Mill Market is conveniently located right off the Hub Trail, just steps away from the Ontario locks and the scenic St. Mary's River waterfront. Grown, raised or crafted by Northern Ontario's farmers, ranchers, fishermen, artists and artisans; Mill Market brings the best of our lakes, fields and forests to the heart of the historic Canal District in downtown Sault Ste. Marie. From farm to table, Mill Market connects Northern Ontario farmers to local consumers strengthening the local food economy and nurturing healthy communities.
Mill Market is a place to find fresh food, good people, culinary delights and artisan crafts.In addition to being a healthy food hub and artisan fair, Mill Market features live entertainment weekly and educational programming. Mill Market's annex houses Entomica Insectarium, if you're looking for something fun and educational to do with the whole family, check out Entomica at Mill Market.
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SAULT STE. MARIE - A Michigan landmark will open its doors to the public, when the Soo Locks hosts its annual open house Soo Locks Engineers Day.. The day celebrates the engineers who built the Soo Locks along with the men and women of the past and present who maintain the Locks.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invite people of all ages to come explore the Soo Locks and avail themselves the rare opportunity to walk across the Lock walls. These walls make it possible for freighters to traverse the 21-foot drop between Lake Superior and the lower Great Lakes. To gain a real understanding of how this engineering marvel works only a visit will do.
Come celebrate Canada's Birthday at Roberta Bondar Park & Pavilion. Enjoy family entertainment and children's activities. Join us at the Tent Pavilion to enjoy a variety of free entertainment. Attractions include multi-cultural displays, face painting, balloon animals, and of course, cotton candy.Opening Ceremony begins at 2 p.m. followed by afternoon and evening entertainment and Fireworks Presentation along the waterfront at dusk.
Enjoy the Summer concert series each Tuesday and/or Thursday evening at 7pm during July and August at the Roberta Bondar Pavilion on the waterfront. Admission is free!
The Pow Wow, or Jiigtamok, has historical, social and spiritual value to American Indian people. Some trace the word powwow back to Anishinaabemowin, the language of the Anishinaabe. Early European-Americans used the word to mean a council or meeting. Powwows, or celebrations, as they were called, were originally held in the spring to celebrate the new beginning of life. People participate in traditional dance and song, visit with family and friends, make new acquaintances and trade arts and crafts. The public is invited to attend. Sault Ste Marie MI Pow Wow grounds at 11 Ice Circle.
Algoma District's most diverse and prestigious multimedia art show. Arts at the Dock features forty or more of the district's most gifted artists and a variety of art, with something new every year. Works for sale include painting, photography, stained glass, woodworks, handmade jewellery, pottery and much more. Located at the Hilton Beach Waterfront and Community Centre from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
CLERGUE PARK/ROWSWELL PARK Savour the lip-smackin' BBQ at the Ribfest...Boogie to the continuous free entertainment. Frolic in the Tenaris PlayZone where you get hands-on and creative...Squeal with delight as you fly through the air on the chilling carnival rides...Replenish and refresh at the Rotary food court...Delight in the family memories being created...
all and so much more at ROTARYFEST!
The route will take you through protected waters, plus an open water blast from Thessalon, Ontario to Drummond Island, Michigan. This event promises some of the best boating of the season. Spectators are invited to tour the displays and chat with the boaters, and then watch the event from vantage points lining the shores.
This annual classic car show features about 100 original, restored and special interest cars. Held along the waterfront and up Marks Street, admission to this enjoyable and family-friendly event is free. The afternoon also features a Coureurs de Bois encampment and arts & crafts vendors. Located on St Joseph Island at Hilton Beach
Rendezvous in the Sault is a living history event that will take place along Historic Water Street at the City Hall Grounds and at the Historic Homes. In addition to local participants, over 115 visiting historical re-enactors, musicians, entertainers and merchants will set up camps and displays with presentations and demonstrations on military and civilian life in the period of 1668-1840. Food, music, dancing, cannon firing, drum and fife corps, puppet shows, storytelling, crafts and games will be just some of the fun things to see and do on Saturday and Sunday of the last full weekend of July. Among the many items of special interest are presentations by the Michigan Surveyor's Reenactment Group who will display early surveying equipment and maps and discuss the methods used to survey Michigan.
The annual Community Night includes a parade featuring marching bands, floats and kids in costume. After the parade, everyone enjoys the carnival-like atmosphere with games of chance, and great food on Marks Street Located on St Joseph Island in Hilton Beach.Phone Number: 705-246-2242
Batchewana First Nation are thrilled to invite everyone to this years annual Pow Wow. The Pow Wow will showcase the Anishinabek culture through dancing, drumming, and singing.Taking place at the Rankin reserve powwow grounds (Gran Street- Sault Ste. Marie, ON,) the weekend will be fun for the whole family and provide the chance for everyone to enjoy authentic foods and browse hand made crafts.It's also a chance for everyone to learn the Anishnabek ways of life and highlight the pillars of the community; language, respect and understanding.
Come out and celebrate the end of another summer season with Bushplane Days! Exhibits from all areas of aviation will be represented. Look out for another fantastic CL-415 waterbombing demonstration (subject to availability) as well as chartered flights with Air Dale. Other past exhibitors have included local artists Cher Pruys and Steven Daly, Sault Search & Rescue, the SSM Fire Department, and much more! Face painting, crafts, carnival games and train rides with the Algoma Model Engineers Society for kids of all ages! Special admission rates will be in effect. Check out www.bushplane.com for more details as they become available! The Bushplane Museum : where adventure takes off!
Celebrate Culture Days September 28, 29 and 30 2018Culture Days is a national event dedicated to providing Canadians with opportunities to participate in and appreciate all forms of arts and culture. Through an annual weekend celebration each September, hundreds of artists and cultural organizations across the country come together and invite Canadians to participate in free interactive activities to raise awareness of arts and culture of their communities.
Culture Days will take place in Sault Ste. Marie on September 28, 29 and 30 and will feature free, hands-on, interactive activities for the whole family. A schedule of events includes:
Be sure to stick around for the Downtown Heritage Block Party starting at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 29. The block party features live music, Makers Market, historical storytelling, a Sault Ste. Marie Museum exhibit and walking tours.
For more information about Culture Days, contact Maegan Brennan at the Local Immigration Partnership at 705-759-5485 or email email@example.com.
Join up to 500 runners as part of the Annual Sault International Marathon. The Sault International Marathon provides runners with a unique opportunity to traverse the Sault Ste Marie International Bridge and run alongside the St. Mary's River all set against the backdrop of beautiful fall foliage and cool E.U.P. temperatures.