COMMUNITY - Past Events
Friday, June 24, 2016 - Le Village Golf Tournament - Proceeds to Women's Place
Free the Girls! August 15-26, 2016
Drop in to Le Village
Thanks to everyone who participated in this great event. 50 golfers played nine, had a good time, and all for a great cause. Women supporting women - every little bit helps.
"You should be so proud of the tremendous job you did in organizing your first tournament. The return was fantastic and it will certainly make a big impact for the women and children who use Womens' Place Services.
Amanda of Women's Place of South Niagara
Holiday home décor goes on tour
Annual holiday homes tour returns for 12th year
STEVE HENSCHEL/STAFF PHOTO
Local interior designers, from left,
Cynthia Vermeer and Stephanie Wegelin of Vermeer’s Garden Centre;
Linda Sloat of Carolinda’s;
Lise Daniel of Le Village;
Cathio Boggio of the Log Cabin Gift Shoppe;
Lucy Pellegrino of Mary Luska Interiors;
and Sue Napper of the Log Cabin Gift Shoppe
are lending their décor talents to Fonthill United Church’s annual
Homes for the Holidays tour Saturday, November 14.
PELHAM — It’s become a bit of a holiday tradition.
This Saturday, November 14, Fonthill United Church’s annual Homes for the Holidays tour of holiday décor will return as seven area decorators team up once again with the church and six Pelham home owners to showcase some decoration ideas for the holidays.
“It has become a community event,” said event co-chair Carolyn van der Sluis, noting the event is back for its 12th year. The idea, she said is simple, guests get to tour beautiful homes fully decorated by top-notch local designers.
“It’s really quite exciting,” said van der Sluis, adding the tour is again promising a wide variety of homes and décor styles.
The Log Cabin Gift Shoppe, Cox Home Furniture, Le Village, Vermeer’s Garden Centre, Carolinda’s, Mary Luska Interiors and Rose & Twine Floral Studio are all participating, decorating the homes and the church where a tea room will offer refreshments during the tour.
“A lot of these businesses have a loyal following,” said van der Sluis.