Last week I received the latest email newsletter from Oh Canada, Eh? Dinner Theatre.
A couple of weeks ago I received the latest email newsletter from the Americana Waterpark Resort. To subscribe to the newsletter, click on the “Stay Informed with the Americana Newsletter” link on the left of the every page of the Americana Conference Resort & Spa web site.
From the Niagara Falls Review: A road with three names could soon have just one in downtown Niagara Falls. Regional council’s public works committee has recommended letting the city rename Roberts St. and Newman Hill to Falls Ave., matching the stretch of road running through the city’s tourist area. What about Victoria Ave, Ferry St, [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: If referrals mean anything, the annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event will have a long list of satisfied customers to draw from in future years. “We come every year. We brought our grand kids and they just love it,” said Keith MacDonald of Thorold while enjoying a relaxing afternoon Monday at [...]
From a Marketwire press release: Haunt Manor, known as Canada’s scariest authentically haunted Hayride and haunted house is located in Niagara Falls right on Lundy’s Lane. It is site of one of the bloodiest battles in Canada’s history. Featuring the most state of the art haunted props, Hollywood special effects and make-up that can be [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: Access to mass transportation in the middle 1800s created new industries and introduced destinations such as Niagara Falls to the masses. Railroad networks provided easier access to the wonders of North America and Niagara Falls was one of the major must see attractions, just as it is today. At this [...]
From a PRWeb press release seen on Yahoo! News: Halloween is not for the faint of heart in Niagara Falls with ghoulish Niagara events all around the popular districts of Clifton Hill, Fallsview Boulevard and Lundy’s Lane. Clifton Hill is the destination for family fun on Halloween with attractions such as the House of Frankenstein, [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: The Niagara Parks Commission wasn’t the only business to struggle in 2009. The tourism industry as a whole had to scratch and claw its way through a year hampered by unseasonable weather, new passport requirements and a deadly influenza strain. “It’s extremely bleak out there,” said Niagara Falls Tourism chairman [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: The Niagara Falls KOA Campground has been recognized as being among the “best of the best” in the Kampgrounds of America system that includes more than 470 campgrounds across North America. The Lundy’s Lane campground, operated by manager Lisa Thompson, recently received the 2009 Kampgrounds of America President’s Award at [...]