EXCHANGE: Annual ski and snowboard exchange 9 am-2 pm at the Fur Harvesters Building,
1867 Bond St. The cheapest way to get equipment for the season. Equipment drop-off time Nov. 5-9 pm. Equipment/money pickup time Nov. 10 4-7 pm. Cash or cheques only.
ART CLASS: Rouge painting class with Joy Osborne 2 pm at 250 Clark St. Sign up at 705-724-2813.
BRUNCH: West Ferris Community brunch 9-10:30 am at St. John’s Anglican Church, 301 Main St. E. Bring your friends for free pancakes and sausages with all the trimmings.
BAZAAR: Christmas tea and bazaar 1-3:30 pm at Trinity United Church, 111 Mcintyre St. E. Sewing, knitting, white elephant table, children’s table, baking and crafts.
MUSIC: Country music 3-6 pm at The Fraser Tavern with Richard Kennedy and the Skweeky Wheel Band. Good-time fiddle and country music. No cover.
BAZAAR: Christmas tea and bazaar 11:30 am-1pm at Omond Memorial United Church. Bake table, Christmas decorations, silent auction. Tickets $6. Everyone welcome. BAZAAR: Trout Creek CWL bazaar and lunch 9 am-1:30 pm at the Trout Creek Community Centre. Soup and sandwich lunch $6. Christmas crafts, sewing, knitting, jewelry, leggings, baking, maple syrup, folk art. For more information call Jo-ann at 705-723-5664.
LUNCHEON: Fall(ing) into Christmas 10 am-2 pm St. Alphonsus Ligouri, 163 High St., Callander.
ART EXHIBIT: Petit Noel art exhibit and sale opening reception 2-4pm at the Alex Dufresne Gallery, 107 Lansdowne St. E., Callander. Art show features small works by more than 30 local artists, potters and artisans. On display until Dec. 22. Hours are Thursday-sunday 10 am-5 pm. For questions, call 705-7522282 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More details at www.mycallander. ca/gallery.
BRUNCH: Jocko Point brunch at the Jocko Point Community Centre. The all-you-can-eat buffet includes the usual breakfast items, plus salads, hot lunch dishes, desserts, juice and coffee or tea. Adults $11, children 7-12 $4, children 6 and younger free. For more information, call 705-7534281.
OPERATION WARMTH: Operation Warmth at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Tuesday to Friday 9 am-noon, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 6:30-8 pm. Winter clothing can be dropped off from now until Nov. 21 in the big red box outside.
MUSIC: Jazz at the Junction presents David Laronde Band 7-9:30 pm at West Ferris Legion. Come out and enjoy an evening of original hits from this Northern Ontario singer/songwriter. Light snacks and bar service available. Admission $10 members, $15 nonmembers, supporting membership $50 annually. For more information visit www.nippsjazz.com, or www. facebook.com/nippsjazz or email email@example.com.
ART CLASS: Hot mess canvas and potluck 6 pm at 250 Clark St. Sign up for an art class, bring some dinner to share. Call 705-724-2813 to register. SILENT AUCTION: Countdown to Christmas silent auction 6:30 pm at Holy Name Church. Live music and silent auction, with proceeds going
to post-secondary scholarships for local women. All welcome. For more information, see www.cfuwnorthbay.ca.
SUPPORT GROUP: Nipissing multiple myeloma support group first meeting. This new support group will be an opportunity to meet other patients and caregivers from the local community and learn the latest developments in myeloma research and symptom management from local experts. For more details, contact group leader Denyse De Bernardi at 705-8409527.
FESTIVAL: Festival of Trees Blue Sky Region silent auction and public viewing 1-8 pm at the North Bay Golf and Country Club. Festival proceeds benefit the PADDLE program, and the North Bay Regional Health Centre Foundation’s Cancer Care, Close to Home campaign. Free admission.
WALK: Share the Journey/ Development and Peace walk In solidarity with the 68.5 million children, women and men who have been forced to flee their homes 10 am-1:30 pm at St. Peter’s Church, 299 Airport Rd. Lunch provided. Everyone welcome. For more information, call 705-474-5379.
DINNER: Turkey supper 4:30-6:45 pm at St. Andrew’s United Church. Adults $16, children 6-11 $7, children 5 and younger free. For tickets and sitting times contact Frankie Syme 705-472-3172.