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Sudbury Indie Cinema goes to the dogs this weekend

Sudbury Indie Cinema goes to the dogs this weekend

Dog Video Fest hits the big screen Jan. 14 and 28
Purchase tickets to see Consone Quartet in February

Purchase tickets to see Consone Quartet in February

City of Lakes Music Society presenting Feb. 22 concert
Local maker would love ribbon skirts to become an everyday sight

Local maker would love ribbon skirts to become an everyday sight

Sioux Roque was overwhelmed with pride during the first celebration of National Ribbon Skirt Day
<updated>What’s on where:</updated> Things to do in Sudbury

What’s on where: Things to do in Sudbury

A look at what's happening in the community
Share your Superstack memories, get published

Share your Superstack memories, get published

Sudbury Writers’ Guild putting together book full of stories, facts, poems and pictures of our beloved Superstack
Featuring local kids, ‘The Little Mermaid Jr.’ runs Jan. 12-22

Featuring local kids, ‘The Little Mermaid Jr.’ runs Jan. 12-22

The show runs a little more than an hour, making it perfect for younger audiences
SPG’s ‘Spelling Bee’ a ‘charming little show’

SPG’s ‘Spelling Bee’ a ‘charming little show’

But don’t be surprised if you’re pulled out of the audience to show off your spelling prowess (or lack thereof)
Kim Fahner holding Jan. 14 Sudbury book signing

Kim Fahner holding Jan. 14 Sudbury book signing

Former Greater Sudbury poet laureate will be selling and signing copies of her latest book of poetry
Sudbury author’s novel focuses on Ukraine-Russia war

Sudbury author’s novel focuses on Ukraine-Russia war

The protagonist in Michael Kelly’s book is a Russian mother who travels to war-torn Ukraine to reunite with her soldier son
Sudbury author paired with Shostakovich in Jan. 7 SSO show

Sudbury author paired with Shostakovich in Jan. 7 SSO show

What do a post-apocalyptic novel set in an Indigenous Northern Ontario community and a string quartet written by a Soviet-era composer have in common? Plenty, it turns out