Community Messages

Wednesday, February 19
12:00 AM

Meals on Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines Lunch Out Program

12:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Meals On Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines offers a friendly, monthly social Lunch Out Program to all seniors 55+ throughout the community. - Socialize and enjoy a full-catered meal followed with a light activity or local entertainment - Cost is $12 which includes a delicious entree, sides and dessert - Lunch Out Dates: 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday every month, held at pleasant local venues in the city- Reservations are required. You do not need to be a client of Meals on Wheels! Free transportation if needed - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REGISTER! 905-682-0333

Location/Venue Name
MEALS ON WHEELS THOROLD-ST. CATHARINES LUNCH OUT PROGRAM

  • CONTACT OFFICE FOR LOCATION, ST. CATHARINES, L2M 3Y2
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

07:00 PM

Anxiety/Depression Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday evening at 7 pm as we explore ways to live above anxiety and depression. Participation is optional. Confidentiality is requested. Faith-based. Follow-up telephone support 7 days a week. Location: 448 Louth St., St. Catharines. Call for more info 289-501-8238.

Location/Venue Name
Ridley Terrace

  • 448 Louth St., St. Catharines, ON, L2R 6P9
Thursday, February 20
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
12:00 PM

Meals on Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines Lunch Out Program

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Meals On Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines offers a friendly, monthly social Lunch Out Program to all seniors 55+ throughout the community. - Socialize and enjoy a full-catered meal followed with a light activity or local entertainment - Cost is $12 which includes a delicious entree, sides and dessert - Lunch Out Dates: 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday every month, held at pleasant local venues in the city- Reservations are required. You do not need to be a client of Meals on Wheels! Free transportation if needed - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REGISTER! 905-682-0333

Location/Venue Name
MEALS ON WHEELS THOROLD-ST. CATHARINES LUNCH OUT PROGRAM

  • CONTACT OFFICE FOR LOCATION, ST. CATHARINES, L2M 3Y2
Friday, February 21
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Friday, February 21 to Saturday, February 22

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

05:00 PM

Dunlop Seniors FEBRUARY DINNER DANCE

05:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Doors open at 5:00 pm with Dinner at 5:30.  Music by Joe Amodeo with dancing from 7-10.  Tickets for Member $20; Non Members $23.

Location/Venue Name
Dunlop Seniors Club

  • 80 Dunlop Dr, St. Catharines, L2R 1A7
05:00 PM

Fish Fry Fridays

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

Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) Program

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Learn Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) in free classes presented by Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant (Mohawk Turtle, Six Nations Territory).  Open to the public, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Fridays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, January 3 - March 27.

Location/Venue Name
Victoria Avenue Library

  • 4848 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2E 4C5
08:00 PM

Falsettos

Friday, February 21 to Saturday, February 22
08:00 PM — 10:15 AM

A seamless pairing of March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland, acclaimed Off Broadway musicals written nearly a decade apart, Falsettos is the tale of Marvin, who leaves his wife and young son to live with another man. His ex-wife marries his psychiatrist, and Marvin ends up alone. Two years later, Marvin is reunited with his lover on the eve of his son’s bar mitzvah, just as AIDS is beginning its insidious spread. Come to Firehall Theatre and see our production of Falsettos! Friday and Saturday evenings, and Sunday afternoons, from February 21 to March 8.

Location/Venue Name
Firehall Theatre

  • 4990 Walnut Street, Niagara Falls, L2G 3N3
Saturday, February 22
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Saturday, February 22 to Sunday, February 23

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

10:30 AM

15,000 People Rally for Climate and Social Justice

10:30 AM — 12:00 PM

CUPE and a several other trade unions are planning a massive demonstration at the 2020 Ontario PC Party Policy Conference on Saturday 22 February, 2020, the day after the conference starts, at the Scotiabank Convention Centre – 6815 Stanley Ave. Niagara Falls. Kyle Hoskins of CUPE is encouraging groups that are part of our climate action and social justice movement (Green New Deal; For our Kids; Violet and Friends; OPIRG and connections; Eco-Defenders; Extinction Rebellion Niagara, the Peoples Platform, Niagara Anti-Fascist Action, Save Thundering Waters, Abrupt Climate Change, Niagara District Council of Women, Niagara Activist Network, Niagara Taxpayers seeking Justice, Niagara Social Justice Coalition, Fridays for Future Niagara, Students for a Democratic Society Niagara, and others) to become fully involved. This would be a wonderful occasion for all of us to turn out with our banners and poster signs and noise. Rally time is 10:30, however if demonstrators are able to get there as early at 7 am, before 8 am breakfast time for the PC delegate, that would be fantastic. Kyle has two buses booked, and is trying to arrange for two more. As soon as I know when and where to get them, I will let you know. Hop on board! According to scientific research, if a movement engages 3.5% of a community, it becomes successful. That would mean app. 15,000 in Niagara. Let’s try to exceed that goal. It’s time for our voices not only to be heard, but to make a difference!

