International Symphony Orchestra will audition for musicians Solo-Violin

International Symphony Orchestra will audition for musicians

The International Symphony Orchestra, whose members bridge both the communities of Sarnia-Lambton and the Port Huron area, is inviting auditions from musicians in the area who wish to be part of the ISO’s 2014/15 season. String players are “most urgently encouraged” to come forward, although some openings are available in the wind, brass and percussion [...]

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Inn of the Good Shepherd and McDonald’s partnering for ‘Loonies for Lunches’ program mcdonalds opening

Inn of the Good Shepherd and McDonald’s partnering for ‘Loonies for Lunches’ program

McDonald’s Restaurants in Sarnia are teaming up with the Inn of the Good Shepherd and Blackburn Radio in an effort to raise funds for the “Loonies for Lunches” back-to-school food drive, the ninth year for the campaign. Funds raised will be donated to the Inn of the Good Shepherd. As much as $6,000 in a [...]

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School bus safety study has OPP issuing reminder to motorists in back-to-school season school bus lights

School bus safety study has OPP issuing reminder to motorists in back-to-school season

Lambton OPP, while gearing up for the “back-to-school” season, is expressing concern over a province-wide five-day study by the Independent School Bus Operators Association that was conducted last May. In that study, which was done between May 5 and May 9, 2014, a significant number of drivers said that motorists had failed to stop for [...]

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‘Festival of Good Things’ returns this weekend with free activities and ticketed evening concert gord downie

‘Festival of Good Things’ returns this weekend with free activities and ticketed evening concert

With the success of the inaugural Festival of Good Things under their belt, organizers are set to go big with expanded programming and a ticketed evening show featuring Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie in what is being billed as “Gord Downie, The Sadies, And The Conquering Sun.” The second edition of Festival of Good [...]

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Sarnia

International Symphony Orchestra will audition for musicians

Solo-Violin

The International Symphony Orchestra, whose members bridge both the communities of Sarnia-Lambton and the Port Huron area, is inviting auditions from musicians in the area who wish to be part of the ISO’s 2014/15 season. String players are “most urgently encouraged” to come forward, although some openings are available in the wind, brass and percussion [...]

Aug 27, 2014 17:36

Lambton County

School bus safety study has OPP issuing reminder to motorists in back-to-school season

school bus lights

Lambton OPP, while gearing up for the “back-to-school” season, is expressing concern over a province-wide five-day study by the Independent School Bus Operators Association that was conducted last May. In that study, which was done between May 5 and May 9, 2014, a significant number of drivers said that motorists had failed to stop for [...]

Aug 27, 2014 16:55

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

‘Festival of Good Things’ returns this weekend with free activities and ticketed evening concert

gord downie

With the success of the inaugural Festival of Good Things under their belt, organizers are set to go big with expanded programming and a ticketed evening show featuring Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie in what is being billed as “Gord Downie, The Sadies, And The Conquering Sun.” The second edition of Festival of Good [...]

Aug 26, 2014 13:13

Sports

Late surge gives Sarnia Legionnaires a 6-4 win over St. Thomas Stars

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The Sarnia Legionnaires opened the preseason with a come from behind win in St. Thomas last night, Ryan Lyle and Shawn Moulis led the way. The Legionnaires started the scoring just 50 seconds into the second frame, with Moulis scoring the game’s first goal, assisted by Nick Sproviero. The Stars would answer back with four [...]

Aug 27, 2014 11:09

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THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #146

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International Symphony Orchestra will audition for musicians

Solo-Violin

The International Symphony Orchestra, whose members bridge both the communities of Sarnia-Lambton and the Port Huron area, is inviting auditions from musicians in the area who wish to be part of the ISO’s 2014/15 season. String players are “most urgently encouraged” to come forward, although some openings are available in the wind, brass and percussion [...]

Sarnia Police seeking public’s help in identifying hit and run vehicle

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Sarnia Police are asking for the public’s assistance in their search for a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run collision on Monday night (August 25) that left a 38-year-old cyclist with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The victim, a 38-year-old Sarnia man, is still recovering in hospital. Police say the vehicle that hit him is [...]

Inn of the Good Shepherd and McDonald’s partnering for ‘Loonies for Lunches’ program

mcdonalds opening

McDonald’s Restaurants in Sarnia are teaming up with the Inn of the Good Shepherd and Blackburn Radio in an effort to raise funds for the “Loonies for Lunches” back-to-school food drive, the ninth year for the campaign. Funds raised will be donated to the Inn of the Good Shepherd. As much as $6,000 in a [...]

School bus safety study has OPP issuing reminder to motorists in back-to-school season

school bus lights

Lambton OPP, while gearing up for the “back-to-school” season, is expressing concern over a province-wide five-day study by the Independent School Bus Operators Association that was conducted last May. In that study, which was done between May 5 and May 9, 2014, a significant number of drivers said that motorists had failed to stop for [...]

Late surge gives Sarnia Legionnaires a 6-4 win over St. Thomas Stars

_SARlegionnaires_medium

The Sarnia Legionnaires opened the preseason with a come from behind win in St. Thomas last night, Ryan Lyle and Shawn Moulis led the way. The Legionnaires started the scoring just 50 seconds into the second frame, with Moulis scoring the game’s first goal, assisted by Nick Sproviero. The Stars would answer back with four [...]

Chiller problems at Bluewater Health result in some surgery cancellations

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A malfunctioning valve in one of two chiller units responsible for cooling the Bluewater Health facility in Sarnia is being blamed for some issues, including some surgery cancellations and leaking in some areas of the Norman Street building. Four patient rooms and a storage room in the operating room were affected. A spokesperson for the [...]

Sarnia Sting announce training camp schedule

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The Sarnia Sting training camp opens tomorrow and it’s going to be a busy week for the OHL club. The Sting will hold two scrimmages on Thursday which will be open to the public, the first of which takes place at 10 a.m. followed by the second scrimmage at 3:30 p.m. There will also be [...]

Sarnia Police investigating hit and run collision involving cyclist

Sarnia Police are investigating a collision that occurred Monday just after 11:00 p.m. and involved a cyclist. The cyclist was travelling south on Russell Street when he was struck by a dark coloured motor vehicle travelling east on Bright Street. The cyclist was transported to Bluewater Health with non-life threatening injuries. The driver failed to stop [...]

‘Festival of Good Things’ returns this weekend with free activities and ticketed evening concert

gord downie

With the success of the inaugural Festival of Good Things under their belt, organizers are set to go big with expanded programming and a ticketed evening show featuring Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie in what is being billed as “Gord Downie, The Sadies, And The Conquering Sun.” The second edition of Festival of Good [...]

It’s back to school time and helping hands are busy at the Inn of the Good Shepherd

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Several employees of Staples and Suncor were on hand at the Inn of the Good Shepherd Tuesday morning to help put the finishing touches on several hundred backpacks being picked up in time for a return to school. The occasion is the wrap up of the Inn’s eighth annual “Back to School” backpack program, which [...]