Sept. 15 diNNeR: Ladies auxiliary to Legion Branch 23 serves hot hamburger sandwich, fries or mashed, veggie, coffee or tea for $9.50 from 4:30-7. Ramblin Fever entertains from 7-11. Meat draw at 5. Catch the Ace tickets available from 3:30 – 6:30 with the draw at 7 p.m. ChARitY GolF: PLAYS (Parents Lending Autistic Youth Support Association and Rebuilt Resources Skills Development Inc.) 6th annual Glow in the Dark Charity Golf Tournament benefiting youth with autism in North Bay and area by raising money for respite services, programs and promoting autism awareness. Begins at 6 p.m. at Pinewood Golf Course at Ramada Resort with a barbecue and meet and greet. Four person, nine hole scramble, shotgun start at 7:30 p.m. Cost per team $350, individual golfers are welcome at $100. Pay by Aug. 31 to receive early bird discount $25 off per team or $15 of for a single. Contact Kimberly Kelly-Cyr or Shannon Berger at 705-477-3643 or email@example.com Sept. 16 QuiltiNG ClASS: Saturday sampler with Kim Boaro at 250 Clark St., Powassan. Monthly quilting classes that end in June with a finished quilt top 10:30 a.m. diNNeR/dANCe: North Bay Golden Age Club Canada Day Celebration dinner and dance with music by Keith Whitfield. Tickets by reservation only members $25, non-members $30. Sale date Aug. 31 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 17 ZuMBA: Class at 250 Clark St., Powassan with Katie Forth 7 p.m. High energy and lots of fun. teRRY FoX RuN: The 37th annual Terry Fox Run takes place from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the North Bay Waterfront Rotary Pavilion. Join this fun run and help support cancer research in Canada. No minimum donation and the run is not timed. Everyone welcome. leGioN WeeK: The week kicks off at Legion Branch 23 with Sunday Seniors Supper. Social at 4:30 p.m. Roast chicken supper with salad, mashed potatoes, veggie, bun, dessert, coffee and tea for $15 at 5:30 p.m. Week-long silent auction begins. Everyone is welcome to come. See what the Legion is all about. ChARitY WAlK: Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Bay and District holds its 3rd annual Walk for Kids’ Sake at the Be You Lounge in Northgate Shopping Centre. Onsite registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m. dediCAtioN: Everyone is invited to attend the Dedication of Redeemer’s church bench, commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation and the 150th Anniversary of Canada at Redeemer Lutheran Church 725 Ferguson St. at 3 p.m. Fellowship time follows dedication service. Sept. 18 luNCh BuFFet: Legion Branch 23 serves lunch buffet from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. for $10 featuring lasagna, honey garlic meatballs, rolls, mashed, Caesar salad, tossed salad, jello, tea or coffee. Everyone is welcome. MeetiNG: North Bay Horticultural Society welcomes everybody to their general meeting and social at 7 p.m. at 312 Greenwood Ave. The guest speakers are Mary Lawrence and Pat Madill discussing Dividing and Caring for Peonies. Guest speakers are followed by Q and A’s with the Master Gardeners. Guests and new members always welcome. Sept. 19 WAteRColouR: Wonderful Watercolour Workshop at 250 Clark St., Powassan with North Bay artist Sandra Reed 10 a.m. Advance signup please. NutRitioN WoRKShop: Sport North Bay hosts at nutrition workshop with Jennifer Sygo at Nipissing University Room F213 from 7-9 p.m. Sygo is a registered dietitian and sport nutritionist with Cleveland Clinic Canada, team dietitian for the Toronto Maple Leafs, nutrition consultant to the Toronto Raptors, team dietitian for Athletics, Triathlon, and Gymnastics Canada, nutrition columnist with the Toronto Star and National Post, best-selling author of Unmasking Superfoods. pANCAKe BReAKFASt: Legion Branch 23 hosts pancake breakfast from 8-10 a.m. for $6.50 and features pancakes, three bacon or sausage, juice coffee or tea. Come start your day on the sweet side. Sept. 20 FAShioN ShoW: The New Callander Library fundraising committee is hosts a fall fashion show and luncheon from noon-3 p.m. at Osprey Links Golf Club. You can choose from three tastetempting meals and enjoy a fashion show hosted by Bonnie Kraemer of Not Clydes in Mattawa. Tickets are available at the Callander Library only and