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It’s gratifying when people support local charities that improve our community; it’s fun when people get dressed up for a great time. The Annual Mayor’s Gala combines both opportunities! On Saturday, May 26, 2018, community volunteers will host the Tenth Annual Pelham Mayor’s Gala. This year’s magic-themed gala will appear “right before your eyes” at Lookout Point Golf & Country Club at 6:00 PM.

Canadian Tire Welland Floatfest 2018 takes place July 8th, 2018 on the Welland Recreational Canal at Scuba Park. This will be the third year this event has taken place and has grown into a great event for families to spend a day on the water, floating around with friends, listening to amazing musical talent, eating great food and supporting local charities.

Delicious new Charcoal Grilled Burgers from Chef David Levar at our FORE Restaurant!

The Pelham Summerfest Car Show takes place on Sunday, July 22 from 8 am to 4 pm in downtown Fonthill.  The Summerfest Car Show is the king-pin of our Sunday in the Park that also includes Breakfast in the Park from 9 am to noon, a Family Fun Walk at 10 am, and an expanded Kids Zone with jump and bounce inflatables, mini golf, entertainers and the wonderful creatures of Zooniversity.

Town Council was relieved and pleased last week after Pelham had again been cleared of further allegations of wrongdoing regarding our finances. First, a letter from Municipal Affairs Minister Bill Mauro indicated that the Province will not conduct a provincial municipal audit. You will recall that in February, a majority of Niagara Regional Councillors supported a petition from last Fall which called on the province to undertake another financial audit of the Town.