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GROWING GREEN: Plan a succession of blooms to keep bees coming back
What do single, purple and tubular blooms have in common? Bees!
Photo by Gord Bowes
Hamilton Toy Museum sneak preview Saturday
The museum offers a walk down memory lane, with vintage toys dating from back to the 1940s and earlier
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Sunday, July, 20, 2014 - 1:01:54 PM
Hamilton parks boss: Have to balance scenic view and erosion control at lookout points "Looks to me there are more than a few mature trees blocking the view. There are many more locations where you can get an unobstructed view of the lower city, with free parking. Clearing away the vegetation may help, as long as no erosion takes place."
Comment by MAW
Tuesday, July, 15, 2014 - 7:07:11 PM
Senior of the Year just keeps going "Congratulations, Pat! Well done and well deserved! An inspiration to all of us - at any age!"
Comment by Dundastan
Friday, July, 11, 2014 - 2:02:37 PM
Stoney Creek parkette awaits grand opening "Let's call it the "Rotary Club's Billy Green parkette". Billy Green building south across the street on land once owned by Adam Green his father. Billy Green salad served at the Powerhouse to the north, and next to Augusta Jones parkette"
Comment by dougag1
Stoney Creek native Jordan Bailey to hold 3-on-3 basketball tournament
Stoney Creek native Jordan Bailey, in partnership with friends, volunteers and sponsors, is holding a basketball event for adults and the community this Saturday.
Mutt strut for Animal Angel Rescue Foundation
The Animal Angel Rescue Foundation is holding its annual Mutt Strut this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Devil’s Punch Bowl on Ridge Road.
Tee off for Stoney Creek Santa Claus Parade
Registration is open for the 23rd annual Stoney Creek Santa Claus Parade Golf Tournament.
AbleLiving Services looking for volunteers
Day and evening hours are available at AbleLiving’s two Mountain sites
Ancaster's Griffin House marks Emancipation Day
Griffin House will mark Emancipation Day by opening its doors to the public for free public tours and a preview of its new exhibition on African Canadian heritage in the region.
Submitted photo
Theatre Ancaster founding directors team for Jesus Christ Superstar
Ralf Hakenberg, Al Croxall and Gord Conroy are teaming up this fall for Jesus Christ Superstar, Theatre Ancaster’s Broadway blockbuster musical.
Photo by Mike Pearson
Erland Lee's WI members ensure history isn't forgotten
Jerinne Porteous knows she won’t be around in 2047 when a 50-year time capsule is unearthed at the Erland Lee Museum.
Photo courtesy Martha's Trouble
Martha’s Trouble performs at Coach and Lantern in Ancaster
Musicians Jen and Rob Slocumb, who have been known as the pop band Martha’s Trouble for the past 18 years, have decided it’s time for a change.
| Photo by Mike Pearson
Winona Horticultural Society still blooming after 85 years
If you’ve got a green thumb and you’re looking for something to do on Wednesdays, the Winona Horticultural Society wants you.
Krown Rust Control aims for world record car wash to support Children's Wish
Organizers will need to wash more than 10,000 cars on July 19 to break record.
Photo by Mike Pearson
Saturdays in the Creek showcases Stoney Creek BIA
Hundreds of shoppers discovered what’s new in Olde Town Stoney Creek during a BIA outreach event.
Golf tournament to support Hamilton chapter of MS Society
11th annual Mulligans Fore MS charity golf tournament to be held Aug. 15
Photo by Gord Bowes
Play date at Hamilton Toy Museum
Site opens its doors for preview
| Photo by Mike Pearson
Lois Laxton dancers ready for Spanish fiesta
Troupe will travel to Benalmadena in Spain to provide a taste of Canadian culture to locals.
Hamilton Children's Choir concert Aug. 1
The HCC is the only Canadian choir invited 10th World Symposium on Choral Music
GROWING GREEN: Native plants tackle tough conditions
When the gardening gets tough, gardeners should consider native plants.
 
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