Hosted by Fonthill Rotary Club and Welland Pelham Chamber of Commerce, the Pelham Mayoral Debate is open to the public and will be moderated by Professor David Siegel, from the Political Science Department of Brock University.
The 2018 Niagara Mudfest Challenge, a premier great down and dirty challenge will be held at Bissell’s Hideaway on Saturday, May 5th. The mud and obstacle course is open once again to both children and adults. The supervised children’s course for those ages 6 to 12, is shorter in length and obstacles (again this year with an awesome inflatable obstacle).The adult course is open to anyone 13 or older, and is about 6 km in length, with various muddy obstacles to have fun climbing over, sliding down and crawling through or under.
Participants 6 to 100 can navigate two awesome, mud-run obstacle courses contained within the naturally hilly terrain of Bissell’s Hideaway, in the heart of the Short Hills of Niagara, Ontario. Please join us in this fantastic, filthy, fun run designed for all ages and abilities.
More than 1800 items are up for grabs in this year's Rotary TV Auction and proceeds go to local and international charity projects! It's a WIN/WIN!! The Rotary TV Auction is a joint venture between all of the Rotary Clubs of Niagara, including the Welland Rotary and Fonthill Rotary, and TV Cogeco. All items are donated by local, community minded businesses.
You will get wet. You will get muddy. You will have fun. So promises the Rotary Club of Fonthill for its upcoming third annual Pelham Mudfest Challenge, set for May 14 at Bissell’s Hideaway in Ridgeville.
The course preparation has begun, and more than 150 people have already signed up to participate in the upcoming Pelham Mudfest Challenge , set for Sat., May 23. Demanding enough to make you grit your teeth, but with sufficient fun to leave you wanting more, the Pelham Mudfest Challenge is a six-kilometre obstacle course through the rolling hills of Bissell’s Hideaway Resort, off Metler Road in Ridgeville.