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Mark Mental Health Awareness Week with family fitness, virtual concert

Mark Mental Health Awareness Week with family fitness, virtual concert

Algoma Family Services presents virtual events 'to help keep families busy and active'
Sault Symphony to host free Mother's Day concert

Sault Symphony to host free Mother's Day concert

Virtual event begins at 7 p.m. on Sunday
Fringe North to go virtual in 2021

Fringe North to go virtual in 2021

Theatre festival going with new format as it looks to simplify - and diversify - what it does
Chamber set to host virtual fireside chat with Ross Romano

Chamber set to host virtual fireside chat with Ross Romano

Topics of discussion include recently announced micro-credentials, Ontario’s current Provincial Emergency response, and vaccine distribution, says Chamber CEO
Sudbury's Northern Lights Festival announces cancellation of 2021 event

Sudbury's Northern Lights Festival announces cancellation of 2021 event

The decision was made ‘due to the continuously evolving health and safety concerns in our community’
Celebrate Canadian National Film Day with a virtual watch party

Celebrate Canadian National Film Day with a virtual watch party

Other events this week include a techno-educational workshop, an online music festival campfire cooking workshop
Learn about leadership from former NHL player and coach Ted Nolan

Learn about leadership from former NHL player and coach Ted Nolan

Also happening this week is a virtual spring break event with Science North, free fitness classes for kids, yoga and a workshop on financial preparation
‘I really discovered this was my passion,’ says Sault musician <b>(4 photos)</b>

‘I really discovered this was my passion,’ says Sault musician (4 photos)

Pandemic, more time at home leads Moffatt to compose, release first album
Sault College recreation program to host virtual film festival

Sault College recreation program to host virtual film festival

Find Your Wild Film Festival takes place on April 16 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Councillor believes public art shouldn't just be downtown

Councillor believes public art shouldn't just be downtown

The $40,000 the city's shelling out this year for public art won't get us much, according to Coun. Lisa Vezeau-Allen