Volunteers at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church in Fort Frances prepared a feast-worthy amount of take-out BBQ meals on Canada Day. The meals were provided free of charge to anyone who happened to pass by the church and other bags were sent out for delivery to help everyone celebrate the nation’s birthday.
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A collection of carved wooden items available for viewing and purchase at the Fine Line Art Gallery on Scott St. The gallery has reopened to the public following several weeks of being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visitors to the gallery are encouraged to wear a mask and keep physical distancing in mind.
It’s been a long handful of months being closed, but the Fine Line Art Gallery is ready to welcome customers and art aficionados back through its doors.
Carla Basaraba displayed the winning ticket for the Fort Frances Kiwanis Club “Trip of the Month” draw for July this morning at Green’s BrandSource Home Furnishings. Tom and Emily Mosbeck are the winners of the July draw, a trip to Halifax valued at $3,600.
While there is still much that is unknown about the COVID-19 virus, Curtis Denture Clinic in Fort Frances isn’t taking any chances with the health of their patients or staff.
Cindy Manty of Curtis Denture Clinic demonstrates how visitors to the clinic will use the new Kentix SmartXcan unit that was installed to help monitor patient health.
He’s been a fixture of the downtown business scene for nearly five decades, but on Friday, June 26, Richard Boileau retired.
Richard Boileau, longtime manager at McTaggarts in Fort Frances, takes time for a photo on his second to last day with the store. Boileau retired on Friday, June 26 after nearly 50 years with the company in various roles and stores across northwestern Ontario.
A highlight during the holiday season, this year’s Christmas Cantata is not to be.
Diane Maxey made the decision to cancel the annual Christmas tradition last week, saying in a call to the Times that it was a sad decision to make, but not a difficult one.
“It’s for the safety of everyone,” Maxey said.
It may not be the same as walking across a stage, but this year’s grads are still getting public recognition for their accomplishments. Banners celebrating each student of the Fort Frances High School graduating class of 2020 went up around town this week.