing something fun in the Niagara region. This has been great – first, because we both loathe winter and need to find ways to make it fun. Second, because there really is a lot still going on in Niagara in winter – more than I realized

Your next step can impact your entire separation or divorce experience. Every separation has 3 aspects: emotional, legal and financial. Financial decisions are key to reaching a mutual agreement.

With the early cold snap this September, a lot of people will be thinking about heading south for the winter.  For the property owner who wants peace of mind knowing their property is well taken care of while they are on holiday or away for any length of time, there is Ross Tennent of Cottage Coppers.

This is the time of year when cleanses or diets are at the forefront of our minds.   Just by changing your eating habits for the better or ‘eating clean’ some might experience ‘detox symptoms’.  When you eliminate or cut back on certain foods, your body eliminates toxins.  Your body will try to expel toxins in any way it can: from your liver, via bowel movements and through your skin’s pores.


The 2015 cooking series at Zest includes the themes "Globetrotting" Feb:23rd, "Shuck, Steam, Fillet" March 30th and "Grill on the Hill" April 20th; Cost:  $60.00/class or all 4 for $200.00 Gift certificates available as well. Give the gift you can eat and drink.

The Craftsman style Bungalows by Raydence Homes feature two bedroom & three bedroom open concept layouts with all the upgraded amenities that you would expect from this innovative, local Builder. The design style is rich and warm, with a rustic-chic ambiance that is sure to enchant you with a feeling of comfort and tranquility.

Two behaviors characterize hoarding: acquiring too many possessions and difficulty discarding or getting rid of them when they are no longer useful or needed. When these behaviors lead to enough clutter and disorganization to disrupt or threaten a person’s health or safety, or they lead to significant distress, then hoarding becomes a “disorder." Simply collecting or owning lots of things does not qualify as hoarding.

We want to thank everyone who has made a contribution and who has stepped up in a phenomenal way to help so many people in our community. With your help, we're able to provide: kids with guidance through mentorship; basic necessities to folks who need it; help in preventing senior isolation; and nutrition to folks with compromised health conditions amongst many other amazing, life-changing services and programs.

Entrepreneurship is ready for takeoff at Niagara College. February 4 marked the official launch of ncTakeOff, a new initiative that will expand the college’s entrepreneurship activities across all of its programs; while increasing student access to experts, mentors, events, and opportunities on campus and in the community

This is an open call for the 2nd Annual Priceless juried art auction. Submission is open to all artists working in all photography, painting, print-making, drawing and sculpture. Abstract, expressive, impressionist and realistic styles are all welcome.

For the month of February Studio Twenty is selling paper hearts to raise money for our ride to conquer cancer! $2 for one heart or 3 for $5 At the end of the month there will be a draw for choice a 45 minute massage or a punch card!

The Welland Rose Bonspiel with a Hawaiian Twistwas a huge success and was a fully booked event. Each winner of the yellow rocks received a $25 gift certificate from Mokus Restaurant in Fonthill. There were also prizes for the best Hawaiian themed costume. The losing teams went home with a pineapple!  Organizers and the sponsor look forward to planning another great repeat event next year!

Market activity was brisk across the Niagara in January with 352 transactions reported region wide (excluding Grimsby) reflecting a 19.7% increase over last year’s level of 294 units sold in January. Niagara’s 12-month average price reached $254,046 in January up 5% over last year’s figure of $242,035.

Over the years egg yolks have gotten a bad rap with regards to cholesterol.  It has since been discovered that this only applies if a person is consuming 4 or more eggs per day.  Some of the reasons why the whole egg is a better option than the whites alone are...

There was a time in my past where I excelled at the implementation of new technologies. The IBM PC was created in 1981 and in 1985 I spearheaded a move to  transform the way secondary schools recorded and processed records. In fact. The Director of Education referred to me as the “Cyber Rebel”.


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