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Rock 94 Live on Location - Hillcrest Neighbourhood Village

Join Rock 94 Live on Location at
Hillcrest Neighbourhood Village, Phase 3 Condominiums
96 High St. N
Tuesday October 16, 2018
11a.m. - 3p.m.
Don't miss their open houses every Tuesday and Thursday from 12pm-3pm
See You There!

Rock 94 Live on Location - Excalibur Motorcycle

Rock 94 Live on Location

Excalibur Motorcycle

1425 Walsh Street

Friday, November 23, 2018

11a.m. - 3p.m.

See You There!


Lakehead Radio Controlled Car Club 2018 Season

Rock 94 is proud to present the Lakehead Radio Controlled Car Club 2018 Season.

Lakehead Radio Control Car Club is a nonprofit group that is entirely open to the public for anyone to join &participate. We welcome club members of any age, both male and female, as well as persons with disabilities. Boyfriend’s girlfriend’s husbands and wives and their kids. Etc.

The track is located on North Cumberland near the intersection with Grenville across from the Boulevard Lake dam

LRCCC has completed a driver stand that is fully wheelchair accessible so that there are literally no barriers to joining or participating in the racing.

Race days are Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 6:30pm and Sundays starting at noon running now until September 30th

The track is public parkland so it is open for anyone to use at any time even outside of our race days. We encourage the general public to utilize for track /driver stand if they have any interest in radio control cars and trucks

for anyone interested in participating in organized racing on one of the two race days the club offers a “Sportsman Class” open to beginners of all ages and skill level. There's no regulation on what you can drive. It's an opportunity to bring out any RC vehicle you may have, and try organized fun racing.

LRCCC will have 1 weekend long invitational this summer.
Battle in the Bay will be held September 8 and 9th. This event is open to the general public to join if you have a vehicle and would like to participate. They are weekend long events with qualifying racing on Saturday and then main racing on Sunday for trophies and such. We have raffles for various prizes as well as a barbecue going on during both events. Anyone in the general public is welcome to come participate or to spectate during the events. We have several bleachers at our track site and we encourage people to come out and watch us. We love to have visitors and spectators at the track on any racing day.

Red Rock Marina Interpretive Centre

Rock 94 is proud to support the Red Rock Marina Interpretive Centre!
Open Seasonally NOW until September 30th

A Historical, Biological, and geological interpretive exhibit to show the evolution of the Town of Red Rock to create an interactive exhibit with an educational video on Lake Superior at the Red Rock Marina Interpretive Centre.
The exhibit will showcase Lake Superior’s Bio-system… Ship Wrecks, underwater Submarine, Almost record Taxidermied Bull Moose! Prisoner of war camps and more!
Come experience the exciting new interactive exhibits at the Red Rock Interpretive Centre, Learn about “Camp R, Prisoner of war camp, see our nature exhibit that includes a HUGE Bull Moose and Black Bear Cub.
The Marina Centre and adjacent park provides a natural meeting place. Enjoy the splash pad, board walk, and viewing scopes! OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK.

Hours of Operation:
Open Seasonally NOW until September 30,  7 days a week
Monday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am - 8:00 pm

Daily Admission:
Rate includes HST                                                                                                                     
Family (2 adults with 2 or more children) $15
Adults $5
Children (3 years old and under) Free
Children ( 4 - 17 years old) $3
Seniors (55+) $3
Group rate for non-profit groups $2 per person
Group rate for cruise ships/bus tours Gate fee per head

Show me the Money in support of Our Kids Count

Rock 94 is proud to support Show me the Money in support of Our Kids Count!

Historically both of Our Kids Count and the Kiwanis Club of Westfort have raffled off a Harley Davidson motorcycle for many years. It has been a great vehicle for us to raise funds and while sales have been for the most part profitable, they have varied from year to year and often have proven a difficult sell, given the unique nature of this great brand.
Well, all that is about to change. We are announcing our new draw which is a joint partnership between Our Kids Count and the Kiwanis Club of Westfort. It is the “Show Me The Money” draw where we will be giving away $100,000 in cash over a twelve month period. There will be 15,000 tickets available at $20.00 each. The prizes offered and the lower cost of the ticket should prove to make this an easy sale to prospective supporters of both of our organizations.
Draws will be held during the first Friday of every month starting January 2018 to December 2018. Tickets purchased up to the Monday of the draw week will be included in the monthly draw. All tickets pulled will go back into the drum after being announced and will be made available to win again, again and again.

