THUNDER BAY – The summer of 2020 might end up in the books as the summer of non-summer. With so many of the popular events and facilities not open, except for virtual music concerts, many are left looking for things to do.
The “Staycation” has become an idea many people have embraced.
There are also lots of great ideas for activities for families and for couples.
While you can’t go swimming this summer at Boulevard Lake, the walkway, and of course the Mini-Putt is open. With the announcement that Boulevard Lake is closed, you can still enjoy the area.
Challenge your family members to a fun round of mini-putt at Aly’s Mini Putt. Kevin Patrick tells NetNewsLedger that he welcomes guests to come and have fun. Players can come in, pay and play all day.
Grab a Cold One with the Kids! Ice Cream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
When is the last time you popped by Merla Mae for a great tasty cone?
This popular spot on Memorial Avenue is ready for you and the family!
Bay Village Coffee offers some simply amazing lemonade! Gary James Mack and his amazing team are serving up what is arguably the best lemonade in Thunder Bay!
Don’t believe me? Go try some!
Jamie and the team at Joey’s Only Seafood on Arthur Street have put together what is arguably the best outdoor patio at a restaurant in the city.
Put that together with their Molson Canadian Beer Batter fish with a side of incredible fries, and you are set.
Get your legs and lungs in shape?
Remember the early days of COVID-19? It seemed everyone was busy baking up every tasty treat possible. Flour, yeast, and baking powder were almost impossible to find.
Well, now it is time to wear off the added pounds all that tasty food put on. The “COVID-Belly” isn’t what you want to remember from the pandemic, is it?
Ian Cameron over at Community Spokes, located in The Hub Bazaar is ready to help. From fixing up your current bike to offering fair prices on used bikes, Ian is the man.
When you stop by The Hub Bazaar, you can browse The Red Bicycle for some fantastic furniture, grab a snack at Wild Thyme and take a breather with some no-pressure time shopping. Just remember to bring a mask, The Hub is practicing COVID-19 Safety to protect you.
There are many people clearing out the long overdue “clutter” from their basements, storage sheds, and seeking a newer and less cluttered life.
Your donations can be dropped off at Salvation Army locations across the city. There your contributions help raise funds that are reinvested right here in our city.
The Sally Ann is giving hope today.
What ideas do you have? These are just a few for now.