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Virtual Scholastic Book Fair

The grade 2,3,4 students of École catholique Franco-Terrace are organizing a Virtual Scholastic book fair starting Monday May 3rd to Friday May 17th. There are over 450 french and english books to choose from. Shipping is free for orders of 40$ or more and on all orders made on family nights- wednesdays between 6:00 and 8:00pm. The books will be shipped to your address. Organizing this book fair allows the students to practice several important skills like financial literacy, writing and oral communication. To shop, just follow the link on the Franco-Terrace's Facebook page.

Plant and Seed Sale- May 22

The Nipigon Legion is hosting a plant and seed sale on May 22nd, outside parking lot. visiting niprockhort.com for more details.

Sexual Assault Awareness month

 Sexual Assault Awareness month

 the Ontario Coalition of rape crisis centres are offering Sexual Assault Awareness Month course.
Conversations on online Sexual Violence
May 26 and 27 from 1-3pm
Via Zoom
May 26 - Panel on community Based support
May 27 - Webinar on jDigital Safery
Pleae resiter Via our eventbrite page.


Contact Information
Name: Adrianna Atkins
Phone #: 807-228-2880
Email: northernautismfamilies@gmail.com

Emotional Eating & Cravings Virtual Group Program


If you struggle with strong food cravings or eating to cope with stress, boredom or other emotions, this program might be for you. In 6 weeks you will learn about mindful eating, skills to help you manage your toughest food cravings and how to make changes to your eating habits last. This program is being done virtually and is only available to clients of the Marathon Family Health Team. Register by asking your healthcare provider to refer you or by calling Michelle at 229-1541 extension 232.

Fish and Chips - Hornepayne

The Hornepayne Royal Canadian Legion BR 194, will be hosting a Fish and Chips fund raising on Friday June 4th. It will be served with fries or poutine and coleslaw. With plain fries, it will be $20.00 with Poutine style, it will be $25 a plate. It will be take-out only, between 5pm to 6pm. Pre-orders, call or text 1-705-955-7226. Delivery available at $5.00 fee.

Plant and Seed Sale

The Nipigon Legion will be holding a Plant and Seed Sale on June 5 outside parking lot. visit niprockhort.com for more details as they become available.

Manitouwadge Food Bank


The  Manitouwadge Food Bank is OPEN EACH Weds 1:30-3:30& Closed the LAST Weds of each Month. Food emergency ? Call Carol B 826-4326

 

Medical Transportation - Greenstone

The Municipality of Greenstone’s Aging at Home Medical Transportation program provides transportation for ambulatory Seniors in Greenstone to medical and health related appointments. This service is available for both local and appointments in Thunder Bay on a first-come first-served basis. Third party assignment of an eligible Northern Health Travel Grant is required. For more ifo call the community Service Dept at 854-1100

A Superior Adventure

In collaboration with the Nipigon, Dorion and Red Rock Public Libraries, participate in A Superior Adventure this summer!
Get out and explore the hiking trails and locations in your communities of Dorion/Hurkett, Red Rock, Nipigon and Lake Helen!
Participate in monthly and some weekly, challenges and submit to RockingLibraries@gmail.com for your chance to win prizes, generously sponsored by community businesses.
Program details – including monthly challenges, prizes, and sponsors; are available online and through your library.  Check out your library’s websites and Facebook pages for information!
Contact your public library in Red Rock, Dorion or Nipigon for more details!

St John Ambulance Spring Into Summer Draw 2021

Rock 94, 91.5 CKPR, Energy 103 104 and CFNO are proud to support the St John Ambulance Spring Into Summer Draw 2021

Wednesday, August 25 at 2pm at St John Ambulance

1st Prize: Recreational World RV- 2021 Forest River Grey Wolf 29TE Travel Trailer Estimated Retail Value: $41,097 (includes taxes, license and document fees)

2nd Prize: J&J Sports- Honda EU3000iS Inverter RV Generator with 6 Year Warranty Estimated Retail Value: $3,309.76 (includes taxes)

3rd Prize: Wilderness Supply- Systems Radar 115 series Fishing Kayak  Power and pedal capabilities with an Aquabound Stingray FG paddle Estimated Retail Value: $2,211.41 (includes taxes)

Grand Prize Draw: Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.  All draws will be held at St. John Ambulance, 518 Fort William Road, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 2Z8.
Early Bird Draws - All early bird winners are eligible for all subsequent draws. To be eligible for all 9 draws, tickets must be purchased 48 hours prior to the first draw.

