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Greater Sudbury Community Calendar

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jan 31, 2013 - 11:40 AM |
Greater Sudbury Community Calendar starting January 31. To put your listing on this board post it online at NorthernLife.ca or e-mail [email protected], phone 705-673-5667 ext. 367. All locations for Sudbury unless otherwise indicated.

January 31

SHARED SOLUTIONS WORKSHOP-Understanding the Ministry of Education document, preventing and resolving conflict, New Sudbury Public Library, 6:30-8 pm, [email protected] or 705-522-0100.

GRIEF EDUCATION FOR THE WORKPLACE-Effects of unresolved loss in the workplace, $155 includes lunch, Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel. 50 Brady St., 9 am-4 pm, RSVP by phone 705-858-2371 or [email protected]

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.

CATHOLICS RETURNING HOME-Open door for those considering renewing their relationship with the church, St Patrick’s Church, 39 Walford Rd., 7-8:30 pm, 705-522-3900.

OUTDOOR BALL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT-Feb 16, 3-on-3, $20/person, entertainment by Larry Barrio, Beausejour Resort, Alban, 10 am-6 pm, register by phoning 705-561-4387 after 4 pm.

AL-ANON MEETING-New location, ParkSide Centre, 140 Durham St., Tuesdays, 7 pm.

February 1

SHARE A BOOK-Cambrian College is collecting new and gently used books until Mar 4, drop-off at public libraries, best start early literacy programs or Cambrian’s Early Childhood Education program.

SOUP SANDWICH SONG-Music by Kountry Kats, $4.99, ParkSide Centre, 140 Durham St., 11 am-2 pm, 705-592-2115.

VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS-And tax preparers needed for Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, Mar-Apr, contact Linda Dupuis 705-560-3330 ext. 222.

UNITED WAY SUDBURY-Is accepting nominations for Volunteer of the Year, Active Living, Mentorship, Social Justice, Leadership, and Environmental Advocacy, must be aged 20-39, GenNext Volunteer Awards Gala takes place Apr 19, email [email protected] or visit unitedwaysudbury.com.

VOLUNTEER TRAINING-Maison Vale Hospice is offering Palliative Care Training in French starting Apr 9, contact Sylvie, 705-674-9252 or [email protected]

February 2

INDOOR YARD SALE-Feb 2-3, antiques, jewelry, art, books, home decor, Place Bonaventure Mall, Chelmsford, 9:30 am-4:30 pm.

BOOK SALE-Until Feb 9, Levack Public Library, 1 Hillside, Onaping, Mon & Sat 10 am-2 pm; Tues-Thurs 3-8 pm, 705-688-3951.

CARE FOR CAREGIVERS-Free Sudbury Symphony Event, Glad Tidings Church, 8 pm, register by phoning 705-677-0077.

DINNER DANCE-Ladies Auxiliary 45th anniversary, music by Victor John, $15, Royal Canadian Legion Br#76, 1553 Weller St., chicken dinner 6 pm, dance at 8 pm.

RAINBOW ROUTES HIKE CLUB-Snowshoeing along Ramsey Lake during the Pond Hockey Tournament, meet at Science North near the Rainbow Routes trail sign, 9:45 am, 705-674-4455 ext. 2474.

PEROGIES-Cabbage rolls, Saturdays, St. Mary's Church, 40 Notre Dame, 10 am-2 pm, 705-675-8244.

February 3

EDUCATION BRUNCH-For Francophones 50+, guest speaker Aurélie Lacasagne, $15, Howard Johnson, 50 Brady St., 12 pm, reserve by phoning 705-566-2341.

TEA AT THE OPERA-$25, proceeds to the Sudbury Arts Council, Jubilee Centre, 195 Applegrove St., 2-4 pm, 705-674-3590.

YOUNG SUDBURY SINGERS-Now accepting new members in Grades 2-12, rehearses Wednesdays from 6-7:15 pm, Sudbury Secondary School, 705-673-2932 or [email protected]

February 4

SIT AND KNIT-With Linda Dunn, until Mar 25, South End Library, 1991 Regent St., 1-2:30 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.

February 5

SIT AND KNIT CIRCLE-All skill levels welcome, Tuesdays until May 28, South End Library, 1991 Regent St., 6-7:30 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.

LAPTOP BASIC TRAINING-Participants must bring their own laptop, spots limited to 8, Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie St., 1:30-3 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.

CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT-Six-week Workshop, Sudbury Outpatient Centre, room 242, 2nd floor, 865 Regent St., 2-4:30 pm, phone to register 705-523-7155.

February 6

POLICE RECRUITMENT-Information session, Tom Davies Square, council chambers, 6:30-9 pm, www.gsps.ca.

SUDBURY UNIVERSITY OPEN HOUSE-Campus master plan, Laurentian University, Alumni Hall, parking in lot 1, 3:20-5 pm, laurentian.ca/content/campus-master-plan.

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR HOME-With Lisa Ashley, Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie St., 6:30 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED-St. Joseph's Health Centre looking for volunteers to contribute to the wellness of Long-term care residents in the Continuing Care Centre, phone 705-674-4447 ext. 1330 or sjsudbury.com.

February 7

FRANCOPHONE BOOKCLUB-Discussion Louis L'Allier's book Les cendres de l'Etna, 430 Notre Dame Ave., 2 pm, 705-566-1048.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS-Thursdays until Feb 28, South End Public Library, 1991 Regent St., 6 pm, sudburylibraries.ca.

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.

CATHOLICS RETURNING HOME-Open door for those considering renewing their relationship with the church, St Patrick’s Church, 39 Walford Rd., 7-8:30 pm, 705-522-3900.

OUTDOOR BALL HOCKEY TOURNAMENT-Feb 16, 3-on-3, $20/person, entertainment by Larry Barrio, Beausejour Resort, Alban, 10 am-6 pm, register by phoning 705-561-4387 after 4 pm.

February 8

VALENTINE CELEBRATION-Romantic Skit, raffle, 50/50 draw, $4/members, $5/non-members, 111 Lounge, 1:30 pm.

VOLUNTEER TRAINING-Maison Vale Hospice is offering Palliative Care Training in French starting Apr 9, contact Sylvie, 705-674-9252 or [email protected]

SOUP SANDWICH SONG-Music by The Boomers, $4.99, ParkSide Centre, 140 Durham St., 11 am-2 pm, 705-592-2115.

VOLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS-And tax preparers needed for Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, Mar-Apr, contact Linda Dupuis 705-560-3330 ext. 222. 

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