Location/Venue Name
Scotiabank Centre

  • 6815 Stanley Ave. , Niagara Falls, L2G 7B6
06:00 PM

Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara Falls

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Are you ready to STRIKE up some FUN? Join our team at Big Brothers Big Sisters for the 28th annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake campaign. In honour of Big Brothers Big Sisters mission to ignite the power and potential of youth in our community, this year's theme is all about IGNITING THE GLOW at the best black light party of the year! With your generosity, we can continue creating impactful mentoring relationships to help all young people in our community realize their full potential.      As part of our agency, your support plays a huge role in the success of Bowl for Kids Sake!  Representing our biggest fundraising initiative; our Bowl for Kids’ Sake campaign accounts for over 25% of our annual operating budget. Did you know it costs $1000 to fully fund one Big and Little match for one full year? Our programs remain 100% free to volunteers and families that participate, and we want to keep it that way. Due to the generosity of community members like YOU, last year’s event raised an incredible total of over $100,000! This year, our regional goal is to raise $180,000 to get 180 kids off the waitlist- and to get there we need your help! How can you help? Get your glow sticks ready and put in a bowling team! We ask people to create a team of 6-8 bowlers and pledge a minimum of $60 each to participate in the event. Below are the key dates to mark in your calendar for this year’s campaign.   Campaign Dates
  • Cataract Lanes February 22, 2020 | 6 PM | 8PM
  • Industry Night Strike Rock N’Bowl Thursday, March 5, 2020

Location/Venue Name
Cataract Bowl

  • 7906 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls, L2H 1H1
Sunday, February 23
All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Sunday, February 23 to Monday, February 24

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

09:00 AM

BEAMSVILLE AND DISTRICT LIONS CLUB FANTASTIC BREAKFAST BUFFET

09:00 AM — 12:30 PM

All You Can Eat Buffet Breakfast, Adults: $9, Kids 6-12 $5, under 6 free Pancakes, French Toast, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Hash browns, Toast, Fruit Cup, Juice, Coffee and Tea. Lincoln Centre, 4361 Central Ave, Beamsville,  Come join us, Sunday February 23, 2020. Serving 9am - 12:30 pm Another great Beamsville Lions Community Fundraiser.

Location/Venue Name
Beamsville and District Lions Club Fantastic Buffet

  • 4361 Central Ave, Beamsville, Ontario, L0R 1B0
02:00 PM

Country Music Open Mic

02:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Every Sunday 2-6pm, Canadian Corps 104, 4674 Ferguson, Niagara Falls. Dinner 4pm $10 (inc. salad/soup, coffee/tea. Free admission. Info Linda 905-227-2682.

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Corps 104

  • 4674 Ferguson St., Niagara Falls, L2G 3E7
Monday, February 24
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Monday, February 24 to Tuesday, February 25

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

Tuesday, February 25
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Tuesday, February 25 to Wednesday, February 26

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

04:00 PM

Our Lady of the Scapular Pancake and Sausage Supper

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

The Holy Name Society of Our Lady of the Scapular Church (6557 Thorold Stone Rd., Niagara Falls) invites you to attend its very popular Shrove Tuesday Pancake and Sausage Supper in the parish hall on Tuesday, February 25 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m (takeout is available from 3:00 to 4:00 pm). Tickets are $5.00. The meal includes pancakes, sausages, dessert and beverages. Don’t start Lent without it!

Location/Venue Name
Our Lady of the Scapular Church - Parish Hall

  • 6557 Thorold Stone Rd., Niagara Falls, L2J 1B2
05:00 PM

Pancake Supper

Tuesday, February 25 to Wednesday, February 26
05:00 PM — 07:00 AM

Enjoy pancakes, sausages, Jell-O, coffee/tea/juice at St. John's Thorold on Shrove Tuesday (Feb. 25) in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All are welcome. Mardi Gras activities for children will be offered as well. Supper is $8 for adults and $3 for children under 8 yrs. old. St. John's Thorold, 12 Carleton Street South, Thorold.

