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

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Upcoming Events
April 23-25
Double Feature Spring Production, “In the Restroom at Rosenbloom's” at the Red Brick Theatre. Tickets available at the Red Brick. Upcoming Events Fifth Annual “Home Grown”
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on Film Festival set for April 26
April 25
Handbell Concert at the Sacred Heart Church at 7 pm. Jubiloso! Bells of Concordia present their “Favorites Old & New”. Songs from Big Band to Frozen. Tickets at the Red Brick or Vanier School. For more
info call Robyne at 780-712-6357.
The Scene April 14 regional this coming were forced to leave the skills. “Woodstalker 2” would like to see more
The Nova Theatre goes
April 26, May 10&24
highlights the talents of
from this talented group
Athabasca Valley near
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.
Armchair Traveler – Africa: Join Sarah and Jesse
Sunday, April 26 with
as they share their travel stories and photos of their
in the future.
13 year old Chris. The
Jasper in 1909-10 after
April 27
Everyone loves a good
Own Local “Home
Botswana and Namibia all day at the Edson &
Join author Natasha Deen and Arts Alive Edson Festival participants for celebration of writing by local youth at the Edson Public Library at 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to this free event. For more info call two month adventure through South Africa, their 5th Annual Edson's living in the area for Galloway Museum m y s t e r y a n d t h e
promotion shows the
almost a century. It also
780-712-6357. District Public Library. Cost is free, contact Melissa Grown” Film Festival at follows the descendants commercial side of Galloway Museum has
at 780-723-6691 for more info. 5 p.m. of those families as they Chris, while “Leave Me tried to give us one.
April 29 Filmmakers from make a 14 day long trek Alone” is just creepy! “What's In the Safe?”
PJ's Plus Fun and Food hosted in the Marlboro Community Hall from 4pm-7pm. April 14 Grande Cache (Susan back into the valley. Long-time Edson was shot by Madison
Edson Cycling Association AGM at 6:30pm. We will Feddema Leonard), Stories are shared resident Paul Kindiak Sharman and Laurence
May 1 be discussing our society and the Edson Willmore Hinton (Mario Houle and through the voices of the excels in filming nature. Roome; edited by
Droston Hall Pie Auction, supper at 6pm with Live Auction to follow. Bring a pie/buy a pie/(or other baked goods) Come out for some good old fashioned fun. Park trail development project. Memberships will be Robert Lindsay), Edson
available. Meeting will take place at the Edson descendants as they His two pieces “Bald Madison. The story
May 1, 2 & 3 FCSS Family Center (lower level of the Red Brick (Paul Kindiak, Galloway reveal their fight to Eagles Nesting” and revolves around what
Spring Pallette and Pottery Show at the Edson Public Library from 6pm-9pm. use West entrance). Museum) and Edmonton preserve their traditions, “Silver Summit Ski happens when you are
( C h r i s W h i t e a n d culture, and way of life Runs” show aspects of given a safe with no
May 2 April 14 Christine Miller) will be as Mountain Metis. nature that many of us combination and no one
Lobster Fest at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, cocktails at 6pm, supper at 7pm, silent auction and door prizes, bring your own nutcrackers. Tickets are $40 each and are available at the Parish office, Backyard Composting seminar from 8:00pm- represented in a wide H o r s e l o v e r s will never experience. knows what's inside. Be
Timberjack or Thymes Two. Call 780-723-3661 for more info. 9:30pm: Learn how easy it is to start and maintain a array of different styles everywhere will enjoy I n “ B a l d E a g l e s forewarned, the ending
backyard compost bin. Get tips and solutions for and subject matter. the preview of Sue's Nesting” half the could be explosive!
May 3 some of the problems that can arise as well. Free Everything from shorts latest movie, “Mountain adventure is how he got Join us on Sunday,
Vocal Variations is holding their spring concert, May 3, 7 p.m. at the Christian Reformed Church. There will be a goodwill offering and also a food bank donation drop off. Come out and enjoy some music. seminar but must pre register. Contact the Edson and to experimental, to not- Mustang”. Hopefully the footage in the first April 26 at 5 p.m. as we
District Community Learning 780-723-6247. quite feature films will be the full-length show will place. Not for the faint of support our regional
May 9 on display. be completed in time for heart! filmmaking talent and
Early Childhood Matters presents: The “Ooey Gooey Lady”. Fun hands on learning for parents and anyone working with small children, 9am -12pm or 1:30pm – 4:30pm at the Edson & District Recreation April 16 “The Long Road next year's Film Festival. “Shapeshifter” by our local Edson Food
Complex. Tickets can be purchased at Galloway Station Museum, Thymes Two, Jensen's Lifestlye Clothing. Join Kate's Kitchen for a Free Lunch at St. Home” produced by Former Edson resident, Christine Miller, Mario Bank.
Catherines's Anglican Church, 617 Main Street from Susan Feddema Leonard Christopher White has Houle, and Robert For more information,
May 12 11:30 – 1pm. All Welcome i s a 2 0 1 1 H D submitted three pieces, Lindsay is a delightful please contact the Nova
Vegetable Gardening for Beginners will take place at the Edson and District Community Learning Centre from 8pm-9:30pm. Cost is free. Contact the Centre at (780)723-6247 for more info. documentary focusing on all quite different, experimental short piece Theatre at 723-4906.
