#theshowsarnia The Show with David Burrows #277 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting fall to Saginaw Spirit 6-5 The Entertainment Scene: A new local band that has been playing together for years.
On Tuesday February 14 Great Lakes Secondary School had its first-ever “Idol” contest, where there were three rounds in total and six students from grades 10-12 who had performed songs of their choosing.
Organizers of a Valentine’s Day event at the Holiday Inn have brought in singer Michael Vanhevel and Nevin Campbell to entertain guests.
Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting recap & The Home Depot event. The Entertainment Scene: A local rock group Round House has been playing there passion for Classic Rock!
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is welcoming two new exhibitions which open to the public on First Friday, February 3.
Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting Recap – More updates at www.tvsn.ca/sarnia-sting The Entertainment Scene: A new and poplar music duo is entertaining in Sarnia.
On this episode of Spotlight, Lambton Shield editor J.D. Booth spoke with Jay Peckham, chair of the Theatre Sarnia board of directors and, director of Willow Quartet, a production going on now at the Imperial Theatre in downtown Sarnia.
Lambton County’s Local Immigration Partnership program is hosting a “Lunar Love Fest”—an event that is blending the Chinese New Year (which begins Saturday, Jan.
David Burrows, a local internet broadcaster and entertainer who has been active in the entertainment scene in Sarnia-Lambton for most of his life, was our first guest on a new podcast production that is being featured on Lambton Shield.
The Show with David Burrows #273 Opening Segment: Dancing with the Stars a huge success.