Community Messages

Tuesday, February 20
All day

THOROLD SKATING CLUB 67TH ANNUAL ICE SHOW

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Come and enjoy a family event featuring home club skaters and our very special guest, World Champion/ Olympian Elvis Stojko.  Sat. Feb 24th at 730pm and Sun. Feb. 25th at 2pm.  Tickets still available by calling Ameila 905-227-4181 or John 905-227-1304.

Location/Venue Name
Thorold Arena

  • 70 Front Street, Thorold, L2V 1X6
Wednesday, February 21
All day

THOROLD SKATING CLUB 67TH ANNUAL ICE SHOW

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Come and enjoy a family event featuring home club skaters and our very special guest, World Champion/ Olympian Elvis Stojko.  Sat. Feb 24th at 730pm and Sun. Feb. 25th at 2pm.  Tickets still available by calling Ameila 905-227-4181 or John 905-227-1304.

Location/Venue Name
Thorold Arena

  • 70 Front Street, Thorold, L2V 1X6
02:00 PM

Dunlop Older Adult Centre Weekly Wednesday AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Weekly ongoing Wednesday afternoon Tea Dance with live music, lunch and prizes! Cost $5 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines. For more information, call 905-685-6668   

Location/Venue Name
Dunlop Older Adult Centre

  • 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines, L2R 1A2
04:00 PM

Grantham Lions Club - Pasta Night

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

February 21, 2018 - 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Adults $10.00 Children (3 to 12 years old) $4.00 Children (under 3) Free *All you can eat pasta, served with sausage, meatballs, salad, bread, dessert, and tea or coffee*

Location/Venue Name
Grantham Lions Club

  • 732 Niagara Street, St. Catharines, L2M 7W7
05:00 PM

Warm your Heart To Hunger Lincoln's Soup Cook - Off

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Village of Hope presents:  local chefs compete for the Best Soup in Lincoln!   join us on Feb 21 from 5 to 7  at Twenty Valley Public School over 10 local chefs prepare and serve soup to the community in the hopes of  being crowned the Heartiest Soup!  enjoy a variety of soup and then fill out the ballot to choose your favorite. Celebrity  Judge Erik Peacock will be present and will be Judging Chefs Choice Award! All proceeds to Village of Hope Emergency Utility Fund  

Location/Venue Name
Twenty Valley Public School

  • 4057 Victoria Ave , Vineland, l0R2C0
07:00 PM

20th. Annual Rotary Club of Niagara Falls TRIVIA NIGHT

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Everyone is invited to Play to Win the $800 Prize ! There will be a 50/50 draw - Live Auction of various items - Great raffle and door prizes throughout the evening !  Please join us for a Trivia night that is full of fun and surprises and helps the Rotary Club of Niagara Falls support organizations such as Pathstone Mental Health, Breakfast programs, YMCA Strong Kids, Rotary Youth Exchange, End-Polio-Now Campaign, Wells of Haiti, Uganda Rabies Project, Shelter Box and many more in our local community.  Register Now ! Limited Space.  Tickets $35/person - Teams of 8 .   Includes Pizza, Wings and Snacks. Doors open at 6.0 pm For Tickets, contact Libby @ 905-380-2809  or  libby_d_7@hotmail.com  

Location/Venue Name
Club Italia

  • 2525 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H 0T9
Thursday, February 22
All day

THOROLD SKATING CLUB 67TH ANNUAL ICE SHOW

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Come and enjoy a family event featuring home club skaters and our very special guest, World Champion/ Olympian Elvis Stojko.  Sat. Feb 24th at 730pm and Sun. Feb. 25th at 2pm.  Tickets still available by calling Ameila 905-227-4181 or John 905-227-1304.

Location/Venue Name
Thorold Arena

  • 70 Front Street, Thorold, L2V 1X6
09:00 AM

Health TAPESTRY Open House

09:00 AM — 12:00 PM

The Health TAPESTRY program is coming to Niagara-on-the-Lake! Offered in partnership by the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University and the Canadian Red Cross, this program is an innovative way to enhance access to healthcare for the most vulnerable in our communities. Compassionate volunteers use technology to connect clients with their health care teams. Training will be provided. Visit healthtapestry.ca or learn more at an Open House on Feb. 22/18 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 14 Anderson Ln. in NOTL.

Location/Venue Name
The Niagara on the Lake Community Centre

  • 14 Anderson Lane, Niagara on the Lake, L0S 1J0
01:00 PM

Cogeco and Paw Patrol friends at The Pen Centre

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Join Cogeco and your favourite Paw Patrol characters February 22; 1 p.m.-3 p.m. and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Visit Chase and Skye and get your picture taken at The Pen Centre. Don't miss out on this Pawsome event!

07:00 PM

Lifetree Cafe - Join the Discussion!

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Lifetree Café is a weekly, hour-long interactive experience that features real people’s real stories on film, guided conversation, biblical insights, and time to build relationships. Lifetree Café tackles the topics that most people deal with—topics about the big (and little) stuff that shapes our lives. Family. Friends. Fears. Busyness. Balance. Money. Materialism. Health. Heaven. Peace. Purpose.

Location/Venue Name
The Journey

  • 3840 Dominion Road, Unit 2, Ridgeway, ON, L0S 1B0
Friday, February 23
All day

THOROLD SKATING CLUB 67TH ANNUAL ICE SHOW

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Come and enjoy a family event featuring home club skaters and our very special guest, World Champion/ Olympian Elvis Stojko.  Sat. Feb 24th at 730pm and Sun. Feb. 25th at 2pm.  Tickets still available by calling Ameila 905-227-4181 or John 905-227-1304.

