Culture Blooms in Greater Sudbury!


You don’t need to know anything about hockey to love the exhilarating, heartbreaking and triumphant true story of courageous Canadian hockey legend, Theoren Fleury. Sudbury Theatre Centre will be hosting this production from September 26-October 5, 2019. Missed the production? Check out one of the many other shows by STC throughout their 2019/2020 season. 


The Art Gallery of Sudbury presents "Brightly Shining Irradiant" by Jocko Chartrand from June 13-September 1, 2019. Brightly Shining Irradiant is an expansive collection of paintings and drawings from 1969 to 2017. These vibrantly coloured works reflect the artist’s multi-media approach to subjects that he has encountered in everyday life. This exhibition focuses on his use of light and colour. For upcoming exhibitions, keep an eye on their website


Enjoy reading as a family with one of four Sudbury Storytime Trails! The latest edition, Blackflies/Vilains maringouins! by Robert Munsch features Indigenous Illustrations by Jay Odjick and is located at Lake Laurentian Conservation Area. The three other StoryTime Trail locations include Langdon Park, Belzard Valley, Rotart Park, Sudbury, and Hillfield Trail, Lively. For a full list of Family Literacy activities, visit 


Sudbury's long time revered home of live music has been the starting point for bands since 1991. The Townehouse Tavern features a wide variety of acts including Rock, Indie Rock, Jazz, Blues, Folk, and more with a musical act 
on stage every night of the week. Check out their full line up of musical performances at

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Northern Ontario's largest city is home to world-renowned attractions, urban comforts, and four-season outdoor adventures. We invite you to discover for yourself why Greater Sudbury is attracting a growing number of adventure-seekers. 

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