First Friday, October 7th
ELECTRIC MOTION PICTURES PRESENTS THE ACE AND THE SCOUT : MOVIE MOVIE PG – PARENTAL GUIDANCE In the month leading up to Remembrance Day 2022, EMP’s new true history film The Ace and the Scout will screen at the Imperial Theatre for one night only on October 7, with shows at 6:30 pm and 9:00 pm and a runtime of 90 minutes. (PG13) Inspired by Canuck WWI flying ace Billy Bishop, two young soldiers join the front lines in August 1918. With the Allies delayed, their platoon must desperately hold out alongside legendary Anishnaabe sniper Francis Pegahmagabow. More information at: https://www.imperialtheatre.net/show/the-ace-and-the-scout-movie/
This show is a retrospective, a collection of earlier works on paper and hand-pulled etchings, lithographs and silkscreens. It highlights the beginning of Laura’s creative journey where she began to discover her artistic voice. The exhibition continues for the month of October. 214 Front St N. Open until 6:00 PM
Learn, explore and share using technology from Lambton County Library’s Makerspace. Make an autumn-themed pop-up card using the silhouette die cutter. Decorate using a variety of autumn themed coloured cut-outs. 124 Christina St. S
Cynthia Fay Live Performance at 9:30 PM, Taste of the Philippines Menu at Mercantile Foods from 5:00 PM
Cynthia Fay will be performing live music from 9:30 – 11:00 PM. Mercantile foods will feature their Taste of the Phillipines menu from 5:00 PM: Spring Rolls, Longanisa Sausages on a Bun, Pork BBQ Stick 100 Christina St N
The Power of Line and Colour Juried Exhibition Opens Prizes presented at 7 PM Doug Hacking at the Piano 6 – 9 PM This exhibition is sponsored by Bluewater Power, RBC and The Lawrence House Centre for the Arts
Music and dancing from 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. 286 Front St N
Live music from 8 to 11 170 Christina St N
20% off all domestic plants and 10% off aquatic plants. 149a Christina St N,
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To celebrate. we are featuring “Live Mannequins” in the windows from 6 to 9 pm. While you are cruising downtown Sarnia, be sure to pause at Silhouettes Boutique, 125 N. Christina Street to enjoy our ladies in the windows modelling all new Fall/winter styles and gorgeous formal wear. Be sure to get get your ballot for your chance to win a $500 gift card from Silhouettes.
“A GUITAR STRING BUSTIN’ EVENT NOT TO BE MISSED” 226 Front St N
Visit the two new exhibitions opening this First Friday: Skawennati | From Skyworld to Cyberspace Darla Fisher-Odjig | Beneath the Mask: Symbols as a Healing Phenomenon Upcoming Programs at JNAAG Art & Ideas | Free | Registration Required |7PM Art, Avatars and Outer Space with Matthew Ryan Smith | Thursday October 13 In Conversation with Darla Fisher-Odjig | Thursday October 27 Art Pod | A program designed for youth ages 10-14 with special needs Free | Registration Required | 6:30-7:30PM | Early Arrival Welcome @ 6PM Build Your Own Avatar | Thursday October 27 Printmaking with Laura Manzano Arias A
Music starts at 8:30pm Paintings and Tattoo Flash Art by Elise McDonald The Refined Fool Downtown 137 Davis St
140 Christina St N Open at 10 AM First Friday features authentic works by Breece (Bree Raws) including organite pieces, multi-media art works, black and white film photography, jewellery, and more! Including artists: Taryn Elizabeth who will be doing mini tarot readings, Forest Witchery, eclectic blend of handcrafted witchery and metaphysical wears; Artists, Rob & Abhnie with hand crafted crystal soaps, artworks & original paintings; Wild Carrot, who is Sarah Whalls with handmade, beautiful ornate jewellery and MaryAnn, vibrational medicine, reiki master, pastlife healer & reflexology!! Food and refreshments provided!