05:00 PM

Pancake Tuesday Supper

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Pancake supper with all the fixings

Location/Venue Name
FallsView BIC Church

  • 7189 Drummond Rd, Niagara Falls, L2G 4P7
05:00 PM

Pancake Supper

05:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Tuesday February 25th from 5 to 7 p.m. Hope Community Church  335 Fitch Street, Welland All you can eat $8 per person, children under 5 are free Various toppings include Maple Syrup, Berries, Peach, Whipped Topping Call Anne at 905-892-4140 to reserve your tickets

Location/Venue Name
Hope Community Church

  • 335 Fitch Street, Welland, L3C 4W7
Wednesday, February 26
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Wednesday, February 26 to Thursday, February 27

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

07:00 PM

Anxiety/Depression Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday evening at 7 pm as we explore ways to live above anxiety and depression. Participation is optional. Confidentiality is requested. Faith-based. Follow-up telephone support 7 days a week. Location: 448 Louth St., St. Catharines. Call for more info 289-501-8238.

Location/Venue Name
Ridley Terrace

  • 448 Louth St., St. Catharines, ON, L2R 6P9
07:00 PM

Love Trains and Local History and Travel? Come to the Canadian Railroad Historical Association meeting

07:00 PM — 09:30 PM

Please join us for the February meeting of the CRHA Niagara Division. It's free to come out and check out a meeting. Parking is ample, and free. Be with others who share your interest in trains/railroad travel/local history.  Half hour business meeting tells you of all the news that's going on in the railroad community, and then there are interesting slideshow presentations! Meetings are from 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm on the last Wednesday of the month in the months of: Feb, Mar, Apr and May then Sep, Oct and Nov. Become a member and you can come out to our various social events throughout the year as well! Location: Lock 3 museum (1932 Welland Canals Parkway)

Location/Venue Name
Lock 3 Museum

  • 1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St.Catharines, L2R 7K6
Thursday, February 27
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

SOUPERBOWL

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Enjoy all you can eat homemade soups.  All proceeds benefit YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls. February 27, 2020 From 4:00 - 8:00 pm at 7085 Morrison St., Niagara Falls, ON Cost is $12.00 per person.  Children 6 and under $5.00 For tickets contact James Ball @ 905-329-6148 or visit yfcniagarafalls.com.  

Location/Venue Name
Souperbowl Fundraiser for YFC/Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls

  • 7085 Morrison Street, Niagara Falls, L2E7K5
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Thursday, February 27 to Friday, February 28

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

07:00 PM

Christian Philosophy Thursdays

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

7pm every Thursday: Feb. 27 - May 14, 2020 at the Falls View Hose Brigade, 5786 Dunn St, Niagara Falls ON. Motivational teaching hosted by Dan & Melani Pyke. For more info call/text 905-687-2527 email info@melpyke.com or visit www.melpyke.com/workshops

Location/Venue Name
Falls View Hose Brigade

  • 5786 Dunn Street, Niagara Falls, L2G 2N7
Friday, February 28
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Friday, February 28 to Saturday, February 29

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

05:00 PM

Fish Fry Fridays

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

Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) Program

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Learn Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) in free classes presented by Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant (Mohawk Turtle, Six Nations Territory).  Open to the public, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Fridays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, January 3 - March 27.

Location/Venue Name
Victoria Avenue Library

  • 4848 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2E 4C5
Saturday, February 29
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Saturday, February 29 to Sunday, March 1

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

06:00 PM

Autism Ontario Niagara Region Trivia Night

06:00 PM — 11:00 PM

Please join us on Saturday, February 29, 2020 for our seventh annual Trivia Night!   It will be held at Beechwood Golf and Social House on 4680 Thorold Townline Road, Niagara Falls L2H 0W2 (corner of Thorold Townline Road and Beaverdams Road, Niagara Falls).  Doors open at 6 pm and game begins at 7 pm.  Tickets are $25 each or a table of eight is $200.   Our Trivia night includes pizza, snacks, 50/50 draw, penny sale, cash bar and loads of fun.   Reserve your ticket today!   Contact the Chapter office at 905-682-2776 ext. 204 or email autismniagarafinance@gmail.com  Why support Autism Ontario Niagara Chapter?  Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is considered the third most common developmental disorder in the world and now affects 1 in 66 people in Canada.  ASD is a neurological disorder affecting brain function and can impact communication, socialization and behavioral skills.   For over 37 years the Niagara Region Chapter has worked tirelessly to introduce innovative and much needed programs that support a person with ASD.

