Several organizations in St. Thomas and Elgin County enthusiastically joined in the national Culture Days celebration September 29th to October 1st 2017. They invited public participation in well over fifty events at many locations. Find photos below from a few of Saturday's activities.
The 2017 Iron Horse Festival took place from August 17th to 20th on the historical rail yards of the Elgin County Railway Museum, next to the Canadian Southern (CASO) Station. Some scenes from this year's Festival ...
St. Thomas, ON - The Rotary Music Festival Keynotes Concert on April 7 concluded the 63rd Music Festival held Feb. 21 – 24. The enthusiastically received concert was held at the Salvation Army.
The Clarence "Hap" Day Banner which had hung since 2006 in Maple Gardens came to a new home in St. Thomas on Sunday. The commemoration began at the Jumbo monument with a gathering of community, members of the Day family, Joe Bowen - voice of the Leafs - and Carlton the Bear.
St. Thomas, Ontario - Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages...tickets are on sale now for the Canadian Swiss Dream Circus! Taking place over two weekends in August, the Circus will be sure to amaze the young and the young at heart, with acts from around the world aimed to astound and excite.
Walkers and runners of all ages, bedecked in green attire and bling, came to take part in this year’s Shamrock Shuffle on Saturday. They walked, ran and shuffled their way round the route to claim their medals and raise $10,000 and counting in support of Inn Out of the Cold.
The St. Thomas-Elgin Local Immigration Partnership hosted their annual "Moving Forward" celebration of local cultural diversity and the work of STELIP at the St. Thomas Seniors' Centre. A steady stream of visitors enjoyed talks, activities like the Aboriginal smudging ceremony and the first ever cultural bazaar. Some of the people who graciously shared information, artifacts, interactive crafts and tastes from around the world are pictured below.