This building was constructed in 1873 for Elias Hoover as a Pub and Inn. Hoover named it after his son. The Dexter was on a stage coach route, which serviced those attending the court house and transporting goods through the city.
AWA (African Women Acting) Niagara Festival Saturday, August 26 & Sunday, August 27 from 2-10pm at RiverBrink Art Museum RiverBrink Art Museum partners with African Women Acting to present an […]
Experience Marshville Take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us, life in the 1800s. Things to know to enjoy your experience *Entry gates and […]
It’s Pet Week at the Fonthill ReStore From September 18 to September 23, the Fonthill ReStore is celebrating our four-legged, furry, and feathered friends. Bring your well-behaved, leashed pet into […]
Against The Wind: The Ultimate Bob Seger Experience, is coming to Welland! Don't miss this electrify performance that has been selling out on both sides of the border. Join us […]
Kidney Walks are a province-wide movement to raise funds to better the lives of our loved ones affected by kidney disease. It’s a time to celebrate, make connections, remember, and […]
We are excited to announce the second annual Grimsby Arts Walk happening on September 23, 2023. This will be an annual juried art festival. Visitors will walk through vendor areas staged through […]
Join the South Niagara Rowing Club on September 23rd for the 41st annual Head of the Welland. This 5.3 kilometre regatta on the Welland Recreational Canal takes the athletes through […]
For the fourth year in a row, the Habitat for Humanity Niagara ReStore in Fonthill is asking customers to bring in a non-perishable food item between September 25 and October […]
Post Foods Canada is hosting their annual cereal sale on September 30 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. All varieties of cereal are just $1 per box. Varieties will be […]
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