New signage for the Azilda Dog Park

The City of Greater Sudbury made it easier to find the Azilda Dog Park.  Look for these yellow signs along MR 15!  The paint and dogs look great on the old field house too.

Azilda Dog Park

Location: 3878 Municipal Rd. 15 in Azilda

Hours: Open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Features:

  • One fenced enclosure for small dogs (less than 25 lbs and less than 15 inches tall from the shoulder)
  • One fenced enclosure for large dogs (25 plus lbs or over 15 inches tall from the shoulder)
  • Each enclosure has a double-gated entry/exit for safety
  • Garbage bins and portable washrooms

Movie Screening – What Lies Upstream

Looking for something to do this weekend?

Interested in protecting drinking water?

You might like to see WHAT LIES UPSTREAM, a hard hitting investigative documentary on the failure to protect America’s drinking water.

It screens Friday, Nov. 10, noon at the Downtown Movie Lounge (in the Rainbow Centre Mall, downtown on Elm Street),

Saturday, Nov. 11, 12:30 at the Open Studio, and

Sunday, Nov. 12, 3pm at the Open Studio (93 Cedar St., downtown).

The Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance’s our own Linda Heron will lead a community discussion after the Friday screening
For More information contact the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance:

gswalliance@gmail.com

Halloween 2017 in Azilda

The Azilda CAN is proud to participate in these events for the Kids on Halloween.   Special thanks to all who worked hard to organise Operation Pumpkin Patrol, Safe Kids Halloween and the Pumpkin Parade.

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“Operation Pumpkin Patrol” sponsored by Chartrand’s Your Independent Grocer in Chelmsford and the Azilda Community Action Network (CAN). Greater Sudbury Police, Fire, Citizens on Patrol and Ministry of Natural Resources Vehicles will hit the streets of Azilda and distribute candy to trick or treaters between 6:00 and 8:00 pm.

“Kids Safe Halloween” takes place at the Edgar Alan Leclair Centre (AKA the Azilda Arena). Staring at 5:30 pm, local groups and businesses distribute candy and the kids can enjoy a Haunted House. This is a wonderful Trick or Treat opportunity, all indoors and out of the cold!

While at the Arena you can check out the entries in the Azilda CAN’s Pumpkin Parade – Children’s Pumpkin Carving Contest and vote for your favourite! Entries were to be dropped off between 4:30 and 5:00 PM at the Edgar Alan Leclair Centre. First place was a $75 gift certificate for Mastermind Toys, with second and third place receiving $50 and $25 gift certificates.  Chanelle was this years winner with the Hamburger Pumpkin!