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July 15 -22, 2013

Added: Jul 13, 2013
Category: What's up

While you are here, you might want to know about some local events :

·         Music Niagara continues with its series of concerts! If you can’t make it they have an amazing schedule of events this year and free Music Mondays!


·         i4C Luncheon SeriesFrom Saturday, July 20th 2013 12:00 PM to Saturday, July 20th 2013 3:00 PM July 19 - 21, 2013 • Niagara, Ontario, Canada • 62 winemakers from 11 countries/16 regions pouring 120 chardonnays • Twitter @coolchardonnay #i4c2013 Mission: To instate a grape – that has been sorely maligned for too long – to its rightful place in the glasses of wine lovers around the globe. Description: Three days spent exploring seductive shades of the most planted grape on earth.


·         Sunday July 22 – Corvette, Classic and Hot Rod Car show – Reif Estate winery 10 to 5 , just drop in!!


·         The music nights at the Wineries offer such a selection, how is it possible to choose just one! Ravine has music nights Tues, Thurs, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and Trius has Jazz on Saturday! Stone Church always has something going on from music to picnics to star gazing, there is something every weekend!


·         i4C: The Moveable Feast Brunch

From Sunday, July 21st 2013 11:00 AM to Sunday, July 21st 2013 3:00 PM. A popular events each year, the Moveable Feast showcasing artisan producers in greater Niagara. Visit over 10 fabulous food stations and sip wines from our celebrated producers in a relaxed, al fresco setting. .



·         Corks: Little Red Riding Hood From Sunday, July 7th 2013 2:00 PM 4:00 PM . Something-Something Productions presents its first show for children in Niagara-on-the-Lake! A modern, funny version of the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood, will come to life with adult actors on stage every Sunday afternoon at Corks' Playhouse Theatre, upstairs at Corks Winebar & Eatery. Show opens Sunday, July 7 and runs until Sunday, September 29. Tickets are only $5.00 for children, $10.00 for adults with a portion of the proceeds supporting Big Brothers & BIg Sisters of St. Catharines - Thorold & District. Children MUST be accompanied by at LEAST ONE ADULT. Tickets on sale at Corks, 19 Queen Street or by phone 289-868-9527.



·         Petticoats, Boots and Muskets offers a glimpse into the domestic side of life during the war of 1812, told in song, words, and humour. Local heroes, saints and sinners all have their moment to shine in this cabaret version of Canada’s historic war – told with a nod to the absurd, as well as the facts.   Come and celebrate Niagara’s local history with some authentic period snacks – made by Pam Mundy who will also serve you some lemonade and share secrets of the kitchen. (Not to be missed – Pam’s rosewater iced cookies, and her famous shortbread.) In a tent tavern “The Black Swan” (affectionately remembering one of Niagara’s early pubs) a group of young actors challenge some of the myths and legends of the War of 1812. Why did General Brock charge up a steep hill directly into the face of the enemy? Did Laura actually walk with a cow? And what about those plucky local women who personally attacked invading Americans? You can find out more, and leave singing a song or two, in this lunchtime romp through history. When: Saturdays & Sundays at 12.30 pm from July 6 to August 25. (no shows on August ¾ & 10/11) Tickets: $15 includes admission to the Museum (on Castlereigh and Davy St)


·        1812 WALKING TOURS:June till September, 2013  Special walking tours put on by the museum on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 11:00 am from Queens Royal Park and Sundays at 2pm. Small fee includes admission to the Museum.  Call 905-468-3912. Following the tours on Saturdays and Sundays, see the comedy show at the Museum entitled Petticoats, Boots and Muskets from 12:30 from July 6 to August 25 (no shows Aug 3-4 or 10-11) Tickets $15.00  Contact the Niagara-on-the-Lake Historical Society and Museum at 905-468-3912NIAGARA UNDER OCCUPTION:June 1 to October 2013 - commemorating the occupation of the Town of Niagara by US troops for 6 1/2 months- The American Flag will fly !  -See American and NY State Militia soldiers patrolling Niagara on the Lake's main street!  SEE:

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