Location/Venue Name
Beechwood Golf and Social House

  • 4680 Townline Road, Niagara Falls, L2H 0W2
07:00 PM

4th Annual Niagara Concert & Silent Auction for HD featuring Christee Palace

07:00 PM — 11:30 PM

Join us for a fun evening out,  featuring some great live music with all the proceeds to the Huntington Society of Canada.  This years full night of music will feature Christee Palace, as well as The Woodshed Orchestra and Chloe Jene, complete with a fully stocked silent auction with something for everyone.   

Location/Venue Name
Seneca Queen Theatre

  • 4624 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2L6
Sunday, March 1
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Sunday, March 1 to Monday, March 2

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

09:00 AM

MARCH ST PATRICKS DAY BREAKIE

09:00 AM — 12:00 PM

SUNDAY MAR H 1--BREAKFAST INCLUDING EGGS, BACON, SAUSAGE, PANCAKES, HOMEFRIES, TOAST, FRUIT, PASTRIES, TEA/COFFEE/JUICE; 9AM TO 12 PM -- $10.00   BRANCH 138, 2 CHESTNUT STREET, ST. CATHARINES.  WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE--ELEVATOR.  DRAWS, DOORPRIZES.

Location/Venue Name
2 CHESTNUT STREET

  • 2 CHESTNUT STREET, ST CATHARINES, L2T 1E1
01:00 PM

Adventure Day – Sponsored by CAA Travel

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Join CAA Niagara for an afternoon of kid-friendly entertainment that will inspire you to plan your next family vacation. Make a tiki mask with Crayola Arts Academy, be awed by magician “Scoop McCoy”, watch a performance by Safari Niagara’s Zooniversity, all while chatting with experts who can help plan the ultimate family adventure. Whether you’re dreaming of a Walt Disney World getaway, a family-friendly cruise or an educational European journey, Adventure Day is a fun way to entertain the whole family and spark excitement for travel in the younger generation. Free admission. Please register in advance at: caaniagara.ca/adventureday

01:00 PM

Adventure Day – Sponsored by CAA Travel

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Adventure Day – Sponsored by CAA Travel Sunday, March 1, 2020 – 1:00pm to 4:00pm Join CAA Niagara for an afternoon of kid-friendly entertainment that will inspire you to plan your next family vacation. Make a tiki mask with Crayola Arts Academy, be awed by magician “Scoop McCoy”, watch a performance by Safari Niagara’s Zooniversity, all while chatting with experts who can help plan the ultimate family adventure. Whether you’re dreaming of a Walt Disney World getaway, a family-friendly cruise or an educational European journey, Adventure Day is a fun way to entertain the whole family and spark excitement for travel in the younger generation. Free admission. Please register in advance at: caaniagara.ca/adventureday FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, Robertson Theatre 250 St. Paul Street St. Catharines, ON L2R 3M2 Entertainment Schedule: 1:15 – Safari Niagara’s Zooniversity 2:15 – Mad Science 3:15 – Magician Scoop McCoy

Location/Venue Name
FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, Robertson Theatre

  • 250 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines , L2R 3M2
Monday, March 2
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Monday, March 2 to Tuesday, March 3

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

02:00 PM

Euchre Fundraiser Tournament

02:00 PM — 06:00 PM

Euchre Fundraiser! at Welland Moose Lodge, 281 Riverside Dr, 2PM start! $10 includes lunch.

Location/Venue Name
Welland Moose Lodge

  • 281 Riverside Dr, Weland, L3C5E6
Tuesday, March 3
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

05:30 AM

United Way Niagara Period Promise Campaign Kick-Off

05:30 AM — 07:00 AM

United Way Niagara Period Promise Campaign Kick-Off United Way Niagara is excited to kick off a new campaign and initiative to help those struggling with period poverty which runs March 3rd, 2020 through March 21st, 2020. The Period Promise campaign is a community wide product drive to collect period products and distribute them to local agencies and services providers across the Niagara area. Period Promise also encourages local businesses to commit to providing products free to anyone who needs them. Join us at one of three locations as we kick-off Period Promise March 3rd, 2020 from 5:30 – 7:00 PM Buy a box or a few!  Bring your donation to:    Counterpart Brewing, 3659 Stanley Ave., Niagara Falls Jack Astor’s, 400 Ontario St., St.Catharines Mr.Mikes Steakhouse Casual, 800 Niagara St. N, Welland   Make your period promise today! Collect. Donate. Advocate

Location/Venue Name
Jack Astors

  • 400 Ontario St. , St.Catharines, L2R 5L8
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Tuesday, March 3 to Wednesday, March 4

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

Wednesday, March 4
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Wednesday, March 4 to Thursday, March 5

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

07:00 PM

Anxiety/Depression Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday evening at 7 pm as we explore ways to live above anxiety and depression. Participation is optional. Confidentiality is requested. Faith-based. Follow-up telephone support 7 days a week. Location: 448 Louth St., St. Catharines. Call for more info 289-501-8238.

