Eight-year-old Maverick Morrisseau, left, and Marcus Morrisseau, 10, were among the more than 600 people who enjoyed Friday’s feast of walleye, sturgeon, and other dishes.
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John Grabish of Thunder Bay unloaded his African treasures to showcase at the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business and Community Expo, which runs today from 4-9 p.m. and again tomorrow from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Memorial Sports Centre. Admission is $3, with kids 12 and under being free.
The Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business & Community Expo is ready to hit the Memorial Sports Centre this Friday and Saturday.
Although the Chamber has hosted an annual exposition for 26 years, this will be its second geared towards local business.
Exuberant, smooth saxophone will be contrasted starkly by the rhythmic symphonies created by bows gliding over strings.
Unorthodox instrumental and timeless melodies are set to fill the Townshend Theatre here on Mother’s Day (May 11).
The Riverside Foundation for Health Care raised $9,100 at its eighth-annual “Old Bags” luncheon here Sunday afternoon.
Organized by the Foundation’s special events committee, the Robert Moore School gymnasium was decorated from wall-to-wall with fragrant flowers, antique teacups, and heaps of assorted handbags.
Summer Mainville, seven, took the stage during a Grade 2 spelling bee at St. Michael’s School earlier today. The correct spelling of “because” won her first prize, with Calleigh Calder and Bennett MacDonald finishing second and third, respectively.
Boston Pizza hosted a Mother’s Day fashion show yesterday that featured clothing from local businesses. Jessica Taggart and Derek Kaemingh were among the 20-plus volunteers who made their way through the restaurant’s aisles while onlookers enjoyed a three-course meal.
Aubrey Eldridge, seven, was one of the 150 students from Robert Moore School who participated in the annual “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraiser yesterday. The students raised $3,000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation by promoting healthy lifestyles and collecting pledges from the community.
Samantha Halliday, nine, browsed through the “used bag boutique” before receiving an award for sporting the “cutest hat.” She was among the 170 people who turned out for the “Old Bags” luncheon hosted by the Riverside Foundation for Health Care yesterday at the Robert Moore School gym.
Jesse Fuhrer, 15, and his dad, Peter, spent Saturday morning checking out the firearms at the annual Gun and Hobby Show at the Fort Frances Curling Club. The show featured more than 30 vendors and collectors—each showcasing a different aspect of the hobby.