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The Source pays a visit to the brand new Lincoln Museum that was officially opened on October 2nd.
Thorold Community Theatre is proud to present “And Then, The Lights Went Out…”, written by Andy Garland and directed by Deb Howey. This exciting new performance will air from November 12th at 7:00pm until November 30th at 11:59pm.
Mike speaks with Susan McPetrie the Niagara Region waste management services advisor about events taking place during Waste Reduction Week.
Each year, Gillian’s Place hosts what has historically been known as Walk a Mile in HER Shoes®, a symbolic march that gives men the opportunity to stand against gender-based violence. Last October, despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic, the first-ever virtual event, Walk a Mile—COVID Style, doubled its fundraising goal and raised over $105,000. As Gillian’s Place continues to respond to the challenges and demands from COVID-19, the need for this year’s Walk a Mile has never been more vital. Now dubbed Walk a Mile — YOUR Style, this year’s event will take place on Saturday, October 16th and encourages everyone in the community to dress up in hot pink and march to end gender-based violence.
Last year's Welland Food Drive online raised more than $80,000 to support the Hope Centre, Open Arms Mission and the Salvation Army. This year's campaign is a hybrid model, with monetary donations online and a single day food drive next month. Monique Finlay is the Chair and she joins Mike Balsom on Zoom to talk about this year's event.
Grant MacArthur is on a quest to ride 10,000 kms to raise $100,000 to support lunches for Niagara area school kids, and he's hoping you will join him. Grant joins Mike on Zoom, along with Sarah Pritula of Community Crew to discuss the fundraising initiative.
It's been a great start to the OHL season for the Niagara IceDogs. The team opened the season with a 4-1 road win against the highly-ranked Barrie Colts. And this past weekend, another victory against the Oshawa Generals. General Manager Joey Burke joins Mike on Zoom to discuss the upcoming season.
Niagara Falls is on the verge of presenting its 10-year master plan for Recreation, Culture and Parks. They want your input, and there is still time toe make your voice heard. Kathy Moldenhauer is the Director of the department and she joins Mike Balsom on Zoom to discuss the Master Plan.
Spencer Mackenzie has been wowing audiences at Blues Festivals across the region, and the country, for years. He's an incredible guitar player who hails from the Ridgeway-Crystal Beach area, and he joins Mike in studio to talk about his new album coming out in January as well as some performances he has later this month.