Museum fundraiser details


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
July 15, 2020

‘Tea party-in-a-box’ is the name of a fundraiser that is being organized by the Sault Ste. Marie Museum.

And the kits for the upcoming fundraiser are available for early order until Wednesday, July 22.

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum has been unable to organize its popular ‘Tea and Scones’ event this spring and summer.

So, in its place, the local museum has created a way for folks to participate from their own homes.

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Cash for youth from PCs


Sault Business Matters Staff
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July 10, 2020

Premier Doug Ford and Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government is investing in community driven and youth led projects to try to improve the well being of children and their families who are facing economic and social barriers within Sault Ste. Marie.

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Sault museum seeks input


Following is an edited version of a press release sent to Sault Business Matters from the Sault Ste. Marie Museum.

The Sault Ste. Marie museum is launching an ongoing project that seeks community input on experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic and hopes for the community’s future.

Re-creating the community is the Museum’s newest project that strives to involve collaboration with individuals and organizations in Sault Ste. Marie and the Algoma District to help it reflect on and preserve this historical moment.

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Battle of Atlantic ceremony


The grounds of the Sault’s Royal Canadian Legion Branch 25 was the site of a social distance ceremony today that honoured soldiers who served in the Battle of the Atlantic during World War 2.

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Online vendor event


Angela Romano
By
April 30, 2020

Sault Business Matters is pleased to announce that local entrepreneur Amanda Holmberg of Amanda’s Reading Corner — she is also a local “gelmoment” vendor — has organized a local online vendor shopping event for this weekend.

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Happy Easter from us


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 12, 2020

On this blessed and significant day, Sault Business Matters would like to say ‘Happy Easter’ to our many advertisers and our thousands of weekly readers and visitors.

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Great Lakes … great movies


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
April 4, 2020

The resilient Soo Film Festival is slated to return to the Michigan Sault’s downtown for a seventh year from Sept. 10-20 of this year.

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Let’s show national pride


Angela Romano
By
April 1, 2020

Tamar Ford, owner of Tamar’s Trends flower shop, located in the Sault’s downtown, would like fellow business owners and friends to display the Canadian flag as we fight COVID-19.

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Social distancing happy hour


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 26, 2020

Local radio station Eagle 95.1 plans to use social media to try to bring music and beer lovers together for a virtual ‘happy hour’ on Friday from 5-7 p.m.

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Message from Central United


Sault Business Matters Staff
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March 18, 2020

With the well-being of its congregation, staff and the community in mind, Central United Church — which is located in the Sault’s downtown, on the corner of Spring and Albert streets — has relayed the following message.

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Local NDP speaker series


Sault Business Matters Staff
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March 2, 2020

The Sault’s provincial and federal New Democratic Party riding associations are inviting the public to the first event of their new speaker series, which will be held this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Soup Kitchen Community Center.

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Spring fling at Homespun


Angela Romano
By
March 2, 2020

Homespun Treasures, located at 762 Queen Street E. in the Sault’s downtown, is holding a spring fling event on Tuesday from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.

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You like Scottish folk music?


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 29, 2020

IRON BRIDGE — North Sea Gas, which is a Scottish folk band, will appear here on Sunday, June 14, Sault Business Matters has confirmed. A village of 630 residents, Iron Bridge is located about 70 miles east of the Sault.

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Eagle on the ice block


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 23, 2020

Our friends in the Michigan Sault recently held their annual downtown winter ice festival complete with works of art, carvings and the so-called Penguin Parade.

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It is chess … no less


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 20, 2020

Like playing chess? Or, you never have and want to? Well, Sault Business Matters would like to pass some chess information along.

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Local poet signs up


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 16, 2020

Self-styled local author and poet Alex Chornyj read from his recently-published book on Saturday afternoon at the James L. McIntyre Centennial Library.

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Open on Family Day …


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 14, 2020

The Ermatinger-Clergue national historic site — which contains the Old Stone House and the Clergue Blockhouse — will be open on Family Day, complete with activities, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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Alex the poet at the library


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 10, 2020

The public is invited to join local author Alex Chornyj this Saturday from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. at the James L. McIntyre Centennial Library in the Sault’s downtown for an afternoon of poetry reading.

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Wellness workshop at FBFM


Angela Romano
By
February 6, 2020

Fit Bodies Fit Minds, which is located in the Sault’s downtown, will be hosting a wellness workshop on Thursday, February 27 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.

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Pancakes, sausage, church


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 5, 2020

Central United Church, located at 160 Spring St. in the Sault’s downtown, will be hosting a pancake and sausage supper on Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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Healing Loft wellness retreat


Angela Romano
By
January 22, 2020

The Healing Loft, which is located at 719 Queen St. E. in the Sault’s downtown, will be offering a two-day wellness retreat, Sault Business Matters has learned.

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