Location/Venue Name
Ridley Terrace

  • 448 Louth St., St. Catharines, ON, L2R 6P9
Thursday, March 5
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
12:00 AM

Meals on Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines Lunch Out Program

12:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Meals On Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines offers a friendly, monthly social Lunch Out Program to all seniors 55+ throughout the community. - Socialize and enjoy a full-catered meal followed with a light activity or local entertainment - Cost is $12 which includes a delicious entree, sides and dessert - Lunch Out Dates: 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday every month, held at pleasant local venues in the city- Reservations are required. You do not need to be a client of Meals on Wheels! Free transportation if needed - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REGISTER! 905-682-0333

Location/Venue Name
MEALS ON WHEELS THOROLD-ST. CATHARINES LUNCH OUT PROGRAM

  • CONTACT OFFICE FOR LOCATION, ST. CATHARINES, L2M 3Y2
All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Thursday, March 5 to Friday, March 6

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

04:00 PM

Pasta Supper with family and friends.

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Bring your family and friends to Holy Rosary Hall (35 Queen St. South) for a delicious and casual Pasta Supper (Eat-in or Take-out).  Enjoy Pasta with either tomato or cream sauce, meatballs, sausage, salad and rolls.  Coffee/tea included (eat-in only). Adults $13, children (under 10 yrs) $9. Catered by Antipasto's.  All proceeds to Holy Rosary Church. No dishwashing required.

Location/Venue Name
Holy Rosary Hall

  • 35 Queen St. South, Thorold, L2V 3M7
07:00 PM

Christian Philosophy Thursdays

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

7pm every Thursday: Feb. 27 - May 14, 2020 at the Falls View Hose Brigade, 5786 Dunn St, Niagara Falls ON. Motivational teaching hosted by Dan & Melani Pyke. For more info call/text 905-687-2527 email info@melpyke.com or visit www.melpyke.com/workshops

Location/Venue Name
Falls View Hose Brigade

  • 5786 Dunn Street, Niagara Falls, L2G 2N7
Friday, March 6
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Scrapture Scrapbooking Event

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

    Please join us for our Spring Scrapbooking and crafting event in support of Youth Unlimited Niagara Falls a non profit organization that helps youth in the Niagara Region.  The cost is $25.00 for the day. Come spend the day scrapping and crafting with your friends. ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY. You can register by sending an interac e-transfer to Fergie_59@hotmail.com. When registering please indicate who you will be sitting with in the notes on the e-transfer. There is no password required. Admission includes a light luncheon, coffee, tea and water, and treats. You need to provide your own dinner. We are close to a few restaurants/fast food places. Brenda Bennett-Miller and her crew from Stamplicity will be joining us...which means lots of supplies: Paper, adhesives, stamps, inks and more will be available to purchase. We will be having a “toonie” table as well! Each person will have a table to themselves. If you wish to bring your Cricut, please do so, as there will be outlets available and tables to set up your machine on. There will be door prizes, great food, and lots of fun!

Location/Venue Name
Redeemer Bible Church

  • 3017 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, L2H3C6
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Friday, March 6 to Saturday, March 7

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

06:00 PM

Club Capri presents DANNY ZZZZ Dinner and Show

Friday, March 6 to Saturday, March 7
06:00 PM — 01:00 AM

Dinner and Show featuring Danny Zzzz Amazing Illusionist, Comedy Magic, Mentalist and Hypnotist ! Friday March 6th 6:00pm Club Capri Thorold $60pp for more info or to purchase tickets for a table of 8 call 905-227-0121

Location/Venue Name
Club Capri

  • 36 Cleveland St. , Thorold, L2V 3K4
06:00 PM

Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) Program

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Learn Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) in free classes presented by Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant (Mohawk Turtle, Six Nations Territory).  Open to the public, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Fridays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, January 3 - March 27.

