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Re-enactments Mark War of 1812 Battle’s 200th Anniversary

By Sandra Morton, published on Mar 5, 2014

...Canada and the United States.

On July 5-6, the Battle of Chippawa will be re-enacted, followed by a two-stage event remembering the Battle of Lundy’s Lane on July 25. Both are open for public participation. If you plan your trip to fall on other days, here’s a guide to Niagara Falls accommodations and attractions that will let you commemorate the anniversary and learn about the military history of Niagara throughout the year.

Niagara Falls History Museum

After a $12 million renovation and expansion, the Niagara Falls History Museum reopened in July... (more)

Tags: history, museums, niagara

Farm to Table: Niagara’s Organic Food Movement

By Sandra Morton, published on Mar 1, 2014

...by chefs and restaurateurs to locally source all of their ingredients directly from the growers. This ensures that their customers are receiving the best quality products throughout the year.

One part of the United States and Canada that has embraced this healthy movement is the Niagara Falls area. Straddling the border between the two countries, Niagara is a prime agricultural region for two countries. This part of both countries has become a hotspot for the local foodie movement. As you plan your Niagara Falls visit, consult your source for everything Niagara Falls, and... (more)

Tags: organic, food, farmers market, niagara

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