Community Messages

Saturday, February 4
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
02:00 PM

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24 GENERAL MEETING

02:00 PM — 03:00 PM

Members are Encouraged to Attend

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24

  • 15 George St. (Lower Level), St. Catharines, L2R 5N1
Sunday, February 5
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Monday, February 6
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Tuesday, February 7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Wednesday, February 8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Thursday, February 9
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
06:30 PM

EMERGENCY NIAGARA HEALTHCARE TOWNHALL

06:30 PM — 08:00 PM

We will be hosting a public townhall to discuss the issues we face in our healthcare system.  We want to hear from the residents of Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, and Niagara-on-the-Lake directly!  The townhall will be hosted on Thursday, February 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m at the Gale Centre (5152 Thorold Stone Road, Niagara Falls, L2E 0A2) in the Memorial Room. We will be featuring a panel of health care experts & front-line workers to discuss the crisis, our concerns with the continued growth of privatization, and listening directly to the concerns and stories of residents. This event is open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. For the safety of all community members, we ask that folks wear a mask indoors. If you have questions or want more information, please contact my office at (905)357-0681 or wgates-co@ndp.on.ca

Location/Venue Name
Gale Centre, Memorial Room

  • 5152 Thorold Stone Rd, Niagara Falls, L2E 0A2
Friday, February 10
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
04:00 PM

Canadian Polish Society Fish Fry

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Every Friday starting January 20, 2023. Fish fry, 43 Facer Street. 4-7 p.m. Eat-in and take-out available. Perogies also available for purchase.

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Polish Society

  • 43 Facer Street, St. Catharines, L2M 5H4
07:00 PM

Niagara Falls Canucks Hockey

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Come out and see the Canucks play at the Gale Centre, Fridays at 7PM, see niagarafallscanucks.com for details

07:30 PM

Peninsula Orchestra presents A Mid-Winter Concert

07:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Peninsula Orchestra will perform Mendelssohn’s Fingal’s Cave, and works by Mozart, Mascagni and Anderson,  The concert is in support of Out of the Cold. Freewill donations gratefully accepted. 

Location/Venue Name
Covenant Christian Reformed Church

  • 278 Parnell Road, St. Catharines , L2R 2N2
11:00 PM

NFRCC Photo Conference

11:00 PM — 11:58 PM

Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Club is holding its 58th Annual Photo Conference.  The conference offers attendees several speakers who will be presenting on multiple genres of photography.  There will be hands on workshops and outings also available to those registering to attend the conference.  There is a Digital Salon (competition) that attendees can register for and also a Print Salon (competition).  The Weekend Pass includes meals for the attendee for Saturday and breakfast on Sunday.  Saturday only pass includes lunch on Saturday but does not include a ticket the the Awards Banquet.  This is a great event to meet like minded photographers, make new friends, enjoy the comradely and fellowship while taking in the presentations by our guest speakers and absorbing the knowledge they share

Saturday, February 11
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
05:30 PM

Roast Beef Dinner

05:30 PM — 07:00 PM

West St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church (42Pelham Rd) is having a roast beef dinner on Saturday, February 11,2023 at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for children under 12 years. This includes salad, pie and beverage. There will also be a Valentines cookie sale. For tickets contact Sharon at 289-213-9596.

Location/Venue Name
West St. Andrew’s Presbyterian church

  • 42 Pelham Rd, St. Catharines , L2S 1R4
07:00 PM

MAN UP!

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

MAN UP! Is an inter-denominational Christian men's event that is a one-night event to call all men to live up to their full potential in Christ. Their will be worship, a word, and a testimony to hear about how God has been moving in men's lives across Niagara and surrounding areas. After the event please take part in fellowship and refreshments. This MAN UP! will take place on February 11th at Faith Welland 7pm. All are welcome to come and partake in event. This event is FREE. 

