Saturday March 5
The Sleeping Giant Loppet is this Saturday! There will be no registration and no fees to participate. Skiers will be able to start at one of three locations: Bay’s End to Lookout Trail (Pass Lake) – very limited parking, Thunder Bay Lookout Road (Rita Lake) – limited parking, Marie Louise Lake Campground – good parking. For more information and to save your time, visit their website.
Theater & Cinema:
Opening at SilverCity this weekend it’s The Batman. From Warner Bros. Pictures comes The Batman, with director Matt Reeves (“Planet of the Apes” movies) at the helm and with Robert Pattinson (“Tenet,” “The Lighthouse,” “Good Time”) as Gotham City’s vigilante detective, Batman and billionaire Bruce Wayne.
The Cambrian Players production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike plays Saturday night. Come see the play written by Christopher Durang and directed by Julie MacCoy! From March 2-5 and March 9-12, this show featuring local talent is a must. Find more information and buy tickets HERE.
Falen Johnson’s SALT BABY opened this week. The story of a young Indigenous woman whose fair skin sets her apart, both on the ground floor and in the city, and who is determined to understand how she fits into these two very different worlds. Salt Baby is a modern comedy about finding out who you really are. This piece contains adult language. To purchase student tickets, inquire about individual tickets or accessible seating, please call the box office at (807) 345-5552. All visitors are asked to follow protocols related to COVID-19.
LIVE AT GOODS: Goods & Co. & Go Beyond The Show are thrilled to bring you a whole new lineup of local musicians this Saturday: Chris Talarico plays 11am-11:45am, Connor Loughlin plays 12pm-12:45pm, Claudia Bachinski plays 1 to 1:45 p.m. and Mike Fraser plays from 2 to 2:45 p.m. Free and open to all ages!
Live@Loch with musical guest Just Me: Residents are invited to the Loch Lounge to share musical memories with Just Me… a voice and a guitar. This acoustic solo act will bring you a great show featuring classical music. Featuring songs you’ll remember from the 80s and 90s. The show is free and open to all ages from 3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Tennyson King, Danielle Pollari and Ryan MacDonald play Urban Abbey after a change of venue. Residents are invited to a warm and intimate evening of live music with Ryan MacDonald, Danielle Pollari and Tennyson King. Doors open at 7 p.m. The show starts at 8 p.m. Pay what you can. Tickets can be purchased here.
EDLA plays at Wayland Bar & Grill. Thunder Bay’s Premier Pop/Rock Cover Band is thrilled to perform once again in Thunder Bay. Music starts at 10 p.m. 19+ $TBA cover charge.
Sunday March 6
Winter Dun Days: skating and hot chocolate. This Sunday, enjoy skating and hot chocolate with Science North activities at Minnesota Youth Park on Pacific Avenue. Wearing a mask in case of close contact and physical distancing are mandatory.
Theater & Cinema:
SALT BABY by Falen Johnson Sunday Matinee. This piece contains adult language. To purchase student tickets, inquire about individual tickets or accessible seating, please call the box office at (807) 345-5552. All visitors are asked to follow protocols related to COVID-19.