Pinafore floral plantings - click for new window.
St. Thomas is a pleasant, smaller city of
over 30,000 located just a few minutes drive
from London, (population 300,000+), to the
North, and the popular Lake Erie beach
town of Port Stanley to the South.

You'll find St. Thomas to be "small-town
friendly", but big enough to have everything
you want in the way of shopping,
restaurants, bars and clubs, movies, and
places to stay.

Check the links below for info.
Read Dennis' article about life in
St. Thomas written for and
published in the St. Thomas
Times Journal...
HERE
ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO
St. Thomas Links
Waterworks Park
and Pinafore Park
are well worth the
visit when in St.
Thomas... well
known for both
their flora and fauna.
THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE
World famous Thomas has  made yearly  
trips since 2005 to St. Thomas, Canada's
"Railway Capital",  to visit with thousands
of fans!
 INFO & TICKETS
Thomas - Dennis Kalichuk photo
St. Thomas Courthouse by Dennis Kalichuk
Tito at Pinafore Park, St. Thomas
After 17 years as the
"Ambassador" of Pinafore Park
and friend to all park visitors...
Tito left us on November 20,
2007.  We'll miss your kisses
pal.
p.s.  Tito has been inducted
as an "Honourary Mascot" in
Dennis' St. Thomas
Hall of
Fame...
Alma College by Dennis Kalichuk - click
St. Thomas now has our own micro
brewery beer!  A number of  varieties
that truly have their own great unique
taste.  Pick it up at their Brewery or
look for it in selected pubs, restaurants
and Ontario beer retailers.   
www.railwaycitybrewing.com
St. Thomas Ontario murals
St. Thomas has
11 murals on
and just off the
main downtown
street - Talbot
St.!

Click photo for a
preview and
locations.
Pinafore Park and
Waterworks parks
are home to splash
pads and play
equipment for the
kids...
plus picnic areas
and beautiful
flora & fauna.
Waterworks Park, St. Thomas - click for info
The St. Thomas Jumbo monument
St. Thomas is
well known as
the place
where the
world's most
famous
elephant -
Jumbo, was
killed on
railway tracks
by a train, in
1885.
Dennis Kalichuk
Pinafore Park St. Thomas splash pad
for
St. Thomas
Park
info.
Alma College Fire - watercolour CLICK picture