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 2 days. 12 presentations. Networking. Understand the powerful force behind ageing trends. Be motivated, inspired and connected.

Plan to attend AGEWORKS – The Art of Ageing Forum  June 26 & 27 at Niagara College.

Early bird tickets ‘til May 31. Have you got yours yet? https://ageworks.co/events/art-of-ageing-forum/

Put your dancing shoes on and join us for A Dance To Remember Alzheimer's Benefit on June 28th at the Fonthill Legion.

, for an evening of swing dancing and music with a live performance by the Jimmy Marando Band.

A fun evening awaits with delicious antipasto appetizers, silent auction with great prizes, dancing with Niagara Lindy Hop dancers all while enjoying beautiful swing music. A cash bar will also be available for alcoholic drinks.

All proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer's Society of the Niagara Region.

Classic 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Backsplit features hardwood on main floor, stairs up & bedroom level (under carpets)

Whirlpool tub in upper level bathroom, fireplace in finished lower level family room, den/office has walk up to oversized deck overlooking fully fenced private yard

Replacement windows, shingles 2015, this home has been lovingly maintained by current owners since 1972

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Welland Floatfest, held on July 7, 2019, is a fun and FREE family event. We just ask that you bring a non perishable food or hygiene item for The Hope Centre and Open Arms Mission. Want to float with us?

CAA Niagara is excited to announce that Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagaraand Distress Centre Niagarahave been chosen to receive this year’s Community Boost funding. 

With the long weekend coming up, I know that many folks are hoping for blue skies and sunshine as they head to the cottage. Others will be out in their gardens digging in the dirt, heading for a hike or working in the yard. I think that the love of nature is an intrinsic part of our identity as Canadians.

Lucchetta Homes was one of the biggest winners of the evening at the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) annual National Awards for Housing Excellence held last Friday, taking home three CHBA Awards.

Niagara College chief technology officer (CTO), John Levay, is among a team of information technology leaders who have earned provincial recognition for a pioneering pilot project aimed at improving cyber security in higher education.

The Women’s Place Book Riot will return to the Gale Centre for its 42nd installment this June 5-9, starting with the popular pre-sale on the evening of June 5. This annual second-hand book sale, (which organizers believe is Canada’s biggest and best!) will aim to raise over $70,000 in support of survivors of domestic violence in South Niagara. This year’s venue has once again been generously donated by the City of Niagara Falls. Home Instead Senior Care and Apple Self Storage both return as Major Sponsors for the 2019 event.

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