We are thrilled to have the Senior Director for Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan speak at our May meeting. For over 10 years Welland and District Unit members have been holding and attending Breaking Bread luncheons and dinners raising money to support CW4WAfghan to ensure Afghan girls would be educated.

We were motivated to learn at the time that $700. Canadian dollars would provide a teacher for a year. Over the past 10 years we have raised approximately $10,000 for this worthy cause.

Don’t miss out on this great deal- all six concerts for $145 tax included.   That’s about $24 per concert! But, this great bargain is only available until May 31st.  Many of these performers appear at other venues for twice the price.  However, if you miss the May 31stdeadline, the price will revert to our regular price of $160. Take advantage now!

Opening night is always a special occasion at the Pelham Art Festival!

Join us 7pm-10pm THIS FRIDAY May 10th as guests are offered the first opportunity to purchase favourite pieces of artwork from professional artists and artisans selected to participate in the Festival.

Listen to live musical entertainment by the Khea Emmanuel Trio while sampling hors d’oeuvres catered and served by Welland’s Rose City Kids and enjoy a glass of Niagara wine from Calamus Estate Winery at the Pelham Art Festival Wine Garden.

The newly released RE/MAX 2019 Liveability Report examines a variety of quality of life factors and how they impact Canadians’ home-buying decisions.

The proximity and availability of these liveability factors is so important that Canadians spend more than two-thirds of their time in their own neighbourhood. This rate is higher among Baby Boomers compared to Gen Z, Millennial and Gen X Canadians.

Bring your Mother for our Mother’s Day Brunch catered by chef Ray Haymes ​from Churchhill Natural Meats and Rachael Haymes from Nature’s Corner Bakery and Cafe at our Salvador Deli on site.
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SUNDAY BRUNCH TICKETS may be purchased at the show on Sunday.

If so, AGEWORKS – The Art of Ageing Forum at Niagara College – June 26 & 27, 2019 - is a 'must-attend' event!

Come hear and discuss how global and local population trends and longevity issues impact your business, and get an inside track on emotional triggers affecting your clients’ decisions as they age.

Examine your own personal thought processes and behaviours about ageing issues to improve your professional perspective.

The "Parts of Me" Opening Reception at Arts Place Gallery was a resounding success! Thanks to you we will be able to give a high school student a grant to further their studies in an art related field! Truly feeling grateful and blessed! 

Fabulous Fenwick Lions Carnival Midway Ride all Day Wrist Band Tickets. Available at: Avondale Stores Canboro Rd. Fenwick Haist St. Fonthill Until 6 pm Friday May 24, 2019.

Enjoy offerings from local restaurants, wineries & Breweries, with live entertainment each Thursday evening in a beautiful setting in downtown Fonthill. Begins June 6! Every Thursday evening from June until September. For more info, visit


Spring has sprung and it’s time to celebrate the official opening of the Pelham Farmers Market! Come out and meet some of our new vendors and visit with the vendors who have been with us for many years! 

Niagara-based chamber choir Choralis Camerata will be going back in time, to a world of magic and fantasy as its annual Greenhouse Gala celebrates favourites from Disney’s golden age. The Greenhouse Gala, a yearly fixture at Westland Greenhouse in Jordan (4428 15th St.) will be hosted on Sunday, May 26 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 and must be purchased in advance. They’re available online at, by calling 905-646-9225, or by speaking with members of the choir. The Gala will also include a fundraising silent auction. 

Leaders in post-secondary education from across the country and around the world will be gathering at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, from May 5 to 7 for Colleges and Institutes Canada’s (CICan) annual conference. Hosted by Niagara College, this year’s conference theme is Inclusion: A Recipe for Success.

Summerfest 2019 kicks off on Thursday, July 18, 2019 with the Thursday Night Experience, the Pelham Farmers’ Market, Supper Market and Band Shell Concert in Peace Park.

Each guest will enjoy sandwiches, scones, cookies, tea and lemonade catered by Nature's Corner Bakery & Cafe.  

If you are planning a family reunion in Niagara once the weather turns warm, why not consider converging on Bissell’s Hideaway on Saturday, June 15?

Mothers give all of themselves for their families. They will go without, just to see their baby smile. This can be from giving up the last piece of pie, to ignoring the need for a haircut.

Clarence’s Service Centre, located in downtown Fenwick, is a fully equipped automotive repair centre. We have served our customers in Fenwick and the Niagara Region for over 50 years. Our fully licenced technicians will provide you with quality service and expert advice. Stop in or give us a call today.

Niagara Regional artists are invited to be a part of the Rose Festival/ Visual Artists of Welland Art Exhibition which runs June 8th to 9th for Youth 13-17 and June 10th to 16th for 18+ Adult competition, at the Seaway Mall, Welland.

It is no secret that breakfast time has some of the most wholesome and tasty foods. However, we don’t always have time in the morning or feel like putting together a big meal. Luckily for us, we  have many more opportunities throughout the day to enjoy traditional breakfast foods. The benefits go beyond the great taste, wholesome goodness and easy assembly we associate with breakfast foods, as many of the ingredients are a budget-friendly choice.

How to battle thinning hair and keep your lush locks.


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