Members of the Niagara-on-the-Lake community are lacing up their running shoes, setting up their Fitbits, and getting ready to start counting their steps for the month of June! The first ever Niagara-on-the-Lake Step Challenge kicked off on June 1, 2017. Tag the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake on Facebook with the hastag #NOTLStepChallenge and share how you're getting your steps in!

As summer fast approaches we are excited to begin another year of Heart Niagara’s Summer Kids Camp 2017. Join us to learn how to cook healthy treats, and engage in our active games while gaining lots of fun and interesting knowledge about CPR/AED awareness.  

The 23rd year of the Ontario Wine Awards showed just how dynamic the contemporary Ontario wine industry is across the province – from the large companies to the boutique and garagiste producers. This year the awards ceremony was held at Niagara College and their Benchmark Restaurant, hosted by Rush’s legendary guitarist, Alex Lifeson.

With a successful opening week behind us, we look forward a fantastic year at The Market.  Mother Nature sure did cooperate with us!  This Saturday at the Farmers’ Market, you will find vegetable and bedding plants for your garden, fresh rhubarb, strawberries, asparagus, greens, and a few other early crops.

Close to half of Canadians spend their whole paycheque and wait impatiently for the next one. How can anyone save in this situation?

Niagara’s two largest environmental non-profit organizations have joined forces for environmental sustainability. This merger became effective March 1, 2017, after months of negotiation between the Board of Directors of both Greening Niagara and Niagara Sustainability Initiative (NSI). As such, Greening Niagara’s programs will now be offered under the umbrella of NSI. Going forward, the organization will maintain the name “Niagara Sustainability Initiative”. 

Brock University cross country coach will run 22-consecutive marathons to cover legendary trail from June 10 to July 1

What's your family's Niagara life story? How have your roots in Niagara shaped you? Share your story and help celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.

Everyone has heard about The Top 30 Over 30.  We believe that celebrating the accomplishments of people over 50 is just as important; that age does not define an individual and what we can and cannot do.  We will be recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of successful individuals over 50;  individuals who have reinvented themselves, who have found their true purpose and calling and who have followed the road less travelled.

So you think you can play? Want the chance to win Cash Prizes? TD NJF is calling out to young musicians across Niagara for its 2nd annual Jazz 4 The Ages Youth Competition, open to singers, bands or soloists.


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