are $55 per person with a $28 charitable receipt. Only 80 tickets available and they are going fast. Help us build a library that will meet the community’s needs. Check the library website and Facebook for meal details. GeNeRAl MeetiNG: Callander Horticultural Society meets. Guest speaker Rupert Weimer talks about cacti and succulents. Master Gardener available for questions, social to follow. Meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the community centre, Swale Street. houSiNG CRiSiS RAllY: The Nowhere to Turn Fall Rally takes place at Leger Square, City Hall, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in support of adults with developmental disabilities who are in crisis due to lack of housing and funding. The rally includes guest speakers such as Mayor Al McDonald. According the the events’ Facebook page “To get a room in a supported living group home, it’s a 25-year waitlist, the longest in the country. This means homeless shelters and nursing homes are full of people with developmental disabilities and some are transient and homeless, vulnerable and living on the streets. 95% of adults with developmental disabilities are unemployed because the government has not committed to an inclusive job strategy. This means poverty.” Everyone is encouraged to attend the rally to help make Ontario a better place for loved ones with developmental disabilities. tuRKeY SuppeR: Carmichael United Church 4 to 6:30 p.m., 521 Four Mile Lake Rd. (705) 472-5931 Tickets at door: $12 adults, $6 children 6 to 12, free for those under 6. All welcome. Sept. 21 CiRCA: Live History, an international touring site-specific theatre company and the Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence present Circa, escape room historical theatre from 6-8 p.m. Tickets, $15, available at the Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence, by phone at 705-494-2011 or email aerospace. firstname.lastname@example.org pipe BANd: Legion Branch 23 welcomes the public to come out and enjoy the pipe band at the Legion starting at 7:30 p.m. and join members for coffee or tea and cake. The bar is also open at 6 p.m. Sept. 22 to Nov. 26 SouNdplAY FeStivAl: New Adventures in Sound Art presents SOUNDplay 2017, an interactive installation by James Kirkpatrick, works by Myriam Boucher and North Bay duo Hyperboreal (Dermot Wilson and Jason Brock), as well as workshops and a concert by visiting UK/Norway artist Natasha Barrett. Arts meet-ups Friday evenings beginning Sept. 22 offering a different presentation on the arts, as well as opportunities for people in the area to explore sound art for the first time through jams and other hands-on learning. Sept. 22 BAKe SAle: Legion Branch 23 holds a bake sale beginning at 11:30 a.m. tGiF diNNeR: West Ferris Legion 599 serves baked cheesy, meaty lasagne with garlic bread, Caesar salad, dessert and coffee/tea $12. leGioN WeeK: Legion Week continues at Branch 23 with a bake sale starting at 11:30 a.m. The ladies auxiliary serves cabbage rolls, fries or mashed, bun, coffee or tea for $9.50 from 4:30-7 p.m. Good Vibrations entertains from 7-11 p.m. Meat draw at 5 p.m. Catch the Ace tickets available from 3:30-6:30 p.m. with the draw at 7 p.m. teAM BuildiNG: In partnership with North Bay Escape Rooms the AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area presents the Amazing Escape Rooms Fundraiser from 11am-7pm. Teams of 2-8 collect pledges in support of ACNBA client services. Registration is $30 per player or players have the option of collecting pledges to cover their fee. There is a corporate challenge and a student challenge with a grand prize for the top earning team in each category. Register online at https://goo. gl/GsjmHZ Contact Mary White at email@example.com 705-4973560 ext. 200. Sept. 23 BRuNCh: The West Ferris community brunch takes place from 9-10:30 a.m. at Emmanuel United Church, 395 Lakeshore Dr. Bring friends out to enjoy free pancakes and sausages with all of the trimmings. leGioN WeeK eNdS: To finish up Legion week Branch 23 has live entertainment provided by Murphy’s Law from 3-7 p.m. and a barbecue from 4:30-6:30 p.m. with hotdogs, hamburgers, sausages and corn on the cob all individually priced. Silent auction ends at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.