Location/Venue Name
Faith Welland

  • 380 S Pelham Rd, Welland, L3B 5N8
Sunday, February 12
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Monday, February 13
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Tuesday, February 14
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Wednesday, February 15
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
07:00 PM

The Rotary Club of Niagara Falls 'TRIVIA NIGHT"

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

The 23rd. Annual Trivia Evening is an evening of entertainment and fun in support of Nuagara Falls Community Programs such as Project Share, Breakfast Program, GROW, Niagara Hospitals, Wellspring, Pathstone Mental Health, local student awards and scholarships as well as International Rotary projects.   There will be a $!000.00 First place Cash Prize, a 50/50 Draw, Live Auctions, a Great Raffle and Door Prizes.    Pizza and snacks will be provided and Teams will consist of 8 persons at $40.00 per person.   Seating is limited so GET YOUR TICKETS NOW  !!

Location/Venue Name
Club Italia

  • 2525 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H 0T9
Thursday, February 16
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Friday, February 17
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
04:00 PM

Canadian Polish Society Fish Fry

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Every Friday starting January 20, 2023. Fish fry, 43 Facer Street. 4-7 p.m. Eat-in and take-out available. Perogies also available for purchase.

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Polish Society

  • 43 Facer Street, St. Catharines, L2M 5H4
07:00 PM

Niagara Falls Canucks Hockey

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Come out and see the Canucks play at the Gale Centre, Fridays at 7PM, see niagarafallscanucks.com for details

Saturday, February 18
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
10:00 AM

NIAGARA FAMILY FUN DAY - Saturday February 18th. 10am - 3pm

10:00 AM — 03:00 PM

We're soOO excited to bring families this Super AMAZING, Super FUN filled Family Day event, here in Niagara    Families are invited to come join us for a Great Day full of exciting things. Face painting, Inflatables, Fun Food, Children's Characters ("Blippi & Paw Patrol as well as others), Bake Sale, Kids Crafting & Games area, Fun Food, Bake Sale. Draws with prizes, and SOooO much more FUN for family (and kids within)   In addition, we will have family/child friendly vendors who will be showcasing their products/services. 100 swag bags for the first 100 families in line.   Don't forget to check out our Fill the Limo event (in support of No Bare Bums Niagara).. we're accepting Diapers and Formula donations. In return we are offering a ticket for your chance to win a $100 gift card to The Keg and a limo ride courtesy of Dynsasty Limousine

Location/Venue Name
Merritton Community Centre

  • 7 Park Avenue, St Catharines, L2P 1P9
Sunday, February 19
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

09:00 AM

Beamsville Lions Club All You Can Eat Breakfast Fundraiser

09:00 AM — 12:30 PM

Beamsville Lions All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet We offer Pancakes, French Toast, Bacon, Sausage, Home Fries, Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Fruit Cup, Juice, Coffee and Tea.  Date: Sunday February 19, 2023, 9am to 12:30pm We are located at the Lincoln Centre, 4361 Central Ave, Beamsville Adults: $15, Seniors 80 plus: $12, Children 6-12: $7, 5 and under are free      

Location/Venue Name
Lincoln Centre

  • 4361 Central Ave, , Beamsville,, L0$
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Monday, February 20
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Tuesday, February 21
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
06:30 PM

CMHA Niagara's 12th Annual Women & Wellness Fundraiser

06:30 PM — 09:00 PM

Enjoy networking, prizes, personal charcuteries, and unique performance workshop featuring Samantha Marchionda. Sharing her personal story of mental illness, alcohol addiction and recovery, through storytelling and song, Samantha is fueled by connecting with audiences in the hope of inspiring and helping others along the way. Everyone is invited to join in this fundraiser to benefit CMHA Niagara who provides timely access to urgent, preventative and crisis intervention mental health and addiction programs.  

Location/Venue Name
Club Roma

  • 125 Vansickle Road, St. Catharines, L2S 3W4
Wednesday, February 22
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Thursday, February 23
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Friday, February 24
All day

Niagara Shrine Club Spaghetti Dinner

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Monthly spaghetti dinner to raise funds to support the Niagara Shrine Club, held on the last Friday of every month. 

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Shrine Club Monthly Spaghetti Dinner

  • 5621 North St,, Niagara Falls, L2G 1J4
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
04:00 PM

Canadian Polish Society Fish Fry

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Every Friday starting January 20, 2023. Fish fry, 43 Facer Street. 4-7 p.m. Eat-in and take-out available. Perogies also available for purchase.

