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Boo in the Soo 2020

  • Guido’s is known as “The Savory Sauce Boss,” offering two varieties- spicy fire roasted or original. The most popular items on the menu include “The Big G”– a 16″x16,” 16 piece deep dish pizza — and “Da Boss” -Guido’s own version of a Chicago style pizza. Jalapeno popper bread is most recent addition to the menu, with Stromboli, pasta, hot subs, salads and mozzarella bread is a wonderful complement.

The entire Wicked Sister Crew and I are excited to say “Hello!” to our guests again – both our regulars and first timers – We have missed you! It is my pleasure to say, “Welcome back to The Wicked Sister where you’ll be treated like family – from an appropriate social distance – whether you like it or not!”

Location and Special Event Information

Chi Mukwa Community Center

The Big Bear is owned and operated by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and was opened September 27, 1996. The facility was named “Chi Mukwa,” which is Ojibwe for Big Bear. The 150,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art recreational facility is one of Northern Michigan’s largest sports and fitness venues The recreational facility is also home to the All-In-One Fitness Club, which is the largest fitness center in the city. This facility is very impressive.

Pullar Stadium

The Detroit Red Wings greats such as Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Sid Able and Alex Delvechio skated at the Pullar Stadium. The Pullar Stadium was completed in December of 1939, at a cost of $181,000.00. The stadium was considered “state of the art”at that time. The project was made possible by a bequest of $70,000.00 in the will of Sophie Nolte Pullar. Home of the Soo Indians Jr team, The Pullar, after all these years, has amazing ice. This building is a very important part of Michigan's History.

Taffy Abel Arena

The Taffy Abel Arena is a 4,000 seat hockey arena with an ice surface of 200’ by 85, that is used in a variety of ways at Lake Superior State University. In addition from being home to the Laker Hockey team, the arena hosts youth hockey games and practices, LSSU classes, community events, graduation and summer camps. Taffy Abel was established in 1976, is the primer place for hockey in Sault Ste Marie. In 1995, the arena was renovated to its current size which happened after Laker Hockey won their fifth National Championship. It was named after American ice hockey player Clarence “Taffy” Abel who was born in Sault Ste. Marie. It is the only on-campus hockey arena in the United States which has a seating capacity greater than the enrollment of the school for which it's used.