Community Messages

Friday, August 7
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:00 PM

Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region Brain Wave Cafe

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us every Friday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for a fun social gathering using the Zoom platform!  Individuals living with cognitive change or dementia, care partners, family and friends are all welcome!  Stay connected with friends and meet some new ones as you participate in healthy brain activities together!  Note: you only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week! To register, please click here. www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

03:00 PM

OPENING

03:00 PM — 08:00 PM

We are Pleased to Announce that we are open on Friday's 3pm to 8pm and Saturday's 2pm to 6pm. All COVID -19 Safety measures are in place. Everyone is Welcome! ph: 905-685-8461        

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24

  • 15 George St. (Lower Level), St. Catharines, L2R 5N1
07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Saturday, August 8
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

02:00 PM

OPENING

02:00 PM — 06:00 PM

We are Pleased to Announce that we are open on Friday's 3pm to 8pm and Saturday's 2pm to 6pm. All COVID -19 Safety measures are in place. Everyone is Welcome! ph: 905-685-8461        

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24

  • 15 George St. (Lower Level), St. Catharines, L2R 5N1
07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Sunday, August 9
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

10:00 AM

5th Annual Shopping to Cure Multiple Sclerosis

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

The Zoo Crew will be hosting the 5th annual vendor show on Sunday August 9th 2020 from 10:00am - 4:00pm at the Grantham Optimist Club on Linwell Road in St. Catharines. Proceeds from the event will go toward Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. The event features ~30 local vendors and crafters, food tables, raffle prizes, vendor Bingo game, and many more fun interactive ways to help raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis.  Come enjoy the talents of local vendors and get a head start on Christmas Shopping while raising funds for a good cause!   With the amazing support we had from the community last year we raised and donated $3,335.00 to Multiple Sclerosis Niagara Peninsula Chapter of Hope.  For more information please contact  Rachael Hatton, Event Coordinator  905-380-8398 or thezoocrew1@outlook.com

Location/Venue Name
Grantham Optimist Club

  • 188 Linwell Rd, St.Catharines, L2N6N3
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Monday, August 10
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Eastdale Alumni Membership Drive

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Having had to cancel our 4 fundraising events this year we are now depending on our membership drive. Please join the Welland Eastdale Alumni as a past or present student or join as a friend of the Alumni. Membership is $10.00 a year.  E-mail eastdalealumni1961@cogeco.ca for membership form or e-transfer info.

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Tuesday, August 11
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Wednesday, August 12
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Town of Grimsby Property Taxes

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The next property tax installment is due August 7, 2020.  For further information please call 905-945-9634.

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:30 PM

Alzheimer Niagara "Minds in Motion"

01:30 PM — 02:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm to keep your mind healthy by participating in brain stimulating activities.  Minds in Motion® is a community-based social program that incorporates physical activity and mental stimulation for people with early to mid-stage dementia and their care partners. Socialize with your peers during this fun-filled afternoon! You only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week!

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
01:30 PM

Alzheimer Niagara: Options for Care

01:30 PM — 03:30 PM

Options for Care will focus on giving participants the opportunity to explore care options that support persons living with dementia in the moderate to late stages of their journey. Wednesday, August 12, 2020 1:30 - 3:30pm www.alzheimerniagar.ca/online Connection details will be emailed to you once registered.

Location/Venue Name
https://form.jotform.com/193434051195254

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Thursday, August 13
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

Job Searching for Youth

02:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Are you between the ages of 15 – 29 and looking for employment? Join staff from the YMCA of Niagara Employment Services for a virtual workshop that will provide valuable information about job searching, resume development, and interview skill techniques. Register for the Zoom session here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/ tJMkfu2vqTsoH93OFWAHp3DOJs6jOcXCrjQd

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church St., St. Catharines, Ontario, L2R 7K2
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Friday, August 14
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:00 PM

Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region Brain Wave Cafe

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us every Friday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for a fun social gathering using the Zoom platform!  Individuals living with cognitive change or dementia, care partners, family and friends are all welcome!  Stay connected with friends and meet some new ones as you participate in healthy brain activities together!  Note: you only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week! To register, please click here. www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Saturday, August 15
All day

Lupus Ontario Virtual Walk

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Together we can conquer lupus. I want to share my Moms story and share what someone with Lupus lives with every day. Join me on my Walk for Lupus Ontario journey. You can make a donation, join me at the Walk, help me by sharing my link to my donation page or join my team. We can make a difference. Be a part of something big and take the steps to conquer lupus. For more information about lupus, please visit www.lupusontario.org. For more information about Walk for Lupus Ontario please visit www.walkforlupusontario.org.

