Downtown Farmers Market Open This Saturday
Every Saturday June 10 - October 14 2017
8am - 2pm
Dowtown Sudbury, Across from the Sudbury Arena
Outdoor market with live entertainment, fresh local produce and goods.
One Sky Maker Events for September
One Sky 125 Durham Street Sudbury, ON, P3E 3M9 Canada
Saturday, September 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Basket-Making Workshop with Terryl Ryan:
DIY Market Basket. Just in time for harvest!
All supplies included.
$75 + HST
Bring a lunch!
Availability limited to 10.
Pre pay required at One Sky.
Wednesday, Sept 20, 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Wet-Felting Workshop with Lisa Centis
Learn how to wet-felt with raw wool, and make a wrap for your soap that acts as a scrub.
All supplies included. Workshoppers can also choose a bar of soap, included in price.
Availability limited to 10.
Pre pay required at One Sky.
Monday, Sept. 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Soap-Making Workshop with Robin Boulet
Learn the basics of making soap. All supplies included to make 4 bars of soap, with your creative input on scents and colours!
Availability limited to 10.
Pre Pay required at One Sky.
Annual General Meeting - Myths and Mirrors - Sept 25th
Annual General Meeting
by Myths and Mirrors
Join us as we celebrate our activities of the past year and extend our appreciation to our members, sponsors, funders, community partners and participants.
WHERE: Victory Park (490 Frood Rd.)
WHEN: Monday, September 25th, 2017
6:00pm AGM Meeting
7:30pm Potluck Community Meal & Celebration
* Everyone is welcome. If you're unable to bring a dish, we'll have plenty of food to share!
Our annual general meeting is open to all, with voting privileges enjoyed by all adult members. Memberships can be purchased on our website, at the AGM, or from our office at 139 Durham St. during business hours. Membership fees are $10 annually.
RSVP your attendance to Alexandra Dean at (705) 222-1305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BECOME A BOARD MEMBER! We’re currently seeking new people to join our board of directors! Submit your resume or nominate someone you know by Monday, September 18th.
Heather Dubbeldam Lecture: The Next Green - Innovation in Sustainable Housing - Sept 26th
September 26, 2017
McEwen School of Architecture - Lecture Hall
85 Elm Street
Heather Dubbeldam is the recipient of the 2016 Professional Prix de Rome in Architecture by the Canada Council, one of the oldest and most prestigious prizes in architecture, created to recognize outstanding achievement in Canadian architecture. Her practice has been using the prize to support their research project entitled ‘The Next Green – Innovation in Sustainable Housing’, which entails travel to Scandinavia and Germany to study sustainable housing precedents and research for northern climates. Dubbeldam’s broad areas of study include a focus on innovative sustainable design as an architectural driver, exploring how architects in Nordic countries set new standards for sustainable buildings while developing a unique spatial and artistic architectural language in which energy efficiency and design merge seamlessly. Heather will be presenting her firm’s Prix de Rome research to date as well as a selection of her firm’s past and current project that are influenced by this ongoing research.
Presented by the Northern Ontario Society of Architects (NOSA)
Note: Seating is limited and first come, first served.
Legalization of Marijuana: evidence-based decision or reefer madness? - Sept 26th
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 7:30 p.m.
Taphouse Northern Grill + Pub
1500 Regent St, Sudbury, ON
FREE! (No registration required)
As the Government of Canada aims to legalize marijuana by July 1st 2018, many questions still loom about benefits, risks, enforcement, and scientific evidence. Since 1997, public opinion polls have found that an increasing majority of Canadians agree that, “Smoking marijuana should not be a criminal offence.” Is this shift in public opinion supported by scientific evidence? Medical marijuana is currently used to treat a long list of health problems, but when we look at the scientific evidence, the list gets very short. There is also evidence that marijuana can have negative effects on brain development, especially in teenagers. Marijuana researchers in Canada are held back by current regulations and more research is needed. With one of the world’s highest consumption rates and immanent legalization in Canada, are our scientists poised to become world leaders in marijuana research?
Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Science
Clinical Supervisor, Bodystream Medical Marijuana
3rd Annual MS Fall Fair At Freskiws - Sept 30 & Oct 1
3rd Annual MS Fall Fair At Freskiws
September 30 & Oct 1
11am to 4pm
Address: 2093 Skead Rd, Garson, ON P3L 1V6
Phone: (705) 693-7269
Over 70 Vendors – Arts & Crafts, Home Business and More
Mystical Mary Card Readings
Lots of food! Fresh Pumpkins, Apples, & Live Music!
Admission: $3 per Adult ( Kids no charge)
Inside the Greenhouse – Rain or Shine!
Public Auction Sale - Oct 1st
212 Frood Road
Viewing starts at 11am
Auction starts at 12pm
SELLING: a great selection of Antiques, Collectibles, Memorabilia, Furniture, Coins, Costume Jewellery, Oil Lamps, Vintage Toys and much more.
Notes and Terms: Cash or check w/ ID.
HST and 5% buyers premium applies to all purchases.
Delivery services available.
Snack bar will be open for breakfast and lunch. Door prizes.
Parkinson Canada Northeastern Ontario - Oct 4th
Parkinson Canada Northeastern Ontario is proud to present
Steps and Stages
- Strength for Today … Hope for Tomorrow
Wednesday Oct 4th, 2017
United Steelworkers’ Hall and Conference Centre
66 Brady Street, Sudbury
Registration: 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Cost: $25 per person
(includes a warm lunch and refreshments)
Please register by email: email@example.com or call 1-800-565-3000, ext. 3317
Member Information Session - Impact of Proposed Casino - Oct 4th
October 4th 2017
6pm - 8pm
Respect Is Burning Supperclub
82 Durham St.
Sudbury, ON P3E 3M6
Approval has been received for the development of new Casinos in Northern Ontario and, as a result, we are facing the prospect of a large full casino being built in the City of Greater Sudbury by the Ontario Government.
The development of a full casino in the City of Greater Sudbury has been a topic raised from time to time over the years and has resulted in very emotional discussion from both supporters and non-supporters. This was last discussed in 2012 and since that time, a great deal of information and facts have become available.
Please join Downtown Sudbury for an important information session with Special Guest Tom Fortin, CasinoFreeSudbury. Tom will present findings, including statistics gathered from existing casinos throughout the province.
Starting a Creative Business - Workshop - Oct 6th
Starting a Creative Business
9:30am - 4:30pm
Cambrian College's Open Studio
93 Cedar Street
Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1A7
This one-day workshop provides the basic tools of creating, developing and putting together a solid creative business idea while beginning the process of constructing the accompanying business plan. Through interactive, reflective, left-brain and right-brain activities the participants get to step into the business mind frame and leave with the structure of their business more clearly defined.
· Step into the business mind frame.
· Build a bridge from creative professional to creative business.
· Clarify your business idea and direction and create the base of your business plan.
· Get to know your local business and creative sector supports and community.
“Starting a Creative Business” is an initiative of WorkInCultureto support creative professionals of diverse artistic disciplines who are thinking about building a creative enterprise.
WorkInCulture's presenting partner for this iteration of "Starting a Creative Business" is Cambrian College's Open Studio.
Tickets: $10 includes lunch and refreshments.
Settlement Services for Newcomers to Canada
Settlement services are meant to help new comers settle in their community and eventually become active or more active members of society.
We can help with various tasks and gear them towards the appropriate services, depending on their situation.
These are some examples:
Find work or go to school
Discover available government, community and health services
Find schools or daycare for children
Get their schooling recognized
Fill out forms or applications
Learn French or English
Apply for or renew health cards, permanent residency cards
No matter when they arrived in Canada, even if they got here many years ago, all new comers with permanent residency or refugee statuses qualify for our services.
AND IT’S FREE!!!
Please send them our way!
Thank you very much!
705-560-6673 extension 2785
Volunteer Drivers Needed to Deliver Meals
Enrich your life and your community. Your community needs you!
Drivers are needed to deliver meals Monday-Friday between 10:30am and 1pm. A delivery stipend is paid for each route, with most routes only 20-30kms roundtrip.
Being able to volunteer even once a month for a few hours would greatly benefit our services and clients. Help us to deliver a difference!
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