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Thunder Bay Country Market 2016 Season

Rock 94 is proud to support the Thunder Bay Country Market 2016 Season

The Thunder Bay Country Market is a year-round farmers’ market held in the CLE Dove building Saturdays between 8am and 1pm year round until Christmas and Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30pm during Harvest Season.(May-Dec only)

We Make it, Bake it, Grow it.

Over 100 vendors attend every Market day, year-round, with additional farmers attending during the summer months; we’re proud to be the largest producer-based market in Northwestern Ontario.  An average of 6,000 visitors shop for local meats, cheese, eggs, produce, baking, meals and crafts every week.

The Market is a sustainable engine of the Thunder Bay economy, with a real impact of close to $8 million on our community.

For our vendors, the Market represents an opportunity to earn a living doing something they’re great at and that they love.  For many of our customers it’s a place to buy groceries, crafts and gifts from the talented, hard-working people who created them.  For others it’s a meeting-place full of good people where they can get in touch with some of the simpler things in life.

At the Thunder Bay Country Market you’ll always know exactly what you’re buying.  Our producers know that happy, confident customers will tell their friends about the Market; they dedicate themselves to answering your questions.

Visit for a full listing of vendors, a calendar of events and more information.

Lakehead University Thunderwolves 2016-2017 season

Rock 94 is proud to sponsor the Lakehead University Thunderwolves 2016-2017 season!

The Lakehead University Thunderwolves will start their quest for the Queens Cup with their first game on Friday, September 30th against the Lethbridge Pronghorns at the Fort William Gardens with a GAME TIME of 7:00pm.

Season Tickets on sale now!

2016-2017 Season Tickets Information:

•           Guaranteed seats for all games including the Christmas Challenge
•           Save money versus buying single-game tickets
•           No waiting in long lineups
•           Discount coupon for Thunderwolves apparel sold at the Fort William Gardens
•           First right of refusal for purchasing playoff tickets
•           Option for seat renewal at the end of the season

2016-2017 Season Ticket Prices:

•           Adults - $199.99
•           Seniors $179.99
•           Full time students (w/ID) $79.99
•           Children 12 and under $79.99

* HST extra

2016-2017 Single Game Ticket Prices:

•           Adults - $13
•           Students w/ID $8
•           Children 12 and under $8

For more information regarding tickets please call the Fort William Gardens box office at (807) 625-2929.

United Way Fall Campaign 2016

Rock 94 is proud to Sponsor the United Way Fall Campaign.

for more information about this campaign please visit

For the breakfast campaign this event kicks off the fall Campaign as they announce their 2016 Goal, while recognizing the majority of their supporters, and the agencies who United Way supports in our community.

Thursday September 15th

Valhalla Inn Ballroom

7:00 – 8:30 am

Tickets are 28$ each

The united way By collaborating with community partners, we are leading the way to addressing social issues in our community and investing in three critical areas: Poverty, Kids and Strong Communities. Donations to the United Way are strategically invested across Thunder Bay to many vital programs and initiatives in these areas, creating a social safety net that works to achieve lasting change for our neighbours, families and friends.

The major focuses of united way is Kids, Community and Poverty which all information can be found at


Rock 94 Live on Location - Excalibur Motorcycle

Join Rock 94 Live on Location at Excalibur Motorcycle -1425 Walsh Street,  Friday November 25th, 11a.m. - 3p.m. See You There!

Grand A Day Draw in support of St. Josephs foundation of Thunder Bay

Rock 94 is proud to sponsor the 24th annual Grand A Day Draw in support of St. Josephs foundation of Thunder Bay

GRAND A DAY TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE! ! $50,000 to be won this year! Get your ticket today. ONLY 1500 TICKETS SOLD AT $100 EACH

Tickets available at the St. Joseph's Foundation Office, St. Joseph's Heritage Front Desk and St. Joseph's Hospital, LPH & HRM Business Offices or online at
When your ticket is drawn, it goes back into the drum for more chances to win - Every ticket has a chance to win multiple times.
All Proceeds To St. Joseph’s Foundation
License #M786236

(Bonus Prize draws and Grand Prize drawn immediately after the daily draw on November 30th)

5th Annual Top Chef

Rock 94 is proud to support the 5th annual Top Chef Thunder Bay

Saturday, November 5th 2016

Victoria inn

VIP Tickets 99$ plus HST

General Admission $60 plus HST

Tickets on Sale October 1st 2016

General Admission:
Your ticket includes being a judge along with James and our panel of local celebrity judges as you try each bite and cast your vote.  James Cunningham promises to keep the audience in stitches as he interacts with the chefs, judges and the audience.  Be prepared to have a blast!

