Each month I take one of my kids out on a “date”, and since I work in Niagara Falls, they often like to come down to see one of the museums or play some games. Back in September my daughter wanted to come down, so we ended up going to Movieland Wax Museum of Stars on Clifton Hill. Read More…
From Niagara This Week:
For a pair of local youngsters, it was a chance to hang for a few minutes with Katy Perry — at least a wax rendition of the pop singer anyway.
“Everything!” Brooke Annette said when asked what she liked about the annual Museums Dollar Day for Cystic Fibrosis.
“Everything is great,” sister Caitlin added.
The Annette girls’ excitement was music to Nancy Clayton’s ears. The vice-president of the Niagara Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis is the organizer of the annual fundraiser, which allows residents entrance to a selection of museums and attractions in the Clifton Hill area for just a loonie.
“There’s so many happy families, so many happy kids,” Clayton said as she watched visitors take in displays at the Movieland Wax Museum, one of the most popular sites to visit Sunday afternoon, it seemed. Lineups were long, but were constantly moving.
From the Niagara Falls Review:
Nik Wallenda wasn’t the only celebrity in Niagara Falls this weekend.
On Saturday, Katy Perry made a stop in the city after taking part in rehearsals in Toronto for the 2012 MuchMusic Video Awards.
She’s known for her hits I Kissed a Girl, Firework and Part Of Me.
She tweeted out photos of her enjoying a ride on a Maid of the Mist tour boat as well as posing for a picture along with a group of friends at Digital Attractions where they all did their best Wallenda impression.