Location/Venue Name
Victoria Avenue Library

  • 4848 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2E 4C5
Saturday, March 7
12:00 AM

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

12:00 AM

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

12:00 AM

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

12:00 AM

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
12:00 AM

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

12:00 AM

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 10:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

07:00 PM

Fort Erie Conservation Club Rock & Roll Dance Night

07:00 PM — 11:00 PM

Wear your favorite 50's or 60's outfit and enjoy an evening with Elvis impersonator Gord McNeil. Bar is open and food is available for purchase.  Proceeds towards our children's activities through out the year.  Non perishable, non expired food items for C.O.P.E. appreciated Contact Connie  905-382-3695 or 905-382-2260 to purchase your ticket $8.00 each.  Public welcome! 

Location/Venue Name
Fort Erie Conservation Club

  • 2555 Ott Rd , Stevensville, L0S1S0
11:00 PM

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

11:00 PM

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

11:00 PM

Niagara Dog Rescue

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

11:00 PM

Do you love to Sing?

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
11:00 PM

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

11:00 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

Saturday, March 7 to Sunday, March 8
11:00 PM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
Sunday, March 8
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Sunday, March 8 to Monday, March 9

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

10:00 AM

3rd Annual International Women's Day Expo March 8th

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Sunday, March 8th from 10 am to 5 pm the Women Empowered WI hosts the 3rd Annual International  Women's Day Expo in support of Brock University and the 2021 Canada Games at the Grantham Lions Club, 732 Niagara St., St. Catharines.  Vendors, Health & Welfare, Psychics, Silent Auction and more.  Guest Speaker Prof. Julie Stevens, Brock Prof. of Sport Management & Special Advisor to the President, Canada Games. Child friendly, FREE ADMISSION, donations of non-perishable foods will be accepted. Women Empowered WI is a branch of the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario, a non-profit, charitable organization. Women working together for safe, healthy communities and to pursue an enriched a balanced lifestyle.  Interested in learning more about the WI?  Contact us:  womenempoweredwi@gmail.com

Location/Venue Name
Grantham Lions Club

  • 732 Niagara Street, St. Catharines, L2M 7W7
02:00 PM

Zumbathon and Silent Auction to Conquer Cancer

02:00 PM — 03:30 PM

A 1 & 1/2 hr Zumba class with several instructors from Niagara and a Silent Auction for The 2020 Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Location/Venue Name
The Warehouse

  • 11 Geneva Street, St. Catharines, L2R 4M2
Monday, March 9
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Monday, March 9 to Tuesday, March 10

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

Tuesday, March 10
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Tuesday, March 10 to Wednesday, March 11

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

05:00 PM

Invasive Pest Information Night

05:00 PM — 08:00 PM

The Invasive Speceis Centre is hosting a free invasive pest information night in Niagara-on-the-Lake on March 10. Join us for a night of informative presentations on invasive pests that threaten the Niagara region. The event will feature presentations from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Invasive Species Centre. The event will also feature booths from local environmental groups.  This free event is open to the public, but is targeted at those with an interest in:
  • Forestry
  • Agriculture
  • Conservation
  • or any member of the public with an interest in stopping the spread of invasive species in the Niagara region! 
For more info or to register, visit https://conta.cc/393cOgT

Location/Venue Name
The Hare Wine Co.

  • 769 Niagara Stone Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, L0S 1J0
Wednesday, March 11
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Wednesday, March 11 to Thursday, March 12

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

04:00 PM

Pasta Supper

04:00 PM — 07:00 PM

Christ Church will be hosting a Pasta Supper on Wednesday, March 11th, from 4 - 7 pm.   $12 person, $40 Family.  Pasta, Bun/butter, Dessert, Coffee & Tea.  Tickets sold at the door.  Wheelchair Accessible.  It will be held at Christ Church, 4750 Zimmerman Ave. in Niagara Falls, L2E 3M9.   

07:00 PM

Anxiety/Depression Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday evening at 7 pm as we explore ways to live above anxiety and depression. Participation is optional. Confidentiality is requested. Faith-based. Follow-up telephone support 7 days a week. Location: 448 Louth St., St. Catharines. Call for more info 289-501-8238.

Location/Venue Name
Ridley Terrace

  • 448 Louth St., St. Catharines, ON, L2R 6P9
Thursday, March 12
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Thursday, March 12 to Friday, March 13

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

02:00 PM

NIagara Lung Health Support Group

02:00 PM — 04:00 PM

The Niagara Lung Health Support group is a support group for patients with COPD and other chronic lung conditions.    We have guest speakers each month.  We meet the second Thursday of each month at 2 pm at the Heatherwood Retirement Residence, 115 Scott Street. St. Catharines.  If you would like more information, call Diane Michaud at 905-378-4647, ext. 46502. 