Cash Prizes will be as follows:
July 6, 2018: $1,000 $500 $375
August 3, 2018: $1,000 $500 $375
September 7, 2018: $20,000
October 5, 2018: $1,000 $500 $375
November 2, 2018: $1,000 $500 $375
December 7, 2018: $50,000

Tickets will be sold at:
Action Tire, Adex Marketing, Airlane Hotel, Auto Home Paints, A-Z Rentals Equipment World, Bay Credit Union, Bay Credit Union, Bay Village Coffee, Best Western Crossroads, Best Western Nor’Wester, Brent Park Store, Can-Op, Can-Op South Neebing, Carstar Collision Centre, Currie’s Copy Shop, Daytona’s, Dulux Paints, Equipment World, Fresh Air Experience, Fountain Tire, Great Canadian Car Wash, Halfway Motors Mazda, Halfway Motors Nissan, Halfway Motors Powersports, Hertz Equipment Rentals, Impact Promotions, Java Hut, Kabob Village, Kakabeka Esso, Kakabeka Shell, Lotto Shop (Grandview Mall), Mckenzie Inn, Mastrangelo Fuels, Mr.Sub, Nippers, OK Tire, Our Kids Count, Perfect Fit, Port Arthur Curling Club, Recreation World RV’s, Rollason Flowers, Roosters Bistro, Santorelli’s Husky Truck Shop, Thunder Bay Harley Davidson, Thunder Country Diving, Valhalla Inn, Wanson Lumber, Whole 9 Yards

St. Joseph’s Foundation Annual Grand-A-Day Giveaway

Rock 94 is proud to present St. Joseph’s Foundation  Annual Grand-A-Day Giveaway!

The Grand-a-Day Draw is your chance to win $1,000 every day in November plus early bird and bonus prizes.
Tickets are now on sale for the St Joseph’s Foundation Grand a Day Giveaway.
With $50,000 to be won make sure you get your ticket! Only 1500 tickets are printed and sell out!
Grand a day giveaways take place from Nov 1-30, 2018   
Tickets are $100 each
To buy tickets call (807) 768-4440
Must be at least 18 years of age to buy tickets         
For more information, please visit:
Early Bird Winners of $200 Each
Draw date: September 18

Early Bird Winners of $250 Each
Draw Date: September 25

Early Bird Winners of $500 Each
Draw Date: October 2

Early Bird Winners of $1000 Each
Draw Dates: October 9, October 16

Daily Winners of $1000 Each
November 1- November 30

Bonus Winners of $1000 Each
Draw Date: November 30

Grand Prize Winner of $10,000
Draw Date: November 30
Winner announcements take place on 91.5 CKPR at 4:40 daily with Bill Hogan, Winner's information is posted by noon the following day, Monday to Friday only.

Lottery License M806988

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra .... Our most inclusive season ever!

Join the TBSO  for a wealth of musical gems, exciting sounds, impressive guest artists and a splendid array of captivating concerts.

Subscribe to the whole season! Go to TBCA Box office today! Exciting new subscription packages. Main Stage, Second Stage, Special Events... a sound bite for everyone!  Go to for more information.

TBRHSC Tbaytel Luncheon of Hope

Rock 94 is proud to support TBRHSC Tbaytel Luncheon of Hope

Fundraiser for Northern Cancer Fund

Friday, September 28 from 10am-2pm at the Victoria Inn

Every fall, hundreds of attendees gather to honor survivors and remember those we have lost to breast cancer. The Tbaytel Luncheon of Hope is not just a fundraiser for the Northern Cancer Fund, it also brings hope to residents of Northwestern Ontario.

Join us for the Tbaytel Luncheon of Hope on Friday, September 28 at the Victoria Inn as local breast cancer survivors will share their stories of diagnosis, treatment, and recovery.

Support the fight against breast cancer through the Health Sciences Foundation's Northern Cancer Fund. Buy your tickets today at  or call 345 HOPE.

"Together we're healthier."

Easter Seals Thunder Bay Celebrity Hockey Classic

 Rock 94 is proud to support  the Easter Seals Thunder Bay Celebrity Hockey Classic

On Friday, October 26 hockey fans in Thunder Bay will have the opportunity to skate with NHL greats in the city’s 2nd annual Celebrity Hockey Classic in support of Easter Seals Ontario.

