Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Start the Summer off Right this Victoria Day Long-Weekend

After a long cold winter, get out their and celebrate the first long-weekend of summer! 

May 15 – 25
Savour the spring flavours and take advantage of the area’s restaurants, winery, specialty food shops and agri-tourism destinations at three great price points: $10, $15, or $25. Visit for participating businesses and offers.

Port Stanley Sidewalk & Community Yard Sale
May 17
8am Start Time
Village of Port Stanley
Browse the entire village for great bargains and rare finds. Live music at various times throughout the weekend.

Port Glasgow Yacht Club Community Yard & Garage Sale
May 17
Port Glasgow Yacht Club & Marina, 8536 Haven’s Lake Road, RR#3 Rodney

All are welcome. Vendors tables are $10.

West Lorne & Community Horticultural Society Annual Plant & Bake Sale
 May 17
8am Start Time
West Lorne Community Complex, 160 Main Street, West Lorne
Purchase some great plants for your garden at great prices. 

Silverthorn Landscape Seminars
 May 17 
Silverthorn Landscape Supplies, 46400 Talbot Line, St. Thomas
Build a Pond - 10am - Learn how and why the ecosystem works, how to build a pond and all the outdoor enjoyment it will bring to your landscaped yard.
Create an Inukshuk - 1pm - Learn the history and meaning of an Inukshuk and build one to take home with you.
Build a Water Feature - 1pm - Learn how to build a water feature and see how easy it is to have and maintain throughout the season

Scenic Train Rides on the PSTR 
Saturdays & Sundays from May 17th to Jun 29th, plus Mon May 19th (Victoria Day)
Port Stanley Terminal Rail, 309 Bridge Street, Port Stanley
Adults $15, Children (2-14) $9
Enjoy a scenic ride on the Port Stanley Terminal Railway. Reservations are not required, but please arrive at the station 30 minutes in advance for easy access. Regular rides are one hour in duration and run rain or shine.

Murder Mystery Train Rides
 May 17
Dinner at 6pm, train departs at 7pm
Port Stanley Terminal Rail, 309 Bridge Street, Port Stanley
Enjoy delicious dinner supplied by our caterer followed by a moving performance. October 24th & 25th dates are special Halloween edition Murder Mystery rides.

HMCS Ojibwa Season Opener
May 17
9am – 4pm
3 Pitt St., Port Burwell
Tickets for Tours: Adults/children 6-12 - Interior $18.50/$11, exterior $10/$3 (under 6 free), combo $30/$15

HMCS OJIBWA celebrates the opening of its first full season on Saturday, May 17 right beside HMCS OJIBWA in Port Burwell. In addition to tours inside and outside the submarine, a great day of fun and bargains has been planned by a local group called the Bayham SubMissions. Proceeds go to the Museum of Naval History.
Starting at 9:00 am and running until 4:00 pm, there will be a wide variety of craft and vendor booths along with a huge silent auction and face painting for all. For the first time Railway City Brewing Company will be having a beer tasting tent featuring samples of their great local beer. And if you get hungry, there will be a pork and beef BBQ right on site. 

STEPAC Exhibitions: 

Donna Andreychuk – A Perfect Storm
Dennis Kalichuk – 1000 Words of Nature
Heather Keating – Journeys
May 3 – June 7
St. Thomas – Elgin Public Art Centre, 301 Talbot St. St. Thomas

No comments:

Post a Comment