Location/Venue Name
Thorold Arena

  • 70 Front Street, Thorold, L2V 1X6
05:00 PM

Fish Fry

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Also Baked Fish & Potato & Take-Out. Everyone is Welcome!

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 24

  • 15 George St. (Lower Level), St. Catharines , L2R 5N1
06:00 PM

TRIPPA NIGHT, FRIDAY MARCH 23, 2018, CLUB CASTROPIGNANO 1311 EGERTER ROAD PORT ROBINSON, ON L0S 1K0

06:00 PM — 10:00 PM

  • TRIPPA NIGHT
  • FRIDAY MARCH 23, 2018
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  • Menu
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  • Pasta & Meatballs
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  • Trippa
  • Rolls & Butter
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  • Roasted Sausage
  • Roasted Potatoes & Garden Salad
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  • Dessert Coffee &Tea
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  • Cash Bar
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  • $ 35 per Guest Tax Included
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  • Doors Open at 6 p.m.  Dinner at 7 p.m.
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  • For Tickets Call Club Office - 905 384- 9292     
  • 1311 Egerter Road Port Robinson L0S 1K0

07:00 PM

BURLEIGH HILL TRIVIA NIGHT

07:00 PM — 10:30 PM

BURLEIGH HILL PUBLIC SCHOOL ANNUAL TRIVIA NIGHT FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 2018 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 3 ORMOND ST. THOROLD, ON DOORS OPEN AT 7:00, CASH BAR PIZZA WILL BE PROVIDED 7:30 - 10:30 TRIVIA AND SILENT AUCTION (HELICOPER RIDE OVER NIAGARA FALLS, 150.00 ENERGY GYMTASTIC PARTY GIFT CERTIFICATE, CLIFTON HILL PASSES, AND SO MUCH MORE) $15.00 PERSON OR $110.00 FOR A TABLE OF 8 CALL BURLEIGH HILL AT 905-227-6641 FOR TICKETS

Location/Venue Name
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION

  • 3 ORMOND ST, THOROLD , L2V 1X9
Saturday, February 24
All day

Niagara Amputee Association: 130 Lockhart Dr. St. Catharines, Ont. L2T 1W4 905-688-5550 Ext. 1-5572

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

The Niagara Amputee Association works very hard to make sure that all amputees in the Niagara Region receive some help with the cost of their prosthesis. What we do: Our Association is operated by amputees for amputees and their families. We can answer their questions, provide the needed support and encouragement they may need.

All day

THOROLD SKATING CLUB 67TH ANNUAL ICE SHOW

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Come and enjoy a family event featuring home club skaters and our very special guest, World Champion/ Olympian Elvis Stojko.  Sat. Feb 24th at 730pm and Sun. Feb. 25th at 2pm.  Tickets still available by calling Ameila 905-227-4181 or John 905-227-1304.

Location/Venue Name
Thorold Arena

  • 70 Front Street, Thorold, L2V 1X6
08:00 AM

YMCA Move for Kids - Presented by RBC

08:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Join us and other Superheroes on Saturday, February 24th for YMCA Move for Kids presented by RBC as we bring together over 700 participants and volunteers across the region to spin, walk, swim or run to support our local kids. 100% of funds raised will allow children from families who face financial barriers to access YMCA membership services such as youth programs and swimming lessons as well as YMCA day camp. Last year cyclists across the Niagara region covered a total distance of 9775.5 km on spin bikes! That’s the distance to Mexico City and back! $63,494 was raised to support 461 kids to learn to swim or have fun at camp. We invite superheroes of all ages to participate in this fun, noisy beach themed event. Register or donate at www.moveforkids.ca This event will be taking place on Saturday, February 24th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at all YMCA of Niagara Branches: Walker Family YMCA, St. Catharines Niagara Centre YMCA, Welland Niagara West YMCA, Grimsby Niagara Falls YMCA Port Colborne YMCA E.J. Freeland YMCA, Fort Erie For a full event schedule please see: http://bit.ly/moveforkids2018schedules   

Location/Venue Name
YMCA of Niagara

  • All YMCA of Niagara Branches, St, Catharines, Niagara Falls, Grimsby, Fort Erie, Port Colborne & Welland, L2N 7P9
09:00 AM

History Symposium at Old Fort Erie

09:00 AM — 04:00 PM

This conference highlights the events of the War of 1812 through living history. Guest speakers will present on diverse topics concerning the War of 1812. Registration required: www.historysymposium.com  

01:00 PM

The Water Mission Charity Silent & Live Auction

01:00 PM — 05:00 PM

This is a fundraiser to provide water for the BIC hospital in Macha, Zambia.  Currently there is running water for only 6 hours a day.  Keith Cober (a Fort Erie Plumber) will be going to the hospital in April to install 2 water pumps, replace obsolete pipelines and prepare the groundwork for Zambians to build a water storage tank.  Our goal is to raise $10,000 toward this project Saturday, February 24 at Riverside Community Church, 2669 Niagara Pkwy, Fort Erie.  1:00 pm - Silent Auction, Bake Table & "Treasures" Room.  3:00 - Live Auction

Location/Venue Name
Riverside Community Church (on the campus of Niagara Christian Collegiate)

