From CHCH (includes video of the fireworks):
The May long weekend is one of the biggest days for fireworks. Down in Niagara, one man is responsible for creating Canada’s longest running series which kicks off Friday, the first of 70 shows.
For the past 18 years, David Whysall has been the mastermind behind the fireworks series at Niagara Falls. Whysall is a chemist by trade and worked with the British space program early in his career. He moved to Canada in the early 80’s and worked with Hands Fireworks, Canada’s oldest manufacturer of commercial fireworks.
Yesterday I walked through the Skylon Tower SkyQuest Family Fun Centre and I was literally the only one there. I recognize that it was a rainy day at the beginning of May, but I always see at least a couple of people. However this time there was not a single person. It was deserted. I didn’t even see any workers.
Last week 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.
A couple of weeks ago I received the latest email newsletter from Oh Canada, Eh? Dinner Theatre.
From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo:
Tourists can enjoy free trolley rides in Niagara Falls – starting today.
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is providing the service to visitors at participating hotels.
The service runs via the Niagara Falls Blvd. and Pine Avenue bus route. Service will be available only on weekends in may and from Thanksgiving weekend through the end of the year, but will be a seven day week service from June 1 to Oct. 31.