VIP Tickets:
Limited VIP tickets are available which include a VIP meet and greet before the event with Food Network Star, James Cunningham, an early tasting of all the bites by the competing restaurants and a tutored spirits tasting by Rheault Distillery.

10th Annual Winter Coat Drive

Rock 94,is proud to be a major sponsor of the 10th Annual Winter Coat Drive in support of the Shelterhouse and Precious Bundles.

From October 3rd to December 18th

Ten 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.

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

Bring in any of your used (clean) Winter Jackets/coats and they will be donated to Precious Bundles and The Shelter House.

Drop Off Location: 894 Alloy Place , Thunder Bay ON (Gear up for Outdoors)

By Donating your name will be entered to win 1 of 6 gift cards from The Keg Steakhouse valued at $100.00 each. (Draw will be held on December 21st/2016)

Donating also gets you a 15% Discount off of a purchase of a new winter jacket* at Gear Up for Outdoors

*Excludes Canada Goose

Be Sure to Check the Blog on for weekly updates on the event.

Step UP and Go Purple for Prevention

Rock 94 is proud to be a Major Sponsors of “Step Up and Go Purple for Prevention” (Child Abuse)

The Month of October

Child Abuse Prevention Month

In support of Child Abuse Prevention Month, the community is encouraged to participate in Go Purple for Prevention Day on October 19th to Participate, Businesses, schools, families and individuals are encouraged to wear purple and post pictures on the official Step UP Facebook page. Purple is the signature colour of child abuse prevention.

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care and the Children’s Aid Society of Thunder Bay recognizes Child Abuse Prevention Month in Thunder Bay the organizations have come together to launch the annual step UP campaign asking adults to put themselves in the shoes of innocent children whose safet,happiness and health is being threatened. It will help remind the community that we are ALL responsible to protect children and we must STEP UP.

Child abuse includes physical, emotional and sexual abuse and/or neglect. It also addresses a pattern of abuse and risks of harm. Abused children do not always show obvious warning signs of abuse or neglect. By stepping up adults can save the life of a child or give a family in crisis the help they need.

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care and The Children’s Aid Society of the District of Thunder Bay deliver a range of responsive individual, family and community programs to children, individuals and families in Northern Ontario. The agencies work collaboratively with families, youth, children and communities so all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential .

If you have any questions/Concerns, please call:
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care: 1-855-623-8511 (Emergency service 24 hours a day)
Children’s Aid Society of the District of Thunder Bay 1-800-465-3905 or (807)343-6100 to make a referral.

26th Annual Rotary Christmas Parade

Rock 94 Presents the 26th Annual Rotary Christmas Parade

To be held on Saturday, November 19th at 10am.

The Rotary Christmas Parade has become a major seasonal event in Thunder Bay.

Viewed by 20,000 spectators every year...

YOU are an important part of its success!.

General Information:
• Parade time is 10:00 a.m. sharp, departing from the Superstore on Harbour Expressway, traveling north along Memorial Avenue, concluding at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium.
• Each entry must be decorated well with a seasonal theme. Entries not decorated will not be allowed to participate.
• Floats with animals - please remember the “pooper scooper”. If you are incorporating animals in your float, please obtain separate insurance.
• We strongly encourage Christmas music as part of your float. Our goal is to have every entry with music – the audience is asking for it.
• Please remember this is a family event. While we appreciate everyone’s efforts in promoting or displaying their product or cause, please consider the small children who view this parade. We ask that everyone ensure a proper code of conduct and personal attire is in place. Please refrain from alcohol consumption. Our goal is to make this event a fun-filled enjoyable experience for all those involved.
• Floats must be sturdily constructed, with rider and participant safety paramount, not presenting a health or safety hazard to participants or the general public. Railings & hand rails must be strong enough to prevent falls. Fire extinguishers rated 2A-10BC are required on all floats.
• The ratio of adult chaperons to children will be no less than 1:10 for ages 6 to 12 or 1:5 for preschoolers.
• Any parade unit that performs exhibitions en-route must be a moving demonstration as not to cause gaps in the parade. Unsafe motorcycle demonstrations are not allowed and the motorcycles must maintain the pace of the parade.
• Participants may not jump on and off floats once the parade had started. Riders will not be allowed to leave their float once their float is in motion.
• The parade Safety Inspection Committee will be checking each entry at the staging area for compliance to the rules.

