Community Messages

Thursday, June 4
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.

Friday, June 5
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

Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Do you have something to say? Express yourself with the 20th annual Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest! Teens of the Niagara Region between the ages of 12 and 18 are invited to submit their creative writing poetry and short stories (limit of one entry per person). Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners -- visit www.stcatharines.library.on.ca/freshink for more contest details and to submit an entry. Submissions due June 30, 2020.

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church Street, St. Catharines, L2R 7K2
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.

Saturday, June 6
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.

Sunday, June 7
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.

Monday, June 8
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.

Tuesday, June 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

Welland Eastdale Alumni Association

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Due to Covid 19..  Meetings of the Welland Eastdale Alumni Association will not be held till further notice.. Stay Safe 

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.

Wednesday, June 10
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.

Thursday, June 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
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.

06:55 PM

Virtual Rose City Toastmasters Meetings

06:55 PM — 09:00 PM

Since we are all inside why not develop your public speaking skills in a supportive, helpful environment online? Conquer your fear of public speaking, develop leadership skills, gain self-confidence and make new friends. Rose City Toastmasters is all that and more! Join us for a Thursday evening and see what it can do for you! Type in Rose City Toastmasters in your browser to get started on your journey to being a better speaker.

Location/Venue Name
Online Meeting

  • 100 Niagara College Blvd, Welland, L3C 7L3
Friday, June 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

Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Do you have something to say? Express yourself with the 20th annual Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest! Teens of the Niagara Region between the ages of 12 and 18 are invited to submit their creative writing poetry and short stories (limit of one entry per person). Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners -- visit www.stcatharines.library.on.ca/freshink for more contest details and to submit an entry. Submissions due June 30, 2020.

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church Street, St. Catharines, L2R 7K2
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.

06:00 PM

Sense, Savour & Stroll

06:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Back by popular demand and limited to 100 guests, Sense, Savour & Stroll is an elegant garden party on the evening of June 12, 2020 in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake. It is hosted by the Shaw Guild in support of the Shaw Festival. Gourmet hors d’oeuvres and desserts, wine, beer and live music will be presented at three unique gardens; each a short stroll from one another. Tickets for Sense, Savour & Stroll include admission to the full Shaw Guild garden tour on June 13, 2020 (a value of $25).   Sense, Savour & Stroll: evening of Friday June 12, 2020  Early Bird ticket: $90; after March 15, 2020: $100 

Location/Venue Name
Shaw Festival Box Office

  • 10 Queens Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake, L0S 1J0
Saturday, June 13
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

Shaw Guild Garden Tour

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

The 15th annual Shaw Guild Garden Tour in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake, presents eight private gardens with outstanding floral displays, rare trees and shrubs, and extraordinary landscaping. Master Gardeners are on-site at each garden to answer questions and provide expert advice. Shaw Guild Garden Tour Saturday June 13, 2020  Early Bird ticket: $20; after March 15, 2020: $25 

Location/Venue Name
Shaw Festival Box Office

  • 10 Queens Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake, L0S 1J0
07:00 PM

Relay At Home on Saturday June 13

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

This year, we have reimagined Relay For Life into Relay At Home - a new, fun and interactive way for you to Relay online from the comfort of your home and respect physical distancing.  Participants of all ages are welcome to attend the online event on June 13 from 7 - 9 p.m. EST. Relay At Home will have interactive activities for all ages and feature the hallmark components from our in-person events to help celebrate survivors and remember those we've lost to cancer.  Donations will support people living with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. Register today at relayforlife.ca

Location/Venue Name
Online

  • Online, Online, Online
Sunday, June 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
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.

Monday, June 15
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.

Tuesday, June 16
All day

Welland Eastdale Alumni Association

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Due to Covid 19..  Meetings of the Welland Eastdale Alumni Association will not be held till further notice.. Stay Safe 

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.

Wednesday, June 17
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.

Thursday, June 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
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.

Friday, June 19
All day

Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Do you have something to say? Express yourself with the 20th annual Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest! Teens of the Niagara Region between the ages of 12 and 18 are invited to submit their creative writing poetry and short stories (limit of one entry per person). Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners -- visit www.stcatharines.library.on.ca/freshink for more contest details and to submit an entry. Submissions due June 30, 2020.

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church Street, St. Catharines, L2R 7K2
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.

Saturday, June 20
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.

Sunday, June 21
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.

Monday, June 22
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.

Tuesday, June 23
All day

Welland Eastdale Alumni Association

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Due to Covid 19..  Meetings of the Welland Eastdale Alumni Association will not be held till further notice.. Stay Safe 

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.

Wednesday, June 24
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.

Thursday, June 25
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.

Friday, June 26
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

Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Do you have something to say? Express yourself with the 20th annual Fresh Ink Creative Writing Contest! Teens of the Niagara Region between the ages of 12 and 18 are invited to submit their creative writing poetry and short stories (limit of one entry per person). Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners -- visit www.stcatharines.library.on.ca/freshink for more contest details and to submit an entry. Submissions due June 30, 2020.

Location/Venue Name
St. Catharines Public Library

  • 54 Church Street, St. Catharines, L2R 7K2
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.

Saturday, June 27
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.

11:00 AM

First Annual Fort Erie Pride Festival

11:00 AM — 10:06 PM

Fort Erie Pride Festival on June 27, 2020 here in Fort Erie. Activities planned include: Kids Zone Adult beverage area Craft vendors area Corporate vendor area Community partner area - Positive Living Niagara, The Niagara Health Bus, Out Niagara are a few that have confirmed Car show Motorcycle parking and show area Food truck alley Main stage with local and out of town entertainers all day lon https://www.facebook.com/donate/820355608481804/ is the link to the fundraiser. There are several fundraiser planned check www.FortEriePride.com for all the details.

Location/Venue Name
350 Bertie Street (Old Visitors Information Center)

  • 350 Bertie Street, Fort Erie, L2A 6V4
Sunday, June 28
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.

Monday, June 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
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.

Tuesday, June 30
All day

Welland Eastdale Alumni Association

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Due to Covid 19..  Meetings of the Welland Eastdale Alumni Association will not be held till further notice.. Stay Safe 

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.

Wednesday, July 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
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.

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
Thursday, July 2
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.

Friday, July 3
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.