News from around St. Marys.

Kirkton Murder Mystery Dinner

The Kirkton Ag Society hosted a sold out Murder Mystery Dinner in support of the Kirkton Fall Fair on April 1 at the Kirkton Woodham Community Centre. An actor from Murder For Hire, who provided the entertainment for the evening, plays the victim while party guests search through the clues to figure out who did…

St. Pauls pavilion getting accessibility upgrades

By Dan Rankin Work began this week on accessibility upgrades to the St. Pauls Pavilion. The project will include automatic door openers for both washroom doors to provide better accessibility in entering and exiting the washrooms, Chief Building Official Martin Feeney told Perth South Council April 5. The original tendered amount of just over $26,000…

2015-16 Curling Season Closes with Epic Shot

The last competitive curling shot of the 2015-16 season could not have been more dramatic. Two teams played an exciting game last Sunday for the chance to represent St. Marys in the Travelers Ontario Club Championship Playdowns, which take place in October. The Finalists were the team of Derek Shackleton, George White, Ian Morton and…

Saying goodbye to the bridge

On Easter Sunday, the Mikita grandchildren (from left, Elliot, Connor, Jillian, Zach, Lauren, Riley and Noah) said goodbye to “their bridge,” the Trafalgar — the bridge on the edge of our property — used and enjoyed by five family generations. So sad to see it go. Donna and Mike Mikita