Events


Weekend Roundup: August 5-7

Friday, August 5 The Pink Floyd Night does The Wall – The Pink Floyd Night performs “The Wall” on Grey Street. Some of Sudbury’s best musicians have been putting together this Pink Floyd night for a few years. People wept openly the first time they watched Anita nail The Great Gig in the Sky. They have done complete renditions of Dark Side, Obscured by Clouds, Atom Heart Mother, Wish You Were Here and Animals… most of Piper at the Gates… the one that has eluded the band is now coming. Cost: $15 – 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. @ The Townehouse......

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Weekend Roundup: July 29-31

Friday, July 29 The Asylum Grand Opening Party – Cost: $5 – 8:00 p.m. @ The Asylum Sudbury – 19 Regent Street Comedy Go – Comedy Show – Charge your phones. and hang on to your Pokeballs. Its Sudburys longest running, and frankly, best comedy show in town. There will be at least 12 Joke-erons slinging the hottest level 50 jokes in a all out Comedy Brawl, to determine who is the best Joke Trainer around. And you decide the winner!! Cost: $10 – 9:00 p.m. @ Little Montreal – 182 Elgin Street The Dead Fibres / Blueshift / This Harbour / Mon Frère......

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Weekend Roundup: July 22-24

Friday, July 22 24th Annual Sudbury Greek Festival – It’s OPA! Time again — That’s right Greater Sudbury!!! The Greek Festival is shortly upon us and the parishioners of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church welcome you once again to come and experience Greek Culture at its best at the 24th annual Greek Festival. Located just off the shores of St. Charles Lake, we invite you to come and eat, drink and listen to what Greece has to offer. Rain or Shine we’ll be open with free admission and parking. Just remember it’s a CASH ONLY festival. ALSO, The Hellenic Youth Dancers......

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Weekend Roundup: July 15-17

Friday, July 15 Shrek the Musical JR: Sudbury Edition – Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical JR., based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fantastic Broadway musical. It’s a “big bright beautiful world” as everyone’s favorite ogre, Shrek, leads a cast of fairytale misfits on an adventure to rescue a princess and find true acceptance. Part romance and part twisted fairy tale, Shrek JR. is an irreverently fun show with a powerful message for the whole family. Tickets: $10 for adults | $8 for students and seniors – 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. @......

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Our Crater Launch Party Sponsors!

Have you heard? Our Crater is hosting our official launch party this Saturday, July 16th at the Durham Social! There will be beer tasting provided by Stack Brewing, amazing music from probably the greatest musical lineup and so many prizes from all of these guys. If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, that’s okay – we forgive you – but you can get them here. So do it before it’s too late and you miss out on the party of the summer! Jess is a vegan blogger sharing a little about some of the vegan eats, vegan sweets and......

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Northern Lights Festival Boreal Lineup: July 8-10

Friday, July 8 Northern Lights Festival Boréal 2016 – DAY 1 – FRIDAY SCHEDULE FEATURING HEADLINER BAHAMAS with: Murder Murder – Anique Granger & Mélanie Brulée – Union Duke – Chuck and Catherine Roberts – Martine Fortin – Collective Roots – Josh Turnbull – Dawyne’s Backwood Blues – Pretty Archie. 5:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. @ Bell Park  Saturday, July 9 Northern Lights Festival Boréal 2016 – DAY 2 – SATURDAY SCHEDULE FEATURING HEADLINER NATALIE MACMASTER & DONNELL LEAHY with: Digging Roots – Afrikelektro – Les Hotesses d’Hilaire  – Union Duke – Sun K – Matt Foy – Kate Maki – Fred Squire- Brian Dunn – Sheesham & Lotus & Son – Mandala – Hugh Jazz – Fagroongala – Josh Turnbull – Martine Fortin – Collective Roots – Cindy......

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WHO TO SEE AT NLFB 45!

The best part of going to a music festival has to be discovering an act you’ve never heard of before and falling in love with them live on a stage in front of you! It’s all a part of the “festival magic”, the music, food, art – its like being in another world! Northern Lights Festival Boréal is coming up quick with the 45th edition of the festival hitting Bell Park July 8-10. This year’s event boasts a stellar line up of headliners featuring Bahamas, Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy and Steven Page but part of the fun is......

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Canada Day Event Roundup

Canada Day at the Museum – Join NORMHC as it celebrates Canada Day and the 100th anniversary of the museum house. Free admission, live music, and fireworks to cap of the night. BBQ and Beer Tent on site.  10:00 a.m. @ Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre – 26 Bloor Street, Capreol.  Multicultural Canada Day Celebration – The Sudbury Multicultural and Folk Arts Association cordially extends an inviation to the Sudbury community as we commence the celebration of Canada’s 149th birthday at the Sudbury Arena. The City of Greater Sudbury Police Serices Pipe Band will launch the commencement of these......

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NLFB ARTIST PROFILE: NATALIE MACMASTER & DONNELL LEAHY

When: Saturday July 9th, 2016 – 10:30 p.m. – Tickets  Origin: Troy, Nova Scotia  Genres:  Celtic, Dance, East-Coast, Fiddle, Folk, Traditional  Discography: One (2015) MacMaster, an acclaimed Canadian fiddle legend and Leahy the leader of the award winning family band aptly named Leahy both NLFB veterans return to the stage for the festivals 45th anniversary! Joined together by marriage now their debut collaborative album One brings the ‘first couple of contemporary Celtic music’ on stage together! Electrifying audiences with passion and exuberance, this mesmerizing fiddling duo bring the tradition of their Cape Breton Island roots to life!  Performing not only new material from......

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Weekly Roundup: June 27-July 1

Monday, June 27 Open Resume Clinic – We offer 15-minute walk-in visits for quick résumé and cover letter critiques, on-the-spot job search advice, overview of services, and introductory career decision-making guidance. Walk-ins are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Career Centre in room 2409. No appointment necessary. A paper (hard) copy of any documents (cover letter, resume, etc.) to be reviewed is required. 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. @ Cambrian College – 1400 Barrydowne Road Tuesday, June 28 STN: Loves John Cusack – 3 rounds of 15 questions, and one bonus question per round. Pages are marked a-la grade 5......

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