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Magnus Theatre, 10 S. Algoma St., Visit: www.magnus.on.ca or call 345-5552.
• Freedom 85, by Debra Hale, until Saturday. In this clever comedy, a feisty 85-year-old has just broken out of her retirement home and befriends a young woman whom she decides to employ as her personal assistant. But which woman needs the other more? Tickets range from $18-$39. Show times: Saturday, 2 & 8 p.m.
• Completely Hollywood (abridged), by Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor with additional material by Dominic Conti. Nov. 22-Dec. 8.
Cambrian Players Community Theatre, presents their seasonal opener, Lend Me A Tenor, by Ken Ludwig, Nov. 8-10 & 14-17 at the Paramount Theatre, 8 p.m. A side-splitting comedy that will have you singing its praises! When a fiery-tempered, world famous Italian opera star comes to town, he finds himself in a compromising situation giving an unexpected star the chance of a lifetime. Confusion and utter chaos ensue as the audience is in on the ultimate game of who’s who. Passion, double entendres, mistaken identities and absolute hilarity send this award-winning farce to comedic heights! Tickets are $20 general, students & seniors are $15, available at Fireweed, Steepers, or at the door. Thurs., Nov. 8 is Preview Night at $10 & Wed., Nov. 14 is Bring a Friend Night at 2 for $20. Info: 622-6753 or visit: www.cambrianplayers.ca.
Environmental Film Network screens a new EFN film every third Wednesday of the month at the Paramount Theatre, 24 S. Court St. Visit: http://efilmnetwork.wordpress.com or email: email@example.com. Films to Inspire and Empower! Info: Deanna 475-3631.
Paramount Theatre, 24 S. Court St.
• KidzFlix, every Sunday. KidzFlix is hosted as an ongoing fundraiser for Paramount Live, a non-profit organization striving to increase the attendance to these movie screenings in order to raise funds for the installation of an access lift to the main theatre. For a full schedule, visit: paramounttheatre.ca. Admission to each screening is $5 per ticket. Full concession is available.
Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, 219 S. May St. (beside City Hall), 622-2852; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: www.nwosportshalloffame.com. Open Tues.-Sat., 12-5 p.m. Admission by donation.
• Keep the baseball fever alive by taking in an exhibit highlighting the region’s rich & proud baseball history. View artifacts dating back to the beginning of the last century including a jersey & trophy from one of the region’s earliest leagues. Learn about the contributions to the game by the women of Northwestern Ontario. Re-live the glory days of the 60s & 70s when local teams dominated senior little league in Canada and teams such as the Port Arthur Giants & Club 17 entertained fans on the local diamonds. Discover the history of our professional leagues and see ’Jack’ the mascot from the Whiskey Jacks. Learn about the history of some local stadiums & ballparks and see an original Babe Ruth autographed baseball.
Thunder Bay Military Museum, 317 Park Ave. Open Tues. & Thurs., 7-9 p.m. & Sat., 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Or call 343-5175 for tours. Admission is free and donations are appreciated. The Thunder Bay Military Museum is a Tri-Service Museum (Army, Navy & Air Force) with a mission to preserve and interpret the Military Heritage of Northwestern Ontario from its beginning to the present. This museum includes remembering not only units, but also the military persons of the area. The goal of our mission is to promote and foster an awareness of the long military heritage of Northwestern Ontario, its residents and understanding of related military history.
Thunder Bay Museum. 425 E. Donald St. Open Tuesday through Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Info: 623-0801. Adults & seniors $3; children ages 6-17, $1.50; children under 6 are free. Visit: www.thunderbaymuseum.com.
• Exhibit: The Best of Artisans’ Northwest. Until Nov. 11.
• Exhibit: Focusing on Flags. Until Nov. 11.
• PA Day Program: Dickens’ 200th Birthday, Fri., Nov. 16, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Join in for a Victorian Party. Call the Museum to register at 623-0801.
• Free Lecture: Cecilia Parker: Thunder Bay’s Hollywood Diva, by Elle Andra-Warner, Tues., Nov. 20, 7:30 p.m.
• Victorian Tea, Sun., Nov. 25, 1-5 p.m.