CRAFT CLUB-Tuesdays, bring your own lunch, Royal Legion Br. 76, Weller St., 10 am-2 pm.
CAPREOL CURLING CLUB-Registration, Oct 16-17, sign-up for Monday night mixed, Tuesday and Thursday night men’s, Wednesday night ladies, Wednesday afternoon juniors, 7-8:30 pm, 705-858-2771.
SCARE CIRCLE-For teens, exchange terrifying stories over spooky sweets, Lively Public Library, 15 Kin Dr., Lively, 7-8 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.
SUDBURY PROSPECTORS AND DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION-Meeting on new rules and new tools for early exploration in Ontario, Willet Green Miller Centre, auditorium, 7:30 pm, everyone welcome, 705-682-9297 ext. 240.
SUDBURY QUILTING AND STITCHERY GUILD-Meeting, new members welcome, ParkSide Centre, 140 Durham St., 7 pm, 705-675-2647 or sdqsg.com.
WOMEN’S HISTORY WEEK-Dr. Balcom lecture on “Exploring Child Adoption Across the U.S.-Canada Border,” exploring the history of cross-border adoption and its impacts, Ernie Checkeris Theatre, Thorneloe University, 7:30 pm.
BOWL FOR KIDS-Sudbury Children’s Foundation bowl-a-thon, Nov 10, $25, $150/team of six, Plaza Bowl, 1799 Garden St., 10:30-1 am, 705-673-2227 or email@example.com.
FINANCIAL WELL-BEING-With Norman Piché, 6-part series, South End Public Library, 1991 Regent St., Tuesdays, 6 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.
DANCE-Music by Victor John, Tuesdays, everyone welcome, $6, Minnow Lake Legion Br# 76, 1553 Weller St., 1:30-4 pm.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS-Tuesdays, 336 Pine St., West side entrance, 6-7pm, 705-586-5384; St. Stephen’s United Church, Charlotte Street, 10-11am, Mildred 705-522-6553, oaontario.org.
BREAST RECONSTRUCTION-Awareness Day, information session with plastic surgeon Dr. Amanda Fortin, Ramsey Lake Health Centre, Main Conference room A, Centre Tower, Level 2, free parking in lot 5, noon-2 pm, 705-523-7060 or bra-day.com.
CLEAN LIKE THE EXPERTS-Workshop hosted by Molly Maid, Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie St., 6:30 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.
KNIT CROCHET CIRCLE-With Debby Yutronkie, Dowling Public Library, 79 Main St., Dowling, 9-11 am, sudburylibraries.ca.
WOOL NEEDED-Canadian Red Cross is looking for wool for their Winter Warmth Program, mittens, hats and scarves for needy children in Sudbury, drop-off at 1460 Fairburn St., 705-674-0737.
CARD CLUB-Wednesdays, coffee, Lutheran Church, 189 Regent St., 1-3:30 pm, 705-673-6191.
FINANCIAL WELL-BEING-With Norman Piché, 6-part series, Valley East Public Library, 4100 Elmview Dr., Hanmer, Wednesday, 6 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.
MEDITATION-With Pierre Laframboise, Wednesdays, New Sudbury Public Library, 3:30-5 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.
ZOMBIE BEAUTY PAGEANT-Teens invited to zombify themselves for a Walking Dead Project Runway, prizes for best zombie, contestants need a story of how they became infected, South End Library, 1991 Regent St., 6-7:30 pm, register online by Oct 15, sudburylibrary.ca.
GHOST TOWNS OF MONTANA-Photographs by Richard Mende, free, ParkSide Centre, 140 Durham, 1 pm.
COFFEE CARDS CONVERSATION-The Donovan Elm West Senior’s Group, seniors ages 50+, Elm West Playground Hut, 1-3 pm, rides are available phone John 705-674-8052.
ENERGY MEDICINE-Information session, with Darlene Tindall, New Sudbury Public Library, 1346 Lasalle Blvd., 6 pm,
SWING JIVE BALLROOM-Live 14 piece orchestra, everyone welcome, Thursdays, Minnow Lake Legion Br#76, 1553 Weller St., 1:30-4 pm, 705-566-4010.
BE MAYOR FOR A DAY-Send in a video, essay, photo essay, poem or song to Office of the Mayor, Station A, 200 Brady St., Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, deadline is Oct 26.
HALLOWEEN FUNDRAISER-In support of Children’s Make a Wish Foundation, 48 Hillcrest Dr., Lively, 4-7 daily, 705-692-5905.