When asked about returned to Thunder Bay for the tournament, Wendel Clark, former Captain of the Toronto Maples Leafs, had this to say: “I truly enjoyed participating in the Easter Seals Celebrity hockey Classic last year in Thunder Bay and glad to say I will be there again….see you in October!”

The tournament kicks off the evening of Thursday, October 25 with an unforgettable Draft Party at Sleeping Giant Brewery, where each team will select a former NHL star to play on their team. Draft positions will be determined by the total dollars raised by each team. After an evening spent getting to know their celebrity teammate, teams will hit the ice on Friday, October 26 at the Thunder Bay Tournament Centre. Each team is guaranteed a minimum 3 games with VIP treatment before and after each game.

An All-Star game will occur at the end of the day with the top individual fundraisers from each team taking on the Celebrity All-Star Team in a thrilling game of hockey. Other Celebrity Hockey Classic tournaments taking place this year feature Eric Lindros in Whitby, Brad May in Halton, Rick Vaive in Waterloo, and events in York-Simcoe and Grey Bruce.

Each team must pay a registration fee of $1,500, plus a minimum of $400 per player in fundraising in order to qualify to play in the tournament.

Funds will help kids in Ontario with physical disabilities live more independently within their communities.

For over 95 years, Easter Seals has been providing support for children and youth with physical disabilities with programs including financial assistance to help purchase mobility equipment and communication devices, as well as fully accessible summer camp opportunities at its two properties, Camp Merrywood and Camp Woodeden. For more information, please visit or

Rung Music Circle’s 35th Annual Fundraising Evening of Fabulous Food and Marvelous Music

Rock 94  proud to support Raag Rung Music Circle’s 35th Annual Fundraising Evening of Fabulous Food and Marvelous Music !

35th Annual Fundraising Evening of Fabulous Food and Marvelous Music

Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the Italian Cultural Centre

Featuring the King of the Tabla  Panait Ahindo Chatterjee

Gift Draws for every table and numerous door-prizes

Tickets are $55 + hst ( before Oct 15) $60 + hst (after Oct 15)

Reserve your tickets soon!!!

For tickets and further information, please call 807-577-5641 or email or visit

Dedicated to Post-Secondary student scholarships and Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

Magnus Theatre 2018-2019 Season

Rock 94 is proud to support the Magnus Theatre 2018-2019 Season!

Magnus Theatre’s Artistic Director, Thom Currie, laid out his vision for the upcoming 2018-19 season today. As always, the new season has something for everyone, but the new season will be packing even more entertainment into the mix.
The Main Stage officially starts with BANG BANG, a drama by Kat Sandler. A white playwright uses the shooting of an unarmed young Black man by a police officer as a “jumping off point” for his hit play that is soon to be adapted into a major movie. Gripping, controversial and very funny, BANG BANG is a brand new play from an exciting new playwright.
Next up is the theatre hit with a cult-like following; THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW by Richard O’Brien. The humorous “musical with music” has thrilled audiences around the world since the early 1970s and will have Thunder Bay audiences on their feet to do the Time Warp.
Magnus ends the first half of the season with a Christmas Classic by a northern playwright. Michael Shepherd’s take on Charles Dickens’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL will be holiday fun for the entire family. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge’s visits from the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future in a heartwarming tale of redemption.
The second half starts with the intriguing one man show HUFF. Written and performed by Cliff Cardinal, Huff is the wrenching, yet darkly comic tale of Wind and his brothers, caught in a torrent of solvent abuse and at high risk of suicide. Wind’s fantastic dream world bleeds into his haunting reality, as he’s preyed on by the Trickster through the hallways at school, the abandoned motel he loves more than home, and his own fragile psyche.
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and Magnus Theatre have teamed up to bring Thunder Bay a co-production of BUYING THE FARM, a hilarious comedy by Shelley Hoffman and Stephen Sparks. Thom Currie will direct both the Winnipeg and Thunder Bay productions.
The season will conclude with the non-stop comedy BOEING BOEING by Marc Camoletti and translated by Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, this classic 1960’s French farce was a smash hit recent Broadway revival. The story concerns the self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has three fiancées, each one an airline hostess on competing airlines. All is going smoothly until an unexpected schedule change brings all three to the apartment for an overnight at the same time. Chaos ensues, as Bernard enlists his best friend and his cleaning lady to keep his three fiancées from figuring out what is going on.
Magnus will also be including many bonuses in the new season including Theatre For Young Audience Tours, A Community Fundraiser Show involving local lawyers, a series of concerts throughout the year, The 2019 Collective Creation Project, the all new Magnus Theatre Young Company, Magnus Masterclasses and much more.
The new season at Magnus will offer theatre fans more than ever! 
To purchase season tickets or single show tickets visit the box office in person or online at

Bang Bang- by Kat Sandler
Runs Sept 6- Sept 22:
Pay What You Can Performance: Sunday, Sept 16th
Show info: New Canadian Play. A white playwright uses the shooting of an unarmed young Black man by a police officer as a “jumping off point” for his hit play that is soon to be adapted into a major movie. As Hollywood comes knocking for the writer, he makes a surprise visit to the home of the officer involved. With Sandler’s trademark wit, BANG BANG traces the impact of what it means to be inspired by true events.

The Rocky Horror Show- by Richard O’Brien
Runs: Oct 18-Nov 10
Pay what you can Performance: October 28
Show info: On the way to visit an old college professor, two clean cut kids run into tire trouble and seek help at the Frankenstein place, where Dr. Frank ‘N’ Furter is in the midst of one of his maniacal experiments. Come along for the ride as Brad and Janet meet Riff-Raff, Magenta, Columbia, Rocky and more, embarking on a night that they will never forget!

A Christmas Carol- by Michael Shepherd
Runs: December 6-Dec 22
Pay What You Can Performance: December 16th
Show info: It’s Christmas Eve and miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is on his own in the world, rich but miserable. Thus begins a ghost story that takes Scrooge on a journey through his life. The Ghost of Christmases Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present and the Ghost of Christmases Yet To Come are his guides, offering a final chance at redemption. Spine tingling and heartwarming.

Show dates: TBD
Show info: TBD

Buying the Farm
Show dates: TBD
Show info: TBD

Boeing Boeing
Show dates: TBD
Show info: TBD

Resolute Save a Heart Ball

Rock 94 is proud to support  TBRHSC Resolute Save a Heart Ball

Dr. Andrea MacDougall, Medical Program Director of the Cardiovascular Program & Cardiologist at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, invites you to join us as we celebrate 13 years of investing in the heart of our community.

Sat, Oct 20
6pm-midnight at the Victoria Inn

Set your heart on THIS year’s “Resolute Save a Heart Ball”, Saturday, October 20th at the Victoria Inn.
Enjoy a gala evening that includes a gourmet dinner, dancing to the sensational sounds of Viva, spectacular auctions and more! 

Every donation goes to the Northern Cardiac Fund for excellence in cardiac care and bringing more cardiac services closer to home. 
Get tickets online at

“Together we are healthier”

Triple P Parenting Awareness Campaign

Rock 94 is proud to support Triple P Parenting Awareness Campaign

Triple P Parenting Awareness Campaign”

Triple P is a parenting program, but it doesn’t tell you how to be a parent. It’s more like a toolbox of ideas. You choose the strategies you need. You choose the way you want to use them. It’s all about making Triple P work for you. Triple P Parenting has tips for an A plus in supporting your child with homework.  By letting your child relax after school, asking about their homework and setting a time and place to do homework, you can set them up for success. Triple P is a flexible program designed in a practical way to develop skills, strategies and confidence to handle any parenting situation. Backed by decades of research, Triple P has helped over 4 million children, teens and their parents.

The three Ps in ‘Triple P’ stand for ‘Positive Parenting Program’ which means your family life is going to be much more enjoyable.
Triple P helps you:
• Raise happy, confident kids
• Manage misbehavior so everyone in the family enjoys life more
• Set rules and routines that everyone respects and follows
• Encourage behavior you like
• Take care of yourself as a parent
• Feel confident you’re doing the right thing
Because all families are different, Triple P has a range of ways to get your positive parenting program. Choose anything from single visit consultations to public seminars; group courses to private sessions. You can even do Triple P Online, at home or wherever you like!
For more information on becoming a more confident parent, visit www.triplep–

Build your parenting confidence with Triple P!

