The Sioux Lookout Bulletin - Vol. 28 - No. 43, August 28, 2019
An update to the community on the remediation of contamination at Farlinger Park the Town Beach left many of the approximately 20 people who attended the meeting, looking for more answers.
Sioux Lookout Mayor Doug Lawrance, along with Chief Administrative Officer Michelle Larose, attended the annual Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) conference in Ottawa from August 18 to 21.
Kiiwetinoong MPP Sol Mamakwa invited visitors and community members to a free barbecue, which was located at his Sioux Lookout constituency office at 73 King Street, on August 7. Mamakwa also handed out water bottles for visitors.
Community members and visitors to Sioux Lookout packed the Town Beach on August 10 for the annual St. Andrew s United Church Fish Fry.
Youth five to ten years old enjoyed a week of free games, crafts, music, stories, and snacks during an Into The Wild themed Vacation Bible School at Calvary Baptist Church from August 5 to 9.
John Nenka, Hudson LCBO store manager, served up free coffee and donuts for customers and store visitors as part of a customer appreciation day on August 8.
The Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board (SLAAMB) hosted a craft and bake sale on August 6. Visitors had an opportunity to browse crafts, auction items, handmade goods, and baked goods.
The Sioux Lookout Skating Club has announced that former Canadian Olympic figure skater Elvis Stojko is teaching in Sioux Lookout during on-ice seminars on Sept. 7 and 8 at the Sioux Lookout Memorial Arena.
Community members and visitors to town packed the upper Legion hall on August 7 for Blueberry Bingo.
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Youth ages nine to 13 developed their sports skills from August 6 to 9 during Champions Sports Camp. The camp, which was located at Calvary Baptist Church, allowed participants to play a variety of sports including soccer and flag football.
The Sioux Area Senior Activity Centre s window was selected as this year s winning Blueberry Window Painting Contest winner. Businesses in town were invited to paint their windows with Blueberry themed designs during the festival.
Three teams competed to be quickest to pull and then push a 17,500 pound North Star Air Basler BT67 forwards and backwards on a marked course at the North Star Air hanger in Sioux Lookout on August 5 during the Sioux Lookout Blueberry Festival.
Approximately 70 cars, trucks, and motorcycles were on display at the Sioux Lookout Travel Information Centre on August 11 as part of Special Interest Show and Shine sponsored by Sioux-Per Auto Parts.
The Sioux Lookout Public Library and Fresh Market Foods partnered to present an Outdoor Movie Night at the Library on August 10.
Calvary Baptist Church hosted a carnival on August 11 featuring a petting zoo, face painting, games, popcorn, cotton candy and slushies.
Sioux Lookout residents and visitors to town were invited to a special ceremony at Northway Cemetery on August 11 to help close the 2019 Blueberry Festival, while celebrating and honouring loved ones who are no longer with us.
Local residents and visitors to town packed Second Sandy Beach on August 9 for Slate Falls Airways 2nd annual balloon price drop.
Local residents and visitors to the community marched through Sioux Lookout s downtown on August 11 to show their support for the LGBTQ2S+ community.
Community members and visitors to Sioux Lookout were invited to visit Alterna Savings and Credit Union on August 8 for a free hot dog BBQ lunch.
Community members were invited to the Sioux Lookout Travel Information Centre on August 3 to help Blueberry Festival mascot Blueberry Bert celebrate his 37th birthday.
Adults aged 55 or older from Sioux Lookout, Lac Seul First Nation, Dryden, Barrie, and even as far away as Hawaii took part in the 55+ games held during Sioux Lookout s 37th Annual Blueberry Festival.