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Reel North offers its first 'documentary night' Nov. 24

Reel North offers its first 'documentary night' Nov. 24

Reel North, in partnership with the Thompson Public Library, is expanding its horizons and offering their first documentary night Nov. 24 when they screen Food, Inc. Tickets are $5 per person and the doors for the Basement Bijou Room open at6:30 p.m.

Comedian Dan Licoppe performs as Investors Group Comedy Tour stops in Thompson

Never let it be said the local clergy lack funny bones. At least four local ministers (there may have been more) turned out Oct. 30 as comedian Dan Licoppe, fresh off a stop in The Pas, performed in Thomson on the Investors Group Comedy Tour.
Everything Fitz: Step dancing and fiddling sensations returned to Thompson

Everything Fitz: Step dancing and fiddling sensations returned to Thompson

Paddy Fitzgerald, patriarch of the Everything Fitz fiddling and percussive step dancing clan, wondered Nov. 1 when he looked around and saw the snow on the band's second ever visit to Thompson if maybe they should try July next time.
Thunder Bay songwriter Rodney Brown is the poet of the fur trade

Thunder Bay songwriter Rodney Brown is the poet of the fur trade

Fort William, Ont. native Rodney Brown, the award-winning folk singer and songwriter, with his banjo "Bob" and acoustic guitar, was in Thompson Oct.
6th annual Reel North Film Festival returns Nov. 6-8

6th annual Reel North Film Festival returns Nov. 6-8

The sixth annual Reel North Film Festival returns Nov.

T.T.A. induction dinner welcomes new teachers to the Thompson community

Teachers both new to the profession and new to the School District of Mystery Lake were welcomed to the local education community by the executive of the Thompson Teachers' Association at the annual T.T.A. Induction Dinner held Oct.
Thompson Playhouse: Colli and Smith on the Thompson babe-hunt

Thompson Playhouse: Colli and Smith on the Thompson babe-hunt

Members of Thompson Playhouse were back on stage Oct.

Daniel David Moses reads at the library Oct. 29

University College of the North and the Thompson Public Library are jointly presenting a public reading by openly gay aboriginal poet and playwright Daniel David Moses Oct. 29 at the public library. Moses' reading begins at 7 p.m.
THIN AIR Aboriginal Writers Tour in Thompson Oct. 20

THIN AIR Aboriginal Writers Tour in Thompson Oct. 20

The THIN AIR Aboriginal Writers Tour, featuring Michael Kusugak, Beatrice Culleton Mosionier, and Jordan Wheeler, will be making a stop at Thompson Public Library Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m.

Thompson Pentecostal Assembly kicks off fall with the movie Faith Like Potatoes Oct. 4

Those same faith folks at Thompson Pentecostal Assembly who brought the movie Fireproof to Thompson last Feb. 22 for about 120 people will be back at it again Oct.