Tag Archives: Port Stanley

Zimmerman – Claire Lewis of St. Thomas

Zimmerman – Claire Lewis of St. Thomas passed away on Tuesday July 2, 2013 at the St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital in his 71st year. Dear nephew of Phyllis Jarvis of Guelph. He is survived by several cousins in London and Windsor and remembered by many friends at 200 Chestnut St., …

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Kloosterman, Janice Renne of St. Thomas

Kloosterman, Janice Renne of St. Thomas, passed away peacefully, on Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013, at the St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital, in her 71st year. Beloved wife of the late John David Kloosterman and dearly loved mother of Jeff Kloosterman of Port Stanley and Paul Kloosterman (Ann) of St. Thomas. Loved …

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Elizabeth “Betty” Ann Page (nee Smith)

PAGE- Peacefully after a long and wonderful life, Elizabeth “Betty” Ann Page (nee Smith) passed away at Extendicare Port Stanley on Friday, June 21, 2013 in her 85th year.  She is now in the loving arms of her husband Albert Page who passed away on May 25, 2012.  Betty is …

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Roberts, John of Extendicare, Port Stanley and formerly of St. Thomas

Roberts, John of Extendicare, Port Stanley and formerly of St. Thomas, passed away on Friday, June 21st, 2013, peacefully at his late residence, in his 89th year. Dearly loved husband of Elizabeth “Liz” Roberts and loved father of Gary and his wife Carol Roberts of Burlington, Lily and her husband …

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Breach of Recognizance

A 44 year old Port Stanley man charged with several indecent acts was arrested on Tuesday for breaching his recognizance. One of the conditions was a 24 hour curfew to remain in his residence. The accused was being monitored and located on Sunset Drive in the City of St. Thomas. …

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LUNN: Ronald Stuart “Ron” of Fingal

Lunn- Ronald Stuart “Ron” of Fingal passed away on Saturday June 1, 2013 at the St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital in his 69th year. Beloved husband of Galea (Leitch) Lunn and loving father of George and his wife Angela Lunn of St. Thomas and Lynann Lunn at home. Loving grandfather of …

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Waite, Dale Richard

Waite, Dale Richard of Port Stanley, passed away suddenly on Sunday, May 19th, 2013, at London, in his 32nd year. Dearly loved son of Richard “Rick” and Lisa (Smith) Waite. Loved father of Alexis and Averie. Dear brother of Tricia Waite and her husband Brian Holden of Guelph. Sadly missed …

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The Swimsuit Style Guide for Women

As the days grow longer and hotter, the beach at Port Stanley becomes more and more enticing. Here is a guide to help you choose the perfect beach outfit. Styles for the Pear-Shaped Figure, Apple-Shaped Figure, Athletic Figure, Hourglass Figure, Petite Figure and Curvy / Full-Figured ladies. Originally posted on http://visual.ly/swimsuit-style-guide-women-infographic …

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Flood Watch for Kettle Creek Watershed

St. Thomas – Kettle Creek Conservation Authority is issuing a flood watch for residents of the Kettle Creek Watershed, with specific concerns for the Port Stanley area. “We have received 40 millimeters of rain in the last twelve hours,” says Jennifer Dow water conservation supervisor for Kettle Creek Conservation Authority. …

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Fall Fashion Show

Southbound Boutique in conjunction with the Port Stanley Lioness‘ present: A Fall Fashion Show October 2, 2011 at the Wharf Restaurant in Port Stanley 11am to 4pm. Tickets include Brunch. $30 per ticket with the proceeds going to various charities. Doors prizes & Free draws. Join us for Fashion & …

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Thank you for being a friend

Thank you for being a friend Traveled down the road and back again your heart is true you’re a pal and a confidant I’m not ashamed to say I hope it always will stay this way My hat is off, won’t you stand up and take a bow And if …

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In case we actually need to water our garden this summer…

The Port Stanley Village Association have a few barrels left from their rain barrel sale. Barrels are first come first served and are $60 each with all the fittings.  For more information e-mail Linda Hibbert from the Lake Erie Beacon.  linda@lebeacon.ca

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Youth Dance @ Port Stanley

On Thursday, April, 07, 2011 at 7:00:PM, the Port Stanley/Sparta Girl Guides will be sponsoring a youth dance at the Port Stanley Arena from 7:00PM to 10:00PM for Grades 4 to 8. Admission is $5.00 at the door. Port Stanley Arena –  332 Carlow Road, Port Stanley

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Spring Fashion Show

Come on out to the Spring Fashion Show. Shop at the boutique, Eat some amazing food, and I just might be taking your photo. Sunday April 10, 2011 noon to 4pm, Fashion show by Southbound Boutique, held at the Wharf … Continue reading

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Tries hard, could do better.

Just under a year ago, when this website was started, the idea was to keep the residents and visitors to St. Thomas informed as to events and things to do in this great city. It hasn’t been easy, there has been and continues to be resistant from organizations who can’t …

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Wellington Street Almost Finished! … Or Is It?

As most of you probably know, Wellington Street and Elgin Street have been undergoing construction for quite a long time. If you happened to drive down Elgin Street since Friday, you might have sighed a sigh of relief as you realized the last coat of asphalt has been applied. This surely is a good sign, no? No. Well, sort of.

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Horton Farmer's Market 2010-08-27 12:43:00

Last night was FreshFest at the CASO Train Station on Talbot Street in downtown St. Thomas. Welcome to all new members who signed up for the newsletter there! We had a great time! I loved the tomato and goat cheese tart - it was a combined effort from ...

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Horton Farmer’s Market 2010-08-27 12:43:00

Last night was FreshFest at the CASO Train Station on Talbot Street in downtown St. Thomas. Welcome to all new members who signed up for the newsletter there! We had a great time! I loved the tomato and goat cheese tart - it was a combined effort from ...

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Submarines & Bridges by Nathan

There are two news stories at the moment concerning objects going cheap. One, a submarine that may be going to Port Stanley, or Port Burwell, or Port St. Thomas which has apparently become a lakeside city. The other story, a rather large railway bridge that’s already in St. Thomas. I …

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Submarines & Bridges by Nathan

There are two news stories at the moment concerning objects going cheap. One, a submarine that may be going to Port Stanley, or Port Burwell, or Port St. Thomas which has apparently become a lakeside city. The other story, a rather large railway bridge that’s already in St. Thomas. I …

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