There’s Nothing to Do

Obama might want to grab a can of spray paint and graffiti “Bored” on somebody’s building but I’m complaining there’s too much happening in Sault Ste. Marie this week.

 (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Shadows of the Mind Film Festival opens Monday, offering a couple of dozen films including Oscar nominees. Some admissions are by donation; others you pay.

In Your Eyes Projects presents Girl in the Goldfish Bowl at Algoma University Wednesday to Saturday nights.

Sault Theatre Workshop presents Hilda’s Yard, a Norm Foster comedy and STW’s entry into the Quonta Festival, Wednesday to Sunday.

The Debaters, CBC’s popular comedy show, comes to the Community Theatre Centre Sunday.

The YMCA has a dinner dance Friday at the Delta featuring Mobile Dueling Pianos. Saw that sort of act in Vegas and it’s a hoot.

Soo Greyhounds are at home at the Essar Centre Friday night and Sunday afternoon.

Lots of bars have lots of live entertainment.

The hinterland is alive with the sound of snowmachines and ice augers and happy kiddie voices.


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