Articles

If your property has been damaged as a result of Town winter operations, specifically that of the sidewalk plowing operations, please notify the Town to ensure your property is on the list for repair this spring; repairs are not carried out prior to spring unless a critical safety hazard has been created.

Welcome to Lion Bill Karner our newest #Fonthilllion! At our March 6th regular meeting we were honoured to induct Lion Bill as a new member of our Fonthill Lions Club.

Lion Bill is a a life-long resident of Pelham and works as a Chartered Accountant in his local business, B.D. Karner Professional Corporation.

He is also an active member of Lookout Point Golf Club in Fonthill and an avid hockey fan with the Philadelphia Flyers being his team of choice.

March 8th was International Women's Day (IWD), when The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) joined others in celebrating the many women who have pushed and continue to push to break the social, economic, political and cultural barriers to gender equality. It is a day also to reflect on the progress still ahead.

Luxury Townhome built in 2017 by Rinaldi Homes, enjoy the craftsman style exterior combining stone, brick and hardie board façade, gracious front porches and interlock driveway with timeless appeal

Open concept 2 bedroom, 2 Bathroom layout centred around the designer inspired Kitchen and Great Room

Have your home smelling and feeling like Spring with Scentsy’s newest collection.

Don’t have the new Spring/Summer 2018 Catalog yet? Give me a call and I’m happy to mail you one with some wax samples.

Catalogs are also available to view online at www.amazing02.scentsy.ca

Contact me directly to save 10% on you order.”

Fonthill Kinsmen and the Pelham community honoured Judy Reid, as the 2017 Citizen of the Year at the 20th Annual Pelham Citizen of the Year Dinner last night at the Old Pelham Town Hall.

  • Have you or a family member ever experienced a concussion?
  • Has your organization been working towards a concussion policy?
  • Are you a coach or educator who is concerned about concussions?

Dr. Charles Tator, Neurosurgeon, along with a panel of Brock University faculty, students and alumni, will provide an overview of the current state of concussions from a broad perspective.

Are you a local restaurant/caterer, winery, brewery or cidery? Don't miss your opportunity to be part of the Thursday Night Experience Supper Market - application deadline is March 30! Don't delay! www.pelham.ca/supper-market

Hop on down to our Easter Egg hunt on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at the Pelham Arena (1120 Haist Street, Pelham, ON). Starting at 11:00 a.m. SHARP local children, 12 years and under, will be able to participate in an exciting Easter Egg Hunt.

For more information, visit http://www.pelham.ca/en/experience/Easter-Egg-Hunt.aspx

Mayor Dave Augustyn’s column for the week of 12 March 2018

Thanks to a $1 million contribution from Meridian Credit Union, Pelham’s new and beautiful Community Centre will be named the “Meridian Community Centre.”

Last Thursday, significant donors and Council gathered to make this announcement and to celebrate Meridian’s commitment to our community.

Even though they have grown to the largest credit union in the Province and the fourth largest in Canada, Meridian remains committed to its founding vision of helping the communities in which they operate.

The Rotaract Club of Niagara was pleased and honoured to be a part of 2018’s Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY), which took place February 24 in communities around Niagara. 

CNOY is a nationwide event that raises awareness and funds for individuals and families experiencing hunger, homelessness, and hurt all across Canada. The walk began at 5:15 pm in 121 locations throughout the nation, and consisted of more than 19,000 participants.

Over 75 juried fine art artists and artisans exhibit art ranging from original artworks in oil, acrylic, encaustic, pastel, watercolour, mixed media, photography, and pottery, ceramics, segmented and turned wood, glass and jewellery.

​There is something for every taste and every budget.

Save the Date! Mother's Day Weekend May 11 - 12 - 13th 2018

Cooking is a basic skill that’s fun and important for kids to learn. Here are ways to start teaching them — and a delicious recipe to share. Start with our Meatball Panzerotti recipe and follow along.

For the fourth consecutive year, the Town of Pelham’s signature event, Summerfest, is one of FEO’s top-100 festivals and events.

At their gala on March 2, 2018, Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) awarded Pelham with another significant honour, recognizing the investment to go green at the Thursday Night Supper Market with the Best Greening Festival/Event. To be considered for this award, entries were required to demonstrate efforts made to ensure earth-friendly practices are carried out throughout the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the event.

 Mark the date for March 29th at My Place Bar & Grill

“Canada’s ULTIMATE PARTY BAND”

From pubs and clubs to corporate and private events you can be assured your night will be one to remember when you GET ASSOCIATED!

The Associates pride themselves on keeping a varied repertoire, constantly adding classic dance floor fillers and current chart toppers to the list.

A Tribute to Country Classic Ladies

Featuring Mountain Ma Ma

Saturday, March 24th, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Doors open at 6:30 pm

Mayor Dave Augustyn’s Weekly Column

Councillor Accursi and I were delighted to join Vickie, Sally, and Jodi – some of Pelham’s dedicated Recreation, Culture & Wellness Staff – at the Festivals & Events Ontario Awards Gala on Friday night in Hamilton. Not only was the F&EO gala a great event, but Festivals & Events Ontario awarded Pelham two coveted honours.

Get lucky this March with the St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow bundle. Includes Perfectly Pomegranate, Sunkissed Citrus, Coconut Lemongrass, Sea Salt & Avocado, Honeymoon Hideaway, French Lavender.

Not a fan of these scents? Then make your own bundle.

Buy any 5 Scentsy bars and get the 6th one free! Also don’t forget to ask me about free shipping. 

When you walk into a nice hotel room, what do you usually notice first? It may be the large, often beautiful picture hanging above the bed. You’ll probably find a smaller, equally attractive picture hanging in the bathroom. Often there will be at least two more adorning other walls.

That’s no accident. Hotels know that pictures are the simplest, surest way to make a good-looking room look great.

Vanessa Szpurko Children's Librarian at the Welland Library accepts the cheque for the Author presentation at the Libraries from Beth Jeffery of CFUW Welland and District.
 
This is the third year CFUW has sponsored this event as it fulfills a Club goal to support and encourage children's literacy.

Pages

Subscribe to Articles