An Anishinaabe engagement session is coming to Fort Frances for those looking to learn more about treaty relationships, shared lands, and Anishinaabe history.
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Dr. Andrew Affleck spoke about current management trends for opiate use at the “Substance Awareness and Pathways to Healing” confrence at the Copper River Inn here yesterday. During his presentation, he discussed heroin use in Fort Frances, opioid-related mortality, opioid prescriptions in Ontario, naloxone, methadone, and a variety of related topics.
Patti Boileau of the Fort Frances Curling Club, left, and Laurie Moxhan of Cater 2U hosted booths during the annual bridal show hosted by Northwoods Gallery & Gifts here. About two dozen brides had registered for the event, which featured a wide variety of vendors offering just about every wedding service or product.
Curvy Chick was taken over by seven groups of young entrepreneurs for a “Mini-Makers Vendor Market” over a two-hour period on Thursday.
The children were able to set up their booths free of charge, and sold everything from baked goodies to arts and crafts.
Sylvie Schimann, Madeline Schimann, and Yannick Shimann sold homemade jewellery during the Mini-Entrepreneurs Vendor Market that took place last Thursday in the basement of Curvy Chick.
Town residents soon will have increased access to naturally-grown food that is produced locally.
The Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op (CLFC) is excited to announce the opening of its new distribution centre in Fort Frances for March 27.
It has been working towards opening a hub here since 2016.
Maddie Buttner enjoyed putting together her “magical fairy jar lantern" during one of the March Break activities held at the Fort Frances Public Library last week. The craft used patterns that were designed on the library's new "Cricut Maker.”
A small group of dedicated women have banded together over the past two years to create Canada Day activities here.
The Fun in the Sun committee said the level of activity at Point Park on Canada Day has gone from just 35 people the year before they took over to now thousands.
Millie Witherspoon enjoyed participating in the blanket-making workshop last Wednesday afternoon at the Sunset Country Métis Hall here. People from Fort Frances and the surrounding area came together to make blankets as well as socialize.
Fort Frances Little Theatre is staging Tim Firth's British play, “Calendar Girls,” at Knox United Church here from April 12-15.
The play, based on a true story, first performed in 2009.
“Calendar Girls” is a comedy, with members of Fort Frances Little Theatre saying it's about friendship, love, and getting old.