  • 2669 Niagara Parkway, Fort Erie, L2A 5M4
05:00 PM

Community Animal Allies of Niagara (CAAN) FUNdraiser Trivia Night

05:00 PM — 09:30 PM

Community Animal Allies of Niagara (CAAN) Trivia Night FUNdraiser, Club LaSalle, Port Weller, Doors open at 5pm, Trivia starts at 7pm. Penny Sale, Silent Auction, 50/50 Draw, Snacks provided, Cash Bar, Tickets $20 available at Pet Valu Pendale, Court Animal Hospital or call 905-988-1766

Location/Venue Name
Club LaSalle

  • 111 Arthur Street, Port Weller, St. Catharines, L2M 1H8
06:30 PM

NOTL Skating Club Annual Family TRIVIA NIGHT

06:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Everyone is invited to our Annual FAMILY TRIVIA NIGHT being held in the Mary Snider Room of Centennial Arena, NOTL. Doors open at 6:30, Game starts at 7:00. Tickets are $15 per person and includes munchies and pizza. There will be door prizes and a cash bar. Tickets are available from any board member or call 905-468-7465 or email us at skatenotl@outlook.com to order your table/ticket.  Tickets also available at the door.

Location/Venue Name
Mary Snider Room, Centennial Arena

  • 1595 Creek Rd , Virgil, L0S 1T0
Sunday, February 25
All day

Sunday Social Dance Feb. 25th

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Dancing to Black Tie

Monday, February 26
07:00 PM

SEPARATED AND DIVORCED HEALING MINISTRY

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Support group for the separated and divorced.

Tuesday, February 27
12:00 PM

RBC Foundation Music@Noon Recital Series

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Our Tuesday Music@Noon series is generously sponsored by the RBC Foundation. This free concert series takes place most Tuesdays at noon throughout the academic year, displaying the artistry and creativity of a wide variety of musicians. Dates with performers:  Tuesday Feb. 6 - Voice Students Tuesday Feb. 13 - Instrumental students Tuesday Feb. 27 - Karin Di Bella (piano) Time: Noon Location: Cairns Recital Hall, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, 15 Artists' Common, St. Catharines, ON This is a free community event!

07:00 PM

Chippawa Lions Paint Nite

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

About the cause

Chippawa Lions are proud to present our first Paint Nite. Established in 1941, the Chippawa Lions Club has a long legacy of service. We have a rich history of serving the citizens of Chippawa and area, Niagara Falls and the world. We have helped families in need and donated funds that assist families in need. The organizations we support include the Boy's & Girl's Club, Project Share, and numerous others.

About This Event

Join us as we raise glasses and funds for this worthy cause! When you buy a ticket to this event, $15 will be donated to the charity above. To date, Paint Nite has helped raise over $3.5 million for those in need with lively creative events that feel more fun than philanthropic. Feel good about giving as our local artist guides you and your friends through two hours of painting, drinking, and laughing ‘til your cheeks hurt. The best part? You don’t have to be an artist to have an amazing time.

Location/Venue Name
Chippawa Lions Club

  • 3970 Welland Street (Chippawa Lions Hall), Niagara Falls, L2E 6V8
Wednesday, February 28
02:00 PM

Dunlop Older Adult Centre Weekly Wednesday AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Weekly ongoing Wednesday afternoon Tea Dance with live music, lunch and prizes! Cost $5 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines. For more information, call 905-685-6668   

Location/Venue Name
Dunlop Older Adult Centre

  • 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines, L2R 1A2
Thursday, March 1
09:00 AM

Thinking about Animals

09:00 AM — 08:30 PM

THINKING ABOUT ANIMALS CONFERENCE at Pond Inlet, Brock University. Niagara Action for Animals (NAfA) is supporting this event to be held on March 1st & 2nd. The conference will focus on two broad themes: Structural Violence  & Trans-species Social Justice, and, Resistance, Rescue & Sanctuary.  Contact: animalconference@Brocku.ca  for more information

Location/Venue Name
Pond Inlet, Brock University, St. Catharines

  • 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way , St. Catharines, L2S 3A1
04:00 PM

Pasta Supper with family and friends.

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Bring your family and friends for a casual and delicious Pasta Supper at Holy Rosary Hall, 35 Queen St. South, Thorold from 4pm to 7pm. Choose pasta with either tomato or "white" sauce, meatballs, sausage, salad, dinner rolls. Coffee/tea included (eat-in only). Take-out available. Adults $12/serving, children (under 10 yrs) $8/serving. Catered by Antipasto's di Roma. All proceeds to Holy Rosary Church. Great value!

Location/Venue Name
Holy Rosary Hall

  • 35 Queen St. South, Thorold, L2V 3M7
Friday, March 2
09:30 AM

Thinking about Animals

09:30 AM — 04:30 PM

THINKING ABOUT ANIMALS CONFERENCE at Pond Inlet, Brock University. Niagara Action for Animals (NAfA) is supporting this event to be held on March 1st & 2nd. The conference will focus on two broad themes: Structural Violence  & Trans-species Social Justice, and, Resistance, Rescue & Sanctuary.  Contact: animalconference@Brocku.ca  for more information

Location/Venue Name
Pond Inlet, Brock University, St. Catharines

  • 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way , St. Catharines, L2S 3A1
11:00 AM

Glitter and Gangsters of the Roaring 20's

11:00 AM — 11:00 PM

BPW Niagara Falls presents a Murder Mystery event in support of Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Foundation to help with the purchase  of needed equipment. Montana's BBQ & BAR, Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls will become Sue's Speakeasy where your ticket provides the password to get in.  Inside, Laura Revell and her LivingLRG Jazz Band will provide music and entertainment.  A fine multi-course dinner will be served.  Back tables will offer (make believe) Games of Chance ;  Cast members will create drama and intrigue as they interact with the guests to set the stage for the Murder Mystery.  Period dress is encouraged.  Advanced Tickets only, $70/person or $490 for a group of 8. 

