The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is welcoming two new exhibitions which open to the public on First Friday, February 3.
Kevin Allen is busy putting the final touches on what he’s calling a “fun and festive” buffet dinner intended to raise funds for marriage counselling services connected with Lighthouse Community Church, located at the corner of Parker and Nelson Streets in 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.
A group of Lambton College students will face off with members of the Ontario Provincial Police in a charity hockey game to raise funds for youth homelessness.
Two long-established local organizations, the Young Professionals group of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and Sarnia Connects, are merging, with a “launch event” planned for Thursday, January 26 at Stokes by the Bay.
Sarnia Rib Fest, the popular area event that almost didn’t (but did) happen last year, is now officially on the calendar for 2017, returning to Hiawatha Horsepark on Labour Day weekend, September 1-4.
In an effort to raise funds for The Inn of the Good Shepherd, the Sarnia Sting Hockey Club and Mainstreet Credit Union are teaming up to present Ugly Christmas Sweater Night on Saturday, December 10.
Sarnia Police officers held their annual “Cops for Cans” event last Saturday at two locations—Walmart and the Real Canadian Superstore—collecting some 6,134 pounds of food in five hours.
The story of Joe Roberts’ journey from being a homeless addict to a successful entrepreneur is a powerful one, but he’s gone beyond just telling that story in settings where motivation is one of the key deliverables.
The Celebration of Lights, an annual event that until a few weeks ago was questionable as to its viability, appears to be making a comeback, with its residential holiday lighting competition set to go ahead as well.