COM­Mu­NITy LIsT­INgs

North Bay Nugget - - OPINION -

oct. 12

eD­U­cA­tion niGHt: 7-8 p.m. at Dis­cov­ery North Bay Mu­seum, Canadian Pa­cific Gallery, 100 Fer­gu­son St., You are in­vited to a free evening of ed­u­ca­tion with the North Bay Heritage Gar­den­ers and Mas­ter Gar­den­ers of North Bay. The topic is In­tro­duc­tion to sus­tain­able gar­den prac­tices with Mas­ter Gar­den­ers Lynn Far­in­tosh, Faith Bald­win and Peggy Avery. Mas­ter Gar­den­ers are vol­un­teers who of­fer an abun­dance of gar­den­ing knowl­edge and have ex­ten­sively stud­ied hor­ti­cul­ture. Par­tic­i­pants are asked to pre-reg­is­ter by noon Wed­nes­day by call­ing 705-472-4006 or email­ing heritage.gar­den­ers@ her­itagenorth­bay.com oct. 13 JAM niGHt: Fri­day night jam ses­sion at Cor­beil Four Sea­sons Club. If you love to play an in­stru­ment, sing or just love mu­sic, Cor­beil Four Sea­sons is the place you want to be. All are wel­come DinneR: The men’s group at St. John the Di­vine Angli­can Church, 301 Main St. E. hosts an all-you-can-eat ham and scal­loped potato dinner from 5-7 p.m. En­joy ham, scal­loped pota­toes, coleslaw, dessert and a drink. Adults $12, stu­dents $9, chil­dren ages six to 12 $5, and chil­dren un­der six eat free. Gluten­free op­tion avail­able. DinneR: Chalmers United Church, South River holds its chicken ‘n’ ribs dinner at the church from 6-7 p.m. Every­one wel­come. DinneR: The ladies aux­il­iary to Le­gion Branch 23 serves cab­bage rolls with mashed or fries, veg­gie and tea or cof­fee for $9.50from 4:30-7 p.m. Meat draw at 5 p.m. Mur­phy’s Law en­ter­tains from 7-11 p.m. Catch the Ace tick­ets on sale from 3:306:30 p.m. with the draw at 7 p.m. tGiF DinneR: West Fer­ris Le­gion serves Oc­to­ber­fest sausage with sauerkraut (op­tional), Ger­man potato salad, Ger­man green beans, salad, pumper­nickel bread, dessert, cof­fee and tea for $12. oct. 14 BRUncH: The West Fer­ris com­mu­nity brunch takes place from 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. at St. John’s Angli­can Church, 301 Main St. E. Bring your friends for free pan­cakes and sausages with all the trim­mings. DARts: Cor­beil Four Sea­sons Club hosts Satur­day fun darts with reg­is­tra­tion at noon. Game starts at 1 p.m. Cost is only $2. DAnce: Cor­beil Four Sea­sons Club hosts a ‘50s and ‘60s dance. Tick­ets are $10 and avail­able by call­ing Claire at 705-495-9477. Doors open at 7 p.m. Hot dogs, French fries and milk­shake floats avail­able. Live en­ter­tain­ment by J.R. Au­bertin. Dress up in your best out­fit and come and have some fun. RocK­toBeRFest: The North Bay Real Es­tate Board, in sup­port of the North Bay Food Bank, hosts live en­ter­tain­ment fea­tur­ing Mur­der Mur­der, Main Street Echo, Peter Cliche Band, David Dino White, Ben Her­mann, Rose-Erin Stokes, Grooove, Cole Fournier and more on Main Street be­tween Fraser and Fer­gu­son from 2-10 p.m. Ad­mis­sion is a non-per­ish­able food dona­tion. FUnDRAis­inG con­ceRt: Oc­to­ber is breast cancer aware­ness month and sev­eral per­form­ers have com­bined to pro­duce a terrific show at Trin­ity United Church in sup­port of breast cancer re­search. The lineup in­cludes The Brian Risk Band, Jen­nifer Plum­mer, Erik James Fau­con, Wid­di­field Per­form­ing Arts the Wild­cats will be shar­ing their vo­cal troupe to sup­port this show, and Rod Car­ley. 7:30 p.m. Tick­ets avail­able at the door $10 min­i­mum dona­tion ($20 or more in­cludes a tax re­ceipt) RUMMAGe sAle: Omond Memo­rial United Church, 319 McKen­zie Ave., rummage sale from 9 a.m.