Location/Venue Name
Montana's BBQ & Bar,

  • 5759 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2G #L6
06:30 PM

Trivia Night - 126 Flying Lancers Air Cadet Squadron

06:30 PM — 10:00 PM

The 126 Flying Lancers Air Cadet Squadron are having a Trivia Night, Friday, March 2, 2018. 3970 Welland St. Niagara Falls, ON (Chippawa) Tickets must be purchased in advance. $20.00 a ticket or a table of 8 for $150.00 - Limited tickets Prizes * Penny Sale * Pizza * Snacks * Cash Bar Contact Vanessa Keays at 289-968-8675 or keays126@outlook.com Sponsored by the Chippawa Lions Club.

Location/Venue Name
Chippawa Lions Club

  • 3970 Welland Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2G 4C8
07:30 PM

The Department of Dramatic Arts presents: Top Girls

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

What would you sacrifice to get to the top? The second mainstage production of the year is Top Girls by the celebrated playwright Caryl Churchill. First produced in 1982 (last seen produced at the Shaw Festival in 2015) this contemporary play tells the story of Marlene, a career-driven woman who is only interested in women’s success in business. This smart, funny play takes a critical look at women in society and considers the conflicts that come with the pursuit of success and the desire to “have it all.” Directed by professor Danielle Wilson the production runs from Friday, March 2, 2018 to Saturday, March 10, 2018. by Caryl Churchill. Directed by DANIELLE WILSON Set Design by NIGEL SCOTT Costume Design by KELLY WOLF Lighting Design by JENNIFER JIMENEZ Original Music by MAX HOLTEN-ANDERSEN Assistant Direction by MICHELLE MOHAMMED Dialect Coaching by JANE GOODERHAM When: March 2-10, 2018 FRIDAY, MARCH 2 and SATURDAY, MARCH 3 at 7:30 pm SUNDAY, MARCH 4 at 2:00 pm FRIDAY, MARCH 9 at 11:30 am and 7:30 pm SATURDAY, MARCH 10 at 7:30 pm Location: MARILYN I. WALKER THEATRE, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts 15 Artists’ Common, St. Catharines, ON Fourth-year student and Assistant Director for the production, Michelle Mohammed, is writing about the development of the show in a dedicated blog.  See https://darttopgirls.wordpress.com/. Tickets: $5-$18 (applicable fees and taxes are extra) Purchase tickets at the FirstOntario PAC Box Office: 905.688.0722 or online firstontariopac.ca.

Saturday, March 3
07:00 AM

INDOOR GARAGE - RUMMAGE SALE

Saturday, March 3 to Sunday, March 4
07:00 AM — 12:00 AM

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 479 - 5603 Spring St. Niagara Falls On. is having an indoor garage - rummage sale in the upstairs hall March 3rd from 7:00 am til 12:00 noon. One day only. If you would like to rent a table they are $10.00 Come out and find a hidden treasure.

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Br.479

  • 5603 Sring St. , Niagara Falls , L2G 1P7
11:00 AM

Brunch, Bid & Bowl with Women's Place

11:00 AM — 04:00 PM

Women’s Place invites you to “Brunch, Bid and Bowl” as you bring together friends, colleagues and family members in support of domestic violence shelters in South Niagara. Whether you form a team of 6-8 bowlers so you can join us for the day or buy a ticket to “brunch and bid”, you will be supporting women and children who use the services of Niagara Falls (Nova House) and Welland (Serenity Place). There is no registration fee for teams who raise a minimum of $800. Unable to bowl, but still want to join in on the fun? You can also buy a ticket for the "Brunch & Bid" part of the day's events! Visit womensplacesn.org for all the details!  

Location/Venue Name
Club Italia

  • 2525 Montrose Rd., Niagara Falls, L2E 6S4
12:00 PM

Exhibition: Expressions of Today

12:00 PM — 05:00 PM

Students in Studies in Arts and Culture as well as in French Studies at Brock University explore contemporary expressions in art and literature and create unusual stories mixing narrative and art-making. Their starting point is a graffiti artwork by artist Mat Vizbulis. / Des étudiants en Etudes en français et en Studies in Arts and Culture à l’Université Brock explorent des expressions contemporaines dans l’art et la littérature, et construisent des histoires inhabituelles mélangeant narration et création d’art. Leur point de départ est un graffiti de l’artiste Mat Vizbulis. Exhibition: Saturday Mar. 3 to Friday Mar. 16 / samedi 3 mars à vendredi 16 mars Gallery hours: Wednesday 10-5, Thursday 12-9, Friday 12-9, and Saturday 12-5 / mercredi 10-5, jeudi 12-9, vendredi 12-9, et samedi 12-5 Opening Reception: Thursday Mar. 8 from 6-8 pm / jeudi 8 mars 6h-8h en soirée Location: Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) 354 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON This is free community event!