07:00 PM

Christian Philosophy Thursdays

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

7pm every Thursday: Feb. 27 - May 14, 2020 at the Falls View Hose Brigade, 5786 Dunn St, Niagara Falls ON. Motivational teaching hosted by Dan & Melani Pyke. For more info call/text 905-687-2527 email info@melpyke.com or visit www.melpyke.com/workshops

Location/Venue Name
Falls View Hose Brigade

  • 5786 Dunn Street, Niagara Falls, L2G 2N7
08:20 PM

13th Annual Komedy for Kidneys Rodney Pentland Memorial Benefit Show in support of NHF (Dialysis Care in Niagara)

08:20 PM — 10:45 PM

Event proceeds donated to the Niagara Health Foundation in support of Dialysis Care in Niagara. The Komedy for Kidneys Benefit Show was renamed in memory of comedian, Rodney Pentland, who passed away in 2009 from complications related to kidney disease. Pentland, who grew up in Niagara Falls, continued to entertain crowds throughout his long battle with renal disease and was best known for his outstanding impressions of Robert DeNiro and Marlon Brando. To date, Komedy for Kidneys has raised nearly $100,000 in support of Dialysis Care in Niagara.

Location/Venue Name
Greg Frewin Theatre

  • 5781 Ellen Ave., Niagara Falls, L2G3P8
Friday, March 13
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Friday, March 13 to Saturday, March 14

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

06:00 PM

Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) Program

06:00 PM — 08:00 PM

Learn Kanyen'kéha (Mohawk Language) in free classes presented by Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant (Mohawk Turtle, Six Nations Territory).  Open to the public, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Fridays, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, January 3 - March 27.

Location/Venue Name
Victoria Avenue Library

  • 4848 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, L2E 4C5
08:00 PM

Annual Kacey Lynn St. Patrick's Day Dance

Friday, March 13 to Saturday, March 14
08:00 PM — 12:00 PM

Friday March 13th! A fun night of dancing with music by DJ. Cash bar, draws and Silent Auction. Tickets are $10.00 each (19 and over). Don't forget to wear your GREEN!! Proceeds go toward the Kacey Lynn Fund

Location/Venue Name
Saint John's Greek Catholic Church Hall

  • 111 Second St, Welland, L3B 4T8
Saturday, March 14
All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Saturday, March 14 to Sunday, March 15

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

01:00 PM

St. George Pysanka Bingo

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Win traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs- Pysankas with Bingo; a traditional Ukrainian Easter basket raffle and win exciting door prizes! Admission of $10 includes 1 door prize ticket, coffee and dessert. Free admission for children 12 and under. Bingo cards: $1.00 each. Come join us for this popular event! To reserve a table of 8 please call Margaret at 905-892-8772. Plenty of free parking available in church parking lot opposite the parish hall. Doors open at 1:00 and Bingo starts at 1:30.

Location/Venue Name
St. George Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Parish Hall

  • 4 Augusta Avenue, St. Catharines, L2M 5R2
Sunday, March 15
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Sunday, March 15 to Monday, March 16

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

Monday, March 16
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Monday, March 16 to Tuesday, March 17

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

Tuesday, March 17
All day

Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
All day

Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

08:00 AM

T. ROY ADAMS HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

Tuesday, March 17 to Wednesday, March 18

Do you know an outstanding volunteer?  Niagara Region is seeking nominations for this prestigious award.  For further information, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

12:00 PM

Meals on Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines Lunch Out Program

12:00 PM — 02:00 PM

Meals On Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines offers a friendly, monthly social Lunch Out Program to all seniors 55+ throughout the community. - Socialize and enjoy a full-catered meal followed with a light activity or local entertainment - Cost is $12 which includes a delicious entree, sides and dessert - Lunch Out Dates: 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday every month, held at pleasant local venues in the city- Reservations are required. You do not need to be a client of Meals on Wheels! Free transportation if needed - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REGISTER! 905-682-0333

Location/Venue Name
MEALS ON WHEELS THOROLD-ST. CATHARINES LUNCH OUT PROGRAM

  • CONTACT OFFICE FOR LOCATION, ST. CATHARINES, L2M 3Y2
Wednesday, March 18
All day

Between the ages of 12 and 18 years old? Join the Army Cadets!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

A FREE program for Canadian youth aged between 12 and 18 years of age offering outdoor activities, fun and leadership development. Great way to earn your required community hours for high school graduation. For more information call us (289) 438-4114 or visit us today at www.westniagaracadets.com   Excitement is waiting for you!

