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Drop by Vale Night with the Norman Northstars on Oct 27. Doors open at 5:30pm for an evening with skating, music and more.
Drop by the Thompson Festival of the Arts AGM on October 22nd at 7pm at the School Board Office.
Support the Ten Thousand Villages sale at 52 Caribou Road on Nov 14-17, hours are Wed-Fri from 2-8 and Sat from 10-2.
Drop off your Halloween style blackout poetry at the Thompson Public Library during October to have it displayed.
Pick up a bookmark template to enter the kids bookmark design contest at the Thompson Public Library between October 1-29. Grades K-8 can enter.
Visit the CWL Christmas Craft Fair on November 17 from 10-3 at the St. Lawrence Hall on Cree Road.
The Thompson Local News


Thompson Bus has announced what their schedule will look like when they start limited service as of September 1st.

 

They plan on operating passenger and freight service from Thompson to Cross Lake, Gillam and Winnipeg.

 

The Thompson to Winnipeg route will operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with buses leaving Thompson at 10:00pm and arriving in Winnipeg around 7:00am the next morning.

 

Stops along the way will include Wabowden, Ponton, Grand Rapids and Ashern.

 

The Winnipeg to Thompson route will also operate every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with buses leaving Winnipeg at 10:45pm and arriving in Thompson around 8:00am the next morning.

 

A one-way ticket to Winnipeg will cost $132.74, a trip to Gillam will cost $57.52 while a ticket to Cross Lake will set you back $44.25.

 

Thompson Bus says that there will be 30 seats available on each bus, a number that will be evaluated for use in the full service phase currently scheduled to start in November.

 

The local start-up says that their goals for this month, before they launch three weeks tomorrow, include obtaining the required documents to operate and the hiring of local staff. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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