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Sudbury Listings, May 17th to May 19th

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17th of May

Spirituality: Has COVID-19 Affected Your Physical and Mental Health? Father Raymond Akor of Christ the King Church Downtown invites everyone to participate in his sermons, either online or at church, Tuesday through Friday at 12:15 p.m., Saturday at 5 p.m., or Sunday at 10:15 a.m. To watch online visit mcnmediatv.com search for Sudbury and click on the Christ the King Church image or go to YouTube.com and search for Fr. Raymond Akor at Christ the King, Sudbury. To attend in person, use the north entrance of the church behind the rock, just off Ste. Anne’s street. All COVID-19 restrictions apply. All welcome.

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Theatre: The Sudbury Indie Cinema is open. For the full program and to purchase tickets, go to sudburyindiecinema.com.

Drawing: HSN 50/50 Cash Lottery for the North 50/50 drawing runs at www.hsn5050.ca. Residents throughout Ontario over the age of 18 may purchase tickets for a chance to win.

Art: Adversity can often inspire great art. Such is certainly the case for this year’s senior class in Cambrian College’s Design and Fine Arts program. The circumstances of the past two years with COVID-19 have fueled the works on display. The show is presented online. The full catalog of works, along with bios, is available at cambrianartgradshow.ca.

Drawing: Tickets for the Maison McCulloch Hospice 50/50 drawing can be purchased at www.hospicehug5050.ca.

Draw: St Joseph’s Foundation has started a 50/50 draw to raise money for continued care in Sudbury. To purchase tickets, visit St Joseph’s secure portal at www.stjoessudbury5050.ca.

Science: Science North has partnered with the Virtual Science Center to present Reinventing Reality: Explore the Science of Virtual Reality, a new special exhibit running through September 5. Guests will experience virtual reality first-hand in a fully immersive exhibition. You will discover how VR uses the brain and sometimes fools it to make the virtual world seem real. You will also study how computers create and project 3D objects in the virtual and real world. They’ll also step into a VR headset in more ways than one and explore how VR uses tools like cameras and gyroscopes to capture body and head movement so they can interact with the virtual environments they see. Visit www.virtualsciencecenter.org for more information.

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Art: The Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario presents its first exhibition in its new home at Place des Arts. In Pi, in progress, artist Lise Beaudry shares the process of creating Pi (2020-22), a permanent installation 3.14 meters tall. Located in the foyer of Place des Arts, on the corner of Elgin and Larch streets, Pi resembles a column. In the GNO gallery, the video installation Shine Bright/Behind the Scenes (2021-22) brings together the artist’s numerous finds in the archives of the seven founding organizations of the Place des Arts. Echoing the 15,000 stacked photos and the transcendent value of Pi, the video reveals the creative impulse that underlies a nascent artistic community. Until May 30th.

May 18th

Photography: SAC invites photographers and nature lovers to submit photos for Naturally Sudbury, a 2023 desk calendar printed in partnership with Journal Printing. Submissions should focus on Sudbury’s natural beauty. A good smartphone and an artistic eye are enough. Every photographer selected for the color calendar will receive five calendars as a thank you, a mention in the calendar and, of course, bragging rights. For more information, visit the Sudbury Arts Council website at sudburyartscouncil.ca. The closing date for entries is June 1st.

Community: Residents are invited to provide feedback on phase two of the city’s official plan review. The OP is a blueprint to guide the development of Greater Sudbury over the next 20 years. You can view a recent presentation and related documents and submit your feedback at overtoyou.greatersudbury.ca until June 3 at 11:59 p.m.

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Buy Tickets (Music): The Sudbury Summer Concert Series and Cabin Media Entertainment Group have announced that platinum-selling Canadian country icon Brett Kissel will play at the Grace Hartman Amphitheater on Saturday, July 23. Nate Haller will join him. Tickets are available at www.cabinmedia.ca.

Theatre: The Sudbury Indie Cinema is open. For the full program and to purchase tickets, go to sudburyindiecinema.com.