Franco Festival

Rock 94 is proud to support the Franco Festival

Sept 27-29 at the Valhalla Inn

Come celebrate three days of music, arts, food and activities for the whole family!
Thursday September 27th:
8 pm: The Winston Band  in free concert on the Franco-Festival stage at the Valhalla Inn.
Friday September 28th:
1 pm to 3 pm: Card Games for Seniors at the Francophone Center.
7:30 pm to 10 pm: Dance party for 12-18 year olds, hosted by DJ UnPier at La Vérendrye Catholic High School. 
8 pm: The great seduction at the Francophone Center.
Saturday, September 29th:
1 pm to 3 pm: Tournament of cards for seniors at the Center francophone.
1 to 3 pm: Artistic workshop at the Francophone Center.
1 pm to 4 pm: Outdoor activities on Van Norman Street, opposite the Center francophone.
2 pm: ARIKO in free concert on the outdoor stage of the Franco-Festival against the French Center

Autumn Getaway Raffle in Support of Precious Bundles Children’s Clothing assistance program

Rock 94 is proud to support the Autumn Getaway Raffle in Support of Precious Bundles Children’s Clothing assistance program

Tickets are only $3 each or 2 for $5

Draw date : Nov 4 at 12pm
only 3000 tickets printed.
Lottery License #M807014

1st prize- airfare for 2 anywhere WestJet Flies (value $2900)
2nd prize: Local Eats’ & Treat’s prize pack: $100 gc to Eat Local Pizza, $50 gc to The Caribou, $50 gc to The Keg, $50 gc to Man vs Meat, $25 gc to Sweet North Bakery and $25 gc to The Blue Door Bistro (value $300)
3rd prize: Weekend retreat for 2 at the Victoria Inn( 1 night stay with one dinner and breakfast for 2) (value $250.00)

Tickets available at :
The Blue Door Bistro
Dulux Paints
Gear Up for Outdoors
Competitive Edge Skate Sharpening
Cressman's North end Variety
Eat Local Pizza
Man vs Meat
Rebel Salad
High Variety
Oliver Road Can-Op
Perfect Fit Lingerie
Pinewood Ford
South Neebing Variety

About Precious Bundles:
- Precious Bundles is a community oriented, non-profit organization in Thunder Bay, ON.
- We accept donations of quality second-hand children's clothing, toys, books and baby items and redistribute them to families in need.
- Precious Bundles was created in 2005 as a way to help ease the financial stress some families face. Our organization was started by two volunteers who had children of their own and a realization of the costs associated with raising a family. As the word is spreading, our organization is quickly growing with assistance from volunteers and other local community groups.
- Precious Bundles is a non-profit group of parents helping other parents. Our service recycles quality used children’s clothing and essential items throughout the community of Thunder Bay. By lessening the expenses associated with raising children we hope to give many children a brighter future.

- Precious Bundles helps anyone who may need it. This includes: Low income families, Single parents, Students, Parents with multiple children

- We have helped many people who find themselves in different situations. You do not have to be in the above categories to ask for our help. Some of our clients recently lost their jobs, left their spouses or simply could not make ends meet. If you find yourself in a similar situation and need assistance, either as a one-time donation or ongoing help as your children grow, please give us a call.

Hike for Health

Rock 94 is proud to support Hike for Health

Every year on the last Saturday of September, the Hike for Health is held along the Nipigon River Recreation Trail in order to raise monies for local needs.

During the rugged 10 km trek hikers enjoy spectacular views from three lookouts over Nipigon Bay on Lake Superior, and later relax on the leisurely portion of the trail beside the Nipigon River and its wetlands.

This year, the hike takes place September 29th.  The day will begin at 8:30 am with registration and opening ceremonies at the Nipigon Marina Pavilion.   A light breakfast will be served and fundraising/participation prizes awarded.    Beginning at 9:30, buses will begin shuttling hikers to the Red Rock trailhead.  There will be NO LUNCH provided this year.  We encourage hikers to visit participating local restaurants to enjoy “Hiker’s Specials” andreceive 15% off their lunch (alcohol excluded).

This trail is challenging, with rugged terrain and long stairs. Appropriate hiking footwear and clothing is recommended.for more info or to register visit:

Lakehead Track & Field

Lakehead Track & Field offers both Sprints/ Hurdles and Distance running training groups along with some integrated jumps training within the sprints/ hurdle sessions.

The Sprints/ Hurdles training focuses around events from 60m - 400m, whereas the distance group will focus on 800m all the way up to Cross-Country running.

Track & Field is the root of all sports, utilizing skills of speed, power, coordination, strength and endurance to compete throughout a variety of events. Lakehead is proud to have passionate and educated coaches to help athletes reach their full-potential in all areas of sports.

Lakehead Track & Field prides itself on being an outlet for athletes in Thunder Bay, a space for runners to take their skills to the next level, but also a place for multi-sport athletes to perfect their craft and transfer their abilities into other sports to become more successful.

