Archive for 'Culture & Events'

Theatre 17 to stage cult favourite Rocky Horror Show, Nov. 2,3,4

Theatre 17 to stage cult favourite Rocky Horror Show, Nov. 2,3,4

By Michael Christianson Theatre 17 is returning in November with one of their most ambitious productions yet. Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. and director Ted Mitchell [...]

Dryden Rotary Club members hear from RYLA leadership students

Dryden Rotary Club members hear from RYLA leadership students

By Michael Christianson Dryden Rotary recently welcomed home six students that were sponsored by the service club to attend RYLA. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe. [...]

Autism Awareness walk celebrates second year

Autism Awareness walk celebrates second year

By Michael Christianson Dryden held it’s second annual ‘Walk with me for Autism Awareness’ on Saturday following the success of last year’s inaugural walk. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, refers to a range of conditions characterized [...]

Entertainment Series aims to please in 2017-18

Entertainment Series aims to please in 2017-18

By Chris Marchand Patrons of the Dryden Entertainment Series have a lot to look forward to over the next eight months on the stage at The Centre. “We’re very excited about our season,” said Dryden Entertainment [...]

Paint Night at the Legion

Paint Night at the Legion

Paint Nite Thunder Bay did a tour of the northwest recently stopping into Atikokan, Emo, Fort Frances, Ignace, Dryden and Red Lake. The event in Dryden was hosted at the Legion and $15 from each ticket [...]

Songs about Canada

Songs about Canada

A good-sized crowd gathered for a show by Taw Connors, son of the late Stompin’ Tom Connors who is carrying on the family tradition of penning and singing songs about recognizable places and people of Canada. [...]

Down at the Trout

Down at the Trout

  By Chris Marchand There was a time when you might show up on the Friday afternoon of the Trout Forest Music Festival and still have your pick of the best spots to pitch a tent [...]

Creative Cooking classes at the Mission

By Michael Christianson Are you ready to put something new on your dinner table? Starting September 13, The Dryden Mission will be offering Creative Cooking Classes to help families and individuals who are struggling to create [...]

Rotary Exchange Student returns to Dryden

Rotary Exchange Student returns to Dryden

By Michael Christianson Every year one lucky student gets to experience the world from a new perspective as they travel to a new country to be a part of the Rotary Student Exchange.This school year Jackie [...]

Moody Jamboree celebrates Sweet 16

Moody Jamboree celebrates Sweet 16

By Chris Marchand Sixteen years ago at the Moody Jamboree, you weren’t able to whip out your smartphone to check the weather radar for an approaching storm, you’d just get wet. While the ensuing years may [...]