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Unique Carousel Auction Launched
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ April 14, 2021 (LSN) “We are excited to announce a one-of-a-kind, online auction to raise funds to complete the restoration of our 106-year-old C.W. Parker Carousel” reported Bonnie McNulty, Co-Chair of the Save Our Carousel Committee.
The unique auction will feature a range of carefully chosen items that relate specifically to our carousel.
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Anishnawbe Business host Webinar on Virtual Communications
NORTHERN ONTARIO ~~~~~~~ April 15, 2021 (LSN) - Robinson-Superior Treaty and Fort William First Nation Territory, Thunder Bay, Ontario: The Anishnawbe Business Professional Association is pleased to host an upcoming webinar on virtual communication. The presenters will explore effective online communication strategies ranging from setting up an effective remote office to engaging wider audiences with virtual events.
With the restrictions in place during COVID-19, many businesses and organizations have had to pivot communications online in both internal and external ways. This can be a particular challenge for remote and rural First Nations communities with limited internet access, and with another lockdown in place the ABPA hopes this timely information may help businesses and organizations to:
TBay Announces National Youth Week’s Virtual Programming
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ April 29, 2021 (LSN) The City of Thunder Bay is excited to host virtual programming once again this year in celebration of National Youth Week from May 1 to May 7. The Recreation and Culture Division, along with other community partners, has arranged different virtual events for youth ages 12–24 to participate in throughout the week with a focus on well-being. All events are free to attend.
Entertainers Sought for Chippewa Park’s 100th Anniversary Family Festival
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ February 4, 2021 (LSN) Thunder Bay: The Friends of Chippewa Park announced today that they are seeking entertainers to perform at Chippewa Parks Centennial this summer as part of a five day, free, Family Festival. They are also recruiting musical acts to perform at the Sundays in the Park Concert Series throughout the summer
NAN Executive Council Election to be Held August 2021
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ May 1, 2021 (LSN) Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Head Electoral Officer Jocelyn Formsma has announced an official notice of the 2021 election for the NAN Executive Council.
Chiefs from NAN’s 49 First Nation communities will vote for members of the Executive Council (Grand Chief and three  Deputy Grand Chiefs) on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, during the 39th Keewaywin Conference to be held August 10, 11 & 12, 2021, in an online virtual environment.
HYMERS FALL FAIR GOES VIRTUALLY IN 2021
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~~ May 4, 2021 (LSN) IN ORDER TO KEEP THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR VOLUNTEERS, EXHIBITORS, SPONSORS, VENDORS, AND FAIR-GOERS FIRST AND FOREMOST, THE HYMERS AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS DECIDED, FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW, TO HOLD OUR BELOVED FALL FAIR VIRTUALLY IN 2021.
Author Reading Highlights Mental Health Awareness Month
COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA ~~~~~~ May 6, 2021 (LSN) Cook County Public Health & Human Services recently announced a virtual event with Jeff Zuckerman, author of “Unglued: A Bipolar Love Story,” in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month.
This free event, titled “Sharing a Lived Experience of Resiliency and Hope,” will include readings from Zuckerman’s book — a candid, funny, and refreshingly irreverent portrayal of the role a spouse takes in loving a partner with a mental illness. Intimate and ultimately hopeful, Zuckerman’s story chronicles the power of compassion, faith and resilience in the survival of a marriage and a caregiver's own well-being.
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Grand Marais Arts Festival Returns in 2021
COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA ~~~~~~ January 26, 2021 (LSN) The Arts Festival is returning July 10 – 11, 2021
Famous Soo Locks Boat Tours Sails into 62nd Season
SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN ~~~~~~ April 12, 2021 (LSN) Famous Soo Locks Boat Tours is pleased to announce new changes for its 62nd season. Starting May 15, passengers can board the iconic yellow and blue tour boats for a 90-minute tour through the Soo Locks to enjoy highlights of the American and Canadian shorelines.
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Car Show Planning in Full Swing
IOLA, WISCONSIN ~~~~~~ February 18, 2021 (LSN) Since 1972, the non-profit Iola Old Car Show, Inc.has been a staple for auto enthusiasts throughout the United States.
Iola Car Show COVID Updates
IOLA, WISCONSIN ~~~~~~ February 25, 2021 (LSN) After the challenges of 2020, the Iola Car Show team is very excited to be back to the business of doing what we love, planning an awesome event for everyone to enjoy this coming July. We want to share with you some of what we’re doing in order to ensure the 2021 show is a fun, productive and safe event for everyone involved.
Marshall Bluegrass Festival 24th year
MARSHALL, MICHIGAN ~~~~~~ April 21, 2021 (LSN) Celebrating 24 years of bluegrass, gospel, and country music, the Marshall Bluegrass Festival is one of Michigan’s long-standing favorites among traditional bluegrass music lovers. Festival goers will celebrate the 24th event July 23-31, 2021, at the Calhoun County Fairgrounds in historic Marshall, Michigan. The festival’s founding promoter Burke Cole’s love of the classic sounds of bluegrass spurred the festival’s mantra of “time-honored tradition.” The thread of that theme still runs true.
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