Location/Venue Name
At Home

  • at home, Niagara Region, at home
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Sunday, August 16
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

08:00 AM

PwC MS Bike - Niagara

08:00 AM — 01:00 PM

On August 16, cycle along the historic Niagara parkway before hitting the picturesque Friendship Trail. Choose either a 40km or 75km flat route and make this one of the best ways to experience the Niagara region. With easy access to some of Ontario’s premier wineries and small towns, you can make this a full-weekend experience by visiting local attractions before joining us on Saturday for the evening social with fellow PwC MS Bike cyclists. PwC MS Bike gives you a fully supported cycling and fundraising experience through every kilometre of your journey.

Location/Venue Name
Crystal Ridge Arena and Community Centre

  • 109 Ridge Road South, Fort Erie, L0S 1B0
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Monday, August 17
All day

Eastdale Alumni Membership Drive

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Having had to cancel our 4 fundraising events this year we are now depending on our membership drive. Please join the Welland Eastdale Alumni as a past or present student or join as a friend of the Alumni. Membership is $10.00 a year.  E-mail eastdalealumni1961@cogeco.ca for membership form or e-transfer info.

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Tuesday, August 18
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Wednesday, August 19
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:30 PM

Alzheimer Niagara "Minds in Motion"

01:30 PM — 02:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm to keep your mind healthy by participating in brain stimulating activities.  Minds in Motion® is a community-based social program that incorporates physical activity and mental stimulation for people with early to mid-stage dementia and their care partners. Socialize with your peers during this fun-filled afternoon! You only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week!

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
01:30 PM

Alzheimer Niagara: Long Term Care Transitional Self-Health

01:30 PM — 03:30 PM

The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region is offering this informative session for care partners of a family member that has had a recent admission to Long Term Care. Topics to be discussed:
  • When and how to visit your loved one in Care
  • Meaningful visits and communication
  • Working with Long Term Care staff
  • Loss and grief
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 1:30 - 3:30pm Register online: www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online Connection details will be emailed once registered.

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Thursday, August 20
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

Returning to Work During COVID

02:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join staff from the YMCA of Niagara Employment Services for a virtual workshop that will provide valuable information about returning to work during COVID-19. Register for the Zoom session here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYpc-ihrDMoHNYENaFG-0MBjyNAGzL773nS

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church St., St. Catharines, Ontario, L2R 7K2
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Friday, August 21
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:00 PM

Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region Brain Wave Cafe

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us every Friday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for a fun social gathering using the Zoom platform!  Individuals living with cognitive change or dementia, care partners, family and friends are all welcome!  Stay connected with friends and meet some new ones as you participate in healthy brain activities together!  Note: you only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week! To register, please click here. www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Saturday, August 22
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Sunday, August 23
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Monday, August 24
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Eastdale Alumni Membership Drive

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Having had to cancel our 4 fundraising events this year we are now depending on our membership drive. Please join the Welland Eastdale Alumni as a past or present student or join as a friend of the Alumni. Membership is $10.00 a year.  E-mail eastdalealumni1961@cogeco.ca for membership form or e-transfer info.

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:00 PM

Alzheimer Niagara: Connections First

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us for an interactive session that explores living well with or without memory changes. This program is open to persons concerned with normal aging, persons living with a diagnosis of dementia, care partners or anyone who just wants to learn about keeping their brain healthy and planning for the future. Learn about:
  • Healthy Brain Strategies
  • Normal Aging
  • Dementia
  • Future Planning
Monday, August 24, 2020 @ 1:00pm. Register online: www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online Connection details will be emailed once registered.

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Tuesday, August 25
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Wednesday, August 26
All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

10:00 AM

Alzheimer Niagara: Success with Medication & Mobility

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Learn about products & strategies to promote success and safety at home. Guest speakers Catherine Porter, Operations Manager and Vicky Banka, Pharmacy. Wednesday, August 26, 2020 10 - 11am To register: www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online Connection details will be emailed once registered.

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
01:30 PM

Alzheimer Niagara "Minds in Motion"

01:30 PM — 02:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm to keep your mind healthy by participating in brain stimulating activities.  Minds in Motion® is a community-based social program that incorporates physical activity and mental stimulation for people with early to mid-stage dementia and their care partners. Socialize with your peers during this fun-filled afternoon! You only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week!

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Thursday, August 27
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Friday, August 28
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

01:00 PM

Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region Brain Wave Cafe

01:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Join us every Friday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for a fun social gathering using the Zoom platform!  Individuals living with cognitive change or dementia, care partners, family and friends are all welcome!  Stay connected with friends and meet some new ones as you participate in healthy brain activities together!  Note: you only need to register using the form once - the Zoom link you receive can be used week after week! To register, please click here. www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online

Location/Venue Name
Online Zoom

  • Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Saturday, August 29
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

09:00 AM

Carousel Players & Safari Niagara Fundraising Day!

09:00 AM — 06:00 PM

Join us at Safari Niagara for outdoor family fun on August 29! Every ticket purchased raises funds for Carousel Players, a local nonprofit professional theatre company for young audiences. All safety, cleanliness and social distancing measures will be in place.

