Roberta Bondar Pavillion
The Pavilion on Foster Drive will be the site for the Music Stage, Kids Fringe, Art in the Park n’ Lot, Youth Odena Box Fort, Busking, Beer Tent, Art Battle and Northern Ontario Book Fair
Location: 617 Queen Street East (corner of Queen and Brock).
The historical Windsor Park Hotel will host all the Fringe North theatre productions for 2018. There are two theatre spaces set up, one in the Lobby and one in the Imperial Ballroom. These spaces seat 70 and 80, respectively.
This venue is an official Art Crawl location.
** PLEASE NOTE ** Box Office and Public Entrances to BOTH venues will be found at the rear of the building. Parking is available in the back parking lot, accessed off of Bay Street.
Both venues are handicapped-accessible.
Windsor Park venues sponsored by SooToday
Museum Ship Norgoma
Location: 101 Foster Drive
Children will be able to visit the MS Norgoma in their costume to have their picture taken on the ship, meet a mermaid and a pirate.
Sault Ste. Marie Museum
Location: 690 Queen Street East (corner Queen and East)
Alice in Wonderland – deconstructed and Stories and Creation with author Joanne Robertson will be staged at the Museum
James L. McIntyre Centennial Library
Location: 50 East Street
As part of the free Kids Fringe, the library will host Story Telling with Grup
Ermatinger Clergue Heritage Discovery Centre
Location: 800 Bay Street
Stage for the Moments in Algoma theatre production.
Art Crawl Artists and Venues
- Katie Huckson at the MS Norgoma
- Leta Dear at the Museum
- Rutger Be
- cker at the Downtown Association
- Darren Emond at the Sault Ste Marie Public Library
- Janine Chartier at the John Howard Society
- Brenna Tomas at the Windsor Park
- Russell Raven at Canadian Border Services
- 180 projects on Gore Street (180 Gore Street) will be showing multiple artists