Weekly Roundup: March 20-26

Monday, March 20 Cooking Class/Dinner: Ravioli – Interactive cooking class and dinner to kick off RAVIOLI WEEK! Learn to make ravioli with the BEST – our chefs, obviously!!  Due to much interest for this event, we have decided to up the capacity to 50 people and we will host it in our Event Hall. Tickets are now on sale for $65 and can be purchased in-house or over the phone, with a credit card. This ticket includes: Hands-on cooking instruction from our chefs, Francesco and Claudio, a full service, interactive dinner. You will also get to take the ravioli that you make......

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LOL COMEDY FESTIVAL ROUND UP

It’s the most hilarious time of the year in the happiest city in Canada! Laugh Out Loud (LOL) Comedy Festival is here to help you shake off the winter chills with a line-up of comics sure to have you busting a gut. They kick off the festival with a SOLD OUT evening of Letter Kenny Comedy (fresh off their hat trick win at the Canadian Screen Awards earlier this month) and ends with the always outrageous Lisa Lampaneli. Club shows at the Durham Social will be a great chance to see a variety of comics from LOL’s carefully selected......

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Music Spotlight: Mimi O'Bonsawin

Mimi O’Bonsawin is a Canadian Roots artist from Northern Ontario who began as a young singer-songwriter and released her debut album in 2014. Mimi is releasing her new particularly intimate full-length titled ‘Connected’ Today, Thursday March 16th, accompanied by touring and songwriting workshops . Who are your musical influences? I listen to a lot of music and my influences are always changing. I go through periods where I only listen to one artist for 2-3 months, then move on to another. My main influences are Bob Marley, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Ben Harper, John Butler Trio, Gary Clark Jr., Bill Withers, Noah Gundersen, Robbie......

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Willing to Fail
Lifestyle |
March 15, 2017

Willing to Fail

I know you’re going to find this hard to believe but when I was 2 years old I was riding a bike without training wheels. I don’t remember any of this, but the way my mom tells the story is that I would run beside the bike and when it picked up an appropriate amount of speed I would jump on the seat and cruise around the mean street I grew up on. Actually it was a crescent, Chestnut Crescent to be precise. I promise I’m not taking this opportunity (just) to brag, although I do think it’s pretty......

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St. Patrick’s Day Round Up

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and we have the ins and outs of what is happening on March 17th in Sudbury!  A day when everyone gets to be Irish and a great excuse to grab some pals for a brew – and it event falls on a weekend this year! So channel your inner Hulk and think green, drink green, have fun and be safe! Peddler’s Pub – A classic outing on this Irish holiday!  The doors open at 11am and there will be live music beginning at 2pm. Cost: $10 – 11AM – 2AM @......

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Northern Ontario Microbrew Festival

If you follow us on social media you probably saw that we were at the Northern Ontario Microbrew Festival all weekend and if you weren’t there, you really missed out! It was such a great time – props to the team over at Stack Brewing for putting on such a kick ass event! We’re already looking forward to next years. I’m still a relatively new craft beer drinker but I was super impressed by every single beer I tried over the two days. I tried to check out at least one from every single brewery. The most interesting beer......

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Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op Celebrates Girl Power for International Women’s Day!

On March 8th, Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op hosted their monthly WomenInFilmWednesday series, however March’s edition was a special one, as it happened to fall on International Women’s Day! Beth Mairs, director of Indie Cinema, gave us all the details about the event, the film screening, and why it is important to be a feminist in 2017. International Women’s Day was March 8th, which also happened to be the same day as your WomeninFilmWednesday event! Can you tell us the details of what Indie Cinema had planned? What films were screened? We screened THE WORLD BEFORE HER by Nisha Pahuja.......

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Weekly Roundup: March 13-19

Monday, March 13 Girls Night Out: The Art of Antipasti – Invite your BFFs and join Stephanie as she shows you how to make a variety of Italian-inspired small plates that are sure to impress – from making jam and confit to creating unique sauces. Plus, you’ll discover how easy it can be to make pizza dough from scratch. Recipes include: Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp with Salsa Verde Dipping Sauce, Pizzettes with Fresh Mozzarella and Sweet Pepper Confit, Warm Baked Olives with Orange and Fennel, Crostini with Homemade Fig Jam and Gorgonzola. Cost:$70 – 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. @ Kitchen......

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The Paranormal Show: An evening of hypnosis, mind-reading and psychokinesis.

Have you ever seen anyone move an object with their mind? Head over to Little Montreal on Saturday, April 1st for The Paranormal Show – a spectacular assortment of Supernatural feats. Witness the Wunderkammer, a 17th Century Cabinet of Wonders that will have you questioning reality and pondering the unexplainable. If you’re interested in witnessing hypnosis, mind-reading, psychokenesis and Russian Roulette with a 9-inch spike, you’re going to want to get your tickets now. Created by Scott, McClelland, The Paranormal Show is the only one of its kind and has been showcased on The Discover Channel, TLC, and A&E......

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March Break Roundup
Events |
March 10, 2017

March Break Roundup

March Break is here and if you’re looking for something fun to do with the kids this week, we’ve rounded up some of the great March Break camps happening in Sudbury! March Break Outdoor Survival Skills Camp – Join Sudbury BBJ & Muay Thai Academy for their Outdoor Survival Skills and Bullyproof Camp! Each day is split between having fun indoors learning real world self defense and verbal bullyproof skills and outdoors learning wilderness survival skills from Officer Mitch Turcott, a conservation officer with over 30 years experience in the outdoors! Early bird price is $179 per child for......

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