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Winter entertainment guide

Sudbury Living Magazine November 7, 2014 Our Town No Comments on Winter entertainment guide

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Sudbury Symphony Orchestra presents French Romance featuring music by Debussy Feb. 7 at Glad Tidings Auditorium, 1101 Regent St. at 7:30 pm. (705.673.1280) 

 

Winter Calendar

 

To Dec. 14

Miracle on 34th Street opens at the Sudbury Theatre Centre and runs to Dec. 14, (Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 2 pm and 7 pm and Sunday at 7 pm. (705.674.8381)

 

Dec. 3

Join members of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce when they welcome new doctors to the city. The December After Business networking event will be held at the Radisson Hotel downtown.

 

Dec. 5

Walden Figure Skating Club Winter Carnival at T.D. Davies Community Arena in Lively.

 

We Live Up Here Launch party is the century old Grand Theatre.

 

Dec. 6

SANTA CLAUS PARADE & TREE LIGHTING – Candle Walk at the Northern Ontario Railway Museum & Heritage Centre, followed by carol singing, tree lighting and wagon rides at 5 pm, parade begins at 6 pm and will commence on Railway Avenue (West Side), finishing on Meahan Street at the Capreol Arena, 705-858-5993.

 

 

Dec. 7

École secondaire catholique l’Horizon invites the public to its annual Christmas community concert at 1:30 p.m. More than 40 people will share their musical talents, 1650 Valleyview Rd. in Val Caron. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and children and can be reserved by calling (705) 897-2503.Well-known Franco-Ontarien personality Stef Paquette will host this special event.

December 11

 

 

The Makers Market

11am – 4pm

Location: The Open Studio

The Open Studio is the location for the Indie Craft Fair Sudbury’s best selection handmade items just in time for the Christmas season. The Open Studio is located at the corner of Cedar and Lisgar at 93 Cedar Street.

 

 

Dec. 9

Salon du Livre annual general meeting.

5 pm, Common room Carrefour francophone,

14 Beech St.

705-675-1149

[email protected]

 

Dec. 11

Writers’ Open Mic, Monthly story and poetry sharing, Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie St., 6:30-8:30 pm, 705.673.1155. ext. 4765.

 

Dec. 13

Nova Scotia rock sensations, The Trews will perform at Sudbury’s Event Centre, formerly the Mine Mill Hall on Regent St. 8 pm.

 

CHRISTMAS TREE-LIGHTING CELEBRATION at 6 pm, Anderson Farm Museum, tons of wintertime activities for the whole family, free shuttle bus from T.M Davies Arena, 5 – 8 pm, www.Walden-Can.com.

 

 

Dec. 14

Relax and soak in the Christmas spirit at the Sudbury Chamber Singers 2014 Christmas concert. a great mix of carols, classical, jazz, pop and spirituals hailing from around the world, at 2 pm at the Church of the Epiphany on Larch St. downtown. Tickets are $15, free for kids 12 and under, and are available at Fromagerie Elgin, online at sudburychambersingers.com.

 

Dec. 17

“Christmas with Crystal”, a special holiday concert and toy drive with Crystal Shawanda, Theatre Cambrian, Eyre St. at 7:30 pm, Tickets are only $20 + toy donation.
705.524.7317

 

 

Dec. 20

Last day to shop at Le Nouveau Louvre – Strikingly original works of art during this yearly art sale, every imaginable genre. Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario, gn-o.org, downtoqn

 

Cinefest presents short family films on the shortest day of the year at 2 pm at Science North Cavern, free admission

 

 

Dec. 23

A Christmas Cantata by John W. Peterson, Christmas Carols in the style of the swinging sixties, an uplifting choir performance, and hear the traditional Christmas story, 7 pm, St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church, 12 Collins Dr., Copper Cliff, donations are appreciated.

 

Jan. 22

Mourning Dove by Emil Sher runs from Jan. 22 to Feb 1 at Sudbury Theatre Centre. This play was inspired by the true story of Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer who killed his disabled daughter. (705.674.8381)

 

Feb. 7

Sudbury Symphony Orchestra presents French Romance featuring music by Debussy at Glad Tidings Auditorium, 1101 Regent St. at 7:30 pm. (705.673.1280)

 

March 26

Northern Life and the community applaud Community Builders at a gala event. Deadline for nominations is Friday, Nov. 21. (cbawards.ca)

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