eSkoot Niagara equips day-trippers and prospective buyers with environmentally friendly electric choppers from Emmo, enhancing sightseeing with safe and efficient transportation. Each two-wheeled wonder thrives off a sophisticated lithium battery capable of going up to 70 kilometres on a single charge, allowing riders to take in the idyllic charm of the Niagara region’s shops, wineries, and lakefront without worrying about gassing up or shovelling coal into the engine’s furnace. Every vehicle in the store’s impressive fleet, from the heavy-duty GT5 scooter to the speedy, lightweight Mount 7 bike, operates under the same laws as bicycles, allowing passengers to enjoy open-air rides without the need for drivers’ licences or insurance.
At Peaks Indoor Rock Climbing, seasoned instructors introduce bipeds to the world of vertical crawling during lessons on more than 60 textured walls. During each session, tutors impart the basic techniques of climbing and belaying while also covering safety tips and the mental benefits of the sport’s myriad challenges. Membership packages grant access to rental harnesses for use of the facility's rugged walls, cracks, overhands, and climbing caves. In order to ensure everyone’s safety, introductory lessons are mandatory for all beginning climbers, whether or not they were raised by a trip of mountain goats.
Reading, writing, and mathematics don't come easily for everyone. At Canadian Learning Centre, dedicated staff members harness their own expertise to connect with adults and kids and guide them toward mastering their areas of difficulty. A phonics-based curriculum familiarizes students with vowels and consonants and helps them easily distinguish between silent letters and the ones that shout out loud. In writing sessions, pupils learn to apply grammatical rules and proper punctuation as they write stylish paragraphs. During mathematics sessions, students cover the basics, including addition and measurements, as well as more advanced skills such as calculus, geometry, and trigonometry.
The Greens at Brock's par 58 executive course packs 18 holes of diverse obstacles into a dynamic, 3,000-yard layout. Alongside the course rests an expansive driving range with covered and open-air stalls and hitting areas blanketed with natural grass, turf, and retro shag carpet. After fine-tuning tee shots, golfers can stroll over to the facility's tiki bar festooned with sand beaches, a waterfall, and vegetation including tropical plants, palm trees, and cacti that also line the course.
Fugitive smiles and fleeting moments freeze and put their hands up at Darren Eales Photography, where weddings, engagements, models, children, and families are captured in all their glory. Pick a location for your 30-minute individual portrait session with professional photographer Darren Eales, with all resulting images placed on a CD for perusal at leisure. Pose for a headshot or round up the family to memorialize what you all looked like before your siblings were eliminated in house-wide layoffs.
The St. Catharines Standard is the largest daily newspaper in Niagara, and it engages the community with a combination of local, domestic, and international news. The publication and its team of journalists have won a number of accolades over the years, including Ontario Newspaper Awards for sports writing, design and graphics, and best paper sailor-hat material of the year in 2012. The St. Catharines Standard has been in publication since 1891, and its team remains devoted to the publication?s roots in local history. Readers can learn about health and travel in the paper?s daily Life section, or consult the op-ed column for conversation topics to bring up while milking the family cow.