Events

Plans take shape for Christmas in Grimsby

What could be better than a busy Friday downtown full of Christmas activity and fun? How about four busy Fridays? Grimsby’s Downtown Improvement Area Board is trying something new this year in planning four consecutive Fridays o ...

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BBBS Curl for Kids’ Sake returns Nov. 16, 17

The Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) have called on the community once again to take part in the annual Edward Jones Curl For Kids Sake on Nov. 16 and 17 at the Grimsby Curling Club on 277 Kerman Ave. This year marks the 30th a ...

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Poppy campaigns in full swing

Royal Canadian Legion branches in Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln have their annual Poppy Campaigns up and running. With donation boxes in countless businesses and cadets also highly visible selling poppies at various community ...

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CLEO event for frontline community workers Nov. 8

The Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) organization will run a special workshop at the Grimsby Library at 18 Carnegie Lane on Nov. 8 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. This workshop, ‘Helping people with their legal problems,’ ...

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Star Maker Productions presents Norm Foster’s “On a First Name Basis”

This year Star Maker Productions’ fall production is “On a First Name Basis”, one of Norm Foster’s most recent plays. Two individuals, Lucy the maid, and David the writer, engage in witty and sometimes poignant conversatio ...

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Niagara Children’s Business Fair Nov. 9

These kids mean business. Come out to the first ever Niagara Children’s Business Fair at the Ball’s Falls Centre for Conservation on Nov. 9. The market is like none other. Every vendor is between the ages of six and 14 years o ...

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Halloween Trivia Night at Lincoln Museum

The Lincoln Museum is asking people to sharpen up on their fangs and their Halloween knowledge for a Halloween Trivia Night event on Saturday, Oct. 26, starting at 7:30 p.m. Participants will test their knowledge of all things rel ...

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GHS welcomes Ti-Cats historian

The Grimsby Historical Society (GHS) will welcome the CFL’s resident historian Larry Robertson to their monthly meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 23. Robertson will present on the “Hamilton Proud 150” project, which explores th ...

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Torch passes for Smithville Santa Claus Parade

The Smithville Santa Claus Parade will live on, thanks to Kim Fisher, who has taken up the legacy of her late father, Dave Willis, who served as the parade committee’s president for decades. This year’s parade has been set ...

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Grimsby boxer hosts fundraiser for MS Society

Grimsby boxer ‘Wild One’ Kelly Wilson is hosting a “Bingo for Boxing” fundraiser event at the Beamsville Legion on Saturday Oct. 2. The event is part of Wilson’s participation in the Pearl Gloves Charity Boxi ...

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