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After making a stop in Ottawa, Michael Healey’s razor-sharp politically charged satire 1979 begins previews in Niagara-on-the-Lake on May 20. Several unplugged performances of the Eric Coates-directed production are scheduled at the Court House Theatre and Royal George Theatre before the production settles in the Jackie Maxwell Studio Theatre beginning October 1. As one of Canada’s most prolific playwrights, Healey’s ability to skewer and elevate his subjects simultaneously results in a sympathetic and affectionate portrait of Prime Minister Joe Clark, one of Canada’s least celebrated leaders.

It’s almost here!  The 2017 Market @ The Village season is set to kick off with Wednesday May 24th’s SupperMarket, and Saturday May 27th’s Farmers’ Market.  The grounds have been abuzz with activity!  Picnic tables will soon be in place, and our new large event tent is set up onsite, allowing us to house more vendors, and also create some covered seating for those hot days and rainy nights.  And never fear!  The swamp (aka parking area) off of Niven Road is draining nicely, and will be ready in time, thanks to some big diggers and underground trenching!

Come enjoy a cycling adventure through scenic parks, vineyards, orchards and beautiful heritage sites in a unique cultural destination and park in these convenient locationsl

Is your business located in Niagara-on-the-Lake? During the start up phase of our Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Platform we invite you to become one of our Founding Partners and be recognized as a local community-building leader.

Spring is finally in the air across most of Canada and with the sun and warmer weather comes the realization that Old Man Winter has been torturing the outside of your house for the last six months. Before you break out the patio furniture and start planting your gardens, you might want to follow these six tips to get your home ready for a headache-free season.

No matter what your circumstances, whether you are a first-timer or experienced, selling or buying a home is always a stressful experience.

It can be a complex and daunting process and it’s my job to help you to navigate through it. From start to finish, I will be your primary contact, advisor, and service provider to help you understand the market and to guide you.

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