Location/Venue Name
Safari Niagara

  • 2821 Stevensville Rd, Stevensville, L0S1S0
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Sunday, August 30
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Monday, August 31
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Niagara Pumphouse Online Fundraising Auction

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is excited to announce its first online fundraising art auction, August 17-31, 2020. The auction will reconnect the Centre with art lovers and collectors, as well as raise funds to help offset revenue lost due to the pandemic. Included in the auction are paintings, photographs, and sculptures by artists such as E. Robert Ross, Geoff Farnsworth, Marilyn Cochrane, Julie Ponesse, Win Henstock, Emily Andrews, Robert Crosby and others. A Muskoka loveseat and chair painted by local Niagara Artists are included in the auction.     

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • 247 Ricardo Street, Niagara-On-The-Lake, L0S 1J0
All day

Eastdale Alumni Membership Drive

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Having had to cancel our 4 fundraising events this year we are now depending on our membership drive. Please join the Welland Eastdale Alumni as a past or present student or join as a friend of the Alumni. Membership is $10.00 a year.  E-mail eastdalealumni1961@cogeco.ca for membership form or e-transfer info.

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Tuesday, September 1
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

07:00 AM

The Victory Tips Recovery Group

07:00 AM — 08:30 AM

This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Conference calls are 7 nights a week at 7 pm. Call or text 289-501-8238 for more info. Download free ebook.

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Wednesday, September 2
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

05:00 PM

Young Onset Dementia Care Partner Group

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region has launched a new program for care partners of people living with Young Onset Dementia (dementia diagnosed prior to age 65). This will be a facilitated group intended to connect people who are caring for a person living with Young Onset Dementia. First Wednesday of each month.

Location/Venue Name
Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region

  • #1 - 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Thursday, September 3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Friday, September 4
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Saturday, September 5
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

04:00 PM

Labour Day Weekend Events - Merritton Legion Branch 138 - sponsored by Br. 138 Ladies Auxillary

04:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Labour Day Weekend, September 5, 6, 7.  Beef on a Bun $5.00; Beef on a Bun with Salad & Dessert $8.00.  Served 4 to 6 pm.  Take Out Available.   Breakfast - Sunday, September 6 - Served 9 am to 1 pm. - $10.00  - Take out available. Sponsored by Br. 138 Ladies Auxillary.   Social Distancing in effect.  Handicapped Access available.

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.

Sunday, September 6
All day

Funding Programs Available to Canadian Niagara Power Customers to Pay Electric Bills During the Pandemic

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Canadian Niagara Power wishes to advise customers of funding programs available to them if they are having trouble paying their electric bills during the pandemic. Customers may be eligible for a one time, on-bill credit to help them catch up their electricity bills and resume regular payments through the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (“CEAP”). In order to be eligible for the CEAP, customers have to meet a number of criteria.  Please call our offices to find out more information on this program and other programs available to assist customers to pay their electric bills.  Or visit our website at https://www.cnpower.com/news/covid-19-energy-assistance-program-ceap-3. “We encourage customers to contact our customer service department to speak with one of our representatives about the programs available to assist them,” says Kristine Carmichael, Director Corporate and Customer Services, Canadian Niagara Power.  “We understand the challenges our customers are having during this pandemic and we are here to work with them. Along with the CEAP program, there are also the annual LEAP funds, the OESP program, NEEF funds and Arrears Payment Agreements.  We encourage our customers to contact our office to find out more about what is available to them”. Our customer service department can be reached at (905) 871-0330 or (905) 835-0051.  Our website is www.cnpower.com and follow us on facebook @CanadianNiagaraPower and on twitter @CNPpower  

All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
All day

Need help with your finances?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Credit Counselling Society can help. We offer 3 types of services to consumers:
  1. Free, confidential credit counselling and budgeting guidance where we conduct a full financial analysis of a client’s situation and offer them unbiased, objective options and information1-888-527-8999 | www.nomoredebts.org;
  2. Debt repayment programs; and
  3. Financial literacy educational programs via workshops, webinars, lunch ‘n’ learns, and in-services. Conact: amanda.martin@nomoredebts.org
The Credit Counselling Society (CCS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that was established in 1996 to help people find solutions to their debt problems and learn to manage their money and credit better.  We serve Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario in person, over the phone and online.  We have offices in each province and are available to the public 6 days a week. CCS’s mission is “We Help, We Educate, We Give Hope” and our services are available to anyone who would like our assistance regardless of income level, gender, age, race, or socio-economic status.  Our mandate is to educate Canadians in personal money management and the wise use of credit, and to help individuals and families find solutions to their financial challenges through objective counselling and debt repayment solutions. 

02:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

02:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recover from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program. Ad Wording: This faith-based program helps resolve anxiety and depression. Daily conference calls at 2 pm, 7 pm & 9 pm. Call or text  289-501-8238. Download free ebook @ www.victorytipsprogram.com

07:00 PM

The Victory Tips Program Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Victory Tips is a peer support service. Recovering peers helping others recovery from anxiety and depression using a self help program called The Victory Tips Program.