Throughout history, the mighty Niagara has attracted many daredevils and thrill seekers with its immense power and might. In the early days of stunting, most of the activity was in the form of funambulism, more commonly known as tightrope walking. Today, I will focus instead on Captain Matthew Webb, who, at the time, was the most famous swimmer in the world.
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As we begin to enjoy some hot, sunny weather, and the youth of the city enjoy their first full week of summer holidays, we might begin to ponder potential family vacations.
Niagara Falls Public Library is hosting "Let's Talk About Reconciliation": A film screening and dialogue to bring Indigenous and non-indigenous people together in a spirit of openness and mutual discovery, and to inform and educate the general public about the realities and aspirations of Indigenous people.
In a fairly recent CNBC web post, reporter Marguerite Ward lists the 7 habits of highly successful people.
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In 2018, it is not out of the ordinary to spot various flying machines over both the Niagara River and the falls. Various aircraft and helicopters offer flying tours to both residents and visitors alike.
This was certainly not the case in 1911, when the age of flight arrived in Niagara Falls with "The Master Birdman" and his Curtiss biplane.
This June, there are exciting things for customers of all ages at your Niagara Falls Public Library!