Our mayor Dan Marchisella and council members discusses Larks in the Park, Mississagi Lumberjack Days, Pool maintenance and much more...

 

Official Elliot Lake CANADA 150 merchandise is available at the Elliot Lake Welcome Centre, including t-shirts and collectible pins.

 

Larks in the Park Summer Concert Series will feature Hidden Roots Collective, August 6. With swirling Folk, Jazz, and Alternative Ethereal harmonies Hidden Roots Collective creates a truly immersive listening experience. These free concerts are part of The City’s accessible arts programming and are held at Westview Park. Donations are gratefully accepted at the concerts.

 

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. Find out more at digitalcreatorelliotlake on social media.

 

Mississagi Provincial Park  Will present Lumberjack Days, August 5 & 6 at the Park. This popular summer event features championship wood carvers, 2-person sawing, log rolling, axe throwing, strongman demonstrations and family fun and games.

 

Please note the Municipal Pool will be closed on Sunday’s until after Thanksgiving weekend.

 

The maintenance shutdown at the pool has been extended one week due to repairs to the showers. The expected opening date is July 31. 

 

Sign up your children for the City’s Summer Day Camp for Kids. Running throughout the summer until September 1 and open to ages 5-12, this successful program offers many exciting activities for children including sports, arts, tournaments, theme days, and trips to Science North, Mississagi Provincial Park and the Nuclear & Mining Museum. See the City website for further information.

 

The City of Elliot Lake and the North Shore Cruisers would like to thank the community for the great support of the HiRail Leasing North Shore Challenge Drag Race. Thanks to the spectators, racers, sponsors, vendors, volunteers, service clubs, special attractions, service providers, Mayor Sue Jensen of Blind River, and Amber Piette-singer of the National Anthem. It was an exciting and successful weekend for our community and we hope everyone had a great time.

 

NWMO Open House. Learn more about Canada’s plan for spent nuclear fuel and where Elliot Lake sits in the process, this week at the White Mountain building on Wednesday July 26th from noon until 8 pm or on Thursday July 27th from 8am until 2 pm.

 

Geology Tours will be taking place August 19th and 20th, from 9-3pm. Tour will leave from the Civic Center with stops along the way and includes lunch at Mississagi Park, for the cost of $25 per ticket. Tickets available at the Civic Center.