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  • The Great Holiday Food Drive Express

    Market Square - St Catharines
    The Great Holiday Food Drive EXPRESS bus is making its rounds throughout St. Catharines and Thorold 6am - 7pm, beginning at Market Square, to make helping those in need in our community a little easier. Bring your food and monetary donations to one of the drop off locations below to help us STUFF A BUS for Community Care.
  • Hospice Niagara's Catch the Ace

    every Thursday UNTIL the Ace of Spades is caught
    Hospice Niagara - 403 Ontario St Unit #2 - St. Catharines
    Hospice Niagara has just announced some exciting news. It’s their FIRST Catch the Ace lottery! It’s a quick and easy way to support and you get a chance to WIN BIG all while helping Hospice Niagara provide compassionate hospice care in Niagara. DON’T DELAY! Get your tickets for Hospice Niagara’s Catch the Ace. Draw happens every Thursday UNTIL the Ace of Spades is caught.
  • Kiwanis TV Bingo

    Across Niagara - Niagara Region
    Tune in for your chance to win every Sunday night at 8PM with an hour of LIVE TV Bingo!
  • McDonald's Fries for Good

    All McDonald’s Locations - Niagara Region
    Every year McDonald’s celebrates McHappy Day in May to help raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House Charity. With Covid, this year is a little different meaning McDonald’s is not able to celebrate in their usual fashion. As an alternative approach, McDonald’s has devised new ways in which their customers can help give back to RMHC. Between November 10th & 30th, a portion of all fry purchases will go to RMHC, while also giving customers the opportunity to round up their change to donate!
  • Winter Festival of Lights

    The most enchanting of Niagara attractions, The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights, has become a Holiday tradition for over one million visitors from around the globe. Come enjoy spectacular light displays, the Fallsview Sound and Light Show, Holiday Lights Tours and over 3 million lights displayed along the Niagara Parkway, Dufferin Islands and Niagara Falls.
  • Ron Sexsmith with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra

    FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre - 250 St Paul St. - St. Catharines
    At 56, Canada’s foremost well-heeled troubadour Ron Sexsmith has made a most unlikely discovery: domestic bliss. Following 30 years as an emblem of Toronto’s west end, Ron Sexsmith reluctantly uprooted to the serene hamlet of Stratford, Ontario, and the melodic, playful, theatrically vivacious new album Hermitage came gushing out. The result is the songwriter’s most self-assured collection, still charmingly subtle yet increasingly full of musical vigor. “I think it's a very upbeat album, lyrically,” Sexsmith confirms. “It’s reflective of the sort of peacefulness that I'd recently felt. I'm getting more comfortable in my own skin.” Check it out today and experience it live on December 5th!
  • Home For The Holidays (Virtual Concert)

    This concert is a holiday special like no other – with Niagara artists Ola Kiermacz and Brooke Georgeneau coming together to support the cause and play original holiday music, LIVEstreamed from Partridge Hall! 100% of all proceeds raised will be donated to Food4Kids Niagara and the Foundation of Resources for Teens (FORT) to help children and families across Niagara experiencing hardship. To learn more about these charities, please visit
  • The Next Generation Leahy

    FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre - 250 St Paul St. - St. Catharines
    As with all forces of nature, the music and energy created by The Next Generation Leahy simply cannot be contained. All 18 years and younger, the siblings are accomplished multi-instrumentalists whose live performances are filled with the high-energy, infectious Celtic based music associated with their Leahy heritage. Fiddle, cello, French accordion, singing, piano and French-Canadian step-dancing all find a voice on stage.