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Trivia Tuesdays and other things to do this week

Art projects, pop-up markets, yoga and so much more to do in the Sault

Back by popular demand, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum, in partnership with Outspoken Brewing, is hosting Trivia Tuesdays this summer starting on July 27. 

Support your local museum, spend time with friends and family, enjoy some good food and drinks, and put your general knowledge to the test with these trivia nights at the Outspoken Brewing patio at 350 Queen Street East. 

A wide range of categories will be featured including local history, sports, art, science, and geography.

“We’re really excited. We love working with the museum. We have a great relationship with them, and trivia is always really fun,” said Kaitlynn Cruickshank, events coordinator at Outspoken Brewing. 

“It will be nice to see familiar faces again. The trivia nights always have an overall really good energy of playful competition. It’s really fun,” she said.

Trivia Tuesdays will be held on July 27, Aug. 10, and Aug. 24 and will start at 6:30 p.m. and run until 8:30 p.m. The patio will open at 5 p.m. for drinks and food before trivia starts so you can sit down and relax before the night begins. Tables will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Registration is $40 per team of 4 and can be completed online while space is available. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team. 

Art X Project

July 22-23

Rolling Pictures’ second Art X Project event, called That Summer Feeling will be a live and in-person event held on July 22 and July 23 at Rolling Pictures Studio at 489 Queen Street East. The exhibition will feature Penny Gabor, Bonnie Lee Thorpe, and Amy Williams. The Art X project was created as a way to give local artists an opportunity to display their work in a public space. For this exhibition, each artist’s work will be shown in a video profile and local musician Nicholas Luck will be performing. 

Outdoor Pop-Up Market

July 25

Support local with this outdoor pop-up market on Sunday, July 25, from 11-4 in the Marconi Cultural Event Centre parking lot. There will be clothing, home decor, accessories, artwork, books and more. Masks and social distancing will be required. Confirmed vendors for the market include Little Bowtique, Made by Mak, Itsy Bitsy Bones, Crooked Hat Fibre Art, Brenton Ellis, Jess’ Stairway to Imagination, Creative Outlet Gifts, K-Bomb Bath Bombs, Corry Rideout Art, Handcrafted by Amanda Currie, Tawny Illustrations, Zoo Mobile Pet Services, Wild Man Wigwaus Tie Dye Co., Lakeside Daisy Child, Charlotte’s Princess Closet, The Aesthetic Shop, Northern Workshop, B Natural Beauty, Crow Shade, Crafts By Chels, Lee Westlake, Charm On The Ridge and more. 

Outdoor Yoga

July 26

Angela Koppens of KoppensFit will be hosting an outdoor all-level yoga class on Monday, July 26, weather permitting. The cost for the class is $8 and will be held between the two driveways at White Pines Collegiate. Please bring a mat, water and sunglasses. Questions can be emailed to

Shingwauk Residential School Virtual Site Tours

July 27

Join the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (SRSC) staff for a free virtual tour of the former Shingwauk Indian Residential School property. The tour will take you through the grounds, buildings, and the Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall exhibition, and will have time for questions at the end of the tour. Pre-registration is required.

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