November 14th – 7pm – 10pm
November 15th – 12 pm – 10pm
November 16th – 10am – 10pm
November 17th – 10am – 4 pm
The Festival of Trees launches Algoma’s Festive Season.
With something for everyone, our guests are delighted by the Festive Forest of Trees, bidding on the Silent Auction on display in the beautifully decorated Winter Wonderland, or trying their luck with donated Raffle items.
Plenty of Reasons to Return Throughout the Weekend
RBC Take 5 ~ Thursday, Nov 14th, 5pm - 7pm
100.5 KiSS Coffee House ~ Thursday, Nov 14th, 8pm - 10pm
Complimentary hot beverages and treats provided by Tim Hortons
Savoy’s Diamond Tree ~ This ever-popular event has 150 Christmas
ornaments, one containing a diamond with a $1,500 value!
Decorated Trees, a Silent Auction, and Raffle for all to participate.
- Northern Dental Care Activity Centre ~ Complimentary crafts and ornaments
- Letters to Santa collected by Canada Post
- Northern Dental Care Secret Shop ~ No adults allowed! We’ll help the kids pick out the perfect gift for that special someone on their list, wrap and tag it, ready to go under the tree at home
- Pictures with Santa
- Complimentary face painting
- The Station Mall Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus ~ in the food court,
Sunday Nov 24th, $5 per child, tickets at the station mall community service kiosk.
Festival passes are valid for the duration of the event. The price of Admission includes all events with the exception of the RBC Take 5, and Breakfast with Santa
All proceeds raised support The Lung Association - Ontario in their research, advocacy and education mission to improve lung health.
The Octagon Ensemble - Eight Chamber Music Superstars
Where to begin....former 1st violinist Tokyo Quartet, top prizes at Queen Elizabeth, Geneva and CBC competitions, solo performances with major orchestras including Boston, Montreal, Toronto and the BBC; Juno Award; Order of Canada; Artist of the year; members and principals of major orchestras including the NAC, Toronto, LSO (England); instructors at Trinity College, Indiana University, Colburn Conservatory, Yale, Glen Gould School... and the list goes on and on.
Joel Quarrington - bass | James Campbell - clarinet | Kathleen McLean - bassoon | Ken McDonald - french horn | Martin Beaver - violin | Mark Fewer - violin | Rivka Golani - viola | Rachel Mercer - cello
35 years and under $15
Project Grab Hold Fashion Shop
Proceeds to Canadian Mental Health
Tickets available at the Community Box office – $60.00 Fashion show and after Party
VIP $150.00 - Included is a red carpet entry with photo opportunity, a stunning fashion show, silent auction and an after party featuring The Killer Hooks. The VIP will enjoy a mix and mingle with the designers, dinner with wine before the show, preferred show seating, swag bag and the after party. Seating will be limited.
THE MACHINE SHOP SMALL BUSINESS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Doors open at 5:30pm
Dinner at 6:30 pm
In house made Breads
Butternut Squash soup
Baked Lasagna Florentine
Chicken Wellington with
Garlic mashed potatoes Fresh vegetable medley
Dessert - Sticky toffee pudding
Vegan / Vegetarian choice – Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
Late Night Pizza Bar
2 bottles of wine included per table
$55+HST PER PERSON
For booking and questions please contact
email@example.com or (705) 759-9090
Canadian country artist Tebey will perform at The Machine Shop on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. The Good Ones Tour stop in Sault Ste. Marie includes support from special guest Matt Lang.
Tickets are $25 each and go on sale Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. They can be purchased online or in person at The Machine Shop box office, 83 Huron St.
The concert is open to those aged 16 and older. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show time is 8 p.m.
In addition to his own material, Tebey has penned songs for other artists, including One Direction, Cher, Rex Goudie, Shawn Desman, and Big & Rich.