The Petrolia Library celebrated pride day on Tuesday with several groups and organizations from across the county, offering a safe space for everyone to come together and start a dialogue.
Petrolia’s Christ Church Anglican is marking 150 years of worship this weekend with an open house. The celebration begins Oct. 22, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., with wine and cheese, memorabilia, as well as a short play.
The Petrolia Library is hosting Pride Day this month, with an open house offering a free pizza lunch, displays, information and speaker sessions. The event will run from 11 a.m until 8 p.m on October 18, and all are welcome to attend and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
Interested in bettering your health, or already committed to the cause? No matter where you are in your journey, the second annual “Better Health” event has something for everyone.
October 9 to 15 marks Fire Prevention Week, a national event to bring about discussion surrounding the importance of fire safety. The Petrolia and North Enniskillen Fire Department will be making their rounds at local schools, educating students on the importance of fire safety.
Breaking down walls surrounding mental health can be difficult anywhere, but in rural areas like Lambton County, there can be different barriers that present themselves in comparison to urban areas.For youth, there can often be a lack of resources and tools at hand, or a fear of being judged by peers.
Rick Charlebois, Director of Corporate Services and Treasurer for the Town of Petrolia, was presented with an Engagement Award from the Municipal Finance Officer's Association of Ontario (MFOA) at their annual conference in Niagara Falls this September.
Property owners in Petrolia can request one complimentary tree this fall for planting in an annual fall tree program. As of Monday October 3, residents can go to Town Hall and request one tree certificate.
The Brooke-Alvinston and Watford Fall Fair will be opening it's doors this Friday to celebrate their 140th year, with this year's theme being “Ye Olde Fair”. The fair will feature a midway from Campbell Amusements, a Friday night tractor pull and a Saturday morning parade beginning at 10:30.