SUNDAY (OCT. 14)
TIMMINS MUSEUM: “Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote” was a phrase attributed to Manitoba’s Premier Sir Rodmond Roblin during a heated exchange with suffragist Nellie McClung. Now it’s the title of an exhibit developed by The Manitoba Museum which outlines the historical context of the Suffragist movement and commemorates the 100th anniversary of (most) women in Manitoba winning the right to vote. The exhibit is currently being shown at the Timmins Museum and will be on display until Nov. 30.
ART IN THE PROMENADE: The acrylic artwork of Bridgitte Dumouchel will be on display in the promenade at Timmins and District Hospital until Oct. 26. Proceeds from any sales of these works on display will go towards the TADH Foundation.
FEEDING THOSE IN NEED: Project LOVE is an outreach program of Mountjoy United Church which offers a supper meal 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. to those who are homeless or struggling to keep a roof over their head. Please use the First Ave. entrance of 202 Mountjoy St. S.
FOR THOSE IN NEED: The Donation Room is open every Sunday from 11 to 12:30 at the Salvation Army in Timmins, located 261 Third Ave.
HEARST: Narcotics Anonymous Libre de Vivre group meets in Hearst at Maison Renaissance, 924 Halle Rd. at 8 p.m. Closed-discussion meeting. Help line 1-888-811-3887.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS: The Why Are We Here group meets Thursday, Friday and Sunday at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Church at 331 Fifth Ave. in Timmins. Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY: The Timmins and District Hospital Gift Shop is open today from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.