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Coming soon to the MCC, Introduction to Cheerleading! Beginning Saturday, September 22nd, learn the basics of cheer from credentialed and certified teachers in a positive learning environment!

Pelham Big Band Dance Night -  The Jimmy Marando Swing Band. Starts Tuesday, September 18 and runs every 3rd Tuesday of every month.

Helping Your Clients Manage Difficult Life Transitions”  presented by Dr. Amy D’Aprix, MSW, PhD, CPCA and International Life Transition Expert

Pelham Town Council would like your help nominating an outstanding physician in Pelham. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Council Award, and your input could make the difference.

At the north entrance of the Meridian Community Centre you’ll notice a tiny house, sitting atop a blue carpet, its racks brimming with books. This is the Rotary Reading House. A collaboration between the Pelham Library and the Fonthill Rotary Club, the Rotary Reading house offers activities and reading materials that will engage and inspire children in the community. 

Politicians are elected by the people for the people. Their primary purpose is to improve the quality of society and public welfare while maintaining a positive image, staying informed about issues, demonstrate value for taxpayer’s dollars, and prepare to take action when needed.

Ah, water. It’s hot out there; who doesn’t love the sound of rain pitter-pattering on the roof; watering the lawn and garden; providing a little relief from a heat wave?

Cheese makes good salads great. From green to grain, pasta to potato, we’ve paired your favourite kinds of salad with the right cheese to make the most of their rich textures and flavours. 

Going grey is a fantastic way to explore new options. There is more that meets the eye when you make this transition. For some people going grey is the end of constantly colouring your hair on a regular basis. If your hair is a dark colour the process takes time and you need to use products that prevent any damage to your lovely locks.

Summer is in full swing and I hope you're making the most of it getting out and enjoying all that Pelham has to offer in dining, shopping, events, and exploring. The Board will be reconvening after summer to begin preparations for the 2018-2019 year and I wanted to share some of my vision for the next year.

Children under 12 don’t need a ticket to be served french fries and corn – Big Red's hot dogs will be available for $2 each.

Miss Jenny of Cabar-eh Youth Theatre and her troop of merrymakers will be hosting a PLAY ZONE encouraging all kids (and kids at heart) to join in games, activities and silliness for the entire family. 

There will be a schedule of children's group activities happening every half hour plus lots of individual games to play at your leisure.

An overflow crowd assembled at last week’s Town Council meeting, because of concern raised in the community over “short-term rental properties.”

Matt Davis is the Kitchen Manager at Iggy's Pub and Grub, where the focus is on elevated, scratch-made pub fare. Matt cut his teeth under Juan Tribianni at the 90's smash hit Mexican Restaurant, Amigos. He then tried his hand at molecular gastronomy under the French chef, Walter Blanc, at the now defunct, Pinkmans.

At Iggy's, Matt makes great use of the restaurants outdoor smoker - he brines and smokes the bacon, pork, and wings used in many of Iggy's menu features. They also make 3 different types of sausages in house, including a smoked chorizo.

Do you have your tickets for SLIDERFEST yet? Please don't wait to buy them at the DOOR!

If you still need tickets please email info@fonthilllions.ca ASAP or BUY ONLINE NOW

Five local restaurant Chefs from Churchhill Natural Meats, Iggy's Pub & Grub; FORE Restaurant at Peninsula Lakes Golf Club; The Righteous Monger ( at Kame & Kettle Beer Works ) and Root & Bone are going head to head and bun to bun in an epic SLIDER BATTLE!

Summer is almost over, which means many students will be heading back to school! If you’re starting college or university in September, whether in town or away from home, and need to furnish your place, the Niagara Habitat for Humanity ReStores can help!

When it comes to cooking homemade weekday meals for your family, it’s time to reconsider the freezer. When stocked with a lineup of essential ingredients, it can serve as your cold pantry, letting you whip up tasty meals with minimal prep — perfect for fending off that end-of-day hangry feeling!

This week, two skunks in an urban area of Welland, and one raccoon in rural Lincoln have tested positive for rabies.  Niagara Region Public Health has seen an increase in the number of animals testing positive for rabies in Niagara.  So far, in 2018, there have been six raccoons and four skunks test positive for rabies.  In 2017, there were a total of 21 animals that tested positive for rabies (19 raccoons, two skunks) and 12 in 2016 (10 raccoons, two skunks).  Residents should not approach any wild animal, including those that appear to be in distress, as they may put themselves at risk for injury or contracting an infection like rabies.

With just over two months until the recreational use of cannabis becomes legal, a new CAA Niagara survey shows 75 per cent of respondents are concerned about their safety on the road once the new law comes into force.

The Town of Pelham would like to thank the many residents who attended the Council Meeting on August 13, 2018, in interest of their concerns regarding Air BnB and short-term vacation rental properties within the Town of Pelham.

Whether you have blonde, red-brown, or black hair, according to Tracy Strycker, hairstylist at Salon Allegra, it’s all about going for a warmer, richer tone this fall. ​

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