Photos by Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator The Royal Botanical Garden’s annual “Fairies in the Garden” included a botanical scavenger hunt, fairytales, crafts, and face painting.
Thursday’s accident involving a dump truck atop the Skyway bridge Toronto-bound resulted in the closure of the bridge – today, and for the foreseeable future. Given that the bridge carries upwards of 40,000 vehicles a day, that traffic has to go somewhere. And it has – onto the Linc, the 403, and most of the […]
Photos by Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator Thousands of local Muslims took part in early morning EID prayers at the Hamilton Mountain Masjid Monday. Eid, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. This is a day when Muslims around the world show […]
Photos by Cathie Coward / Hamilton Spectator Niki Marsillo 10 years , Abby Cook 11, Sara Rosati 20, Elissa Tantaru 15 and Alena Scarcelli 16 make up the contingent from World Class Gymnastics who are traveling to Las Vegas for the ANAC International Aerobic Gymnastics Championships next week.
Photos by Scott Gardner, The Hamilton Spectator The brand new laker MV Algoma Harvester was officially christened Thursday at Pier 26 in the Port of Hamilton. The 225-metre Equinox class laker travelled across the Pacific Ocean, through the Panama Canal and up the eastern seaboard during her voyage from the shipyards in China where she […]
Hamilton’s Fringe Festival kicked off Wednesday night, and to get everyone in the spirit of the event, the Hamilton Aerial Group performed in a parking lot off Rebecca St. The event runs through July 27; for more info, head to hamiltonfringe.ca Here’s a look at the athleticism and grace of the performance in the air. […]
Photos by Cathie Coward, The Hamilton Spectator At Urquhart Butterfly Garden, there’s a small natural world waiting for the nature photographer’s keen lens. The garden, in Centennial Park in Dundas, is hosting a photography contest this summer. Nature lovers are invited to stroll the garden’s paths to snap photos of its many butterflies, moths, spiders, […]