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Join this slow and easy bicycle ride designed for new cyclists and families. We will travel a 10 km loop through Fonthill, visiting some parks along the way.

Chef David Levar has finished his mid-summer menu changes. Come down and see what he has in store. Here's a list of the new menu addtions:

If a European vacation wasn’t in the cards this summer, you can get your continental fix this weekend at one of Niagara’s largest multicultural festivals.

 

The Facer European Festival returns for the third year on Monday, Aug. 6, with an itinerary full of old world foods, music and dance to celebrate the diversity and history of one of the city’s most storied neighbourhoods, all the while supporting its future as a thriving community hub.

 

Country living just minutes from East Fonthill development area, this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom bungalow offers convenient one level living.

Large living room, den with woodstove, main floor family room and large main floor laundry room, hardwood floors in living room, bedrooms and hallway.

Most windows replaced, maintenance free steel roof,  Private rural setting backing onto agricultural land - no rear neighbours.

Brand new to Scentsy - The Disney Collection! Book a party in August to receive this beautiful Princess Collection Scentsy Wax set. This must-have Collection comes packaged in a gorgeous (and sparkly!) decorative bag that’s truly fit for a princess. 

Thanks to investment from the Federal Gas Tax Fund, the Maple Street Culvert repair project received $172,249 in grants. The project, spanning from planning and design to the construction and completion, began in August 2017 and is set to be completed by the end of September this year.

Our 1.2 million-member organization started with the vision of one man—Paul P. Harris. The Chicago attorney formed one of the world’s first service organizations, the Rotary Club of Chicago, on 23 February 1905 as a place where professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships. Rotary’s name came from the group’s early practice of rotating meetings among the offices of each member.

In light of the Ontario Government’s unexpected and anti-democratic announcement this morning to cancel the Niagara Chair election this Fall, Chair Candidate Dave Augustyn filed his nomination in Pelham to become a Regional Councillor.​

Biting into a juicy, summer-fresh peach is one of life’s real pleasures. And when that velvety, sweet fruit is at its height of perfection, we just can’t get enough: Summer isn’t complete until you gobble one up over the kitchen sink as the juice drips down your chin! But there are so many more ways to use fresh peaches—check out these 10 yummy ideas.

Chef David Levar's cullinary career started in the Muskokas in the late 1990’s working at restaurants and resorts such as Muskoka sands, Port Carling Country Club, Sherwood Inn and Rocky Crest Golf.

He later moved to Halifax to be part of the up and coming culinary scene working first at FID restaurant and then moving on to Seven Restaurant and Wine Bar. It was here that Chef David  formed a friend and mentorship under Terry Vassallo, a prominent figure in the East Coast culinary world.   

Based on an investigation and report by St. Catharines Standard reporters today, Mayor Dave Augustyn has filed a complaint asking the Ontario Ombudsman to investigate the 2016 hiring of current CAO and intends to ask questions of the current Chair during tonight’s Council meeting. He is also calling for an Human Resources audit of management employees hired under the current CAO and Chair.

Due to the recent weather conditions, the Pelham Fire Chief has lifted the open-air burn ban in the Town of Pelham.  It is now acceptable to have an open-air burn provided you have an issued permit from the Pelham Fire Department for any outdoor burns.  However, permits are not required for barbecues when cooking.  Please contact the Pelham Fire Department at 905-892-2607 x 201 or visit our Facebook book page @PelhamFire if you have any questions.

Connect4Kids will have a nonprofit table at this week's Farmers market in Pelham.  They will be selling Guatemalan beaded jewelry for fundraising, encouraging community connections, and having the kids interacting with community to explain what Connect4Kids is all about. The goal of this dynamic and energetic new kids’ organization is to develop innovative future agents of social change!

Thereʼs a shampoo for every hair type out there, whether itʼs volume, hydration, shine, frizzy whatever; you want ;thereʼs a shampoo bottle that says itʼll do it. But then there are others whose purposes are less clear?
What is clarifying shampoo" Do we really need it" Are we truly dirty enough to necessitate thorough clarification, something that goes beyond your average wash-and-go session" As far as our hair is concerned, itʼs getting your hair to look fantastic.

Pointing out that it’s “time for change,” Fenwick resident Diana Huson announced Tuesday, July 24 that she is running to become the Regional Council member for the Town of Pelham in October’s municipal elections.

Cheer on our Pelham Panthers Juniour Hockey team - get your 2018/2019 Season Passes on sale now!  $125 for 24 Home Games. Pick Your Seat at the New Community Centre. Call 905-658-2190. or email tim@royallepage.ca.

Season tickets are ideal for any family, business, or hockey fans who want to see exciting hockey action at an affordable price, in a fun and family friendly environment!

 

 

Winnie the Pooh and Tiger Scentsy Buddies are here for a limited time only! EachBuddy comes with a free Hundred Acre Woods Scent Pak.

Looking to start your own consulting or profession practice? This is a perfect fit for a Solopreneur or Start up Business.

Located just steps from Town Hall, this 2nd floor corner office location offers a quiet work environment overlooking the mature trees of Peace Park, large parking lot, $1,400.00 monthly rent includes all bills – only HST is extra.

This compact 780 sq.ft. Unit is exceptionally well laid out to maximize space - with reception area,  corner office with windows on south and west walls, second interior office, store room/coffee area and washroom.

Yesterday, 16 tired, but enthusiastic cyclists and 4 support drivers crossed the finish line at the new home of Wellspring Niagara after circumventing Lake Ontario in the second annual Tour du Lac ride to raise funds for a great program.

You want to save more for retirement, but life and its expenses show no sign of slowing down, and you’re not sure where you’ll find the extra cash. You may be surprised to learn how much “hidden” money is available once you begin tracking spending. 

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