Drawing: HSN 50/50 Cash Lottery for the North 50/50 drawing runs at www.hsn5050.ca. Residents throughout Ontario over the age of 18 may purchase tickets for a chance to win.

Science: Science North has partnered with the Virtual Science Center to present Reinventing Reality: Explore the Science of Virtual Reality, a new special exhibit running through September 5. Guests will experience virtual reality first-hand in a fully immersive exhibition. You will discover how VR uses the brain and sometimes fools it to make the virtual world seem real. You will also study how computers create and project 3D objects in the virtual and real world. They’ll also step into a VR headset in more ways than one and explore how VR uses tools like cameras and gyroscopes to capture body and head movement so they can interact with the virtual environments they see. Visit www.virtualsciencecenter.org for more information.

Drawing: Tickets for the Maison McCulloch Hospice 50/50 drawing can be purchased at www.hospicehug5050.ca.

Art: Adversity can often inspire great art. Such is certainly the case for this year’s senior class in Cambrian College’s Design and Fine Arts program. The circumstances of the past two years with COVID-19 have fueled the works on display. The show is presented online. The full catalog of works, along with bios, is available at cambrianartgradshow.ca.

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Draw: St Joseph’s Foundation has started a 50/50 draw to raise money for continued care in Sudbury. To purchase tickets, visit St Joseph’s secure portal at www.stjoessudbury5050.ca.

Music (Buy Tickets): Platinum-selling Canadian country icon Brett Kissel will perform at Bell Park’s Grace Hartman Amphitheater on July 23. Kissel will not be alone; He’ll bring his buddy Nate Haller with him. Tickets are available now at Cabinmedia.ca. For more information on Kissel, visit facebook.com/brettkisselmusic.

Community: Residents are invited to provide feedback on phase two of the city’s official plan review. The OP is a blueprint to guide the development of Greater Sudbury over the next 20 years. You can view a recent presentation and related documents and submit your feedback at overtoyou.greatersudbury.ca until June 3 at 11:59 p.m.

May 19th

Theatre: The Sudbury Indie Cinema is open. For the full program and to purchase tickets, go to sudburyindiecinema.com.

Drawing: HSN 50/50 Cash Lottery for the North 50/50 drawing runs at www.hsn5050.ca. Residents throughout Ontario over the age of 18 may purchase tickets for a chance to win.

Drawing: Tickets for the Maison McCulloch Hospice 50/50 drawing can be purchased at www.hospicehug5050.ca.

Draw: St Joseph’s Foundation has started a 50/50 draw to raise money for continued care in Sudbury. To purchase tickets, visit St Joseph’s secure portal at www.stjoessudbury5050.ca.

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Theater Camp: The Sudbury Theater Center offers PA Day theater camps for children. The next camp will take place on June 13th. Aimed at youth ages eight to 12, the Theater Camp program features collaborative activities and games designed to encourage imagination, confidence and creative expression. Participants will enjoy learning dramatic conventions such as role-playing, tableaus, and stage blocking. Character work and storytelling activities, building on the theme of relationships and respect, challenge students to think critically and creatively. Parents may register their children for more than one PA Day Camp – payments will be collected for one camp at a time. The cost is $60 per day (including HST) or $55 for current STC Academy students. Aftercare until 5:00 PM is available upon request for an additional fee of $10 per day. For more information, including registration forms, visit sudburytheatre.com/youth, email [email protected] or call the STC at 705-674-8381 ext. 21

Music: Buoyed by the success of its Jazzed Up Downtown festival last summer and its fall series, Jazz Sudbury has resumed its free concert series every Thursday from 7:30pm to 9:30pm at Oscar’s Grill, 86 Durham St. A full list of participating artists will be available on Jazz Sudbury’s Facebook page and website.

DO YOU WANT YOUR EVENT INCLUDED?

Complimentary entry to local arts and entertainment events. Email (preferred): [email protected]

Must include “On Tap” in the subject line. Fax: 705-674-6834

If possible, please submit 10 days in advance. List brief event details. Weekend list until Wednesday at 20:00. Please note that some events require admission.

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