All day

Craft Show Vendors Wanted

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

St. John’s Thorold (12 Carleton St. South, Thorold) is looking for vendors for their annual Spring Craft Show on April 25, 2020. For more information and to register, please go to http://stjohnsthorold.com/springcraftshow or contact the church office at 905.227.5431

All day

Niagara Men's Chorus is Looking for a Few Good Men

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Niagara Men’s Chorus is a non-denominational, non-profit, community- based male choir which was founded in 1988 and whose members come from throughout Niagara region to practice four part harmony, share fellowship and to put on concert performances. We are supported by a professional conductor/choral teacher and piano accompanist. We range in age from our twenties to well into our eighties (36 active choristers presently). Because the majority of us are seniors, we are starting to worry that we will start losing older members faster than we are recruiting new ones. I am afraid that community choirs no longer seem to be as popular as once they were but we are trying to keep the tradition alive. Succession planning is our biggest challenge. Potential members are invited to attend one of our regular Monday practices [7:30-9:30 PM] at Stamford Presbyterian Church, 3123 St. Paul Street, Niagara Falls. If you can carry a tune and like to sing we will find a place for you. Auditions are not required. For additional information, check out our website [niagaramenschorus.com] or contact Tony Jamestee at (905) 354-5523 or: tonyjamestee@gmail.com.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Nearly New Store URGENTLY needs Volunteers!

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Big Brothers Big Sisters is in URGENT need of volunteers for their thrift store- the Nearly New Store located on Queen St in Niagara Falls. We are looking for volunteers for the following shifts: Monday 10-1 and 1-4 Tuesday 10-1 and 1-4 Wednesday 10-1 and 1-4 Thursday 10-1 and 1-4 Friday 10-1 and 1-4 Saturday 10-4 Proceeds from the store provide professional monitoring and matching to mentors who help to ignite the power and potential of young people by building positive relationships.

Location/Venue Name
Nearly New Store

  • 4311 Queen St., Niagara Falls, L2E 2K9
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Niagara Dog Rescue

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

We are a non-profit volunteer organization in Niagara Region whose mission is to save surrendered or stray dogs who are currently in community animal shelters awaiting adoption but who have been scheduled to be put down (killed) because their shelter is over capacity. Many of them are in the United States, but also are in kill shelters in Mexico, the Carribean, Central America and Asia. We arrange to have these unfortunate animals adopted in Canada or place them temporarily in foster homes until we can find them a forever home. Last year we found adopters for over 1500 dogs and placed another 300 with foster families. While we have over 200 dedicated volunteers, we are often unable to keep up with demand. We are always in need of caring souls as interested as we are in helping animals in distress. If you can help by volunteering, we can find you a role you will enjoy. We are in urgent need of foster families who can take a dog into their lives and care for it, or them, until they are adopted. Please visit our website at www.niagaradogrescue.org and fill in an application to adopt or foster one of our dogs, contribute to a worthy cause or volunteer to help out. Thank you.

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Do you love to Sing?

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Sing Niagara Women's A Cappella Chorus invites new members! Rehearsals: Mondays at 7 pm, 99 Garnet St., St. Catharines Visit: www.singniagara.com Contact: info@singniagara.com

Location/Venue Name
Paroisse Immaculee Conception Hall

  • 99 Garnet St. , St. Catharines, L2M 5G3
12:00 AM

Meals on Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines Lunch Out Program

12:00 AM — 02:00 PM

Meals On Wheels Thorold-St. Catharines offers a friendly, monthly social Lunch Out Program to all seniors 55+ throughout the community. - Socialize and enjoy a full-catered meal followed with a light activity or local entertainment - Cost is $12 which includes a delicious entree, sides and dessert - Lunch Out Dates: 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday every month, held at pleasant local venues in the city- Reservations are required. You do not need to be a client of Meals on Wheels! Free transportation if needed - PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REGISTER! 905-682-0333

Location/Venue Name
MEALS ON WHEELS THOROLD-ST. CATHARINES LUNCH OUT PROGRAM

  • CONTACT OFFICE FOR LOCATION, ST. CATHARINES, L2M 3Y2
07:00 PM

Anxiety/Depression Recovery Group

07:00 PM — 08:30 PM

Join us every Wednesday evening at 7 pm as we explore ways to live above anxiety and depression. Participation is optional. Confidentiality is requested. Faith-based. Follow-up telephone support 7 days a week. Location: 448 Louth St., St. Catharines. Call for more info 289-501-8238.

Location/Venue Name
Ridley Terrace

  • 448 Louth St., St. Catharines, ON, L2R 6P9