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Oktoberfest with OutSpoken Brewing a sold-out success

Oktoberfest, originated in October of 1810 in Germany
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This Friday, OutSpoken Brewing along with the Canal District is having their first ever Oktoberfest event. There will be beer, pretzels, and of course, lederhosen. 

The sold-out event will be held under the roof at the Rink at The Train Station on Oct. 15 from 4 p.m. until midnight. 

“We’ve been wanting to have an event like this for a while now, so we’re excited,” said Kaitlynn Cruickshank, events coordinator at OutSpoken Brewing. 

“It should be a lot of fun for everyone, especially during times like these,” she said. 

Oktoberfest, which originated in October of 1810, is held annually in Munich, Germany, with over 6 million attendees each year. Many western cities hold Oktoberfest events modeled after the German version for a chance to get together with friends for some food, drinks and celebration.  

Auditions for A Christmas Story 

Oct. 16

Open auditions will be held for Algoma Repertory Theatre’s production of A Christmas Story on Saturday, Oct. 16 in the Old Union Hall. Actors aged 12-17 are invited to audition from noon to 2 p.m., and adult actors are welcome from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The play is set to run from Dec. 16-19.

Bushplane Kids Club

Oct. 17

The Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre is hosting their first Bushplane Kids Club this Sunday from 2-4 p.m. There will be crafts, activities, and special guests. Kids can also check out the museum’s new exhibit from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum called Ace Academy: Flight Experience, where they can fly a First World War plane with motion sensing technology. The kids club is free for members, and $3 for general admission. Proof of vaccination will be required to join. 

Employment Solutions Youth Job Connection Mentorship Program

Oct. 18

Employment Solutions is holding an online mentorship program for local youth beginning on Oct. 18. Youth will receive 60 hours of paid training, a job placement, and certificates such as WHMIS, Worker’s Health and Safety and Smart Serve and Safe Food Handling. To be eligible for the program, participants must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, 15-29 years of age, and not working or enrolled in school. To apply, you can text “YJC” to 705-541-8489 or send an email to webinquiryss@saultcollege.ca

Buckcherry Live in Concert

Oct. 19

Rock band Buckcherry is coming to Sault Ste. Marie to perform at Soo Blasters on Tuesday, Oct. 19 presented by The Diamond Mine Agency and Rock 101. Doors will open at 7 p.m., with the concert starting at 8 p.m. Enjoy singing along to hits such as Lit Up and Sorry with your friends. Tickets are $39.99 each and can be purchased online. All attendees will need to show proof of vaccination.

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