DNA Studios to showcase pipe organ at May First Friday DNA Studios

DNA Studios to showcase pipe organ at May First Friday

DNA Music, a locally owned recording studio, is opening its doors on May 2 as part of Sarnia’s First Friday cultural walkabout, during which time it will showcase a pipe organ that originally was installed in an area church. The pipe organ was acquired by Brendan E. Fraser, an area musician (and friend of Adam [...]

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‘Walk So Kids Can Talk’ event to support Kids Help Phone Walk So Kids Can Talk

‘Walk So Kids Can Talk’ event to support Kids Help Phone

For 25 years now, the Kids Help Phone has been helping young people cope with the many stresses of life. The Sarnia Chapter has been around now for 14 years and Chairman Doug Stewart says efforts continue to raise money to keep the service viable. On May 4, the Canadian organization will hold its annual [...]

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River City Vineyard is appealing court’s decision to force closure of men’s shelter river city

River City Vineyard is appealing court’s decision to force closure of men’s shelter

River City Vineyard, the Sarnia church that has been ordered to shut down its men’s homeless shelter as a result of a lawsuit filed by the City of Sarnia, is appealing the ruling of a Superior Court judge, citing what it says are errors and a failure to recognize its rights under the Charter of [...]

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Easter in the Park set for this Saturday train outdoor

Easter in the Park set for this Saturday

The City of Sarnia’s Parks and Recreation department will be hosting its annual Easter in the Park festivities this Saturday, April 19 at the Animal Farm within Canatara Park beginning at 9 a.m. with the Easter egg hunt starting at 10 a.m. sharp. Features will include a visit from the Easter Bunny, says Recreation Coordinator [...]

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Sarnia

Sarnia Police report 190 calls for service on long Easter weekend

Sarnia Police Service answered 190 calls for service since 5:00 p.m. on Good Friday until 7:00 AM Tuesday. Officers also conducted 49 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 190 calls include: 7 – 911 Hang Up Calls 11 – Alarm Call 10 – Disturb The Peace 16 – Domestic/Family Disputes 6 – Liquor Violation Calls 11 – [...]

Apr 22, 2014 17:44

Lambton County

Venetian Boulevard reconstruction will begin April 22, lasting 50 working days

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Venetian Boulevard in Point Edward is getting a major facelift with a three-phase $1.4-million construction project that is expected to start April 22 and take 50 working days to complete. Phase 1, a full reconstruction of a section of the road that connects Venetian to Alexandra Ave. (the road that runs parallel to Michigan Ave., [...]

Apr 16, 2014 11:41

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

DNA Studios to showcase pipe organ at May First Friday

DNA Studios

DNA Music, a locally owned recording studio, is opening its doors on May 2 as part of Sarnia’s First Friday cultural walkabout, during which time it will showcase a pipe organ that originally was installed in an area church. The pipe organ was acquired by Brendan E. Fraser, an area musician (and friend of Adam [...]

Apr 22, 2014 17:41

Sports

Bluewater Sharks capture Squirt/Atom championship at weekend tournament in Michigan

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The ’05 Bluewater Sharks hockey team travelled to Troy, Mich., over the weekend, where it captured The Squirt/Atom  Championship at the Troy Spring Scramble Championship with an exciting 3-2 shootout victory over the Kensington Valley Rebels. The Sharks trailed 2-1 with only 30 seconds to go.  With the goalie pulled, Jaxon Priddle tied the game [...]

Apr 14, 2014 15:26

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THE SHOW: The Music Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #128

The Show with David Burrows

Episode #128 The Music Scene: Scott Palko & Geoff Dale share the musical lineup for the Stokes Bay Summer Concert series starting with Get the Ball Rolling! In The Community: Mary Anne Peloza from Cheeky Monkey shares the excitement of Record Store Day! Local events and more! www.davidburrows.ws

Sarnia Police report 190 calls for service on long Easter weekend

Sarnia Police Service answered 190 calls for service since 5:00 p.m. on Good Friday until 7:00 AM Tuesday. Officers also conducted 49 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 190 calls include: 7 – 911 Hang Up Calls 11 – Alarm Call 10 – Disturb The Peace 16 – Domestic/Family Disputes 6 – Liquor Violation Calls 11 – [...]

DNA Studios to showcase pipe organ at May First Friday

DNA Studios

DNA Music, a locally owned recording studio, is opening its doors on May 2 as part of Sarnia’s First Friday cultural walkabout, during which time it will showcase a pipe organ that originally was installed in an area church. The pipe organ was acquired by Brendan E. Fraser, an area musician (and friend of Adam [...]

‘Walk So Kids Can Talk’ event to support Kids Help Phone

Walk So Kids Can Talk

For 25 years now, the Kids Help Phone has been helping young people cope with the many stresses of life. The Sarnia Chapter has been around now for 14 years and Chairman Doug Stewart says efforts continue to raise money to keep the service viable. On May 4, the Canadian organization will hold its annual [...]

River City Vineyard is appealing court’s decision to force closure of men’s shelter

river city

River City Vineyard, the Sarnia church that has been ordered to shut down its men’s homeless shelter as a result of a lawsuit filed by the City of Sarnia, is appealing the ruling of a Superior Court judge, citing what it says are errors and a failure to recognize its rights under the Charter of [...]

Easter in the Park set for this Saturday

train outdoor

The City of Sarnia’s Parks and Recreation department will be hosting its annual Easter in the Park festivities this Saturday, April 19 at the Animal Farm within Canatara Park beginning at 9 a.m. with the Easter egg hunt starting at 10 a.m. sharp. Features will include a visit from the Easter Bunny, says Recreation Coordinator [...]

Cheeky Monkey getting ready for Record Store Day this Saturday

Record Store Day

Most people probably wouldn’t consider getting into the “Record business” these days, however there are still many independently owned records stores around the world. “Vinyl Revival” is slowly picking up speed. With vinyl record sales only covering about 3% of music sales worldwide, it is popular enough to have an annual “Record Store Day,” internationally [...]

Stokes Bay Concert Series Announces Musical Line-up

Stokes Summer Concert Series

The Stokes Bay Concert Series Committee has announced their annual lineup of shows this morning.  The Committee, co-chaired by local business owners Scott Palko and Geoff Dale, made the respective announcements for both the Get The Ball Rolling and Summer Never Ends concert events. This year, The 6th Annual Get The Ball Rolling concert, being [...]

Venetian Boulevard reconstruction will begin April 22, lasting 50 working days

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Venetian Boulevard in Point Edward is getting a major facelift with a three-phase $1.4-million construction project that is expected to start April 22 and take 50 working days to complete. Phase 1, a full reconstruction of a section of the road that connects Venetian to Alexandra Ave. (the road that runs parallel to Michigan Ave., [...]

Sarnia Police asking for help in identifying pair of thieves

Sarnia Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male and female depicted on surveillance video that was taken in a store the pair is alleged to have visited on March 18 around 1 p.m. Police say the woman took a purse and the man took cologne, both without paying. Store employees attempted [...]