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  • Jun. 01, 2016

    June 2016 Newsletter

    Click here to read our June 2016 newsletter, filled with news and information about all that is taking place in Downtown St. Catharines.

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  • May. 01, 2016

    May 2016 Newsletter

    Click here to read our May 2016 newsletter, filled with news and information about events taking place in Downtown St. Catharines.

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  • Apr. 01, 2016

    April 2016 Newsletter

    Click here to read our April 2016 newsletter, filled with news and information about events taking place in Downtown St. Catharines. In the Soil Arts Festival, Ghost Walks, Downtown Deals and so much more! Read about it in our newsletter!

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  • Sep. 18, 2015

    2015 Niagara Wine Festival in Downtown St. Catharines

    So many events in Downtown St. Catharines, from September 18 to 27, 2015, for the Niagara Wine Festival. Come downtown and celebrate the harvest - Montebello Park experience - food, wine, entertainment, parades, Window Display Competition! Read about it here.  Information about road closures on September 25, 26 & 27 can be found here.

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  • Jul. 06, 2014

    Classic cars draw thousands to Downtown St. Catharines

    Karena Walter | St. Catharines Standard

    The Downtown Classic Car Show drew an estimated 15,000 visitors to the St. Catharines core Saturday to check out shiny grills, racing stripes and even some leopard hub caps.  For the full story, see The St. Catharines Standard.

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  • Jan. 23, 2014

    A Sweet Treat

    Scott Rosts | Niagara This Week

    By Scott Rosts, Niagara This Week    A sweet treat is now even sweeter at The Works Gourmet Burger Bistro. Challenged to come up with an icewine-inspired creation for the St. Catharines Downtown Association’s Winter Downtown D'Lish event, Mario Ciccarelli and his team have invented an icewine milkshake. The shake, which is just under $10, features a shot of icewine, melded with some other favourite flavours. Ciccarelli, owner of the St. Catharines franchise, said it took about a week of trial and error to find the perfect mix. “We were experimenting with different recipes,” he said. “Strawberries and chocolate always seemed…

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  • Dec. 03, 2013

    Downtown Destination for Christmas

    Scott Rosts | Niagara This Week

    ST. CATHARINES — A downtown shop is being converted to holiday central for the next three weekends. The St. Catharines Downtown Association has put a new spin on its holiday celebrations this year, and is bringing some new activities downtown for the festive season. While in past years the downtown association has held a 12 Days of Christmas campaign, executive director Tisha Polocko said they’ve decided to freshen up their holiday celebrations with some new activities, including a festive funhouse, a screening of the movie classic, A Christmas Story, and more.  For the full story at Niagara This Week, click…

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  • Aug. 02, 2013

    Creating a craving for downtown eateries

    Don Fraser | St. Catharines Standard

    Greg Pearson has noticed it stimulates an appetite for downtown St. Catharines eateries. For about five years, the seasonal fixed-price promotions have helped ease their hunger for customers during slow seasons. The latest — Downtown D’Lish — starts Aug. 16 and continues for the rest of the month. The Office on James St., co-owned by Pearson, is among 18 to offer fixed-price lunch and dinner choices at discounted prices. “It definitely adds a much-needed boost at a much-needed time,” said the established restaurateur. “Summer time for us is definitely quieter, and we also don’t have a patio.” For the whole…

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  • May. 15, 2013

    Full Moon Ghost Walks return

    Isabella Perrone | Niagara This Week

    St. Catharines residents have the opportunity to visit some of the most haunted sites in the downtown area during the next full moon, when they will hear the stories of the spirits that inhabit them.  For full story, please visit Niagara This Week.

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  • May. 07, 2013

    St. Paul Street Watermain Work

    BUSINESSES ARE OPEN AND SIDEWALKS ARE ACCESSIBLE. Tuesday May 7, St. Paul Street will be closed from just south of Queen Street to James Street. The intersection of Queen and St. Paul will be closed to traffic but the intersection of James and St. Paul will remain open. Vehicles can detour via Ontario Street, William Street, King Street and James Street. REMINDER: All downtown businesses remain open during the St. Paul Street road construction project. Sidewalks are accessible, and parking is available at surface lots and the Ontario Street and Carlisle Street parking garages. Stay up-to-date with road closures on…

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