07:00 PM

Grantham Lioness Club Trivia Night on Saturday, March 3, 2018

07:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Join the Grantham Lioness for a fun night of Trivia on Saturday, March 3rd at the Grantham Lions Club, 732 Niagara St., St. Catharines. Doors open at 6 pm and games start at 7 pm. Tables of 8, $15.00 p.p. (includes 1-24 slice pizza and munchies per table).  Open bar, 50/50, draws. Advanced ticket sales only - call Lioness Cathy at 905-935-2592 or Lioness Karen at 905-646-6343.  All profits will be donated to The Lions Foundation Guide Dogs.

Location/Venue Name
Grantham Lions Club

  • 732 Niagara Street, St. Catharines, Ontario, L2M 7W7
Monday, March 5
07:30 PM

Student Solo Recitals - Cairns Recital Hall

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

Third year recital: Rebecca Heathcote, alto saxophone with Karen Lam, piano These recitals are performed by our most talented performers, who do recitals courses for credit following a rigorous audition process. Come and hear the stars of tomorrow, getting their start right here through our Music program. Monday March 5, 2018 7:30pm Location: Cairns Recital Hall, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre Admission to all events is free.

Tuesday, March 6
12:00 PM

RBC Foundation Music@Noon Recital Series

12:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Our Tuesday Music@Noon series is generously sponsored by the RBC Foundation. This free concert series takes place most Tuesdays at noon throughout the academic year, displaying the artistry and creativity of a wide variety of musicians. Dates with performers:  Tuesday Mar. 6 - Walker String Quartet Tuesday Mar. 13 - Piano and guitar students Tuesday Mar. 20 - Instrumental students Tuesday Mar. 27 - Voice students Time: Noon Location: Cairns Recital Hall, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre 250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON This is a free community event!

Wednesday, March 7
01:00 PM

We Are All Vessels Community Day

01:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Presented in partnership with the Niagara Regional Native Centre, Soaring Eagles Indigenous Elementary and Secondary Schools, Niagara Catholic District School Board, District School Board of Niagara, Kakekalanicks/Celebration of Nations, and Ignite The Spirit of Education, with support from Dr. Peter Vietgen, Faculty of Education, Brock University. STUDENT ART EXHIBITION February 28 to March 8, 2018 Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 7, 1 pm See the visual art of students from Soaring Eagles Indigenous Elementary and Secondary Schools and their responses to our current exhibition "Always Vessels". COMMUNITY DAY Wednesday, March 7, 1 to 7 pm We are all vessels. Our bodies are carriers of knowledge. Our ways of life are ways of knowing. Join us for the reception of the Soaring Eagles Student Art Exhibition followed by events including workshops and tours of "Always Vessels" and "We Are All Vessels". Everyone is welcome to join us for any and all parts of this day as we celebrate community, art and Indigenous traditions. All activities free & all welcome! All-Day – "Always Vessels" exhibition & video screenings of Curator Alexandra Nahwegahbow tour of "Always Vessels" 1 pm – Opening of Soaring Eagles Indigenous Schools’ exhibition 3 to 5 pm – Leather Pouch Making with Crystal Zettel (drop-in) 4 to 4:45 pm – ‘Ol Child (jazz band) 5:30 pm – Keynote by Tim Johnson – INDIGENOUS ART:  MEANING AND MESSAGE – Examples from world class exhibits and memorials CLOSING – Drums and Round Dance Schedule subject to change. Visit brocku.ca/rodman-hall/community/ for more information.

Location/Venue Name
Rodman Hall Art Centre/Brock University

  • 109 St Paul Crescent, St Catharines, L2S 1M3
02:00 PM

Dunlop Older Adult Centre Weekly Wednesday AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Weekly ongoing Wednesday afternoon Tea Dance with live music, lunch and prizes! Cost $5 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines. For more information, call 905-685-6668   

Location/Venue Name
Dunlop Older Adult Centre

  • 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines, L2R 1A2
03:30 PM

CLUB CASTROPIGNANO GNOCCHI OR PASTA DINNER WED MAR 7, 2018

Wednesday, March 7 to Thursday, March 8
03:30 PM — 07:30 AM

  • Club Castropignano
  • Homemade Gnocchi Dinner
  • Served with 2 Meatballs, Salad, Bun
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  • 1ST Wednesday
  • Each Month
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  • Take - Out   3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • Eat - In         5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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  • Cash, Debit & Major Credit Cards Accepted
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  • Penne Pasta Alternative Available
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  • Perfect setting for group events or special occasions!
  • For Group Reservations Call Club Office - 905 384- 9292
  • 1311 Egerter Road, Port Robinson, Ontario L0S 1K0

05:00 PM

International Women's Day Dinner

05:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Celebrating 100 yrs. of the Women's Of Port Colborne with guest speaker CHCH'S Annette Hamm.     

Location/Venue Name
Guild Hall

  • 72 Charlotte St, Port Colborne, Ont, L3K 3C8
07:00 PM

Komedy for Kidneys Rodney Pentland Memorial Benefit Show

07:00 PM — 10:30 PM

Enjoy the Funniest Night in Niagara! March 7th. It’s two-hours of ‘pee your pants’ funny @ Greg Frewin Theatre. Tickets: start at $30+fees/taxes. Avail at GregFrewinTheatre.com or 905 356-0777.

Location/Venue Name
Greg Frewin Theatre.

