Joe Thornton is returning to his hometown of St. Thomas for two very special events.
On Friday, June 22nd, Thornton will be helping to host ‘The Big Assist’, an intimate evening inside the historic Elgin County Railway Museum to raise funds to support the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital and the STEAM Centre. Donors who contribute $2500 (or more!) to boost the two charitable organizations will enjoy a relaxed night of local food and drinks set in and around the impressive collection of locomotives and railway artifacts in the Museum event space.
Voters in Ontario head to the polls on Thursday, June 7th. For most, this will mean choosing a candidate representing one of the four major parties: the Progressive Conservatives, Liberals, New Democrats, or the Green Party.
When the new owners of the Elgin Mall purchased the property in fall 2016, the challenge was clear: how can the retail complex rebound after at least a decade of steady decline? Well, brothers Jay and Mory Burstein have started the process by revamping the large space...
In February I wrote a review of The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking. Hygge is a Danish word that refers to the idea of ‘cosiness’, or how we make ourselves and others feel at home. Wiking has written a new book called The Little Book of Lykke.
Right now there are plenty of terrific things happening in St. Thomas: our homebuilders are attracting lots of newcomers to the community; the City is investing in a new soccer field complex on the north side of town and adding a social services campus at the west end...
The STEAM Centre is excited to highlight our awesome donors and sponsors through this series of profiles on STEAM City Media.
Lights has been building up to something special in her career, and that something special is her fourth album, Skin & Earth, released in September 2017.
Who exactly are the Kangaroos? Interestingly, the roots of the Kangaroo Regiment – and the connection to St. Thomas – take us back to World War Two, specifically Holland in fall 1944.
The Railway City Arts Crawl is one of the few events in St. Thomas that really seems to spur residents and visitors to wander the city. This year the event took place on the February 23-24 weekend.
Visitors to the STEAM Centre in St. Thomas may have noticed a massive new addition in the space. A painting called ‘The School of STEAM’ has been installed on the first floor.
STEAM Educations Centres wishes to thank JMP Engineering for the recent donation of $750.
On January 19, 2018 the STEAM City Council put on a semi-formal dance at the CASO Station. Teenagers from all schools in St.Thomas were invited.