Practice Schedule:
• Monday: 4:15pm - LU Hanger (Sprints) or Boulevard Lake (Distance)
• Wednesday: 4:15pm - LU Hanger (Sprints) or Boulevard Lake (Distance)
• Saturday: 9:15am - LU Hanger (Sprints) or Centennial Park (Distance)
NOTE: Coach McDonough also offers alternative session times for SPRINTS practices if athletes are unable to attend regular scheduled practices -- must contact!

How to join?
• Email Coach Joe McDonough with any questions you may have
• Fill out subsequent Registration and Waiver Forms
• Payment: Club Fee of $500.00
• Come out to any scheduled practice for a general meet and greet with coaches!

What happens after you've signed-up?
• Access to Lakehead University's Athletic Facility
• Yearly training plan for track workouts + strength workouts provided (Sprints)
• Free Team Racing Gear
• Entry Fees into any competition covered by Lakehead
• Subsidized travel costs and all-travel provided to and from competition locations
• Access to all Lakehead Track equipment (Blocks, Hurdles, Medicine Balls, Resistance Sleds etc...)

12th Annual Gear Up for Outdoors Spread the Warmth Winter Coat Drive in support of the Shelter house

 ROCK 94 is proud to be support the 12th Annual Gear Up for Outdoors Spread the Warmth Winter Coat Drive in support of the Shelter house Thunder Bay and Precious Bundles.

The days are getting shorter and colder…  let’s get ready to "Spread the Warmth"
Living in Thunder Bay you need a winter jacket… no ifs, ands or buts!  Right now, you can help yourself by helping others. 
12 years ago, the staff at Gear Up for Outdoors initiated the Winter Coat Drive, The coat drive being a program to help those less fortunate in our community to overcome the cold winter season.

The Winter Coat Drive has collected over 1014 Jackets for the two local organizations Precious Bundles and Shelter House Thunder Bay.

Between Thursday, October 4 -Thursday, October 20 , Bring in a clean, gently used jacket to Gear up for Outdoors and you’ll receive 15% off a new winter jacket. A TbayTel warm winter toque will also be included with each donated winter jacket.  Every donated jacket will also receive a ballot to win 1 of 6, $100 dollar gift certificates from the Keg Steakhouse and Bar.  ( Draw Date for Keg gift cards: Friday, December 21)

Harvest for Hunger in support of the RFDA

Rock 94 is proud to support Harvest for Hunger in support of the RFDA

The RFDA’s annual Harvest for Hunger food drive is happening October 4th to October 6th in Thunder Bay and communities across Northwestern Ontario and will involve volunteers at grocery stores asking the public to donate certain food items on their way out of the stores.

Now is the perfect time to HARVEST the garden and bring it in. Lettuce, Squash, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, carrots, you name it , it can be use it to help feed others!

Items they could really use: produce  any and all veggies accepted, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, bread, cereal, canned soups, canned vegetables, canned fruit, mac and cheese ,canned meat, jarred baby food & formula
Monetary donations ALWAYS APPRECIATED – Your donation allow the RFDA to make a dollar go further, by buying in bulk and taking advantage of special charity pricing, 85% of the funds donated - go directly towards feeding those in OUR region.

About the RFDA:

-Regional Food Distribution Association (The food banks to the food banks)  now have 45 plus member food banks and feeding programs in its association serving Thunder Bay and the Region for over 13 years
-RFDA member food banks and feeding programs serve 14,000 people a month. Approximately 40% are children. Please remember that a full belly can make a world of difference to adults and to children.
-The RFDA is committed to building a better community by fighting hunger.
-The RFDA Community kitchen where volunteers make soup and sandwiches for local soup kitchens.
-In addition the RDFA is proud to promote volunteerism in a welcoming environment – that teaches job skills and healthy cooking, to all those wanting to learn.
-The RDFA believes that nobody should go hungry….

Stand Up Comedy at the Finlandia Club -Dave Hemstad

Rock 94 is proud to present Stand Up Comedy at the Finlandia Club Featuring 3 time Canadian Comedy Award Nominee headliner Dave Hemstad.

Also featuring Isso Rautsalainen, opener Miki Hughes and Emcee Chris Holland.

Friday, November 2nd and Saturday, November 3rd with two hilarious shows each night at 7:00pm and 9:30pm sharp!

Tickets are $22 in advance and $25 at the door and are available at The Hoito, The Persian Man, Galaxy Lanes, and The Northern Cancer Fund at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation Office