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Polish Society

  • 43 Facer Street, St. Catharines, L2M 5H4
07:00 PM

Niagara Falls Canucks Hockey

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Come out and see the Canucks play at the Gale Centre, Fridays at 7PM, see niagarafallscanucks.com for details

Saturday, February 25
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
10:00 AM

The Grace Message Conference

10:00 AM — 03:30 PM

At The Grace Message Conference, you're invited to discover the best flavor of Christianity and celebrate the good news of the Gospel to the fullest. You'll learn why your new identity in Jesus matters more than you can ever imagine. Bestselling author and radio host Andrew Farley has a no-nonsense style that will awaken you to a revolutionary perspective every healthy Christian should have. And this time, Andrew has brought friends - John Lynch and Tim Chalas, dynamic speakers who together with Andrew proclaim the endless love of God with energy and life-giving humor. Life is just too short to miss out on God's best, so join us at this thought-provoking conference. You'll be challenged to dismiss the lies you've believed and make up your own mind about how big God's grace really is. Doors Open at 9am

Location/Venue Name
Central Community Centre

  • 680 York Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake, L0S 1J0
Sunday, February 26
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Monday, February 27
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Tuesday, February 28
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Wednesday, March 1
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Thursday, March 2
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
Friday, March 3
All day

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa Seniors Social Club

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Every Tuesday 9:30 am until 1:30 pm 7820 Portage Rd 905-295-3212 or 905-295-6026 holytrinitychippawa@gmail.com  www.holytrinitychippawa.com  Fun for Seniors cards, checkers, scrabble board games refreshments and pastries At noon lunch is served ( donations welcome )  

Location/Venue Name
Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chippawa

  • 7820 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 5Y8
All day

SPORTS PRODUCTS WINTER SALE FUNDRAISER FOR CHARITY AND BLACK HISTORY MONTH

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Place your order By Emailing Us at :  fergiejenkinsfoundation@gmail.com  or pre-arrange to Visit the Foundation at 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4 St. Catharines, Ontario Payment may be made by: tap/debit card, credit card in person or by phone , cash or cheque Shipping cost will apply ! Purchaser will be advised in advance ! To Place a Product (s) ORDER ...View Items & Images HERE ...ORDER NOW ! Then contact us by phone at (905) 688-9418 with the PRODUCTS you wish to purchase !

Location/Venue Name
Fergie Jenkins Foundation

  • 67 Commerce Place , Unit 4, St. Catharines, L2R 6P7
07:30 AM

Volunteer drivers desperately needed!

07:30 AM — 05:00 PM

THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully.    CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most.    DO YOU:  • Enjoy meeting a variety of people?    • Desire to help people affected by cancer?    • Have a flexible schedule?     If yes, become a dedicated Wheels of Hope driver!

10:00 AM

Tool of Tools: Niagara

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The Niagara Falls History Museum has announced its first art exhibition of 2023, welcoming Niagara artist Wayne Moore’s “Tool of Tools: Niagara” collection to the Museum’s Ontario Power Generation Gallery. Drawing inspiration from different interactions and movements in our everyday lives, this exhibition highlights Niagara’s community, culture, and connectivity. Empowering artwork that will allow space for authentic conversations, the collection reflects on the most frequently symbolized part of not only the human body but of human interaction. Wayne Moore is an artist who was born in Portland, Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada. His mix of vibrant colours and intricacies stems from his Jamaican cultural roots intertwined with his passion for spreading positive, uplifting energy. Wayne and his family moved to Niagara in 2020. A McMaster University alumni and a CFL running-back for the BC Lions, Moore describes art as his hidden peace of mind and balance, allowing viewers to appreciate his collaboration of colours and textures. Showcasing his artwork through in-depth storytelling, authentic experiences, and versatile exposure allows Moore to express forms of his imagination and constant ideas through his creations.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls History Museum

  • 5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, L2G 1S9
04:00 PM

Canadian Polish Society Fish Fry

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Every Friday starting January 20, 2023. Fish fry, 43 Facer Street. 4-7 p.m. Eat-in and take-out available. Perogies also available for purchase.

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Polish Society

  • 43 Facer Street, St. Catharines, L2M 5H4