COM­MU­NITY LIST­INGS

The Sudbury Star - - COMMUNITY LISTINGS -

NOV. 15

WORK­SHOPS: The Sud­bury Vo­ca­tional Re­source Cen­tre, 124 Cedar St, 3rd floor,. is hold­ing a num­ber of em­ploy­ment-re­lated work­shops in Novem­ber and De­cem­ber. On Nov. 15, a Mas­ter­ing the Em­ploy­ment In­ter­view work­shop goes at 10 a.m. On Nov. 16, the SVRC is host­ing an in­for­ma­tion ses­sion en­ti­tled Plan A. Look­ing for RNs, RPNs and PSWs. Bring a copy of your re­sume. On Nov. 22, a So­cial Me­dia & Linked In work­shop will be held at 10 a.m. On Nov. 29, a Work­ing from Home work­shop will be held at 10 a.m. Fi­nally, an­other Mas­ter­ing the Em­ploy­ment In­ter­view work­shop will be held start­ing at 10 a.m. Dec. 6. Work­shops are free but ad­vance sign-up is re­quired. To par­tic­i­pate, 705-671-2544 or visit www.svrc.on.ca.

ART: Co­lette Lal­ib­erté's project ques­tions and ren­ders ab­stract the la­bels and other con­ven­tions as­so­ci­ated with car­tog­ra­phy. Over the course of a cre­ative res­i­dency at the Ga­lerie du Nou­vel-On­tario, Lal­ib­erté will show us her in­ter­pre­ta­tion of the re­gion's ge­o­graphic maps by cre­at­ing a large-scale site-spe­cific wall­work. Nbi­ish—Eau—Wa­ter runs un­til Nov. 15. The gallery, at 174 El­gin St., is open Tues­day, Wed­nes­day and Satur­day from 12-6 p.m. and Thurs­day and Fri­day from 12-7 p.m. En­try is free. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to gn-o.org.

ART: Lo­cal pain­ter Frank Daniel­son has launched his solo ex­hi­bi­tion, The North. The paint­ings in the show fo­cus on the land­scape of North­ern On­tario. Us­ing a pris­matic ap­proach, Daniel­son has sought to re­pro­duce the colour ef­fect of the land­scape from that area. His ap­proach yields land­scapes that are vi­brant, colour­ful and spark a fresh ap­pre­ci­a­tion for the ge­og­ra­phy of On­tario. The ex­hibit will run un­til Nov. 29. Artists on El­gin is open Mon­day to Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to artist­sonel­gin.ca or visit the Face­book page.

CITY: Res­i­dents are in­vited to at­tend in­for­ma­tion ses­sions to learn about the pro­posed 2018 Bud­get. The ses­sions will be­gin with a short pre­sen­ta­tion at 6:30 p.m., how­ever res­i­dents are en­cour­aged to drop in any­time dur­ing the meet­ings to meet with staff, learn about the pro­posed 2018 bud­get and ask ques­tions. The ses­sions take place as fol­lows: Nov. 8: Grace Hart­man Am­phithe­atre (in­te­rior), 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 14: T.M. Davies Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Lively, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 15: Cen­ten­nial Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Han­mer, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 16: Lionel E. Lalonde Cen­tre in Azilda, 6:30-8:30 p.m. De­tails for ad­di­tional ses­sions in the Gar­son and Sud­bury ar­eas will be an­nounced at a later date. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit greater­sud­bury.ca/bud­get.

ART: The Art Gallery of Sud­bury, 251 John St., is pleased to be launch­ing a new ex­hi­bi­tion in time for Re­mem­brance Day, the War Let­ters Project, by North­ern On­tario artist Linda Finn. The War Let­ters Project be­gan in 2007 when Finn dis­cov­ered a box of old let­ters in a col­lec­tion of her grand­mother's things. The gallery is open Tues­day through Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sun­day from 12-5 p.m. Un­til Dec. 24.

FILM: #WomenInFilmWed­nes­day is monthly film se­ries that show­cases the re­cent work of fe­male di­rec­tors. Screen­ings takes place the third Wed­nes­day of ev­ery month at dif­fer­ent venues in down­town Sud­bury. A por­tion of ticket sales is do­nated to lo­cal women's or­ga­ni­za­tions. Dur­ing a hot and hazy sum­mer­time in North­ern On­tario, 13-year-old Bea (Char­lotte Sal­is­bury) wants a best friend more than any­thing else, but when she meets bois­ter­ous Kate (Lucinda Armstrong Hall), she gets more than she imag­ined. This is a story of brav­ery, small-town sum­mer love and the se­cret world of girls. It will be a north­ern On­tario pre­miere. Por­cu­pine Lake screens 7 p.m. at the McEwen School of Ar­chi­tec­ture, 85 Elm St. Ad­vance tick­ets are $12 and avail­able on eventbrite.ca (search for Por­cu­pine Lake).

