Community Messages

Thursday, February 27
All day

Parkinson support group

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Parkinson Support Group meeting Thursday, March 5 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church on Cassells Street. For information, call Bev at 705-495-1834  

09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Friday, February 28
05:30 AM

Corbeil Four Season Jam Night

05:30 AM — 11:00 PM

Friday, February 28th enjoy a delicious dinner of Wings and Fries and after dinner, enjoy the sounds from guitars, drums, fiddles and much more while our friends and members jam. Doors open at 5:30p.m. and dinner is served ay 6:00p.m. Pound of Wings/Fries is $12.00 per person  

Location/Venue Name
Corbeil Four Seasons

  • 1482 Corbeil Road, Corbeil, P0H 1K0
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
11:00 AM

Cafeteria Style Luncheon

11:00 AM — 01:00 PM

hosted by Trinity UCW at Trinity United Church, 111 McIntyre Street E (at Ferguson) Friday, February 28, 11 am to 1 pm.

Location/Venue Name
Trinity United Church

  • 111 McIntyre Street East (at Ferguson), North Bay, P1B 1C5
Saturday, February 29
09:00 AM

Rummage Sale

09:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Carmichael United Church (521 Four Mile Lake Road) Saturday February 29th from 9am - 1pm Muffins, sandwiches, tea and coffee are also available.  All are welcome  For more info contact 705-472-5931

Location/Venue Name
Carmichael United Church

  • 521 Four Mile Lake Rd. , North Bay, Ontario
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
12:00 PM

Corbeil Four Season darts

12:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Saturday, February 29th come out and join a team to try your luck at FUN DARTS person.. Registration is 12 noon and the games start at 1:00. The cost is only $2.00 per person.  

Location/Venue Name
Corbeil Four Seasons

  • 1482 Corbeil Road, Corbeil, P0H 1K0
01:00 PM

North Bay's Children's Wish Princess and Superhero Party

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

Calling all Princesses and Superheroes! Moms and Dads can bring out their inner child and join us at the Princess and Superhero Party at École secondaire publique Odyssée, 480 Norman Avenue. We promise an exciting afternoon of everything magical and fun; princess beauty parlour, superhero hair styling, craft stations, partying with Princesses, Action Heroes and includes a tasty cupcake. Royal Subjects will party the afternoon away!

Location/Venue Name
École secondaire publique Odyssée

  • 480 Norman Ave, North Bay , P1B 0A8
07:30 PM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135

Saturday, February 29 to Sunday, March 1
07:30 PM — 12:00 AM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135 Where: 135 Worthington St. West What: Come out and dance to music provided by various entertainers. When: Saturday evenings Door opens at 7:30 pm Bar opens at 8:00 pm Music starts at 8:00 pm Light lunch served at 11:00 pm Admission: Members $5.00                    Non   Members $7.00 September 14th: Dennis and Laurie Goulais September 21st: Keith Whitfield  September 28th: Ghost Rider  

Location/Venue Name
Golden Age Club

  • 135 Worthington St. W, North Bay, Ontario
Sunday, March 1
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Monday, March 2
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Tuesday, March 3
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Wednesday, March 4
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
06:30 PM

Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption CWL General Meeting

06:30 PM — 08:30 PM

Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption CWL General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall including a spiritual program, business meeting and social.  New members are always welcome.

Location/Venue Name
Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption

  • 480 McIntyre Street West, North Bay, P1B 2Z4
Thursday, March 5
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
11:00 AM

Beyond Dying Lunch&Learn

11:00 AM — 01:00 PM

Care for the Caregiver Lise Leblanc, author and registered psychotherapist Whether professional or personal, caregiving can be physically, mentally, and  emotionally exhausting. The chronic stress of these roles and responsibilities can become overwhelming and lead to burnout. In this workshop, you will learn the importance of making yourself a priority, including how to take charge of your own wellness needs through healthy adjustments to your thoughts, emotions, and actions. You will leave this workshop with a whole new awareness of yourself and a renewed commitment to making positive changes to your caregiving situation. As a therapist for over twenty years, Lise Leblanc has seen the devastating effects that caregiving can have on people, especially when they are not taking care of themselves. She also has first-hand experience from her own caregiving journey. She was the main caregiver for her grandmother who had Alzheimer’s disease after her grandfather died suddenly. Limited space. For more information and to register please visit the event webpage http://bit.ly/BeyondDyingMarch5

Location/Venue Name
St Joseph Motherhouse

  • 2025 Main St W, North Bay, P1B 2X6
06:30 PM

Screening of The Woman Who Loves Giraffes, Followed by Q & A with the Producer, Director and Dr Anne Innis Dagg!!

