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A house fit for a mayor

A house fit for a mayor

A home formerly owned by Sudbury’s first woman mayor, Grace Hartman, has lovingly been turned into a B&B.   Larry Dovigi fell in love with a pretty little white house on Paris St. near the old General Hospital years ago when he would drive past it on his way to classes at Laurentian University. When [...]

October 1, 2014 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

Thanksgiving: 112,000 cans to fill food bank shelves

Thanksgiving: 112,000 cans to fill food bank shelves

Row 1 – Dan Xilon at the Food Bank, Principal Patty Mardero, Food Drive Founder Jim Szilva, Q92’s Melanie Dahl and Chief of Police Frank Elsner. Row 2 – Student Council Teacher Representative Paola Gutscher, students Ava Danyluk, Alessia Pastre, Melissa Minor, Owen Krystia, Carrington Ryan, Jacob Belanger, Paige Eastwood as well as Student Council [...]

October 10, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

St. David School welcomes a tremendous harvest

St. David School welcomes a tremendous harvest

  St. David Catholic School grade 3 students pick their fall harvest of tomatoes.  Pictured are Grade 3 students Logan Stewart-Cristo, Alicia Manitowabi, Kalieb LeBlanc Staff and students at St. David Catholic Elementary School continue to embrace the outdoor classroom concept.  Last June, the primary grade teachers and their students planted a crop of tomatoes [...]

September 23, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Something New From Sudbury Living

I am delighted to tell readers about our new magazine for parents, grandparents and anyone who loves children. The inaugural issue of Sudbury Living Parents, which features articles with a Sudbury point-of-view by some of the most talented writers in the city, has just done to press and will be out in about two weeks. [...]

June 15, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

Seniors channel their inner Van Gogh

Seniors channel their inner Van Gogh

An old Danish proverb states, “Age may wrinkle the face, but lack of enthusiasm wrinkles the soul.” A group of community seniors living at St. Joseph’s Villa can attest to that. Their creative appetites have experienced a rebirth of sorts thanks to Sudbury artist Monica Swan. She has been offering residents of St. Joseph’s Villa [...]

March 1, 2010 Angie Gilchrist Arts 0

This South End garden is a private paradise.

This South End garden is a private paradise.

David Kechnie has been tending flower gardens for more than 30 years. Since retiring 15 years ago as a teacher at Cecil Facer Youth Centre, the garden has become his “main occupation” during the spring and summer months. When people ask what he does he replies, “I’m a gardener.” His wife, Margaret, a university professor, [...]

March 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0

Dancing queen

Dancing queen

Ida Sauve hasn’t really thought much about it. But come May, it’s bound to sink in. That’s when a group of friends and former students will help her to celebrate 50 years as a dance teacher in Sudbury. Sauve fondly recalls how it all began. “When I was 12, I was taking classes – tap, [...]

September 1, 2007 David Ducharme Arts 0