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Meadowbrook to celebrate spring

Meadowbrook Retirement Village, located in Lively, is hosting a variety of exciting and free spring events. The Great Outdoors Event with Ramakko's will take place this Sunday from 1 to 4 pm.
Sudbury senior games ready to roll once
  again

Sudbury senior games ready to roll once again

The 2006 Sudbury Senior Games has something to tickle any sports lovers fancy. Registrations for the popular annual event takes place from April 10 to 28.

Place Bonaventure to host bridal show

Place Bonaventure Mall in  Chelmsford will present its second annual Bridal Show Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30.

Survivorman joins Northern Pikes

Les Stroud, star of the Outdoor Life Network television show Survivorman, will join the Northern Pikes on stage at St. Andrew's tonight (Sunday) at 7 pm.
Fitness centre expansion leads to increased  membership

Fitness centre expansion leads to increased membership

The exercise room at Howard Armstrong Recreational Centre (HARC) badly needed a makeover.

Long-term care homes want more help

Most able-bodied people couldn't get out of bed, bathe, brush their teeth and dress in 10 minutes. But that's what frail seniors living in long-term care homes across the province are expected to do, with the help of aides.

Colin Linden to perform April 8

Blues guitarist Colin Linden will perform at the Guitars Alive concert Saturday, April 8 at 7:30 pm at Sudbury Secondary School. Continuing the musical tradition, this year's program will feature guitar ensembles from MacLeod Public School, St.
Communities learn about each other by making
  bread

Communities learn about each other by making bread

BY GIANNI UBRIACO Bread; it's a small word, but it means so many things to so many people. It's one of the very few things in the world that makes each community unique, and at the same time, it connects us together.

Board approves 2006-07 school year calendar

The school year calendar for 2006-07 was approved by Rainbow District School Board trustees at their regular meeting on March 20.

Christmas cards reflection of traditions and trends

Englishman Henry Cole gave birth to the idea of Christmas cards in 1843. Since he was too busy to write a personal holiday greeting, Cole hired well-known London artist John Calcott Horsley to design a card he could send to all his acquaintances.