06:30 PM — 10:00 PM

Date:  March 5th                      Doors Open: 6:30 PM        Film Starts: 7:00 PM   Location: Nipissing University, B200 - 100 College Drive (follow the signs!)   In The Woman Who Loves Giraffes, pioneering Canadian scientist Dr. Anne Innis Dagg re-traces the steps of her ground-breaking 1956 journey to South Africa to study giraffes in the wild. Now, in her eighties, Anne sees a startling contrast between the world of giraffes she once knew and the one it has become. Weaving through the past and present, her harrowing journey gives us an intimate look into the factors that destroyed her career and the global forces that brought her back.   Admission: Voluntary Donation to Forests without Borders. All proceeds from the event are going to Forests without Borders a registered charity that helps people restore forests. Forests without Borders currently has projects in Kenya, Tanzania and Ghana that integrates public education and forest restoration. All of these countries have giraffe habitat.   Extras!!  
  • After the screening, there will be a Q&A with the film’s producer, Northern Ontario’s Joanne Jackson, Dr Anne Innis Dagg and the Film’s Director, Alison Reid.
 
  • Nipissing University’s Biology Society, also assisting with the event, will be selling popcorn and beverages at the door.
  Event Contact: Melanie Alkins, melalkins@hotmail.com or 705-477-2801   For More info: www.theWomanWhoLovesGiraffes.com   For the Movie Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6_UVfr-HfI&t=36s     What have critics said about this film?   “Should be at the top of everyone’s ‘Must See’ films” Association of Women film journalists   “Anne’s unmitigated joy is the film’s secret sauce” NY Times

Location/Venue Name
Nipissing University, Room B200 (follow the signs!)

  • 100 College Drive, North Bay, P1B 9S9
Friday, March 6
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Saturday, March 7
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
07:30 PM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135

07:30 PM — 11:00 PM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135 Where: 135 Worthington St. West What: Come out and dance to music provided by various entertainers. When: Saturday evenings Door opens at 7:30 pm Bar opens at 8:00 pm Music starts at 8:00 pm Light lunch served at 11:00 pm Admission: Members $5.00                    Non   Members $7.00 September 14th: Dennis and Laurie Goulais September 21st: Keith Whitfield  September 28th: Ghost Rider  

Location/Venue Name
Golden Age Club

  • 135 Worthington St. W, North Bay, Ontario
Sunday, March 8
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Monday, March 9
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Tuesday, March 10
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
07:00 PM

Solitary Refinement Play

07:00 PM — 09:00 PM

How does someone survive 14 years of torture, imprisonment and starvation? And how do they emerge from that smiling? Voice of the Martyrs Canada (VOMC) is sponsoring a national tour of a hit stage play that enacts incredible true stories of best-selling author Richard Wurmbrand, and addressing Christian persecution around the world today. Often met with standing ovations, the stage play brings to life the ministry’s late founder, Richard Wurmbrand (author of Tortured For Christ), to tell his own transcendent tale from a transformative prison cell.   “The play is affirming and informing, but also challenging,” observes VOMC’s CEO Doug McKenzie. “It poses a powerful question in the here and now:  would we be willing to suffer for Christ, as others are doing in so many countries today?”     

Wednesday, March 11
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Thursday, March 12
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Friday, March 13
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Saturday, March 14
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
07:30 PM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135

Saturday, March 14 to Sunday, March 15
07:30 PM — 12:00 AM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135 Where: 135 Worthington St. West What: Come out and dance to music provided by various entertainers. When: Saturday evenings Door opens at 7:30 pm Bar opens at 8:00 pm Music starts at 8:00 pm Light lunch served at 11:00 pm Admission: Members $5.00                    Non   Members $7.00 September 14th: Dennis and Laurie Goulais September 21st: Keith Whitfield  September 28th: Ghost Rider  

