Niagara Falls NYE Party

Niagara Falls FireworksBe a part of the biggest New Year’s Eve party! Ring in 2013 with a ton of people, 3 great performers and one heck of a firework show!

Starting at 7:30pm (come earlier to get your spot), Queen Victoria Park will be one big party hosted by ET Canada’s Cheryl Hickey, Matte Babel and Rosey Edeh. There will be food and beverage vendors, with designated licensed areas for alcoholic beverages. Three great Canadian performers will keep the party going all the way till midnight. Opening with Dragonette to Hedley and onto Nelly Furtado counting down to midnight with you! Of course what kind of Niagara Falls New Years would it be without some firework displays? The first planned for 8:45pm in case you can’t make it until midnight and a midnight show to welcome 2013! Continue reading

Good News Breakfast

ed-logoThe crew from 105.1 EdFM will be broadcasting the Good News Breakfast LIVE from The Best Western Plus Cairn Croft Hotel. This event collects for Project S.H.A.R.E and spreads the word about all the good that the local charities and non-profit organizations around Niagara Falls have completed this year. It shines light on all of the hard work that people around Niagara Falls do to help others out.  Friday, December 14th from 7am-10am you can help out too AND enjoy a free breakfast for thanks! Continue reading

Historic Holiday in Niagara

With all of the history found the Niagara Region, a unique holiday experience can be had; a historic holiday, if you will. Both the McFarland House and the Laura Secord Homestead this year will be putting on holiday events. The McFarland Christmas tea is happening this weekend where you can enjoy a historic setting and a wonderful afternoon tea. An admission fee of $5.00 will cover your tour of the house and the full tea menu with holiday inspiration will be available.

After you are finished with your afternoon tea, make your way to the Laura Secord Homestead that will be decorated in period Christmas decorations. See how Niagara looked for Christmas during the war and if you have never been to the house before, the tour and stories are worth the trip alone.

Merry Historic Holidays!