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

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

April 4 to May 6
The Red Brick Arts
Centre and Museum
will be hosting the 3
annual Spring Print
Exhibition presented
by the Edson
Photography Club.
Come to the Red
Brick, Monday to
Friday, 9 am to 4:30
p.m. 4818 7 Avenue.
April 29, 30 & May 1
The Edson Craft Centre and the Edson Creative Art Society will hold its Spring Palette and Pottery April 21
Exhibition & Sale at the Edson Public Library Foyer on Friday, April 29 from 7 to 9 pm, Saturday, Kate's Kitchen is
April 30 from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, May 1 from Noon to 4 pm. Come and enjoy an extensive holding their monthly
selection of art and pottery by local artisans. free lunch at St.
Catherine's Anglican
April 30 Church, 617 Main
MacKay Green Grove Seniors, MacKay Hall, April 30 from 10 am to 3 pm. Having a sale of donated Street from 11:30 am
items, crafts and baked goods. If you have items you would like to donate contact Karen 780-795- to 1 pm. All are
2462 or Jackie 780-795-2418. Lunch will be available hot dogs, hamburgers, soup and buns, pop, welcome.
coffee, etc. We will be making our famous homemade donuts.
April 22
Spring Family Dance
at the Fulham Hall
from 6-10 pm.
Hamburgers and hot
dogs for purchase.
Door prizes to be held.
For more information
call Deanna 780-693-
0153. Crooner David Myles was the final performance in Cahutauqua’s 2016 season. Myles (center) was joined by bandmates Allan
Jeffries (left) and Kyle Cunjak (right). photo Adrienne Tait
April 22 & 23
Double Feature
Theatre presents Mrs.
Brown's Boys at the
Tickets available at
The Red Brick or The
Weekly Anchor
Safety Store and
More. Intended for by Adrienne Tait Weekly Anchor
mature audiences
only. The final performance of the 2016 Chautauqua
Spring Scavenger Hunt
season took place at the Hatlen Theater of the Red THIS WEEK’S FEATURE Spring Scavenger Hunt
April 23 Brick Arts Centre on Thursday, April 7.
Edson Friends for Life Myles was born in Fredericton, Nova Scotia but
banquet, 6 p.m. at currently resides and works out of Halifax, Nova at at
Sacred Heart Parish Scotia. Mint Homes Ltd.
Kinsmen Park
Hall. Tickets from The Canadian singer/songwriter defies Kinsmen Park
Sacred Heart office, categorization as he crosses musical genres from
phone 780-628-3329.
May 28, 2016
doo-wop to hip hop. Myles told audience members
his music has been influenced by artists such as May 28, 2016
April 23
Fulham Community Elvis, Miles Davis, and Roger Miller.
Center is hosting a His collaborative work with Canadian hip hop We have changed the date in order to have some warmer weather.
garage sale from 10 artist and producer Classified earned Myles his first
am to 4 pm. For more Juno award in 2013 for their song “Inner Ninja”
Melissa’s Bouncy House Fun,
information contact which was the "Rap Recording of the Year." The Melissa’s Bouncy House Fun,
Penny at 780-693- song went quadruple platinum and became the
2118. biggest selling hip hop single in Canada.
Captain Red, Spray Park Fun,
The collaborative effort was so successful the Captain Red, Spray Park Fun,
April 26 artists went on to work together to write and produce
Hot Dogs, Popcorn,
Carrot Creek on Myles' newly released album “Here Now.” Hot Dogs, Popcorn,
Community Audience members were treated to a couple of tracks
Association Annual
Juice, Face Painting,
General Meeting, from the album which was released the next day. This home plan has it all! Enter your new home from the front and you begin to see why Juice, Face Painting,
April 26 at 7 p.m. at Myles' song “So Blind” also gained popularity this is such a nice layout. The large foyer area has a closet and through double french
Carrot Creek Hall. with mainstream audiences and made its way onto doors is a flex room. This room could be a bedroom, den or a studio. Proceed into the Colouring...
For more information music charts. kitchen area which is open to the dining & great room. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry
Fun for the whole family!
call Donna at 780- The crooner's wit and humour shone through as he and an angled working island with a lunch bar. Off the dining area is a double garden door Fun for the whole family!
795-2398 evenings entertained with background stories of his songs and leading to the covered rear deck. There is a two-way gas fireplace set on an angle
before 9 p.m. some self-deprecating humour “as a tall skinny guy between the dining room & great room for those cool winter days. The stairwell to the
basement is open with railings. Just off the front foyer is the mudroom/laundry room.
with glasses” who appeared in a rap video. Myles There is closet and a place for coat hooks and shoes. From here you can enter the 3-car Accepting Donations for the Food Bank...cepting Donations for the Food Bank...
April 27 also described growing up in a family where higher garage. Continuing down the hallway there is a nice sized bedroom next to a 3-piece
The Wildwood education was valued and being a musician with bathroom with a linen closet. A large linen closet is also located next to the master
Seniors are holding three older brothers who all hold doctorates. (Myles bedroom. Here you will find a large walk-in closet and a 4-piece ensuite. The basement is If you would like to help sponsor contact Sue-Ann at 780-723-5787.
their Spring Supper at himself has a degree in political science.) The undeveloped except for the mechanical room. This plan would work well in town or on an
5 p.m. at the Seniors. acreage. 2011562
Everyone is welcome. promise was made to his father that Myles would
For more information wear a suit to all of his shows. A promise he said he FREE
phone Jean at 780- has kept even in +35 degree weather. Member of National Home Warranty Program
325-2391 or Anna at Myles was joined on stage with guitarist Alan
325-2425. Jeffries and stand-up bass player Kyle Cunjak. Watch for more details...Watch for more details...
The final show of the season ended with a standing Phone: 780-723-2330
See Classified Page for The evening began with opening act “The Skips” Fax: 780-723-5068
monthly meetings who warmed up the audience with their comical
and activities Email:
lyrics to songs such as “Giants of Alberta.”
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