Sudbury listings, April 16 to April 22

Sudbury Star

April 16

Ereader clinic: An Ereader clinic will be held 1-3 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s New Sudbury branch.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to a major new exhibition by Sudbury artist Elizabeth Holmes, entitled Thinking about Loss. Thinking about Loss is a paper-based exhibition that explores the inherent beauty of discarded materials and the narrative stories they carry. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. For more information, visit online at artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

BINGO: Every Tuesday at St. Alexander’s Church, 100 Gaudette St., Chelmsford. Minis start at 6 p.m. followed by majors at 7:30 p.m. The prize board is $4,780 including a $1,000 jackpot. Entrance and parking at the back of the building.

Environment: Saving and protecting our lakes and waterways is the goal of the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance, which is hosting a special fundraising performance of the comedy The Birds and the Bees at the Sudbury Theatre Centre on April 16. The alliance is an organization of lake, river and creek stewardship groups dedicated to healthy, dynamic and sustainable watersheds within Greater Sudbury. Funds raised go to help this volunteer group achieve these objectives. Tickets for this fundraiser are just $50 and include beverage and treats, door prizes and a silent auction. For ticket information go to gswa.ca, the STC box office or call 705-523-0162.

April 17

VISION WORKSHOP: Vision Board – a two-part series – will be held 6:30 p.m. March 21 and 28 and 1 p.m. April 10 and 17 at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s main branch on MacKenzie Street. Join Darlene Tindall in creating a profound and practical road map to help you not only visualize what you would like your life to grow into, but to help you define simple and achievable steps in getting there. These are free programs offered to the community. All supplies will be provided.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Genealogy: Genealogy 101: Find your Family will be held 2 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s New Sudbury branch.

Stress reduction: An Introduction to Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction session will be held 7:30 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s New Sudbury branch.

April 18

LUNCHEON: A Maundy Thursday luncheon will be held 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the ParkSide Centre on Durham Street. Entertainment by Armoni. Admission is $8.

MEDITATION: Join Lizanne Leclair, owner of VERE Golden Journey, for a weekly series of meditation classes designed for the beginner as well as the seasoned meditator.  Bring calmness and relaxation to your day. Classes will be held 12:15 p.m. Thursdays starting March 7 through to May 30 at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s main branch on MacKenzie Street. The first Thursday class of each month will be dedicated to a special teaching. No registration required. This is a drop-in series offered free to the community.

CHAIR YOGA: Join Kim Price, a certified yoga teacher, for a gentle form of yoga that is practised sitting on a chair or standing using a chair for support. Chair yoga invites awareness and integrity to the body to allow you to find mobility in a way that is soft, gentle and supportive. Sessions will be held 10:30 a.m. March 7, 14, 21 and 28 at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s main branch on MacKenzie Street (limit of 12 participants and a yoga mat is needed), and 1 p.m. April 4, 11 and 18 at the South End branch (a yoga mat is needed). This is a free program offered to the community.  Register online at www.sudburylibraries.ca or contact either branch.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

SELF-IMPROVEMENT: Join Zoi Monroy in a workshop 6:30 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s main branch on MacKenzie Street to learn how to eliminate and replace personal blocks with powerful strategies to change your life. Change your financial capabilities for a more secure future. Create the most respectful, loving and nurturing relationship. Improve family relationships. Discover what you want in life. Register online or at the branch. This is a free program offered to the community.

Plastics: A Let’s talk Single Use Plastics session will be held 7:30 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s New Sudbury branch.

April 19

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to a major new exhibition by Sudbury artist Elizabeth Holmes, entitled Thinking about Loss. Thinking about Loss is a paper-based exhibition that explores the inherent beauty of discarded materials and the narrative stories they carry. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. For more information, visit online at artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

April 20

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to a major new exhibition by Sudbury artist Elizabeth Holmes, entitled Thinking about Loss. Thinking about Loss is a paper-based exhibition that explores the inherent beauty of discarded materials and the narrative stories they carry. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. For more information, visit online at artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Meet the author: A Meet the Author event featuring Rosanna Micelotta Battigelli goes 1-3 p.m. at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s South End branch.

April 21

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to a major new exhibition by Sudbury artist Elizabeth Holmes, entitled Thinking about Loss. Thinking about Loss is a paper-based exhibition that explores the inherent beauty of discarded materials and the narrative stories they carry. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. For more information, visit online at artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Art: The Art Gallery of Sudbury invites you to terrain, a major new exhibition by local artist Ron Langin. Terrain features a series of 32 paintings, which re-imagine the landscapes of the Prairies, the Badlands and the mountains of western Canada. The exhibition continues until April 21. Admission is free with donation. The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located at 251 John St. It is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 12-5 pm. For more information, visit artsudbury.org, or call 705-675-4871.

Sale: Le Chemin de la lumiere is selling rain barrels to raise funds for a school they have built in Rwanda. People can order online by May 16 at rainbarrel.ca/lechemin. Rain barrels cost $55, which is up to 75 per cent off the retail price. Barrels typically include a leaf and mosquito filter, a spigot and an overflow hose. Rain barrel pick-up takes place on May 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Bob’s Service Centre, located at 6822 Highway 17 between Sudbury and Coniston. All proceeds will go to the construction of additional classrooms for Saint Abel Primary School in Rwanda. For more information, please go to facebook.com/lechemindelalumiere.

April 22

Health: An eight-week series entitled Miracles of the Body, which deals with the interconnectedness of the body and emotions, goes 10 a.m. Mondays starting April 1 at the Greater Sudbury Public Library’s South End branch.

Sale: Le Chemin de la lumiere is selling rain barrels to raise funds for a school they have built in Rwanda. People can order online by May 16 at rainbarrel.ca/lechemin. Rain barrels cost $55, which is up to 75 per cent off the retail price. Barrels typically include a leaf and mosquito filter, a spigot and an overflow hose. Rain barrel pick-up takes place on May 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at Bob’s Service Centre, located at 6822 Highway 17 between Sudbury and Coniston. All proceeds will go to the construction of additional classrooms for Saint Abel Primary School in Rwanda. For more information, please go to facebook.com/lechemindelalumiere.

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