The group of Peyton Jourdain, Whitney Williamson, Alyce LeBrasseur, Lyla Moen, Elianna Jacobsen, Rachel Ste. Croix, and Dominique Lemaire performed to the theme of “The Suits" TV show yesterday afternoon during the Border Skating Club's annual ice show at the Ice For Kids Arena.
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Hailey Bragg, left, Taya Hagarty, Brianna Eldridge, Anna Peters, Raegen Woodgate, Olivia Eldridge, and Mickenna Ryll opened the Dancemakers School of Dance's spring dance recital, “Magic of Motown," with Boyz II Men's "Motownphilly” on Thursday evening at the Townshend Theatre. Family and friends packed the theatre to enjoy a total of 26 dance numbers.
To Be Determined Theatre Co. brought the “The Wonderful World of Miss Jiggs” to life with music and audience participation Tuesday evening at the Townshend Theatre—the final show in the Kids & Company entertainment series for 2017-18. Information on the 2018-19 shows will be coming soon.
Construction of the Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board's new eight-bachelor unit apartment building for single individuals continues behind Lady Frances Place on Fifth Street East here. Once complete, the eight-plex will include four units with individual entrances on both the top and bottom floors. Two of the lower apartments will be fully-accessible.
Roseneath Theatre brought “Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls” to the Townshend Theatre for local students yesterday afternoon. The play—meant to educate children in Grades 4-8 about gender identify, diversity, and equality—is about a family struggling with their year nine-year-old girl coming out as a boy.
Fort Frances Lakers' captain Julian Uhryniuk looked to make a play from the end boards during his squad's 7-2 loss to the Dryden GM Ice Dogs in Game 3 of their best-of-seven semi-final playoff series Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. The Lakers now trail 3-0 heading into tonight's must-win Game 4 here at 7:30 p.m.
Tatum Ronmark took first place in the science fair with her “How Clean is Clean?" project last Wednesday at Robert Moore School. Ryan Danylchuk and Liam Coats earned second place with their project "Brushing for Brightness” while Adam Parks and Noah Armstrong (What Battery Will Last the Longest?) captured third place.
Richard Boileau of McTaggarts (above) signed many children's maps as part of the Kiwanis Club's fifth-annual “Egg-stravaganza" held Saturday in downtown Fort Frances.
A sign was positioned Monday afternoon over the front entrance to the new Emo Feeds location on Canning Lane opposite the old store. After being closed for a week to transfer everything to the new location, the store re-opened for business yesterday morning.
Many children eagerly filled their Easter baskets with goodies as part of the Kiwanis Club's fifth-annual “Egg-stravaganza” scavenger hunt that took over the downtown area along Scott Street on Saturday. Some 16 businesses took part by handing out treats while 33 other businesses supported the event to help make it possible. See more photos on A6.