VENDOR SPACES-Still available for the Garlic Festival, Aug 26, spaces are limited, phone 705-673-7404.
DANCE-Music by Victor John, Tuesdays, everyone welcome, $6, Minnow Lake Legion Br# 76, 1553 Weller St., 1:30-4 pm.
DONOVAN DAYS-Volunteers needed, Aug 16-19, phone Wanda 705-560-8167.
CHILDREN’S STORY TIME-Tuesdays until Aug 21, Main Public Library, 74 MacKenzie St., 10 am, 705-692-4448.
WEAVING SPINNING DEMONSTRATIONS-Tuesdays until Aug 21, watch volunteers from the Sudbury Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild as they demonstrate the skills and techniques involved in the craft, free, 10 am-2 pm, Anderson Farm Museum, Lively, 705-692-4448.
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.
MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S RESEARCH-$35 includes appetizers, cash bar, Vale Living with Lakes Centre, for more information email Carol Cameletti email@example.com.
MONTHLY LUNCHEON-Sudbury Board of Education Retired Support Staff, second Thursday of every month, Culpepper’s Restaurant, 1835 Regent St., noon.
MÉTIS CULTURE-Learn about Métis culture through storytelling, crafts and music with the Sudbury Métis Council at the main branch of the Sudbury Public Library, 74 MacKenzie St. For info, sudburylibraries.ca.
PRISONERS’ JUSTICE DAY-A public commemoration of Prisoners’ Justice Day on the Sudbury jail front lawn, 181 Elm, starting at 10 am.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS-Saturdays, 336 Pine St., west-side entrance, 10-11 am, 705-897-2079; oaontario.org.
PEROGIES-Cabbage roll sale, Saturdays, Ukrainian National Federation Hall, 130 Frood Rd., 10 am-1 pm, 705-673-0890.
Posted by Vivian Scinto