Inferno 6077: Born Out of Fire, is a fully produced theatrical drive-in style haunt that promises to deliver the same intense scares as the Terror Train 6077, which has been derailed due to the COVID 19 pandemic. on Monday November 2, 2020. Michelle Munro, owner and head coach of Round Two Fitness, and a professor at Laurentian University, will share her journey from grief and depression, to resiliency and triumph. The anthology […] Playing cards will be thoroughly sanitized following each event. Hyperia Jones and the Olive Branch Caper is available as an e-book on Amazon, Kobo and Apple, and the paperback version will be available in November. The episode will also be broadcast on Eastlink TV channel 610 on November 18 at 9 a.m. For Rent: Steve’s Encore Lounge at Sudbury Theatre Centre is available for rent by individuals or groups looking for a safe place to hold a company holiday party. For updates, go to www.instagram.com/fff_greatersudbury or www.facebook.com/FFFGreaterSudbury. 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The Art Gallery of Sudbury is open for pre-booked visits from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Books: Are you suffering from lockdown fatigue? © 2020 Exeter Lakeshore Times-Advance. on Monday October 26, 2020. © 2020 Strathroy Age Dispatch. The seventh edition of Northern Ontario’s premier literary festival takes place Nov. 5-8. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. Nov. 3 Books: Three local horror and science fiction authors have teamed up to release a spooky book of Sudbury-themed stories just in time for Halloween. For more information on SPG’s youth company, or on any of the group’s endeavours, visit www.sudburyperformance.ca or call 705-662-8518. Please note some events charge admission. For more information about Marsh or her new book, visit www.teresamarshauthor.com. For more information, visit www.davidmkelly.net/books. American election burnout? Rain dates of Oct. 31 or Nov. 1 have been set. Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury, 251 John St., invites you to visit a major new exhibition on Group of Seven artist Franklin Carmichael (1890-1945), titled An artist’s process. Fax: 705-674-6834. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in November. His latest release, Hyperia Jones and the Olive Branch Caper, might be the type of light-hearted escape we all need right now. A person walks by ducks during a snowfall at Bell Park in Sudbury, Ont. All sessions will take place online, aside from the open mic hosted by Black Lives Matter, which is being held at the Sudbury Indie Cinema, 162 Mackenzie St. For more information on SPG’s youth company, or on any of the group’s endeavours, visit www.sudburyperformance.ca or call 705-662-8518. Please note some events charge admission. Registration costs $250 per child, or $230 per child for families. His latest release, Hyperia Jones and the Olive Branch Caper, might be the type of light-hearted escape we all need right now. US election coverage burnout? Besides a chat with Katherine Smith, festival director, listen to a few of Sudbury’s acclaimed Jazz musicians including Kevin Turcotte, Reg Schwager and Jamie Dupuis. on Monday October 26, 2020. Photo contest: Just 50 km northeast of Sudbury is the world’s largest known old growth red pine forest. For Rent: Steve’s Encore Lounge at Sudbury Theatre Centre is available for rent by individuals or groups looking for a safe place to hold a company holiday party. Weekend listing due by Wednesday at 8 p.m. Youth: Sudbury Performance Group’s treasurer, Tanya Saari, has announced the founding of the group’s first youth company. A person walks by ducks during a snowfall at Bell Park in Sudbury, Ont. A cross between James Bond-style action and fun space operas by authors like Becky Chambers and Valerie Valdes, there are plenty of laughs and lots of insider sci-fi jokes to look out for. Free listing for local arts and entertainment events. The event will run from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, as well as Saturday matinees from 2 to 6 p.m. All events will take place at the museum’s Heritage Centre, 59 Young St. in Capreol. Weekend listing due by Wednesday at 8 p.m. This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. A swan rests on a snowy shoreline at Fielding Memorial Park in Greater Sudbury, Ont. There are five time spots available each day. Social distancing rules in effect. Once registered, students can create their own custom avatars and then walk the floor of the OCVF and visit any of the 24 participating colleges. OCVF takes place Nov. 4 from 4-8 p.m. and Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For a preview, visit youtu.be/rI4GlGGH1Oc. Admission is by donation. The gallery can accommodate small groups of one to eight people from the same family or social bubble. For more information, visit sudburytheatre.com, arts.on.ca or firstname.lastname@example.org. Haunted Heights Trail: Take a haunted walk through the woods, 8-12 p.m today. The schedule is available at wordstocksudbury.ca, along with guest author information. Find out about sculptor Tyler Fauvelle’s latest unveiling in Cobourg. The deadline to submit is Jan. 15. The inaugural season will be offered virtually, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Children will be taught by four skilled artists, who will focus on acting, choreography and vocal performance. A cross between James Bond-style action and fun space operas by authors like Becky Chambers and Valerie Valdes, the book is filled with plenty of laughs and lots of insider sci-fi jokes. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, locations will be kept private. Enter at WolfLakePhotoContest.ca. In a creative and dynamic new way, students can attend the OCVF. For more, go to bit.ly/34f6thQ. Spaces are limited, so early registration is recommended. Mark Leslie, Sean Costello, and Scott Overton just published Strange Sudbury Stories, an anthology featuring six eerie and speculative tales about ghosts, monsters, and everything in between. Rally: Fridays For Future Greater Sudbury will celebrate a two-year milestone on Oct. 30, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., in a COVID-safe manner, while incorporating Halloween into their celebrations. Grand prizes include an Arc’teryx Atom LT Hoody, local glass art inspired by Wolf Lake, a hand-made canoe paddle, and ‘Spirit of the Red Pine’ art book. For more information, visit davidmkelly.net. What are the best places for nature & parks in Sudbury? Registration costs $250 per child, or $230 per child for families. To purchase the book online, visit www.books2read.com/strangesudburystories. Books: Are you suffering from lockdown fatigue? Applicants are also encouraged to share their pictures on social media with the hashtag #WolfLakePhoto. For more information, contact STC at email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 705-674-8381, ext. Theatre: The Sudbury Theatre Centre has been chosen as a participant in the Ontario Arts Council’s Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators program, which aims to assist theatre creators in developing new work. Books: Sudbury author Teresa Naseba Marsh is celebrating her new book, The Courage of a Nation: Healing from Intergenerational Trauma, Addiction and Multiple Loss. The space is available to be rented any day of the week from Dec. 13 to 23. The deadline to submit is Oct. 31. If so, local author David M. Kelly has a solution: sci-fi silliness. Sudbury Naturalists, Friends of Temagami, and Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury invite you to share your best Wolf Lake photos and prizes will be awarded. If you are traveling to Sudbury, make sure to contact the venues or event organizers directly to confirm. This will allow staff to explore new avenues to teach youth the essentials of stage performance, as well as to perform a full-scale musical — all while the budding actors are at home and in front of their computers. The space is available to be rented any day of the week from Dec. 13 to 23. Halloween: The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre, along with Northern Screams, has created a new interactive and immersive Halloween attraction that will be open to the public starting Friday, Oct. 2, until Oct. 31. If so, local author David M. Kelly has a solution: sci-fi silliness. Several packages are available. Must have ‘On Tap’ in subject line. Writers from Northern Ontario or writers working on plays relevant to life in Northern Ontario are encouraged to apply. Students who enter their information at Cambrian’s booth will receive a $10 Amazon gift card. The exhibition continues until Dec. 24. John Lappa/Sudbury Star. Pre-book your visit online at artsudbury.org or call 705-675-4871. Recommenders are organizations authorized by the OAC to receive and review applications, and to make grant recommendations.