• Float Awards:
o Governor's Choice Selected by the District Governor's representatives
o Most Original Christmas Theme
o School Category
o Community Group/Service Club Category
o Commercial Category
Presentation of these Awards will take place at a later date. Winners will be contacted.

Fort William Male Choir Prelude to Christmas

Rock 94 is proud to Present  the Fort William Male Choir Prelude to Christmas !

Thunder Bay Community Auditorium

Friday December 2nd 2016  at 7:30 PM

Saturday December 3rd 2016 at  7:30 PM

Adults tickets are 30$

Youth Tickets are 15$

Tickets available online at or by phone at 684-4444 or Toll free: 1-800-463-8817

VIP Tickets are 40$ and are available at
which includes:
Preferred seating
and a 20$ Gift Certificate to Boston Pizza

There is no better way to kick-off the holiday season than to experience the Fort William Male Choir live on stage at your Thunder Bay Community Auditorium for their 89th Annual Prelude To Chistmas concert.
Join the Choir as they present a wonderful visual and musical impression that keeps the show alive and the audience guessing what will happen next!
This year's concert will get the audience tapping their toes and singing along with the music  of Frank Sinatra!

Operation Red Nose

Rock 94 is proud to sponsor the Annual Operation Red Nose in support of St. John Ambulance

In Thunder Bay, Operation Red Nose is hosted by St. John Ambulance.  With a mission to enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service Operation Red Nose is the perfect complement to both achieve that goal and at the same time raise funds for other valuable health and safety programs.

How Operation Red Nose Works
You’ve gone to a house party or your office Christmas party or just out to the bar for a drink and it’s time to go home, but you do not feel comfortable driving. Call our Headquarters and a team of 3 will come and drive you home safely in your own car. Two people will get in your car with you and the third person will follow behind. Your car will be parked in your driveway and you will be escorted to your door. We’ll even drive your babysitter home (as long as one parent comes with us). This is a FREE* confidential service provided by hundreds of volunteers whose main concern is the safety of our roads. *Those receiving rides may make a voluntary donation to Operation Red Nose.

Operation Red Nose Volunteer Opportunities:
There are many volunteer opportunities available such as: Dispatch, Phone Operators, Headquarters, Mascot, Road Volunteers, and Committee Members. You can volunteer as an individual or with a group. Talk to your company or organization about volunteering, we'd be happy to make a presentation to your office or workplace to get participants to sign up! In order to volunteer for Operation Red Nose, you must first fill out a volunteer application form which can be found on the website:
Need a ride home?

If you need a ride home call Operation Red Nose! Dial 683-NOSE (6673) between 9:00pm and 3:00am on the service dates:

• November 25 and 26
• December 1,2,3
• December 8,9,10
• December 15,16,17
• December 23rd

This service is free, however donations are gratefully accepted.
Call when you are ready to go home. Rides will be provided in the order in which calls are received. A team of three Red Nose volunteers will pick you up and drive you in your own vehicle to the destination of your choice, for free.

Are you organizing a party?

If you’re having a party, there are a number of ways to let your guests know of this service. The most popular method is a visit from the Mascot – a big friendly Red- Nosed reindeer! Who has a very shiny nose! Rudy will visit area establishments and parties to spread Operation Red Nose’s brief but important message. "Make Operation Red Nose your last call before you hit the road." Plan ahead, call a friend, call a cab or call Operation Red Nose. Please don't drink and drive. Call Jennifer McKeown at  (807)345-1712 (ext 7) to advertise at your home or work party.