  • 5781 Ellen Ave., Niagara Falls, L2G 3P8
Thursday, March 8
12:00 PM

Opening Reception: Expressions of Today

12:00 PM — 09:00 PM

Students in Studies in Arts and Culture as well as in French Studies at Brock University explore contemporary expressions in art and literature and create unusual stories mixing narrative and art-making. Their starting point is a graffiti artwork by artist Mat Vizbulis. / Des étudiants en Etudes en français et en Studies in Arts and Culture à l’Université Brock explorent des expressions contemporaines dans l’art et la littérature, et construisent des histoires inhabituelles mélangeant narration et création d’art. Leur point de départ est un graffiti de l’artiste Mat Vizbulis. Opening Reception: Thursday Mar. 8 from 6-8 pm / jeudi 8 mars 6h-8h en soirée Exhibition: Saturday Mar. 3 to Friday Mar. 16 / samedi 3 mars à vendredi 16 mars Gallery hours: Wednesday 10-5, Thursday 12-9, Friday 12-9, and Saturday 12-5 / mercredi 10-5, jeudi 12-9, vendredi 12-9, et samedi 12-5 Location: Niagara Artists Centre (NAC) 354 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON This is free community event!

05:00 PM

Opening reception - Silent Areas: The Spaces in Between

05:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Brock Visual Art student Sarah Martin and Brock Visual Arts Alumni Caterina Stambolic present photographs and sculptures investigating the interruptions between mind and body. Opening Reception: Thursday Mar. 8 Time: 5-8 pm Exhibition: Thursday Feb. 15 to Saturday Mar. 24 Regular visiting hours are Tuesday through Saturday 1-5 pm. Location: Visual Arts Exhibition Space, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Brock University 15 Artists' Common, St. Catharines, ON This is a free community event!

Friday, March 9
07:30 PM

Student Solo Recitals - Concordia Seminary Chapel

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

Third year recital: Alyssa Shanghavi, trombone with Gary Forbes, piano These recitals are performed by our most talented performers, who do recitals courses for credit following a rigorous audition process. Come and hear the stars of tomorrow, getting their start right here through our Music program. Friday March 9, 2018 at 7:30pm  Location: Concordia Seminary, 470 Glenridge Avenue, St. Catharines Admission to all events is free.

Saturday, March 10
10:00 AM

Goodbye Winter, Hello Wellness! Fundraising Event

10:00 AM — 04:00 PM

This fundraising event is a beauty, health & wellness event with proceeds going to the Girl Guides of Niagara on the Lake. We have 22+ vendors/consultants attending all day for your various shopping needs! Brewed by Drew coffee/food truck will be servicing this event for great and inexpensive food. Please come check it out! Raffles and Door Prize Bags available! VENDOR LIST: Essential Oils - DoTerra Health Socks - VoxxLife Books - Usbourne Books Leggings - Bottoms Up Boutique Scents - Scentsy Adult Products - Fantasia Lip care - BeYoutiful Lips All-natural products - J R Watkins Bath products - Truth Niagara Makeup - Younique  Food - Epicure  All-natural beauty products - Arbonne  Cleaning - Norwex Bags - Thirty One Gifts Nails - Jamberry Jewelry - Fifth Avenue Weight Loss - Honey -  Aromatherapy - Love & Lotus Co. Eyes  Tupperware - Tupperware Tarot Readings - Messages from Within Physiotherapy/Naturopath/Chiropractor Fitness - 

Location/Venue Name
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124

  • 410 King Street , Niagara on the Lake, L0S1J0
10:00 AM

International Women's Day Expo - March 10, 2018

10:00 AM — 06:00 PM

Join us on March 10th for the International Women's Day Expo at the Optimist Park Hall in Niagara Falls. 10 am to 5 pm. Celebrating Women! Pamper yourself and visit with our Vendors, Health & Wellness Section and Psychics. Guest Speakers every hour. Entry is FREE - Donations accepted to help support Lyme Disease Research at G. Magnotta Foundation. Interested in becoming a vendor? Contact us at wewi18expo@gmail.com or call 905-328-1342  Hosted by Women Empowered WI, a branch of the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario.

Location/Venue Name
Niagara Falls Optimist Park

  • 7058 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, L2E 7K5
11:00 AM

PYSANKA WORKSHOP

11:00 AM — 03:00 PM

Learn the traditional batik(wax resist) technique of "pysanky"-Ukrainian Easter eggs, and go home with a completed egg. Children & Adults welcome. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. $30 per person (material & lunch included) Space is limited--Register early! St. George's Parish Hall 4 Augusta Ave. St. Catharines ON. Please call Nadya at :905-259-6171. (Pysanky making kits and materials will be available for purchase if you wish to continue this art at home)

02:00 PM

Trivia at Old Fort Erie

02:00 PM — 04:30 PM

Test your knowledge of general trivia topics from history and geography to famous movies and music. Prizes for the top two teams. Limited snack bar menu during this specially licenced event. Sign up as a team (maximum 8 per team) or individually. Starts at 2 p.m., with doors opening at 1:30 p.m. Admission is $5 per person. Call 905-871-0540 or email us at oldforterie@niagaraparks.com for more information and to sign up.

Monday, March 12
All day

Cogeco at the Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Visit the Cogeco Community Events team at the upcoming Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show March 23-25. Let the team assist with your questions and ask about our exclusive event offers!

01:00 PM

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Join Old Fort Erie this march break for some great movies in our 80-seat theatre. All movies are $5 per person. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase. March 12 Ice Age (PG) (1 p.m.)/Night at the Museum (PG) (4 p.m.) March 13 – Goonies (PG) (1 p.m.)/Monsters vs Aliens (PG) (4 p.m.) March 14 – The Lego Movie (G) (1 p.m.)/The Lego Batman Movie (PG) (4 p.m.) March 15 – How to Train Your Dragon (PG) (1 p.m.)/The Sandlot (PG) (4 p.m.) March 16 – The NeverEnding Story (PG) (1 p.m.)/Happy Feet (PG) (4 p.m.) For more details visit www.oldforterie.com or call 905-871-0540.

