Concessions available including $2 popcorn.
Free Admission courtesy of Employment & Social Services in celebration of Education Week.
The Thamesville Tim Horton’s opens today!
The Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours is tonight at the Bradley Convention Centre 5-7.
$5 at the door.
The Chatham-Kent Police will be conducting RIDE checks early this evening around C-K.
— Chatham-Kent Police (@CKPSMedia) November 14, 2017
Tomorrow at 6 pm members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service, along with representatives of Mothers Against Drunk Driving will be conducting RIDE (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) checks throughout the Chatham-Kent for the 2017 National Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims pic.twitter.com/3HmJFH1S4j
— ckcrimestoppers (@ckcrimestoppers) November 14, 2017
A British Scrabble champ has been banned from competition due to the suspicious way in which he picks out his letter tiles.
Allan Simmons — who denied the accusation — was apparently spotted multiple times reaching into the bag of tiles for new letters, and then reaching back in again for different tiles after looking at what he’d gotten. It’s the Scrabble equivalent of double-dipping, and a big no-no in the competitive circuit.
— Mashable (@mashable) November 14, 2017