Location/Venue Name
Golden Age Club

  • 135 Worthington St. W, North Bay, Ontario
Sunday, March 15
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Monday, March 16
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Tuesday, March 17
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Wednesday, March 18
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Thursday, March 19
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
11:00 AM

Beyond Dying lunch&learn

11:00 AM — 01:00 PM

The Role of a Death Doula Jana Brogan, End of Life Care specialist Death is a natural and inevitable part of life yet it is something western culture has forgotten how to do. Showing up, being present and holding space with death is not easy but it is worthwhile. This is something that used to happen at the community level as well as within the family. An important aspect of being a Death Doula is reintroducing this concept to modern society and helping people reconnect to a natural innate process, empowering those actively dying and the people who love them. Jana Brogan is a Death Doula certified in Contemplative End of Life Care. She received her certification through the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto where she is also studying Therapeutic Clinical Herbal Medicine. Limited space; please register to reserve a spot. For more information and to sign up please go to event webpage: http://bit.ly/BeyondDyingMarch19  

Location/Venue Name
St Joseph Motherhouse

  • 2025 Main St W, North Bay, P1B 2X6
Friday, March 20
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Saturday, March 21
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

Game On! Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

The North Bay Museum invites visitors of all ages to join us for March Break during "Game On!" Retro Video Game Exhibit and Arcade. $5 Admission includes unlimited gaming on consoles (including Atari, Nintendo, Sega, Intellivision and more!)

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
07:30 PM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135

Saturday, March 21 to Sunday, March 22
07:30 PM — 12:00 AM

Saturday Night Dances at Club 135 Where: 135 Worthington St. West What: Come out and dance to music provided by various entertainers. When: Saturday evenings Door opens at 7:30 pm Bar opens at 8:00 pm Music starts at 8:00 pm Light lunch served at 11:00 pm Admission: Members $5.00                    Non   Members $7.00 September 14th: Dennis and Laurie Goulais September 21st: Keith Whitfield  September 28th: Ghost Rider  

Location/Venue Name
Golden Age Club

  • 135 Worthington St. W, North Bay, Ontario
Sunday, March 22
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Monday, March 23
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Tuesday, March 24
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Wednesday, March 25
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8
Thursday, March 26
05:30 AM

Rotary4Kids Fundraiser

05:30 AM — 09:00 PM

This year’s Rotary4Kids radio-a-thon will be on location at Canadian Tire, starting at 5:30 am on Thursday, March 26th and then move to Burger World on Algonquin on Friday, March 27th for the wrap-up show from 7 to 10 am. KiSS 100.5 Morning show host Kevin Oschefski will once again be on the air for 29 hours raising money for Rotary4Kids all in support of area children and youth with special needs. This will be the 18th year the Rotary Club of North Bay has organized the radio-a-thon in partnership with the Nipissing Association for Disabled Youth (NADY) and the invaluable support of Burger World; and for the 2nd year - North Bay Canadian Tire. YOU CAN DONATE ANYTIME at www.rotary4kids.ca

Location/Venue Name
Canadian Tire North Bay

  • 890 McKeown Avenue, North Bay, P1B 8M1
09:15 AM

Volunteers Needed at Family Enrichment Program

09:15 AM — 11:15 AM

 Looking for Active Volunteers to play with toddlers and preschoolers.Monday or Wednesday or Thursday mornings 9:15-11:15. If you enjoy young children please call 705-472-2152 mornings

Location/Venue Name
Family Enrichment Program

  • 570 First Ave. E, North Bay, Ontario
10:00 AM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior

10:00 AM — 05:00 PM

What Lies Beneath: Canadian Shipwrecks of Lake Superior was developed by the Thunder Bay Museum to travel across Canada. This exhibit tells the largely undocumented story of many of the ships that wrecked in Canadian waters including passenger liners, war ships, freighters, ghost ships, yachts, fishing boats, and tugs. Also included are some of the Canadian vessels that wrecked off the American island of Isle Royale, just a short distance from Thunder Bay and part of the area’s navigation route. Featuring video footage, interviews, and selected artifacts from many of the wrecks, What Lies Beneath illustrates through first-hand accounts from survivors the struggle between humans and their environment, and stories of human courage and survival.

Location/Venue Name
North Bay Museum

  • 100 Ferguson Street, North Bay, P1B 1W8