Tuesday, March 13
01:00 PM

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Join Old Fort Erie this march break for some great movies in our 80-seat theatre. All movies are $5 per person. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase. March 12 Ice Age (PG) (1 p.m.)/Night at the Museum (PG) (4 p.m.) March 13 – Goonies (PG) (1 p.m.)/Monsters vs Aliens (PG) (4 p.m.) March 14 – The Lego Movie (G) (1 p.m.)/The Lego Batman Movie (PG) (4 p.m.) March 15 – How to Train Your Dragon (PG) (1 p.m.)/The Sandlot (PG) (4 p.m.) March 16 – The NeverEnding Story (PG) (1 p.m.)/Happy Feet (PG) (4 p.m.) For more details visit www.oldforterie.com or call 905-871-0540.

Wednesday, March 14
All day

Cogeco at the Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Visit the Cogeco Community Events team at the upcoming Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show March 23-25. Let the team assist with your questions and ask about our exclusive event offers!

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in St. Catharines

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena. As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another in St. Catharines

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena. As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Join Old Fort Erie this march break for some great movies in our 80-seat theatre. All movies are $5 per person. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase. March 12 Ice Age (PG) (1 p.m.)/Night at the Museum (PG) (4 p.m.) March 13 – Goonies (PG) (1 p.m.)/Monsters vs Aliens (PG) (4 p.m.) March 14 – The Lego Movie (G) (1 p.m.)/The Lego Batman Movie (PG) (4 p.m.) March 15 – How to Train Your Dragon (PG) (1 p.m.)/The Sandlot (PG) (4 p.m.) March 16 – The NeverEnding Story (PG) (1 p.m.)/Happy Feet (PG) (4 p.m.) For more details visit www.oldforterie.com or call 905-871-0540.

02:00 PM

Dunlop Older Adult Centre Weekly Wednesday AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Weekly ongoing Wednesday afternoon Tea Dance with live music, lunch and prizes! Cost $5 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines. For more information, call 905-685-6668   

Location/Venue Name
Dunlop Older Adult Centre

  • 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines, L2R 1A2
03:30 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

03:30 PM — 04:30 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

Thursday, March 15
10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in Niagara-on-the-Lake

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another in Niagara-on-the-Lake

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Join Old Fort Erie this march break for some great movies in our 80-seat theatre. All movies are $5 per person. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase. March 12 Ice Age (PG) (1 p.m.)/Night at the Museum (PG) (4 p.m.) March 13 – Goonies (PG) (1 p.m.)/Monsters vs Aliens (PG) (4 p.m.) March 14 – The Lego Movie (G) (1 p.m.)/The Lego Batman Movie (PG) (4 p.m.) March 15 – How to Train Your Dragon (PG) (1 p.m.)/The Sandlot (PG) (4 p.m.) March 16 – The NeverEnding Story (PG) (1 p.m.)/Happy Feet (PG) (4 p.m.) For more details visit www.oldforterie.com or call 905-871-0540.

04:00 PM

RIDGEWAY LIONS PASTA DINNER

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Thursday March 15, 4pm to 7pm, Spaghetti, Penne, Homemade Meatballs, Sausage, Salad, Cookies, Coffee and Tea, Adults $10.00, Children $5.00 ( ages 4-10 ) under 4 Free, Takeout Available

Location/Venue Name
Crystal Ridge Community Centre

  • 99 Ridge Rd. S., Crystal Beach, L0S1B0
07:00 PM

In Transit:Artistic Interventions in Precarious Times

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

In Transit: Artistic Interventions in Precarious Times is a one-person performance piece, combining multimedia, live theatrical performance, and audience engagement to create an evocative and thought provoking dramatic experience. This autoethnographic theatrical piece explores the intersections of queer identities, Christianity’s contributions to anti-queer violence, and the challenges of embodying transgender identities within our current political contexts. Mesner weaves a narrative arc between current live theatrical performances from his 2017 piece, In Transit and multimedia excerpts from the filmic version of his 2014 play, Intervention, that was part of his doctoral dissertation. This performance will be of interest to scholars, graduate students, practitioners, and activists working in such areas as arts based educational research, performance studies, transgender and queer studies, religion/theology, and anti-oppressive education. Performer: Kerr Mesner, Arcadia University Thursday March 15, 2018 7 - 9 p.m. MIW Theatre A free community event! (admission is first come, first served - max. capacity of 200) This is a Walker Cultural Leader Series event.

Friday, March 16
All day

Cogeco at the Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Visit the Cogeco Community Events team at the upcoming Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show March 23-25. Let the team assist with your questions and ask about our exclusive event offers!

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in Fort Erie

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another in Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

01:00 PM

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

01:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Join Old Fort Erie this march break for some great movies in our 80-seat theatre. All movies are $5 per person. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase. March 12 Ice Age (PG) (1 p.m.)/Night at the Museum (PG) (4 p.m.) March 13 – Goonies (PG) (1 p.m.)/Monsters vs Aliens (PG) (4 p.m.) March 14 – The Lego Movie (G) (1 p.m.)/The Lego Batman Movie (PG) (4 p.m.) March 15 – How to Train Your Dragon (PG) (1 p.m.)/The Sandlot (PG) (4 p.m.) March 16 – The NeverEnding Story (PG) (1 p.m.)/Happy Feet (PG) (4 p.m.) For more details visit www.oldforterie.com or call 905-871-0540.