For more information on Operation Red Nose, please visit

Paro Enterprising Women Gala & Awards 2016

Rock 94 is Proud to be Sponsors of the Paro Enterprising Women Gala & Awards 2016

Victoria Inn

November 17th 2016

9:30 AM to 9:00 PM

For more information such as an agenda, sponsors and fees please visit :

Awards are as followed:
• New Business of the year.  This award recognizes a business, with a successful and notable track record for less than 3 years.
• Established Business of the year. This award recognizes a business with a successful and notable track record for 3 years or more. A woman who has established a business, taken financial risks and managed the business successfully.
• Young Entrepreneur. This award recognizes a young woman business leader up to 34 years of age, who demonstrates outstanding entrepreneurial spirit, strategic direction and innovative ideas whilst providing inspiration to a new generation of upcoming young business people.
• Social Entrepreneur. This award recognizes an individual business owner and changemaker driving social innovation and transformation forward in one of the following fields: education, health or environment. A social entrepreneur builds strong and sustainable organizations, which are either set up as not-for-profit or for-profit
• PARO Building Bridges of the year. This award recognizes an individual who has overcome challenges and barriers in their life to build a sustainable livelihood as an entrepreneur and has been part of this program at PARO Centre.
• NEW - PARO Fundraising Circle of the year. This award recognizes a peer lending circle’s on going community and group effort that positively impacts  PARO and their community, fundraising funds for their circle and the PARO grant fund.
• NEW - PARO partner of the year. This award recognizes a partner who’s collaborative work with PARO has contributed to advance women’s economic development.

Rock 94 Live on Location - Subway Restaurant

Join Rock 94 Live on Location at Subway Restaurant, 595 Arthur Street, Thursday November 3rd; from 2p.m. - 6p.m.  See You There!

14th Annual Easter Seals Roast

Rock 94 is proud to support  The 14th Annual Easter Seals Roast!
The 14th Annual Easter Seals Roast will be an event you do not want to miss!

Past Honorees Include:
Tom Jones, Gordon Crompton, Cliff Friesen, Dr. Stewart Kennedy, Colin Bruce, John
Trevisanutto, Bill McCracken, Jack Mallon, Michael Power and Trevor Mikus, Roberta
Sawchyn and Bruno Niederer, Kathy Harris and Clint Harris as well as Vince Mirabelli.
Friday, November 18, 2016
Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre
Symposium 5:30 p.m., Dinner 6:15 p.m.
Tickets are $100 each (tables of 8 or 10 available).
For our 14th year, we are pleased to announce a “BEST OF” Easter Seals Roast where we will be showcasing clips of all the past roasts. Please join us in support of children with physical disabilities and once again enjoy the entertainment and hard work put into the Roast presentations.
This year’s event takes place on Friday, November 18, 2016 at the Victoria Inn. Tickets are specially priced for our BEST OF year at $100 each.
As in previous years, our 14th anniversary promises to be fun and engaging for the entire audience with clips of the best presentations, jokes, videos and more. Some of our past Roasters will be presenting their own clips and once again entertaining our audience. Our special guest emcees will surprise and amuse the crowd.
Since 2003, the Easter Seals Celebrity Roast has raised over $550,000 with proceeds going to help families of children with physical disabilities in this community and across Ontario. Past honourees include: Tom Jones, Gordon Crompton, Cliff Friesen, Dr. Stewart Kennedy, Colin Bruce, John Trevisanutto, Bill McCracken, Jack Mallon, Michael Power and Trevor Mikus, Roberta Sawchyn and Bruno Niederer, Kathy Harris and Clint Harris as well as Vince Mirabelli.
For 93 years, Easter Seals Ontario has been providing programs and services for children and youth with physical disabilities from all ethnic and religious backgrounds. Easter Seals provides financial assistance for costly mobility equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, braces and communication devices. Easter Seals also owns and operates two fully accessible summer camps and is recognized as an industry leader in providing specialized camping programs for kids with physical disabilities. In addition, Easter Seals offers post-secondary education scholarships and important information resources for parents and caregivers.
Easter Seals Ontario relies completely on the generosity of public donations to offer its programs and services. Together, we are helping kids BE KIDS.
Easter Seals Roast Tickets and Information
For more information contact Rhonda Harrison at Easter Seals