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Only four more sleeps until the Santa Claus Parade

Only four more sleeps until the Santa Claus Parade

Beginning in Downtown Sudbury at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 19, the Santa Claus parade promises to be the best yet, especially after a two-year hiatus
Dance festival runs at Sudbury Indie Cinema this month

Dance festival runs at Sudbury Indie Cinema this month

Check out ‘Dance Onscreen’ Nov. 17-20
Want to make mochi? Kako’s Kitchen has the class for you

Want to make mochi? Kako’s Kitchen has the class for you

Takako Boyle of Kako’s Kitchen will be offering workshops on how you can create and work with traditional Japanese favourites like mochi, miso and sushi rolls
Award-winning pianist to perform at Cambrian Nov. 23

Award-winning pianist to perform at Cambrian Nov. 23

David Potvin is the winner of the 45th Eckhardt-Gramatté International Competition
Sudbury author launching latest political thriller this month

Sudbury author launching latest political thriller this month

Retired deputy fire chief Dave Wickenden has become a prolific writer
<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
Les Concerts La Nuit presents On Demand shows until Jan. 3

Les Concerts La Nuit presents On Demand shows until Jan. 3

You can enjoy the Bilinguish Boys, the up-and-coming duo Meagan Bigras and Zachary Clement as well as the stand-up comedy and hosting by Chloé Thériault
‘Empowerment pageant’ raises $34K for cancer charity

‘Empowerment pageant’ raises $34K for cancer charity

Delegates aged 25 to 64 took part in the recent event
Franco-Ontarian concert La Nuit sur L’etang back in spring 2023

Franco-Ontarian concert La Nuit sur L’etang back in spring 2023

Celebrating the 50th anniversary, the Francophone concert series will take place on March 24 and 24 and will feature a look to the past, as well as the future of the culture
‘O Christmas Tea’ headed to Fraser Auditorium Nov. 19

‘O Christmas Tea’ headed to Fraser Auditorium Nov. 19

Show is rich in wordplay, physical comedy and interactive elements, and brings the James & Jamesy comedy duo to the Nickel City