Special donation for SPCA

Marion Emo (left) president and CEO of the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA with Cleopatra, a seven-month-old male domestic short-hair cat, Terry Cooke, president and CEO of the Hamilton Community Foundation holds Nemo, a nine-week-old kitten and Margaret Strecker, a past chair of the SPCA board of directors with Frisky, a two-year-old female that’s up for adoption. The HCF has announced it will be giving the Dartnall Road shelter an annual grant of more than $65,000 thanks to a large gift from the esta

Ice Cream Carnival

Treats, games and living history are all part of the fun at the annual Westfield Heritage Village Ice Cream Carnival, which takes place on the Civic Holiday weekend.

Rising Star

Caitlin Susi will step into the spotlight at the Canadian National Exhibition Rising Star competition with the song “Defying Gravity.”

Anita Joldersma

Anita Joldersma holds a map with every street marked off that she walked during the last 22 months, completing her mission to walk every street on Hamilton Mountain.

CANUSA Basketballers

Mountain basketballers Caswell (CJ) Falconer (left) and Terrence Lennox will be taking part in their 11th CANUSA Games in Hamilton next month.

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Events in Hamilton and area

Tai Chi Mystyle

Sat Sep 3 | 7:00 AM

Fish Fry Fridays

Fri Jan 13 | 4:00 PM

Dusk Dances Hamilton

Sat Jul 30 | 7:00 PM

Dark History Tour of Hamilton

Fri Jul 29 | 8:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Sat Oct 8 | 10:00 AM

Fossil Display

Sat Jul 30 | 12:00 PM

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