Downtown: Anthony Chezzi at Taco Sol, Raymonde Beland at Kuppajo Espresso Bar, Evelyn Eekels at Good Luck General Store, Jessica Joly at The Candy Store, Art and handmade goods by Tracy Baker of Yellow House at 149 Durham, Gillian Schultze and Jessica McShane at 174 Elgin Studio, Brigette Labby at the Cedar Nest Cafe, Debra Ireland at Da Capo Cafe and Lounge, Latitude 46 Publishing & author Adam Mardero's book launch at Knowhere Public House, Sheryl Boivin at Huckberries Chocolatiers, Kaarina Lee at All About Massage Day Spa, Brigette Bere at Querney's Office Plus, Jan Browning at Jan Browning Boutique, Monique Legault's illustrated books at Bay Used Books, Paulette Stewart at Studio 35 Fashions, Mimi Ho at Laughing Buddha, Michelle Gervais at Victoria's Custom Framing and Stitchery, Monique Legault at A. Kaiser Photography, Stephanie Lehoullier the Alibi Room, Lori Wall at Sudbury Paint and Custom Framing, Victoria Elizabeth & Marc S. Gagne at the Monique Legault Studio, Carmen Martorella at Respect is Burning Supperclub

Donovan & North End: Tarun Godara at Tuco's Taco Lounge, Victoria Ecker at Beards Coffee Shop and Bakery, TNO play screening and Don Johnston at Sudbury Indie Cinema, Helen Townend at Nickel Refillery, Linda Cartier at Northern Essentials Salt Cave

New Sudbury: Ruth Wallace at Paris Natural Foods, Oryst Sawchuk at R Little Secret Fashions

South End: Reshma Nair at B Creative Framing & Art Supplies, Ruth Wallace & Carman Fielding at Barrydowne Paints, Anthony Chezzi at Nickel City Cheese, Sheryl Boivin at the Backyard Birder

Lively: Suzanne Laframboise at Forget Me Not Flowers, Lumen Jefferson at Fashion Fair, Kerry Mitchell at Sportify Custom Apparel 

Note: Most venues are displaying works in their windowfronts however, some pieces can be viewed inside venues



10-11:30 a.m.: Paint canvas shoes with funky designs - workshop for children at DYI Craftery on Elm Street

$15 for a first child. $5 for each additional family child. Book a space through DIY Craftery workshops. Bring your own shoes.


12-1 p.m.: Guitarist Jamie Dupuis entertains at The Laughing Buddha. Jamie is an award-winning guitarist/composer best known for his complex fingerstyle technique, energetic performances, and arrangements on both the guitar and harp guitar.


12-1 p.m.: The Young Sudbury Singers fill the air with joy outside the YMCA on Durham Street. 


12:30-1:30 p.m.: Enjoy Zach Clement on the keyboard while having lunch or a snack at The Cedar Nest. 


1-3 p.m.: It's a book launch! Latitude 46 presents Sudbury writer Adam Mardero and his new book, Uncommon Sense chronicling his journey with Aspergers. At Knowhere Public House next to Bay Used Books at 130 Elm Street. Book signing with purchase.


1-2 p.m.: Busking with Sudbury Secondary student vocalist Karly Thornton and her trombone transports everyone to Basin Street. Durham Street at Larch.


2-3 p.m.: Sudbury Secondary vocalist Raija Walli and guitarist Andrew Arth demonstrate top teen talent on Durham Street outside the YMCA.


2-3:30 p.m.: Teens are invited to paint their own used canvas shoes, or new ones, to create talk-of-the-school treads. Google DIY Craftery/Workshops on Elm Street to register and transform used footwear. $15 includes all paints and add-ons. $5 for a second family member.


3-4 p.m.: Ryan Manahan and his guitar stop traffic at the corner of Durham and Larch Streets.

3:30:4:30 p.m.: Keyboardist Dominic Eekels is worth a stop in front of the YMCA. Dominic is another talented student from the Sudbury Secondary Arts Education program.


4-5 p.m.: If you recognize Jude Alexander, it's probably from YES Theatre's recent Grotto shows. Enjoy a beverage and Jude at the Alibi room on Durham Street from 4:00 to 5:00


4:30-6 pm.: The Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario is proud to hit the road again and journey to the heart of the Nevada Desert and the Great Middlegate Shoe Tree with JACK! (with English subtitles.) Written by the TNO’s Artistic Director Marie-Pierre Proulx, JACK stars local legends Jean Marc Dalpé and France Huot on the big screen at Sudbury Indie cinema! ($10 charge. Advance tickets are available through Indie Cinema ticketing. Rush tickets at the door.)


5-6 p.m.: The Alibi Room welcomes the talented duo Tessa Gooden-Balaz and Petr Balaz who perform songs from their album Fool Love including the single Honesty that became a modern Canadian music industry love story in the making. Both artists performed in YES Theatre's Grotto festival.