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Community garden kicks off second season with planting party

Community garden kicks off second season with planting party

On Sunday May 27/2018 at 3:00 p.m. friends of the Lockview Park Community Garden will gather at the garden located between Lakeshore Catholic High School and Chestnut Park for a season opening planting party. A free barbecue sponsored by Tender Cuts will start at 4:00 p.m. Non-perishable food donations to the Port Cares Food Bank […]

Arabella’s 34th season starts with pie social and history fair

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Arabella’s 34th season starts with pie social and history fair

The sweetest event of the year returns to the Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum and Arabella’s Tea Room on Sunday May 27/2018 from 12 – 4 p.m. The 34th annual Arabella’s Pie Social & History Fair encourages the Port Colborne community to enjoy a slice of homemade pie with a hot or cold beverage […]

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Port fire hall hosting 24th annual Safety Awareness Day

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Port fire hall hosting 24th annual Safety Awareness Day

On Saturday, May 26/2018 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. the 24th annual Safety Awareness Day will be held at the Port Colborne Fire Hall, 3 Killaly Street West, to prepare Port Colborne residents for a safe and healthy summer. This free event will allow members of the community and their families to learn more […]

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Canadian Authors Series ends with Canadian explorer

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Canadian Authors Series ends with Canadian explorer

Storyteller, historian, archeologist and geographer Adam Shoalts, described by many as “Canada’s Indiana Jones,” is wrapping up the Canadian Authors Series Thursday May 31/2018 at the Roselawn Centre for the Arts in Port Colborne. Shoalts had embarked on a solo journey across Canada’s Arctic region last year. “His new book A History of Canada in […]

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Thursday Cruise Nights are back in Port

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Thursday Cruise Nights are back in Port

Port Colborne Downtown Cruisers Association kicked off their fourth year on Thursday, May 17/2018, with their biggest turnout ever for a first night. More than 175 classic, vintage, sports cars and trucks lined Clarence Street from West Street down three blocks to Elm Street.  With more than 2,000 people walking around checking out the vehicles. […]

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Program needs help to purchase newer truck

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Program needs help to purchase newer truck

The Broken Spoke program needs help, the pick-up truck the program has been using to pick up bikes from landfills all around the region has worn out, the program needs help raising funds for a newer one. “The twenty-year-old truck is getting really tired,” Aubrey Foley, Broken Spoke program coordinator said. “Last week it was […]

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