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Whether you attend Summerfest with your kids to jump and bounce, check out the furred, feathered and scaled critters or watch a magic show in the Kids Zone, if you attend on Friday or Saturday to listen to the great local bands, or if the Sunday car show and Blues in the park is your thing, you can enjoy all of these and more without buying tickets or paying an admission fee thanks to our many generous, community minded sponsors.

Even men are faced with endless choices and countless decisions when it comes to hairstyles and care. We all want to keep that “fresh-from-the-salon” look going for as long as we can. Here are some helpful tips on products, hair colour, shampoos and conditioners especially with men in mind.

At our weekly morning meeting, Rotary Club of Fonthill enjoyed a presentation from Hamilton Rotarian, Leo Johnson. Leo was born in Liberia and spent 8 years in a refugee camp, separated from his family. He tells us he was fortunate to be accepted by Canada and settled directly in Hamilton, attending McMaster and earning a degree in Political Science.

Inspired by the majestic coastlines of the world, Scentsy introduces its new 2018 Summer Collection — an assortment you’ll want to comb through now while supplies last! Innovative new fragrances, artistically designed décor items and more capture what it means to live and play by the sea. 

Bugs dive-bombing the potato salad? Invert a big wire-mesh colander over the bowl, and voilà — no flies!

The Business of Ageing Niagara Network (BANN), launched by AGEWORKS™ in conjunction with Niagara College, is a membership-based networking group for individuals who are interested in learning more about issues pertaining to an ageing population, age inclusiveness and targeting older adults.


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The town of Pelham is looking for a Skateboard Instructor. This program runs July to August for approximately 6 hours/week. Interested applicants should contact Julie Cook at 905-892-2607 ext. 329 or

Join us on Sunday, July 1st for Canada Day Celebrations at Harold Black Park and Peace Park! NEW this year –  Join us for a Picnic in the Park. Have dinner with us an enjoy lawn games and activities from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Fun for the whole family!

With the new Meridian Community Centre nearing completion the town has launched a community fundraising campaign. The new campaign follows a successful capital campaign that has raised over 90 percent of Pelham’s goal for the centre.

Inspired by the majestic coastlines of the world, Scentsy introduces its new 2018 Summer Collection. Introducing three fresh new fragrances like Beach Daisy, Life is Swell, and Pink Promenade. These fragrances are available in Scentsy Bars, Hand Soap, Lotion, Bath Bombs, Laundry Liquid, Washer Whiffs, Scent Circles and Room Sprays.

So many our local clubs, committees and groups give of their time throughout the Summerfest weekend.  They are some of the faces you will see at the entrances and in the beverage garden, manning the bike valet and hosting activities, ensuring festival goers have a wonderful experience at our community celebration of summer.  The Fonthill Lions & Lioness Clubs, the Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Fonthill, Rotarty Club of Fonthill, Fenwick Lions & Lioness Clubs, Pelham Active Transportation, Pelham Seniors’ Advisory and the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council, to name a few, all give many ho

The Pelham Art Association’s “Members’ June Exhibition” is on display June 1 - 27, showing paintings in a variety of styles, mediums, and sizes. From animals and florals to figurative and non-objective abstracts, many have been worked on during classes instructed by Gloria Kingma, of Dunnville, while others were completed by the artists themselves. The Pelham Art Association encourages artistic development through the spring and fall exhibitions, with adult students of all levels displaying their works of art. 

Parenting is never an easy job – and, unfortunately, it can be especially difficult if you’re doing it on your own. As a single parent, you face many challenges, not the least of which are the financial ones. But the suggestions below, may help make life easier – for you and your children.

Toss shrimp with marinade. Grill on medium-high heat 3 to 5 min., turning occasionally, until cooked through ( internal temperature reaches 165°F /74°C). Remove from grill.

For many years, Natasha Wells has been giving her time to encourage and support the youth of Pelham, especially when sports are involved. She has coached for Pelham Soccer, run the sports activities at Agape Valley's summer camps and been a team mentor for a local robotics team. Natasha is now looking to use her passion for people and athletics in her post secondary eduction, in pursuit of a BA Honours degree in Kinesiology. But she needs your help!

The Rotary Club of Fonthill  is excited to announce that we have presented a cheque for $8000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters South Niagara at our weekly morning meeting  from Niagara Mudfest Challenge proceeds.  

Summer is here! It’s time to bring out those bikinis and hit the beach. It’s also time to remove any unwanted hair to keep your bikini look fresh. Most people have a visit to have hair removed every 3 to 5 weeks, with 4 being the usual, but it depends on how fast each person’s hair grows. Do not wait longer than 6 weeks before treatment, as it will hurt more.

The 46th Annual MusicFest Canada was hosted from May 14-19, 2018 at the University of Toronto (Victoria University, Faculty of Music, Emmanuel College). During the week-long event full of music, learning, and fun, MusicFest inspired thousands of young musicians from across Canada and presented, in concert, some of the most outstanding artists and ensembles in North America. Chorus Niagara Children's Choir was required to qualify at the provincial level first before they were invited to compete at MusicFest. MusicFest is a national competition showcasing some of Canda's best ensembles. 


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