Thunder Bay’s Jam-Packed Day: From Market Mornings to Theater Nights, Entertainment for All!

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Get set for decorating for Christmas - Pop up Market on Saturday December 2nd at The Hub on Victoria Avenue in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – Get ready for the weekend! Thunder Bay’s cultural scene is alive with a variety of events today, starting in the morning.

Once evening hits, Saturday night the Parade of Lights will make its way down The Harbour Expressway and Memorial Avenue starting at about 7:00 pm. Bundle up and enjoy this one with the family. There is the Sensory Zone on Fort William Road behind Fat Boy’s Auto Parts along the roadway. This area is quieter for those whose children might not like it as noisy!

Early risers can explore the Thunder Bay Country Market at the Canadian Lakehead Exhibition – Dove Building starting at 8:00 am, offering a diverse range of local products.

At 10:00 am, the Thunder Bay Public Library hosts “Northern Nature Trading,” providing an opportunity for nature enthusiasts to exchange treasures.

Enjoying downtown F-Dub, the Hub is hosting a Peddlar’s Pop-up Market that starts at 11am and goes to 4pm. Stop in and check out some engaging crafts and products as well as checking out “The Red Bicycle” for furniture and antiques!

Families can enjoy a magical afternoon with “All The Daze Productions Presents The Lion King Jr.” at Thunder Bay Community Auditorium at 3:00 pm.

In the evening, the Paramount Theatre presents “The Prom” at 7:00 pm, promising an evening of theatrical delight. Comedy enthusiasts can head to Crickets Comedy Club at 7:00 pm for a night of laughter featuring Clayton Stewart and Nelson Mayer.

At the same time, the city will be adorned in lights with the “Parade of Lights,” adding a festive touch to the evening.

Meanwhile, “AFTERDARK – Featuring The Music Of Taylor Swift – SECOND SHOW” offers a musical experience at 7:00 pm.

Cambrian Players presents “A Christmas Carol” virtually at 7:30 pm, followed by “Afterdark: Taylor Swift – Night Two” at Industry at the same time.

Music lovers can catch the debut show of “Good Call” with Mother of Wolves, Outlaw, and VHS at Black Pirates Pub at 9:00 pm.

Karaoke enthusiasts have options at The Alley and The Bar at 10:00 pm, promising a night of musical fun.

For those seeking a different vibe, Atmos presents a “SHREK RAVE” at 10:00 pm, while Norteños Cantina hosts an “Island Party ft DJ Big D.”

Thunder Bay is buzzing with events, offering a diverse range of entertainment for all tastes.

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