THE­ATRE: Thor­neloe Univer­sity is pleased to an­nounce its up­com­ing pro­duc­tion of Ge­orge F. Walker's clas­sic Cana­dian fam­ily drama, Escape From Hap­pi­ness. First pro­duced in 1991, the play tells the story of a trou­bled and deeply ec­cen­tric fam­ily, shat­tered by fam­ily vi­o­lence and poverty, just try­ing to get by in a dan­ger­ous and some­times crazy land of po­lice and thieves. The Thor­neloe Univer­sity pro­duc­tion stars Pa­tri­cia Ted­ford as the in­domitable mother who is hold­ing her trou­bled fam­ily to­gether, and vet­eran Sud­bury ac­tor Ron Tough as the haunted fig­ure who claims to be her husband. The large cast of 10 fea­tures some of the bright­est lights in the Thor­neloe the­atre and mo­tion pic­ture arts depart­ment. The pro­duc­tion opens at the Ernie Check­eris The­atre at Thor­neloe Univer­sity, 935 Ram­sey Lake Rd., on Nov. 16, with a special $5 pre­view on Nov. 15 (tick­ets pur­chased at the door). It runs through Nov. 18. All evening per­for­mances be­gin at 7:30 p.m. For tick­ets and fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, check the Thor­neloe Univer­sity web­site at thor­neloe.ca/ the­atre.

NOV. 16

BUSI­NESS: The Value of A Green Brand is the ti­tle of a Green Econ­omy North an­nual busi­ness fo­rum set for noon-3 p.m. at Towne­place Suites in Greater Sud­bury. Lunch is in­cluded. Key­note speaker will be Karen Clarke-Whistler, chief en­vi­ron­men­tal of­fi­cer at TD Bank Group. There will be a panel dis­cus­sion fea­tur­ing lo­cal pro­fes­sion­als from or­ga­ni­za­tions that have suc­cess­fully in­cor­po­rated en­vi­ron­men­tal prin­ci­ples into their brand and com­mu­ni­ca­tion strate­gies. For more in­for­ma­tion or to regis­ter, visit Green Econ­omy North at http://www.re­thinkgreen.ca/.

WORK­SHOPS: The Sud­bury Vo­ca­tional Re­source Cen­tre, 124 Cedar St, 3rd floor,. is hold­ing a num­ber of em­ploy­ment-re­lated work­shops in Novem­ber and De­cem­ber. On Nov. 16, the SVRC is host­ing an in­for­ma­tion ses­sion en­ti­tled Plan A. Look­ing for RNs, RPNs and PSWs. Bring a copy of your re­sume. On Nov. 22, a So­cial Me­dia & Linked In work­shop will be held at 10 a.m. On Nov. 29, a Work­ing from Home work­shop will be held at 10 a.m. Fi­nally, an­other Mas­ter­ing the Em­ploy­ment In­ter­view work­shop will be held start­ing at 10 a.m. Dec. 6. Work­shops are free but ad­vance sign-up is re­quired. To par­tic­i­pate, 705-671-2544 or visit www.svrc.on.ca.

CUL­TURE: A cer­e­mony to mark Louis Riel Day will be held 10 a.m. in Me­mo­rial Park in down­town

Sud­bury. Fol­low­ing the rais­ing of the Metis flag, par­tic­i­pants will move to the McEwan School of Ar­chi­tec­ture, 85 Elm St. where there will be mu­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment and a pro­vided lunch. The event is be­ing or­ga­nized by the Sud­bury Metis Coun­cil.

BUSI­NESS: Join the Greater Sud­bury Cham­ber of Com­merce as we host Greater Sud­bury air­port CEO Todd Tripp. Tripp will speak to the fu­ture of air ser­vice de­vel­op­ment, land de­vel­op­ment and the eco­nomic im­pact the ad­vance­ment of air ser­vice has had on the Greater Sud­bury com­mu­nity over the past year. The luncheon takes place 12-2 p.m. at Brys­ton's On The Park, 5 Creighton Rd. in Cop­per Cliff. Guests are en­cour­aged to tweet com­ments and ques­tions to @Sud­buryCofC dur­ing the event

CITY: The City of Greater Sud­bury is up­dat­ing the town cen­tre com­mu­nity im­prove­ment plan to in­clude new in­cen­tive pro­grams in­tro­duced into the down­town CIP. Visit greater­sud­bury.ca/town­cen­tre to find more in­for­ma­tion, view the pro­posed amend­ments to the CIP and sub­mit com­ments on­line. Prior to a rec­om­men­da­tion to coun­cil, the planning com­mit­tee will hold a pub­lic hear­ing to re­ceive the views of the pub­lic on Dec. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the coun­cil cham­ber at Tom Davies Square. DANCE: Dance to the mu­sic of the Hill­top­per Big Band Swing 1:30-4 p.m. ev­ery Thurs­day at the Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Branch 76 on Weller Street. Ad­mis­sion is $5/ per­son.

