Community News from St. Marys and area.

“Love Is In The Air” – The Courtship Of Bald Eagles

By Jennifer Thorpe Perth County is a great destination for birders and nature photographers in all seasons.  Though the snow and lower temperatures present practical challenges, winter offers a chance to observe in forests and along waterways without the green screen of foliage. This week’s feature was taken just east of St Marys by photographer…

Christmas comes early for Someone I Know

Hospital foundation unveils donor wall Wednesday, Dec. 20; gets go-ahead for expansion The members of the St. Marys Memorial Hospital Foundation feel especially festive this year. The foundation’s first-ever capital campaign, Someone I Know, exceeded all expectations by surpassing its $5 million goal in early autumn. And just this week the foundation received approval from…

“Koats for Kids” at Stonetown Diner

Young kids coats needed The St. Marys Lions Club “Koats for Kids” is once more in full swing with coats still available. However, Marlene Forman, who cleans all the coats free of charge at Cascades Cleaners, said that there is a need for coats for younger children. The location for the pick-up of coats is…

One Fish, Two Fish

Photo caption: Janet Sinclair, one of 115 Queen St. E.’s new owners, stands at one end of the building’s expansive – and recently gutted – second storey. The first floor of the historic downtown building is currently housing Stonetown Art’s annual Christmas show. By Andrea Macko, “Special to the Journal Argus” With the opening of Stonetown…

The Festive Season continues in St. Marys

Lots of fun for the family After a fantastic start to the Festive Season, the Town of St. Marys will continue to celebrate with a variety of December activities for the whole family. The St. Marys Museum Annual Christmas Open House will take place Sunday, December 3. This free event will feature music, festive treats,…

Christmas Parade 2017

It was another fantastic Santa Claus Parade in St. Marys, with great credit to the Kinsmen for all their hard work in organizing. Families who safely lined the vehicle-free streets enjoyed the various floats which passed by over the course of the 45-minute parade.