Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Niagara Motorcycle Show 2012

The Niagara Motorcycle Show roars into that city of mist from July 20-22 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls. These ladies joined us at the National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show and the Toronto International Spring Motorcycle Show and you can check their website for more details.
The planned events include the World Burnout Tour with Nick Lee, the World Famous Wall of Death, Bean're, Charity Poker Run, concerts, celebrity appearances (like the Sons of Anarchy cast members), demo rides, the Miss NMS Competition, Bike Wash and a Raffle.

"This July, the Niagara Motorcycle Show will be hosting a pageant style competition in the search for the first ever ‘Miss Niagara Motorcycle Show’. The winner of the pageant will receive a one year modeling contract with the Geoffrey Chapman Model and Talent Agency, be the cover girl on next years Niagara Motorcycle Show calendar, and be the face of NMS for the next calendar year.

We are currently seeking girls who think they have what it takes to be the first ever Miss NMS. To become a contestant in the pageant, an application must be filled out (can be found at niagaramotorcycleshow.com. Successful candidates will then be invited down to the Niagara Motorcycle Shows office in Niagara Falls for an audition."

Motorcycles may be involved
Keep an eye out for the superhero motorcycle suits 

Niagara 2012 Cultural Capital of Canada

While you are in Niagara Falls don't forget to stop and smell the culture as the city launches the Cultural Capital of Canada 2012 program.
"The Government of Canada officially designated Niagara Region as a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2012 on October 14, 2011.“This is an exciting year of cultural celebration in Niagara with a program of 26 events, activities, performances, art installations and more, all across the region,” said Chair Burroughs.“Everyone is invited to join in our year of celebration!”

Guided by the theme Crossing Boundaries: Niagara’s Creative Spirit, Niagara’s program crosses the spectrum of cultural expression including contemporary art exhibits; 1812 bicentennial celebrations and interpretations; dance; a newly commissioned choral work; digital and multi-media exhibits; a new play; and cultural events for and by aboriginal, multicultural and francophone communities, youth, and more."
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