-noon great se­lec­tion of fall and win­ter cloth­ing, shoes, hats, purses, jew­elry and more. tUR­KeY sUP­PeR: Chisholm United Church hosts its an­nual tur­key sup­per from 4:30-7 p.m. Every­one wel­come. oct. 15 oUR Hos­Pi­tAl WAlK/RUn: Walk, run or vol­un­teer to help pur­chase new med­i­cal equip­ment for the com­mu­nity. Reg­is­ter at OurHospi­talWalkRun.ca. oct. 16 Meet­inG: The North Bay Horticultural So­ci­ety meets at 312 Green­wood Ave., 7 p.m. The meet­ing and so­cial will be fol­lowed by guest speaker Dielle Ray­mond, doc­tor of natur­o­pathic medicine who dis­cusses how lo­cal foods are “su­per­foods” with em­pha­sis on hor­mone balance, im­mune sys­tem balance and heal­ing the di­ges­tive track. Guest speaker is fol­lowed by Q &A with Mas­ter Gar­den­ers. Guests and new mem­bers are wel­come. oct. 17 WoRK­sHoP: Grow­ing trees in­doors and re­cy­cled veg­gies with Julie Hordyk at 250 Clark in Powas­san 6:30 p.m. Bring the kids. Free lemon and av­o­cado trees to give away. WoRK­sHoP: Grow­ing trees in­doors and re­cy­cled veg­gies with Julie Hordyk at 250 Clark in Powas­san 6:30 p.m. Bring the kids. Free lemon and av­o­cado trees to give away. oct. 18 Meet­inG: The Canadian Fed­er­a­tion Univer­sity Women North Bay in­vites you to its monthly meet­ing at 6:30 p.m., Ce­men­ta­tion (back door). Speaker Ma­jor B. Tins­ley dis­cusses women in the mil­i­tary. Guests wel­come. www.cfuwnorth­bay.ca tecH tAlK: The Busi­ness Cen­tre Nipiss­ing Parry Sound Inc.’s Busi­ness Week event has a tech­nol­ogy theme, and will show­case six busi­nesses from North Bay. The panel event, at the Grande Event Cen­tre from 8-10 a.m., fea­tures a mod­er­ated panel dis­cus­sion along with tips and advice for ex­ist­ing and fu­ture en­trepreneurs. Fea­tured busi­nesses for the Tech Talk event in­clude Buzzmas­ters.ca, The Game of Things, Hard Hat Hunter, Moore De­vel­op­ment and Tangr and VS Group. The event is free but reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired be­fore 4:30 p.m. Fri­day. Con­tact Michelle Hong at The Busi­ness Cen­tre by call­ing 705-474-0400 ext. 2528. Gen­eRAl Meet­inG: Cal­lan­der Horticultural So­ci­ety meets. Guest speak­ers Gary and Linda McFadyen chat about mi­cro greens. Mas­ter Gar­dener avail­able for ques­tions, so­cial to fol­low. Meet­ing be­gins at 7 p.m. Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Swale Street. oct. 19 WoRK­sHoP: Wa­ter­colour and draw­ing work­shop with San­dra Reed at 250 Clark in Powas­san 10 a.m. Drop in. WoRK­sHoP: Wa­ter­colour Work­shop with San­dra Reed at 250 Clark in Powas­san 10 a.m. Drop in. oct. 20 DinneR: The ladies aux­il­iary to Le­gion Branch 23 serves hot ham­burger sand­wich with mashed or fries, veg­gie and tea or cof­fee for $9.50 from 4:30-7 p.m. Meat draw at 5 p.m. Ram­blin Fever en­ter­tains from 7-11 p.m. Catch the Ace tick­ets on sale from 3:30-6:30 p.m. with the draw at 7 p.m. sPAGHetti sUP­PeR: Christ Church Angli­can, 312 Green­wood Ave., serves spaghetti sup­per from 5-7 p.m. En­joy spaghetti with veg­gie or meat sauce, salad, rolls, dessert, and tea or cof­fee for just $12 per per­son. tGiF DinneR: West Fer­ris Le­gion serves bar­be­cued chicken quar­ters with mash pota­toes, veg­gies, salad, roll, dessert, cof­fee or tea for $12. oct. 21 AWARDs: Powas­san Fall Fair Awards and Vol­un­teer Ap­pre­ci­a­tion Night, 7 p.m. up­stairs at the Powas­san Arena. Adult and child prizes awarded, light snacks and re­fresh­ments pro­vided, silent auc­tion, door prizes. coUn­tRY MAti­nee: The Fraser Tav­ern, 680 Fraser St., presents Richard Kennedy and The Sk­weeky Wheel Band. 3-6 p.m. Good time fid­dle and coun­try mu­sic. No cover. Well­ness FAiR: Women’s Well­ness Fair at 250 Clark in Powas­san 9 a.m.-2 p.m. In­spir­ing talks, health in­for­ma­tion and pam­per­ing. See www.250clark.ca oct. 22 eUcHRe: A bid euchre tour­na­ment takes place at Cor­beil Park Hall, 392 Hwy 94, Cor­beil. Reg­is­tra­tion from 11 a.m.-noon. Lunch served at noon and the game be­gins at 1 p.m. Cost $10. Please pre-reg­is­ter by Oct. 18 by con­tact­ing Marie at 705-7524297.

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