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An all new Disney on Ice is coming to London’s Budweiser Gardens March 2 5 and tickets are now on sale. The popular yearly event attracts hundreds of Disney fans from across Southwestern Ontario.
This year’s action packed all new adventure is bringing Disney Pixar’s record breaking animated feature Finding Dory to the ice for the first time in this live production produced by Feld Entertainment. The ice skating extravaganza featuring Disney Pixar’s Inside Out, Disney’s Frozen and other Disney stories will feature seven performances.
Just keep swimming with Dory, Nemo, Marlin and new pal Hank from Finding Dory as they embark on a life changing excursion to find her parents and discover the true meaning of family.
Cheer with the emotions from Inside Out Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust as they help Riley find the confidence to win the hockey championship and experience the emotional of growing up.
Venture to wintery world of Arendelle where Olaf and Kristoff help reunite royal sister Anna and Elsa from Disney’s Frozen and learn love is the most powerful magic of all.
See Cinderella, Rapunzel, Tiana and the Disney Princesses make their dreams come true through their virtues of bravery, kindness and perseverance. Celebrate true friendship with Buzz Lightyear, Woody and the Toy Story gang.
real life Southwestern Ontario historical drama is coming to the big screen. Filming has begun on The Black Donnellys, the story of an Irish family that emigrated to the Lucan area in the 1840s. Their farm was burned down and five family members murdered in 1880 following a lengthy conflict with other residents.
The first round of filming has wrapped up in Petrolia and the ghost town of Napier just outside Alvinston.
Shooting is expected to wrap up in May with the 43 minute premier in Sarnia in the fall.
Detroit Institute of Art has teamed up with Say and Play With Words, a vocabulary building program for young children funded by the PNC Foundation, The Skillman Foundation, and Max M. Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, to develop new early childhood focused, parent child activities that combine language, learning and exploration.
The activities are self guided for families to enjoy at their own pace, and provide prompts in English and Spanish for parents to discuss colour, shapes, food and other elements of art with their children.
On Saturday, approximately 75 parents and children from southwest Detroit and the city’s Brightmoor neighbourhood were to preview the new activities, which will be available to the public in March at the DIA.
Detroit developer is proposing to build what would be Detroit’s tallest building on the site of the former Hudson department store. The project would be many things at once an architectural icon, a hub for technology and the signature element of Dan Gilbert’s downtown developments. It would include 250 rental apartments, offices and theatre and retail space as well as a large public market.
The residential tower would rise 52 stories and the tower would rise 734 feet, a few feet taller than the Renaissance Centre.
The cost of the project would be $700 million.
fishing is a way of life for many in lower Michigan. On the first Saturday of February hundreds gathered to celebrate the traditions, the season and each other.
The event acknowledges efforts to restock sturgeon populations in Black Lake and nearby Mullet and Burt Lakes.
This year 332 fishers signed up and the largest sturgeon taken tipped the scales at close to 80 pounds.
of the sure signs of spring might be more difficult to find this year. There will be fewer monarch butterflies this year, in fact, 22 million fewer.
After a significant rise last year, the number of monarchs at winter breeding grounds in Mexico is down once again. Late winter storms toppled trees and severely damaged the habitat, which, coupled with cold and wet weather, was enough to kill many millions of the colourful creatures.
The devastation left around 78 million monarchs in Mexico’s breeding grounds, down from 100 million a year before.
are now available for the 2017 Great Lakes Freighter trip raffle. DTE Energy and Interlake Steamship Company are donating trips on a Great Lakes freighter this coming summer.
This is the 12th year the trips are being raffled to raise funds for the United Way of St. Clair County.
Tickets are $10 each and the draws take place April 27.
fans take note! Habanos in Cuba has announced a new portfolio of limited edition cigars for 2017. The new slate includes three cigars the Montecristo Dantes, the Trinidad Topes and the Romeo Julieta Capuletos.
Carnival Cruise Line reported this week it had received approval to sail to Cuba. Havana will be added to select Carnival Paradise voyages from Tampa beginning in June. And in a growing trend, Norwegian Cruise Lines has dropped the Bahamas in favour of Cuba. Number of cruise ship visits to Cuba rose from 24 in 2012 to139 in 2015. Cruise passengers jumped from 6,770 to 35,519 over the same period. Up to May of 2016, there were 174 port calls and 62,183 passenger visits, according to the ministry. For at least the first six months of 2017, Cuba’s exponential growth is likely to continue.
year marks the 150th celebration of Canadian Federation and to celebrate the countries birthday Parks Canada, is offering free admission to all national parks, historic sites, and marine conversation areas, to both Canadian travellers alike.