April 16 six Metis families who that is magical. We
May 24 Holy Redeemer's Art Show-Holy Redeemer's annual showing his range of
Beaver Meadow Ag Society presents Canadian Fiddle champion Scott Woods and his band starting at 3pm. Great family entertainment. Tickets are adults $25 children 6 -12 are $10. For tickets call Diane at spring Art Show will feature over 100 pieces of
780-795-2206 or Gladys at780-795-2203. For more info call 780-712-0049 original artwork from students in grades 7-12 from
6:30pm-9:00pm. Free event, contact Sandy Fedorak “Music brings you where even words
June 6 at 780-723-7437 for more info.
Ride – A – Thon at Brightwood Ranch near Entwistle. Ride your horse or ours. Help send underprivileged kids to camp. To donate or for info on riding contact the ranch at 780-727-3840.
April 17 can’t go”: Pianist Alison Kilgannon
Free MDS Dessert Evening at 7pm at the Edson
Mennonite Church. Stories of hope inspired through
volunteers with Mennonite Disaster Services. For by Deanna Mitchener following year. I always enjoyed listening to my
more info call 780-723-3998 parents or if I go to a good concert, it inspires me and
Alison Kilgannon will be entertaining guests on reminds me how privileged I am to work with such
April 17 April 21, at the Edson-Peers Christian Reformed
Edson's Farmers Market opens at the Edson amazing music every day,” said Alison.
rd
Friendship Centre (5023 – 3 Ave) from 10:30am – Church at 7 p.m. “Music brings you where even words can't go.
2pm. If you want to book a table or for more info Alison will be playing romantic love songs, Music can touch something very deep inside us all.
call Lorrie at 780-723-3480 Canadian and French music, along with a selection of Through music we can express and share things that
Hungarian folk tunes on piano. are difficult to put into words, yet can be understood
April 18 Alison said, “I began piano lessons at the age of between people. I have been very privileged to travel
Jesse James Youth Rodeo, 1 pm at the Yellowhead four, it took a lot of work, and still does. There always Europe and cherish many experiences,” said Alison.
Ag Society Arena at the Edson Rodeo Grounds. For seems to be more to do, you can always go further and “Playing any style of music can open the door to a
more info see FB upcoming events: Jesse James strive for better. Playing music is a very complex skill
Memorial Rodeo 2015 and I believe that even the most talented musicians relationship with music. For children taking lessons,
it is important to practice every day and setting a
April 18 need to work to be the best they can be.” regular practice time really helps to make it happen.
Spring Floral Centerpiece: Join Launa from the "My brother started playing the piano when I was Playing music is a complex skill so by practicing
amazing Trendy Twigs to create a lovely spring just three, and I wanted to play too. So one day I every day, the learning process can develop
centerpiece from 2pm-4:30pm at the Edson and decided to take matters into my own hands, I sat down incrementally and your child will be able to see
District Community Learning Centre. Cost is $75. at the piano, opened a book and played one single note results. Seeing results encourages children to keep
For more info contact the Edson and District for a long time. My mom decided they better teach me putting in the effort,” said Kilgannon.
Community Learning at 780-723-6247. something else and I was enrolled into lessons the

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 Arts Alive Edson Festival
info call 780-735-2706.
April 21
Alison Kilgannon will be performing at 7pm at the to open with handbells
th
Edson Peers Christian Reformed Church, 4633 7
Avenue. Featuring romantic love songs, Canadian
and French music, and a taste of Hungarian folk JUBILOSO! Bells of Community Catholic From April 28 to May On Wednesday, April
tunes, all for the piano. A silver collection will be Concordia University School. 20, photography entries 29 everyone is invited to
accepted at the door. will ring in the Arts Alive On Monday, April 27 will be on display at the join adjudicator Janet
Edson Festival on C r e a t i v e Wr i t i n g G a l l o w a y S t a t i o n
April 22 Saturday, April 25 at 7 adjudicator Natasha Museum and Visual Art Smithy at the Red Brick
Community Consultations that Rock: Do you need p.m. The program will be on display at the from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for
input from stakeholders? Need to involve your includes new favourites Deen will be at the Edson Red Brick. Photography the voice category.
community in decision-making? Need to know Public Library at 1 p.m. There will be choral and
where to start? Join us as we show you a 10 step like “Firework” and “Let f o r a l i t e r a c y adjudicator Julian i n d i v i d u a l
process and some practical tools to make your public It Go” as well as old presentation suitable for Buchwald will speak performances. Tickets
consultations rock! From 1pm-2:30pm at the Edson f a v o u r i t e s l i k e all ages. That same w i t h p h o t o g r a p h y are not required.
Adult Learning Centre. Cost is $15. For more info “Moonlight Serenade” evening, youth writing participants on May 4. C h e c k
contact the Edson and District Community Learning and “What a Wonderful participants will share Visual Art adjudicator www.artsaliveedson.co
at 780-723-6247. World.” This handbell their work at Write Rory MacDonald will m and the Arts Alive
concert is open to Night. This event takes g i v e f e e d b a c k t o Edson Facebook page
See Classified Page for everyone. Tickets place in the Community drawing, painting and for more information.
monthly meetings and activities available at the Red Use Room at 6:30 p.m. m i x e d m e d i a Enjoy the creativity and
B r i c k a n d Va n i e r and is open to the public. participants on May 14. join in the fun.
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