Take a deep breath. It’s almost the weekend. Finding something to do can be tricky and the Lambton Shield is trying to make that easier.
Parents run into the perennial problem of children outgrowing sporting equipment between seasons.
It was either good planning or a lucky break for chamber attendees at this week’s Business After 5 event held on Wednesday (May 17) and hosted by Tourism Sarnia-Lambton, with the “Beach Party” theme merging nicely with one of the warmest days (so far) of the year.
Ticket sales are going strong with less than 30 days remaining until the Chamber’s 2017 Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala lights up downtown Sarnia and the Imperial Theatre on June 16.
The May long weekend is generally considered the start of the summer season.
On the Port Huron side of the St. Clair River, just north of the Blue Water Bridge, John Kennedy can picture a carved stone monument honouring all indigenous people who have called the area home.
For almost 90 years the Lambton County Music Festival has been showcasing local talent from Sarnia to Shetland and from Watford to Wallaceburg.
Environment Canada is predicting a sunny weekend. This might give you the chance to get outside, have a little fun, and absorb some vitamin D.
The Rummage Sale Relay for Life will be hosting a rummage sale this Saturday starting at 9 a.m.
Great Lakes Secondary School is hosting its first annual student art show and performances of the musical “Grease” on May 11th, 12th, and 13th.