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A Christmas Carol coming to Imperial Theatre

A Christmas Carol at Imperial Theatre

Theatre Sarnia will be presenting their 2nd show of the 2014/2015 season starting November 21st. The classic tale ‘A Christmas Carol’ will be shared on the Stage of Imperial Theatre Sarnia. Director Anthony Fracalanza stated: ‘I am so excited to be working with such a talented cast. I am truly honoured to be able to direct […]

SLOAN playing “RUSTIC” this Friday

SLOAN playing "RUSTIC"

  Rustic, Manchee Media and K106.3 proudly present the Juno award winning band Sloan this Friday at rustic (505 Campbell st.) on their Commonwealth tour. This will be a special “evening-with” style performance with 2 full hour sets. They will play their 20+ years worth of hit songs along with material from their new album […]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #159

The Show with David Burrows #159

Intro: Comedy Hypnotist Robert Maxwell a BIG hit!Williams Pastry delivers some Christmas treats!The Entertainment Scene:A Christmas Carol director Anthony Fracalanza shares details of the classic tale to be performed on stage starting Nov. 21st at The Imperial Theatre Sarnia. www.imperialtheatre.net In The Community: The 2nd annual Harmony For Youth Charity Gala will be held at Boston […]

United Way campaign still tracking above last year’s pace at 80% of goal

By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton Campaign reached 80% of its goal on the strength of Styrolution and other employee campaigns that have just wrapped up. I am very happy to report that we have raised so far over $1,550,000 and are well on our way toward […]

Art at the Lake event continues Sunday at Lambton College Event Centre

Kathy Rath

Sarnia Artists’ Workshop continues its always popular Art at the Lake event tomorrow (Sunday, November 16) at the Lambton College Event Centre. The free admission event–donations are being accepted for St. Joseph’s Hospice–features Sarnia artist Kathy Rath, although there are dozens of artist works also available for sale. Payment of artwork purchased is by cash, […]

Seaway Sounds will perform as part of December’s First Friday at Cheeky Monkey

Seaway Sounds

By MARY ANNE PELOZA The sounds of the season will be filling the air during the December 5 First Friday at Cheeky Monkey, Sarnia’s downtown music, movies and more store. Along with Christmas and seasonal songs, the all female a cappella group, Seaway Sounds, will be performing favourite songs spanning the generations. Seaway Sounds has […]

Man killed in early morning tractor/car crash on Petrolia LIne

Lambton OPP have confirmed the identity of a man killed in a crash between a farm tractor and a car that occurred early Friday morning. Craig Moffat, a 45-year-old Petrolia resident, was killed in the 5:30 a.m. accident which occurred on Petrolia Line between Mandaumin Road and Fairweather Road. The driver of the farm tractor, […]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #158

David Burrows speaks with David Chaulk Director/Producer of Rock and Roll Christmas.

  The Show with David Burrows #158Recap: Pandas/Pans Fundraiser, Chris Isaac, Rememberance Day.The Entertainment Scene:David Chaulk, Director/Producer shares the excitement of a “Rock and Roll Christmas” coming to the Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.In The Community:The Live Music Cafe featuring the “Si sters of Soul” and friends at the 4 Square Church in Sarnia.Apps with Mark […]

Pat Davidson will not stand for re-election as Member of Parliament

pat davidson

Sarnia-Lambton Member of Parliament Pat Davidson has officially announced to her constituents that she won’t run for re-election in an election expected to take place in October 2015, opening the door to other Conservative candidates potentially vying for the seat. Davidson was first elected to Parliament in 2006, defeating at the time the incumbent MP Roger […]

Local group takes major step forward in commercialization process for biomass feedstock

corn stalk

It’s still early days when it comes to the development of a commercial plant capable of turning non-food biomass such as corn stalks and wheat straw into sugars for future processing into chemicals but Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) has taken a big step in that direction with a funding announcement this week. BIC’s executive director, Dr. […]