Community Messages

Wednesday, February 19
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!

Thursday, February 20
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

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!

Friday, February 21
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

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

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.

Saturday, February 22
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

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.

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.

Sunday, February 23
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

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, 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.

Monday, February 24
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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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, 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.

Thursday, February 27
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

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.

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.

Friday, February 28
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

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

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.

Saturday, February 29
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

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, 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.

Sunday, March 1
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

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

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.

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

Monday, March 2
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

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.

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.

Tuesday, March 3
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

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

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

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

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

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.

Thursday, March 5
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

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, 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.

Friday, March 6
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

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

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.

Saturday, March 7
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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

Monday, March 9
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

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.

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

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

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

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.

Wednesday, March 11
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

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

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.   

Thursday, March 12
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

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.

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. 

Friday, March 13
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

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

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.

Saturday, March 14
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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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!

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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.

Wednesday, March 18
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

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!