Our mayor Dan Marchisella and council members discusses merchandise, fishing derby, concerts, events and much more...
- Official Elliot Lake CANADA 150 merchandise is available at the Elliot Lake Welcome Centre, including t-shirts and collectible pins. In addition Elliot Lake branded jackets, polo shirts and t-shirts can now be ordered through the Welcome Centre. There is still some North Shore Challenge merchandise on-hand including hats and youth t-shirts.
- Digital Creator North A program for youth aged from 14 – 19 is a drop in centre where youth can learn more about film making, editing, animation, gaming, photography, photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and more. The centre is open from Noon to 7pm Tues to Fri and Saturdays from 10am – 5pm and is located on the 3rd floor at the Lester B. Pearson Civic Centre. Check out the exciting schedule of programs and activities for the fall at “digitalcreatorelliotlake” on social media.
- The last day of supervision for both waterfronts is on Sunday, Sept 3/17 and Fall Registration for swimming lessons at the Municipal Pool is September 5 – 8/17. For more information, call 848-2287 ext 2500
- The City of Elliot Lake in conjunction with Elliot Lake Entertainment Series is pleased to present Carl Dixon in Concert and Conversation, September 16 at the Lester B. Pearson Civic Centre. Carl Dixon remains one of Canada's stellar singers and musicians (Coney Hatch, The Guess Who, and April Wine.) He tours and records extensively as a solo artist, band member and inspirational speaker. Carl was critically injured in a car accident in Australia in 2008. After years in recuperation Carl's story came full circle when he fulfilled his goal and returned to The Guess Who as lead singer for two special shows in 2016. This will be a special night to remember. Tickets are $22.60 and are now available at the Welcome Centre.
- Elliot Lake Arts on the Trail, the fall’s most spectacular arts event will be held September 30 at the Lester B. Pearson Civic Centre, Collins Hall and Camp Thompson. The event showcases 23 professional artists from around the region and features live musicians, demonstrations, open studios, a youth exhibit and a special Canada 150 community arts project that will include the general public. Watch for the event brochure coming to your mailbox in September or go to artsonthetrail.com for full details.
- The Golden Helmets, from the OPP will be here in Elliot Lake to perform on September 8th at 6 pm in the Lower Plaza.
- Quick Charge Station. New to the community, this quick charge station is for electric cars and is located at the Bank of Nova Scotia.