Eva Vizi poured maple syrup onto packed snow for Piper Miller and Katherine Payne to scoop up with popsicle sticks this morning as part of the Métis food sampler during “Voyageur Day” activities at St. Francis School. Other activities running all day for the students include Métis dot art, jigging/square dancing, flag-making, voyageur games, and information about furs and trapping.
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Harlow Perrault, Dominic Kaemingk, Jaycie Hamilton, and Gage Beninger had their handmade bags ready to fill with Valentines during activities Tuesday in the various classrooms at St. Michael's School.
The decision about whether to start the new school year before or after Labour Day has been finalized.
The 2017-18 school year will begin on Aug. 29 and end on June 22 for area boards.
As per regulation, this makes for 194 school days.
The Rainy River District School Board approved the 2017-18 school year calendar at its monthly meeting last Tuesday (Feb. 7).
Maverick Judson starred in Andrew George's “A Good Indian," the first film shown at the Fort Frances Public Library's annual film festival. The festival, which this year is showcasing movies that speak to our area, continues tonight ("Nestor") and tomorrow ("Sleeping Giant") at 6 p.m. "Where's Barry?” was shown last night.
The Rainy River District School Board finally received an answer from the Ministry of Transportation regarding a speed limit change in front of Crossroads School in Devlin.
In a letter sent to the transportation minister dated Nov. 1, 2016, the board asked the ministry to reduce the speed limit on Highway 613 North from 80 km/h to 60 km/h in front of Crossroads School.
Kaden Nelson offered dessert to guests attending the Muskie boys' hockey team's annual tea and bake sale that took place Saturday in the cafeteria at Fort Frances High School.
J.W. Walker students engaged in a playful tug-of-war during today's winter carnival at the school. Students participated in activities that included obstacle courses, relay races, snow soccer, snowshoeing, and target practice with two large sling-shots.
Clarine Cook, left, and Pat Boustead manned the bake table at the St. John's Anglican Church Valentine Luncheon on Friday. Guests were treated to soups, sandwiches and dainties while also having the option to pick up a few baked goods for a Valentine treat.
Dan DeGagne, owner/operator of Sunset Protection Systems, showed off the inside of the fire extinguisher service room. The room is equipped with vents to clean up in case an extinguisher handle sticks in the “on" position. "All you can do is get out, shut the door behind you, and wait,” said DeGagne.
The Cloverbelt local food co-op still is looking to expand into Emo and Fort Frances, president Jen Springett says.
It is based out of Dryden and currently has pick-up locations in Sioux Lookout, Kenora, Ignace, and Upsala.
The website says to “think of it like a farmers' market but online!”