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

07:00 PM

Tensions of Engagement in the Canadian Immigrant Theatre Context

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

A panel conversation and workshops on the theme of Tensions of Engagement in the Canadian Immigrant Theatre Context. This event will look at how theatre has been used to create collaborative opportunities with immigrants and refugees in Canada, and what struggles lay ahead of us to bridge the divide between settler Canadians and newcomers. featuring Lina de Guevara of Puente Theatre (Victoria) and Ruth Howard of Jumblies Theatre (Toronto), with Yasmine Kandil of Brock University (Niagara) All events take place at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts 15 Artists’ Common, St. Catharines, ON A free community event but please register for the workshops on Eventbrite. Limited parking available. Contact Dr. Yasmine Kandil ykandil@brocku.ca for more information. PROGRAM: Friday March 16 at 7:00 pm PANEL Discussion in the MIW THEATRE:  Tensions of Engagement in the Canadian Immigrant Theatre Context This panel, moderated by Dr. Natalie Alvarez (Brock University), will feature three of Canada’s applied theatre artists who have devoted a large portion of their creative work towards working on issues of diversity, multiculturalism, and creating opportunities for immigrants and refugees to explore their narratives of settlement through theatre. This comes at a crucial time, as our society is witnessing an awareness of the insidious racism that exists in our country, as revealed by the Angus Reid Institute report of October 2016.  Our panel will discuss how applied theatre with immigrants and refugees in Canada has evolved over the past few decades, and whether there has been a positive and tangible impact that this medium has had on this community, and on settler Canadians. Panelists Lina de Guevara Lina de Guevara was the first immigrant artist to establish a theatre company in Victoria that solely focused on promoting the narratives of immigration and settlement with the purpose of bridging the gap between this minority group and the predominantly white culture of Victoria.  Her work has spread to other provinces in Canada since she began her Canadian journey almost 40 years ago. Ruth Howard Ruth Howard is the founder of Jumblies Theatre, based in Toronto.  Her work on issues of diversity has won her many awards. Jumblies Theatre is known for its work with minority groups, and especially of creating theatre that engages non-artists and a larger spectrum of participants through community-based theatre. Dr. Yasmine Kandil Yasmine began her immigrant journey in Victoria, BC, where she worked on multiple projects exploring celebration as a means for immigrant youth to claim a space in their new Canadian home.  She is presently engaged in the second phase of devising a theatre piece that examines narratives of immigration and settlement for Brock students and local immigrants and refugees in relation to expectations, obstacles, and assimilation. Saturday March 17       WORKSHOPS:  STUDIOS B and C Workshop STUDIO B 10:00-12:00pm (Ruth Howard) This workshop will explore Jumblies’ recent Four Lands touring project, which brings together settler, newcomer, Indigenous residents of all ages and backgrounds in a gentle exploration of different perspectives on a place. http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/about/staff/ruth-howard Workshop STUDIO C 1:00-3:00pm (Lina de Guevara) This workshop will explore the different tools used to do research related to immigrant and refugee narratives: interviews, storytelling of personal stories, image creation, forum encounters, audience participation, etc.  Lina will share the tools that she uses and those she avoids.

Saturday, March 17
10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in Niagara Falls

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

07:00 PM

You Don't Need To Be Irish!

07:00 PM — 11:00 PM

ST.PATRICK’S DAY MUSIC FEATURING: Fiddler --- Wally Knash Vocalist --- Kate Profijt & Paul Wintermute Accompanied by --- Fran & Tom Inglis      SING – A – LONG, If you wish Saturday, March 17, 2018 ----- 7:00 p.m. ---- $15.00 Silver Spire United Church 366 St.Paul St., St.Catharines For information, www.silverspire.ca or Tom 905-397-9036 Tickets weekday mornings at the church, enter from St. Paul St. or Head St.   If available at the door.

Sunday, March 18
10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in Pelham

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another in Pelham

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

Monday, March 19
All day

Cogeco at the Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Visit the Cogeco Community Events team at the upcoming Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show March 23-25. Let the team assist with your questions and ask about our exclusive event offers!

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another in Grimsby

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

10:00 AM

One Thing Leads to Another

10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another in Grimsby

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

The award-winning show for babies that transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful phenomena! As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. Carousel Players is proud to present the Niagara tour of this innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, which received Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Performance, Ensemble.

01:00 PM

One Thing Leads to Another

01:00 PM — 02:00 PM

As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. Participants sit on floor pillows, enabling parents and caregivers to interact closely with their infants. When the show is over, kids and adults can experiment with objects from the play right on the set to have their own additional playtime experience. For Ages 3 to 24 months  

07:30 PM

Student Solo Recitals - Cairns Recital Hall

07:30 PM — 10:00 PM

Third year recital: Ryan Baxter, piano These recitals are performed by our most talented performers, who do recitals courses for credit following a rigorous audition process. Come and hear the stars of tomorrow, getting their start right here through our Music program. Monday March 19, 2018 at 7:30pm Location: Cairns Recital Hall, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre 250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines, ON Admission to all events is free.

Tuesday, March 20
All day

Cogeco at the Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Visit the Cogeco Community Events team at the upcoming Niagara Falls Home & Garden Show March 23-25. Let the team assist with your questions and ask about our exclusive event offers!