YOGA: The Greater Sud­bury Pub­lic Li­brary's South End branch will host a four-week be­gin­ner se­ries of Kun­dalini Yoga at10:30 a.m. on the four dates. Space is avail­able for 10 par­tic­i­pants. Join Joanne Har­vey, cer­ti­fied yoga teacher, in a four-week be­gin­ner se­ries. Par­tic­i­pants will be re­quired to com­plete and sign a Par-Q as well as bring their own yoga mat. Regis­ter on­line or con­tact the branch at 705-688-3950. This is a free pro­gram of­fered to the com­mu­nity.

ART: Lo­cal pain­ter Frank Daniel­son has launched his solo ex­hi­bi­tion, The North. The paint­ings in the show fo­cus on the land­scape of North­ern On­tario. Us­ing a pris­matic ap­proach, Daniel­son has sought to re­pro­duce the colour ef­fect of the land­scape from that area. His ap­proach yields land­scapes that are vi­brant, colour­ful and spark a fresh ap­pre­ci­a­tion for the ge­og­ra­phy of On­tario. The ex­hibit will run un­til Nov. 29. Artists on El­gin is open Mon­day to Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to artist­sonel­gin.ca or visit the Face­book page.

CITY: Res­i­dents are in­vited to at­tend in­for­ma­tion ses­sions to learn about the pro­posed 2018 Bud­get. The ses­sions will be­gin with a short pre­sen­ta­tion at 6:30 p.m., how­ever res­i­dents are en­cour­aged to drop in any­time dur­ing the meet­ings to meet with staff, learn about the pro­posed 2018 bud­get and ask ques­tions. The ses­sions take place as fol­lows: Nov. 8: Grace Hart­man Am­phithe­atre (in­te­rior), 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 14: T.M. Davies Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Lively, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 15: Cen­ten­nial Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Han­mer, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Nov. 16: Lionel E. Lalonde Cen­tre in Azilda, 6:30-8:30 p.m. De­tails for ad­di­tional ses­sions in the Gar­son and Sud­bury ar­eas will be an­nounced at a later date. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit greater­sud­bury.ca/bud­get.

ART: The Art Gallery of Sud­bury, 251 John St., is pleased to be launch­ing a new ex­hi­bi­tion in time for Re­mem­brance Day, the War Let­ters Project, by North­ern On­tario artist Linda Finn. The War Let­ters Project be­gan in 2007 when Finn dis­cov­ered a box of old let­ters in a col­lec­tion of her grand­mother's things. The gallery is open Tues­day through Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sun­day from 12-5 p.m. Un­til Dec. 24.

THE­ATRE: Thor­neloe Univer­sity is pleased to an­nounce its up­com­ing pro­duc­tion of Ge­orge F. Walker's clas­sic Cana­dian fam­ily drama, Escape From Hap­pi­ness. First pro­duced in 1991, the play tells the story of a trou­bled and deeply ec­cen­tric fam­ily, shat­tered by fam­ily vi­o­lence and poverty, just try­ing to get by in a dan­ger­ous and some­times crazy land of po­lice and thieves. The Thor­neloe Univer­sity pro­duc­tion stars Pa­tri­cia Ted­ford as the in­domitable mother who is hold­ing her trou­bled fam­ily to­gether, and vet­eran Sud­bury ac­tor Ron Tough as the haunted fig­ure who claims to be her husband. The large cast of 10 fea­tures some of the bright­est lights in the Thor­neloe the­atre and mo­tion pic­ture arts depart­ment. The pro­duc­tion opens at the Ernie Check­eris The­atre at Thor­neloe Univer­sity, 935 Ram­sey Lake Rd., on Nov. 16, with a special $5 pre­view on Nov. 15 (tick­ets pur­chased at the door). It runs through Nov. 18. All evening per­for­mances be­gin at 7:30 p.m. For tick­ets and fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, check the Thor­neloe Univer­sity web­site at thor­neloe.ca/the­atre.

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