Front row, from left, Alex Gazzola and Adam Edwards. Second row: Declan Forth, Josh Verschoor, Zack Klappman, Sean Tutt, Logan VandenHeuvel, Kael Andrew and Jordan Nyland. Third row: Kai Sulentic, Coy Gordon, Jack Peebles, Logan Asuncion, Christopher Cheeseman, Kyle Wheaton, Matthew Taylor and Martin VandenHeuvel.Back row: Scott Lavigne, Barry Forth, Brett Andrew, Dave Cheeseman and Marty VandenHeuvel.


Winterblooms: A Celebration of Art, Artifacts and Flowers takes place beginning Jan. 26 at three Dundas locations. In this photo taken during the inaugural event, a florist takes inspiration from a museum artifact.

Third generation in Kids for Kaga exchange

Joe and Marilyn Hollick, with Sophia and Julie Herrington, look over photos of the family's 30 years of involvement with Dundas' Kids for Kaga exchange program as Sophia prepares to be the third generation of the family to visit the Valley Town's twin city in Japan. Space is still available for more young people to join this summer's trip.

Girls Hockey Day in Hamilton returns

Former Stoney Creek Junior Sabres captain Kristen O'Neill, left, participates in a puck drop for the Stoney Creek Girls Hockey Association’s second Girls Hockey Day in Hamilton in December 2015. The Stoney Creek Midget AA Sabres will face off against the Hamilton Midget AA Hawks and the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres will take on the London Junior Devilettes as part of the association’s third Girls Hockey Day event on Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Gateway Ice Centre.

Hammer rehearsal

Steve Mcrae (left), Stacy Milford, Ryan Miller, Josh Dayboll and Jillian Kooymans rehearse for Hammer Entertainment’s production of [title of show] the Musical.

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