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Upcoming Events

Date: August 15, 2017

ON THE EDGE fringe festival

This year’s dates are: August 15 to 19, 2017

For details – please CLICK HERE to visit their website.

Date: August 16, 2017

5-Minute Urban Dances throughout North Bay and area

5-Minute Urban Dances throughout North Bay and Area

World renowned Dance Company GADFLY will perform 5-minute dances and interactive workshops in public places throughout North Bay and surrounding areas during August 16-19.

SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1…

5-Minute Urban Dances throughout North Bay and Area

World renowned Dance Company GADFLY will perform 5-minute dances and interactive workshops in public places throughout North Bay and surrounding areas during August 16-19.

SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16

11:00 am Discovery North Bay, Oak Street, North Bay

2:00 pm YMCA Daycamp (closed to general public)

5:45 pm North Bay Government Dock

THURSDAY AUGUST 17

11:00 am Camp Tillicum, Callander (closed to general public)

2:00 pm Powassan Library, 324 Clark Street, Powassan

3:30 pm Centennial Park, Callander Waterfront, Callander

6:00 pm Ladies’ Night, Pinewood Park Golf Course, North Bay

FRIDAY AUGUST 18

Noon Capitol Centre (Main St. entrance), 150 Main Street East, North Bay

2:30 pm Waterfront  Beach, Memorial Park Drive, North Bay

6:15 pm North Bay Mall, Lakeshore Drive, North Bay

SATURDAY AUGUST 19

11:00 am Discovery North Bay, Oak Street, North Bay

1:00 pm Downtown Buskers’  Stage, Pedestrian Underpass & Memorial Drive

8:45 pm Capitol Centre – Fringe Festival – 150 Main Street East, North Bay

Funded through the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) and delivered by your Capitol Centre, GADFLY will take dance to the people, and present in places where we do not usually experience dance.

As part of the 4th Annual On The Edge Fringe Festival, GADFLY brings added value by performing at 12 locations during their 4-day residency in North Bay, prior to the Festival’s closing
performance at 8:45 pm on Saturday August 19 at the Capitol Centre.

This OAC funding under the OntarioDances Program, now into its eighth year, is to promote dance by building on existing audiences while creating new audiences. Each of the scheduled pop-up dances will be streamed live, and through social media, will be shared and enjoyed by an unlimited audience.

In addition, local Dancers of Global Groove have choreographed a piece and will perform Saturday August 19 at the waterfront.

“We are definitely taking dance to the people this time – not so much trying to bring the people to dance”, states Bernard Penney, OntarioDances animateur.

Date: August 19, 2017 8:30 am

North Bay Farmers Market

Every Saturday in Lot #10 behind the transit terminal, corner of Wyld and Oak Streets.

From 8:30 am to 1:00 pm until Thanksgiving Weekend.  Final day Saturday, October 7, 2017

CLICK HERE for more information

Date: August 23, 2017 10:00 am

North Bay Farmers Market

Every Wednesday until Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm in front of Discovery North Bay on the cobblestones.

CLICK HERE for more information.

Date: August 24, 2017 4:30 pm

Business After Hours

Join us for Business After Hours – members and their employees welcome!
Hosted by Degagne Carpentry  from 4:30 to 7:00 pm, 452 Quae Quae Rd.,  Corbeil, ON. Don’t forget your business cards to hand out at this networking social.

Tourism Information

Welcome to the City of North Bay!

North Bay is a vibrant city of 56,000 people, nestled between Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake. This growing city is conveniently located just three and a half hours from centres such as Toronto and Ottawa.

Please download our “Things to See & Do” Booklet to help you plan your stay.

Also check out the website for Tourism North Bay

Please choose from the following links for more information on North Bay and its surrounding communities…

Welcome to the City of North Bay. The three L’s are important when dealing with real estate and Location, Location, Location sums up the advantages offered by our Gateway City .

We are situated at the junction of Highway 17 and 11. We are at the junction of the three railroads: CPR, CNR and ONR; and we also have one of the largest airports in Canada thanks to our military ties to North American Air Defense Command.

North Bay is situated between picturesque Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake. We are a full four seasons community boasting skiing and snowmobiling in the winter months, hiking and garden tours in the summer, fall colour tours and hunting, and of course fishing all year round.

Our recently refurbished Downtown is proudly anchored by the Capitol Center; an 1100 seat theatre and art gallery. Neighboring the downtown is our beautiful Lake Nipissing waterfront. Walk along the boardwalk, anchor your boat in the 350-slip marina, or take a cruise on the Chief Commanda. The Waterfront Park is also the home of the annual Summer in the Park and North Rocks the Bay. On the August Holiday weekend our population doubles for this wonderful family event.

Academically we are home to Nipissing University and Canadore College. With their own natural pond, waterfall and miles of hiking trails, these two facilities co-exist on one of the most beautiful campuses found anywhere.

Whether just visiting or looking to relocate it’s easy to see why our motto is…
Just north enough to be perfect!

 Address
205  Main St. East, North Bay, ON

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 9am – 4pm