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

The Scene





Upcoming Events
April 22
Community Consultations that Rock: Do you need input from stakeholders? Need to involve your
community in decision-making? Need to know where to start? Join us as we show you a 10 step process Upcoming Events
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on and some practical tools to make your public consultations rock! From 1pm-2:30pm at the Edson Adult
Learning Centre. Cost is $15. For more info contact the Edson and District Community Learning at
780-723-6247.
The Scene April 23-25 April 11
Double Feature Spring Production, “In the Restroom at Rosenbloom's” at the Red Brick Theatre.
Last Jamboree for the season at the Fulham Hall from
Tickets available at the Red Brick.
2pm-6pm
May 9
Early Childhood Matters presents: The “Ooey Gooey Lady”. Fun hands on learning for parents and April 11 & 12
Babysitting course for all aspiring babysitters aged 11
anyone working with small children, 9am -12pm or 1:30pm – 4:30pm at the Edson & District and up. Course is at the Boys and Girls Club of Edson
Recreation Complex. Tickets can be purchased at Galloway Station Museum, Thymes Two, Jensen's please call 780-723-7240 for more details and to
Lifestlye Clothing. register.
June 6 April 11
Ride – A – Thon at Brightwood Ranch near Entwistle. Ride your horse or ours. Help send Green Grove Senior Annual Spring Garage Sale from
underprivileged kids to camp. To donate or for info on riding contact the ranch at 780-727-3840. 10am-4pm at the MacKay Hall. To rent tables or to
donate items call Karen at 780-795-2462. Lunch will
be served plus donuts.

April 12 &26, May 10&24
Non – Denominational Gospel Services will be held at
3:30pm at the Edson Lions Hall (4139-3ave). All
welcome. Call 780-935-2706 for more info.

April 14
Armchair Traveler – Africa: Join Sarah and Jesse as
they share their travel stories and photos of their two
month adventure through South Africa, Botswana and
Namibia all day at the Edson & District Public Library.
Cost is free, contact Melissa at 780-723-6691 for more
info. The cast of The Bomb-itty of Errors played at the Red Brick Theatre as the final Picks of the Fringe
series presented by Chautauqua, Edson Arts Council. Pictured here clockwise from the left are: Byron
April 14 Martin, KazMega, Khiry Tafari, and Don Welsh. Photo Adrienne Tait
Edson Cycling Association AGM at 6:30pm. We will
be discussing our society and the Edson Willmore Park
trail development project. Memberships will be
available. Meeting will take place at the Edson FCSS Fast paced Bomb-itty of Errors at Chautauqua
Family Center (lower level of the Red Brick use West
entrance).
By Adrienne Tait had been together since the beginning actor Byron
April 14 Martin only joined the cast a month ago.
Backyard Composting seminar from 8:00pm-9:30pm: Chautauqua's final Picks of the Fringe performance Set to a beat with Scott Argue, “DJ Baggylean” at
Learn how easy it is to start and maintain a backyard “The Bomb-itty of Errors” played at the Red Brick the turn table, the dj said he thought about trying to
compost bin. Get tips and solutions for some of the Theatre on Wednesday evening.
problems that can arise as well. Free seminar but must update the beats as the play came with a set list, but
pre register. Contact the Edson and District Community Theatre Alberta's Aaron Talbot said, “The audience the short preparation window did not allow enough
Learning 780-723-6247. here [in Edson] is legendary. We hear stories all time to rework and create an original score.
across Alberta.” While the Bomb-itty of Errors was the last show of
April 16 The off-Broadway hit show received a number of this season's Picks of the fringe, the popularity of the
Join Kate's Kitchen for a Free Lunch at St. Catherines's awards and since becoming available for licencing series has inspired Chautauqua to continue the series
Anglican Church, 617 Main Street from 11:30 – 1pm. has been performed by theatre groups around the
All Welcome world, the latest of which is the Edmonton Actors into a second season. Chautauqua representative
Doug Woodhouse announced, prior to Wednesday
April 16 Theatre. evening's performance, that the third McCrackin
Holy Redeemer's Art Show-Holy Redeemer's annual A sort of Slim Shady-meets-Shakespeare, the installment is scheduled for September, Off-Book:
spring Art Show will feature over 100 pieces of Bomb-itty of Errors combines hip hop performances The improvised Musical for November, and
original artwork from students in grades 7-12 from by some of Edmonton's best rap artists with the Shangri-La in February 2016.
6:30pm-9:00pm. Free event, contact Sandy Fedorak at poetry from Shakespeare's “Comedy of Errors.” The final Chautauqua musical series performance
780-723-7437 for more info. The fast pace is the most challenging part of the for the season is scheduled for Thursday, April 16.
production said performer Don Welsh. “It's so fast – However, back by popular demand and as a special
April 17
Free MDS Dessert Evening at 7pm at the Edson even the costume changes. The fact that it is done to presentation for Chuatauqua Jake's Gift is making a
Mennonite Church. Stories of hope inspired through a beat means it's unforgiving…. Everything has to return appearance in Edson on April 26. Tickets for
volunteers with Mennonite Disaster Services. For more rhyme and you can't miss a beat.” the one person show are available at Thymes Two.
info call 780-723-3998 While to the audience it seemed as though the cast

April 17
Edson's Farmers Market opens at the Edson Friendship
rd
Centre (5023 – 3 Ave) from 10:30am – 2pm. If you
want to book a table or for more info call Lorrie at 780-
723-3480
April 18
Jesse James Youth Rodeo, 1 pm at the Yellowhead Ag
Society Arena at the Edson Rodeo Grounds. For more
info see FB upcoming events: Jesse James Memorial
Rodeo 2015
April 18
Spring Floral Centerpiece: Join Launa from the
amazing Trendy Twigs to create a lovely spring
centerpiece from 2pm-4:30pm at the Edson and District
Community Learning Centre. Cost is $75. For more
info contact the Edson and District Community
Learning at 780-723-6247.

April 19 ,May 3 & 17
Non-Denominational Gospel Services well be held at
2:30pm at the Ravine Community Hall (8.5km &
6.5km west of Wildwood) All Welcome for more info
call 780-735-2706.
April 21
Alison Kilgannon will be performing Tuesday, April
21, 7 p.m. at the Edson Peers Christian Reformed
th
Church, 4633 7 Avenue. Featuring romantic love
songs, Canadian and French music, and a taste of
Hungarian folk tunes, all for the piano. A silver
collection will be accepted at the door.
The “Ad-rap-tation” of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, the Bomb-itty of Errors, blended hip hop and
See Classified Page for
monthly meetings and activities rap with the poetry of Shakespeare for the final Picks of the Fringe performamce of the season.
Photo Adrienne Tait
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