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A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on


The Scene


Upcoming Legion Market helps raise the roof
Upcoming



Events by Mikaela Kuefler Twenty vendors registered, selling "We've been thinking of doing this for a
Events



jewelry, and more. "It's a variety of
April 11 The Edson Legion held their first homemade products like honey and couple of years. It's a different way to
raise money in a way the Legion hasn't
Edson Farmers' Legion Market on April 2 to raise funds everything," said market organizer and done before," said Ziemmer.
Market Society AGM for operating costs and for roof repairs. Legion volunteer Tiffany Ziemmer.
2 pm at Edson
Friendship Centre. If
you would like to be
a vendor this season,
please attend. First
market of the 2017
season is Friday, Jayden Kennedy
April 21. and Jody Lewis
look at wrist
April 19 bands at Tiffany
Join us at the Ziemmer's table
Galloway Museum during the Legion
for this free event at Market on April 2.
7 p.m! Reel Canada
is providing a photo Mikaela
screening of a very Kuefler
Canadian film
“Score: A Hockey
Musical” as a part of
one of the world's
largest one-day film
festivals! Come down
to the Galloway for
free popcorn,
giveaways and
family-friendly
entertainment. Don't
forget to wear your
favourite hockey
jersey!

April 20
Please join us for our
free lunch at St.
Catherine's Anglican
Church (617 Main
rd
Street) 3 Thursday
of each month from The Edson Legion Market held April 1 offered a variety of tables and wares by many local and home based
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
all are welcome! businesses. photo Sonia Delorme

Family movie night Riders learn reining skills at Horsemanship Clinic
April 21
featuring The Little
Rascals at the by Deanna Mitchener Grounds Indoor Riding Arena. During the Reining clinic riders learned how
Marlboro The first day of the clinic to connect and communicate better with their
Community Hall. Yellowhead Agricultural Society held featured an Intro to Reining and horses. At the Obstacle course they learned
Come dressed in pj's a Kade Mills Horsemanship Clinic on the second day was the Obstacle how to gain their horse's trust and build
and bring a pillow March 25 and 26 at the Edson Rodeo Course. confidence for both the horse and rider.
and blanket for added Shelley Pratt-Reber with the Yellowhead
comfort. Hot Dogs, Agricultural Society, said, "Saturday's clinic
popcorn, drinks, and covered basic reining maneuvers including
other light snacks
will be provided. control of body, feet and straightness. Sunday's
Registration is clinic was a fun day of introducing our mounts
required. To sign up, to various obstacles and gaining confidence
please call (780)325- and trust between horse and rider. Kade is a
3782. Clinician/Trainer based out of Sundre Alberta,
who has come to share some of his expertise
April 21 - 22 with us."
The annual 2017 Kade Mills said, "Horse training has always
Trade Show takes been a very important part of my life. I began
place on Friday April homeschooling when I was 15 in order to train
21st from 1PM until full time with my dad. Since then I have
9PM and Saturday trained all over Canada, the US and in
April 22nd 10AM Europe."
until 5PM at Repsol Yellowhead Agricultural Society hosts many
Place. Go to
www.edsonchamber.c different clinics to offer a variety skills and
om upcoming events Christine Davis, Schafawn Davis, Reegan MacRae, Darla Undiks, Tori learning opportunities. A special thanks went
for further details. Hellenson, Charlsie Frattinger, Krystal Tuftin, Kaylie Abbott, Kade to the many volunteers that help keep these
See Classified Page for Mills, Kailee Cyr and Lindsey Ford during the Horsemanship Clinic that programs running.
monthly meetings was hosted by the Yellowhead Agricultural Society on March 25 and
and activities 26. photo submitted
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