Supplied by the Rotary Club Sault Ste. Marie… Three singing groups will be entertaining the cueing crowds this Saturday as they wait in anticipation for the Rotary Santa Claus Parade! For an extra holly-jolly parade experience, find a spot near one of these locations where carollers will be a source of festive delight: “ Museum steps (Korah CVS, starting at 5:40) “ Essar Centre steps (Bethel Bible Chapel, starting at 5:45) “ Stone’s Office Equipment (Notre Dame du Sault, starting at 5:45) The singing groups will be receiving an honorarium from the Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie with monies from the Cultural Assistance Fund.
Supplied by city police… On Saturday November 22, 2014 the Rotary Santa Claus Parade will take place in the downtown. The parade itself starts at 6 pm however; several road closures will take place prior to the commencement of the parade. The parade begins in front of the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre on lower Pim Street and Bay Street. It travels north on Pim Street for one block and turns left onto Queen Street East and continues until the intersections of Queen Street East and Gore Street. The Sault Ste Marie Police Service wishes to advise motorists to expect traffic disruptions in the downtown core between the hours of 5 pm and 8 pm due to the parade. Bay Street will be closed from East Street to Pim Street starting at 5 pm to 6 pm to allow for the staging of the parade floats.
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Some Beach Boys history will be unveiled in 2016…I can’t wait to read it…and WOW !…What a year for Katy Perry…Click for details…
The Sault Figure Skating Club is cancelling all classes for tonight that were to be held at the McMeeken Arena.
Supplied by City of Sault Ste. Marie…
(Sault Ste. Marie, ON) The Public Works and Transportation Department (PWT) would like to advise residents that refuse and recycling collection has been cancelled for all remaining routes scheduled for pickup today, due to the continuing poor winter conditions Public Works crews are experiencing. Refuse and recycling trucks have been pulled off the roads.
PWT crews are focusing on keeping roads and sidewalks maintained. Refuse and recycling collection will resume tomorrow as regularly scheduled.
Residents affected by today’s cancellation are asked to remove refuse containers and recycling bins from the curbside and place them out next week for pickup. There will be no bag limit for these customers next week.
All other PWT services are currently operating as usual, unless further advised.
It is anticipated that with raising temperatures, City crews will be cutting roads to minimize the effects of forecasted rain on Sunday.
The City of Sault Ste. Marie thanks citizens for their cooperation and understanding during this period of inclement weather.
Montreal Canadiens star P.K. Sub ban; City personalities Brad Smith and Dina Pugliese; and actors Joshua Jackson and Jason Priestley are among Hello! Canada’s 50 best-dressed Canadians.
In a digital exclusive, Hello! published its list on Thursday, including stars from entertainment, sports and philanthropy.
“When we thought about who to include, a flurry of striking details came to mind: the black rims of Dan Levy’s signature spectacles; a peek of leg beneath Suzanne Rogers’ Emilia Wick stead gown at our Most Beautiful party; the sheen off Joe Merman’s velvet smoking slippers; the glint of Dina Puglisi’s statement jewelry and so many more,” Hello! writes.
From the entertainment world, there are actors Shanae Grimes-Beech, Dan Levy and Kiesz as well as supermodel Coco Rocha.
Philanthropists on the list include Suzanne Rogers, Jenna Biotope and Sylvia Mantilla.
To view the full story and list, click here.
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I thought on a snowy and blustery day you might need a laugh. Check this out.
An Elementary School Teacher had twenty-six students in her class.
She presented each child in her classroom the 1st half of a well-known proverb and asked them to come up with the remainder of the proverb.
It’s hard to believe these were actually done by first graders.
Their insight may surprise you.
While reading, keep in mind that these are first-graders, 6-year-olds, because the last one is a classic!
Click below to watch our visit to Geographic Information Systems Day at Sault College: