Niagara Life Magazine
There's a certain thrill that comes from hunting down a hard-to-track item. Whether it's a one-of-a-kind hat, out-of-print record or first edition novel by your favourite author, finding that sought after object in an out of the way place can bring a feeling of satisfaction and, to be quite honest, even a bit of smugness. After all, you didn't give up; you knew if you kept looking you'd find it. Read More..
At Eagle Valley Golf Academy, kids get to compete at an elite level Read More..
A curtains rise on the Shaw Festival's 52nd season, it will be for a playbill filled with culture classes, magical transformations and dazzling ideas. The mystery and beauty of contemporary life will be explored through new and provocative conversations in the 10 productions presented on four distinct stages: Festival Theatre, Court House Theatre, Royal George Theatre and Studio Theatre. Read More..
Pet care options for vacationing Niagara residents Read More..
Spring has arrived, and as the weather warms up, it means heading back into the outdoors. Here are some simple ways to enjoy the spring spirit in Niagara Read More..
There's a wide variety of activities from mild to wild for parents and kids to enjoy in Niagara Read More..
Linda and Barry Coutts: Barry Coutts has a mistress. He's had her for more than 40 years and his wife Linda doesn't seem to mind. Read More..
At the Grimsby Museum. The turn of the past century - 20th to 21st - ushered in Christmas mornings filled with batteries, computer screens, wireless compatibility and power cables. And that's just the tree ornaments. Read More..
The holidays sparkle at Vintage Hotels. For most of us, planning and preparing for the holidays can be a daunting task, easily eating up several weeks. But, when you're an historic hotel chain, it takes all year. Read More..
Every year the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty takes a trip back in time to celebrate the pioneer way of life. The volunteer association of the museum transforms Main Street in Jordan Village, with sights, sounds and tastes of earlier times during the annual Pioneer Day festivities. A major fundraiser for the museum, it features a lineup that has become a tradition virtually every year, whether it be entertainment such as the Victorian Dance Society of the Amherst Museum and re-enactors, or the classic Pennsylvania German Mennonite, such as sausage and the popular, and delicious, apple fritters. Read More..