September 20, 2017

Published On September 20, 2017 | By cmcleod | CK Mornings Online, Mornings

1 The monthly Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours is tonight at BMO on St. Clair St.

$5 to get in to mix and mingle and maybe even win some prizes.

Five Things - 2It’s Movie Night at the Capitol.

Stop by the Chatham Capitol Theatre tonight at 7 to see Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer.

Movie starts at 7. $5 cash at the door concessions available, including $2 popcorn!

Five Things - 3The International Plowing Match in Walton opened yesterday, but it won’t today.

Tented city will not open today after heavy rains hit the area yesterday.

The IPM will re-open Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The 2018 plowing match will be hosted in Chatham-Kent.

Five Things - 4After 50 years, the iconic Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann Wenner is putting his stake up for sale.

Wenner says he hopes to find a buyer that understands Rolling Stone‘s mission and has “lots of money.” The sale is especially poignant as it’s taking place on the publication’s 50th anniversary — almost to the exact date.

No potential buyers have been named.

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Coca-Cola is running a new contest. The Sweetener Challenge is a search for a “natural, safe, reduced, low or no-calorie compound that creates the taste sensation of sugar when used in beverages and foods”.

The prize? $1million.

There is also a contest for those of us who aren’t so scientifically inclined. The Sweet Story Challenge offers a $100,000 prize for the best anecdote about how your community, culture, or family has naturally sweetened food and drinks.

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