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What's Poppin': Fighting Walleye, Comedy and the Thunder Bay Country Market

There are a few things to do this weekend in Thunder Bay
What's Poppin'

Saturday, March 19 


The Kam River Fighting Walleye are facing off against the Dryden Ice Dogs Lumberjacks today at 7:30 p.m. at Northwest Arena, a short drive out of Highway 11/17 to Highway 588 in Stanley. Get your tickets here!   


The Thunder Bay Country Market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Canadian Lakehead Exhibition: 425 Northern Ave. head on down to buy local groceries, crafts, and gifts from the talented, hard-working local people who created them.    

The Peddlers Pop-up Market is happening at the hub Bazaar on Victoria Ave East from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The hub Bazaar is a business incubator with anchor vendors and pop-up peddlers every Saturday! There's a cafe, eatery and even a museum! 

Comedy Shows: 

The Snowed In Comedy Tour is stopping by the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium. This tour has turned into a Canadian success story, celebrating its fourteenth year. It has now grown to become the biggest comedy tour in Canada. Playing in 70 cities this year, coast to coast. In a market still dominated by American acts, with American TV credits, a small Canadian comedy tour has managed to succeed. Get your tickets here! 

Live Music: 

Consortium Aurora Borealis presents: The Captivating Flute. Be transported to the drawing rooms of Europe as Doris Dungan, regular performer since 1981, shines in a programme of late Classic and early Romantic chamber music for flute and strings from Vienna, Paris and Copenhagen. Flute Quartet Op. 66, no. 1 in A minor by “the French Mozart” Devienne, will be flanked by early 19th-century flute quintets (two viola parts for added richness): Op. 101 in G major by Krommer and Op. 51, no. 2 in E major by Danish composer Kuhlau. Violinist Katie Stevens is joined by violists Patrick Horn and Christopher Stork, with a guest cellist. General admission - $25 Students - $15. Available at the door or online. 


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