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The 5th annual Rankin Celebrity Ice Cup took place at the Gale Centre in Niagara Falls. 18 former NHL players including John Scott, Doug Gilmour and Andre Roy laced up the skates for this great cause. Over $266,000 was raised this year for the Hotel Dieu Shaver. Bob Romeo reports.
The Friends of Fort George, in collaboration with Forty Creek Distillery, held a special event at Navy Hall Friday night - their second annual Whisky Tasting event. Monies raised from the event help support historic events at the Fort and the hiring of more students for the summer. James J. Hall was there and files this report.
A topical play that examines celebrity culture and politics is about to hit the stage at the Marilyn I. Walker Theatre.
The city of St. Catharines & the DSBN have partnered together to provide a new workshop location for the Friends of the Carousel. The volunteer group cut the ribbon on their new home recently at Jean Sauve French Immersion Public School.
Recent turmoil in Sudan has the Sudanese community in Niagara concerned. Hisham Hassan spoke to The Source about the widespread protests that are entering their third month.
FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre Marketing Supervisor Michael Chess gives us an update of what exciting acts, shows and events are coming up over the next few months at The PAC!
The 8th annual Julia's Hope Cup Pond Hockey Tournament took place at Chippawa Park in Welland. The event raised money for The Hope Centre and honoured the memory of Julia Turner who was passionate about the community of Welland. Jennifer Wittig reports.
The always boyish Mark Wikobrado made a visit to Inniskillin Winery way back when to check out the kick off to the Niagara Icewine Festival, along with a few celebrity guests! We think this may have been January of 2006 - does anybody know for sure?
Director Kay Annable along with videographer Andy Harris held a screening for "Tales They Can Tell - Conversations between students and seniors" at the Welland Community Wellness Complex. Mike Balsom reports.