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5 things to do this week in Timmins

The first of the ward meetings is being held, and the symphony is kicking off a new season

Mining in Timmins: Past, Present, Future
Monday, Oct. 2, 6:30 p.m.
Timmins Public Library, 320 Second Ave.

The final night of this three-part series is taking a look at what is the future of Timmins. Registration is not required to attend the free sessions. It is an in-person event only and will not be recorded.

Timmins Council Meeting
Tuesday, Oct. 3, 6 p.m.
City Hall

Members are sitting down for their first October meeting. When available, the agenda will be here.

Ward 1 Meeting
Thursday, Oct. 5, 6 p.m.
St. Dominque Church Hall, 365 Norman St., Timmins

In the first of a series of meetings this month, Ward 1 residents can meet with Mayor Michelle Boileau and Ward 1 Coun. Rock Whissell. The meetings are a chance for people to hear about capital projects and future plans specific to each ward. There will be opening remarks and a presentation by council members followed by a question and answer period. Questions don't have to be submitted in advance, but if you wish to do that, email your ward councillor. 

Yoga Groove
Thursday, Oct. 5, 6:30 p.m.
Timmins Public Library, 320 Second Ave.

There are four nights for this event focused on tweens ages nine to 12 years old. The sessions are free and drop-ins are welcome, but you can register in advance here.

Timmins Symphony Orchestra: Northern Connections
Saturday, Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m.
École secondaire catholique Thériault

The TSO is kicking off its season with a little help from friends. The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra will be in town for a thrilling large ensemble. Buy tickets online here.

Check out the full events calendar and submit your group's activities online here.