Only 10,000 tickets printed- ON SALE NOW at St John Ambulance only!

First Early Bird Draw Wednesday, April 21, 2021 2:00 p.m. • Making memories with KOA! Thunder Bay KOA Family Camping Package. Two night stay at KOA including a deluxe cabin rental for a family of four. Package includes driving range, mini golf and firewood.  Total retail value $550. • St. John Ambulance Family First Aid Kit and a Standard First Aid with Level A CPR and AED Course. Total retail value $187.40 • Chaltrek Work & Play Outdoors Gift Certificate worth $100

Second Early Bird Draw Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 2:00 p.m. • Kashabowie River Resort - Enjoy a 4 night stay for 4 guests in one of our fabulous cabins on Lake Shebandowan. Prize also includes a boat and motor rental. Total retail value $1,000. • KBM Outdoor Ultimate Hiking Package  Contents includes: Fenix 3 Multi Sport Training GPS Watch, Mil-Spex Assault Back Pack, Fox Sonic Whistle, Compac Ice Survival Ice Claws, Coghlan’s Pocket Sierra Saw, Coghlan’s Chow-Kit, Ben’s Insect Repellant, Double Signal Flare Launch & Flares, North 49 LED Head Lamp, KBM Hoodie & Toque. Total Retail Value $985.38 including HST. • D&R Sporting Goods Fishing Package - Prize includes 2 rods, 2 reels, 2 life jackets and a $25 gift certificate. Total retail value $250

Lottery Licence number: M835578
 

TOPS - Longlac

TOPS – take off pounds sensibly – weight loss support group meets Tuesday’s at the Longlac Senior’s Centre. Weigh in begins at 4:30p, meeting at 5p – Everyone welcome

Area AA Meeting

Area AA Meeting – Open Door Group, Thunderbird Child Y Family centre, 153 Kenogmai Road, Longlac. Fridays 7p.m. Contact 854-6891

RED ROCK LIBRARY

The Red Rock Public Library book return box (located within Municipal building lobby) will not be accessible during the province-wide closure. Please keep your books and return once we open.

And if you need books or resources, don't forget you can access digital copies at Overdrive/Libby, learn a language at Mango, find information at Britannica Encyclopedia. Access these databases and many more online resources at redrock.olsn.ca you just need your 8-digit library card number. Email rrocklib@gmail.com if you live in Red Rock and need a library card, don't know what your card number is, or need help using any of these databases. And follow us on Facebook for even more links and updates!

Geraldton Chamber of Commerce Meeting

Geraldton District Chamber of Commerce meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:30p in the meeting room at the Elsie Dugard Public Library. Members are invited to attend.

Longlac Chamber of Commerce

Longlac Chamber of Commerce meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30p in the Longlac Tourist Information Centre. All members invited.

HAND-I-VAN

The Red Rock Golden Club Hand-i-van services are available for return transportation to Thunder Bay from Red Rock or Nipigon. COVID 19 safety procedures are in place. To book transportation and for costs call the Red Rock Township 886-2245

Longlac Tops

Longlac Tops
Tops  take off pounds sensibly – weight loss support group meets Tuesday’s at the Longlac Senior’s Centre. Weigh-ins begins at 4:30p, meeting at 5:00p. Everyone is welcome.

Seniors Services Van - Marathon

Seniors Services Van - Marathon
Available to persons in Marathon  who require accessible transportation and all person age 55 and older. The van operates Mondays, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9:30am until 4:30p to attend health and related appointments and wellness programs. a nominal fee will apply but no one will be denied service due  to inability to pay. Call now to register – 229-1740 ext 278 to book your ride