For 14 years Women in Black have been delighting audiences in Thunder Bay and the surrounding areas at special events and in concert. With a wide variety of musical styles, Margaret Hawkins(flute), Susan Korstanje(violin) and Mary Welby(cello) look forward to presenting an evening of familiar favourites from Bach to Beatles, with original compositions from composer/arranger David Hawkins.
The Women in Black look forward to presenting a varied program at the Lake Superior Art Gallery on October 10th.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. with the concert beginning at 8 p.m.
Entrance to the gallery is through Justice Ave., off Brodie Street. Justice Avenue is the laneway between the new Consolidated Court House and Victoriaville Centre.
512 Victoria Ave East, Thunder Bay
Friday, October 4, 2013 from 3 pm to 7pm
Cindy Crowe is very proud to announce the Grand Opening of Blue Sky Community Healing Centre and invites you to attend the festivities.
Blue Sky Community Healing Centre is a collective home to teaching, healing and cultural organizations like Waabi-ma’iingan (Grey Wolf) Traditional Teaching Lodge. You can obtain additional information at: greywolfteachinglodge.ca
On Saturday Oct 6, 2012 Unveiled Bridal Boutique located at 504 E. Victoria Ave. had their Grand Opening. Unveiled Bridal Boutique has a beautiful selection of wedding dresses and cocktail dresses with a number of exclusive lines. Call the store 475-7575 to set up your appointment. If you have a chance, visit the store and meet Shelby Ch’ng the owner, and welcome her to the Fort William Business District
This Wednesday September the 19th starting at 11 a.m to 3 p.m. Scotiabank employees invite our BIA members to attend their 100th Anniversary Open House. Come in and a cup of coffee and a piece of cake.
Toni Murphy, Manager of Scotiabank ~ Hewitson St., Mayor Keith Hobbs and Joyce Kerr, Manager of Scotiabank May & Victoria, stand in front of a historical display of Scotiabank