Four businesses have been nominated for the Dundas Business of the Year Award. The winner of the award will be announced when t Dundas Division of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce hosts the Dundas Community Awards, Friday, May 30 at the Dundas Valley Golf and Curling Club. A reception starts at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Speaker Rob MacIssac will address the topic, The Health of the City.Reserved tickets are $60 and are available by calling the Hamilton Chamber at 905-522-1151 ext. 100.
Jamie Leder and the Collins Brewhouse step up to the plate and then some when it comes to supporting sports teams and giving back. In the past 14 years, Leder has sponsored the Real McCoys and Dundas Blues, as well as numerous minor league teams, baseball and volleyball teams.
Since 1956 Dundas Museum and Archives has provided a vibrant centre for Dundas’ natural and cultural heritage. The museum’s mandate is to collect, preserve and record historical records and artifacts. It does this and so much more, by reaching out and engaging the community.
Valley Antiques is a new multi-vendor antique mall located in the historic Gartshore building at 46 Hatt St. Valley Antiques opened its doors in the summer of 2013. Vintage, retro, collectibles and nostalgia are all available. Valley Antiques is operated by Erik Schrobilgen and Monique Craig.
When you hear the word exercise, does it just makes you want to reach for the remote?
Zumba Dundas and Karen Charters have a new approach towards health that is fun, effective and exhilarating. Karen is known for her infectious smile and contagious enthusiasm.