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

The Scene

Upcoming Events Record breaking attendance
Upcoming Events

A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on for HRH’S Dessert Theatre

The Scene April 27

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 780-712-6357.

April 29
PJ's Plus Fun and Food hosted in the Marlboro
Community Hall from 4pm-7pm.

May 1
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.

May 24 May 1, 2 & 3
Beaver Meadow Ag Society presents Canadian Fiddle champion Scott Woods and his band starting at 3pm. Great family entertainment. Tickets are Spring Pallette and Pottery Show at the Edson
adults $25 children 6 -12 are $10. For tickets call Diane at 780-795-2206 or Gladys at780-795-2203. For more info call 780-712-0049 Public Library. May 1 is from 7 – 9pm, May 2 is
from 10am -5pm and May 3 is from noon to 4pm.
June 6
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 May 2
riding contact the ranch at 780-727-3840. Lobster Fest at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church,
cocktails at 6pm, supper at 7pm, silent auction and
June 6 ,7,20,21 door prizes, bring your own nutcrackers. Tickets
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, street, super & mini stocks. are $40 each and are available at the Parish office, Timberjack or Thymes Two. Call 780-723-3661
for more info.
July 18 & 19 “Baby”, a hilariously funny play, was one of three plays performed at the Holy Redeemer Dessert
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, street, super & mini stocks. May 2 & 3 Theatre on April 17 and 18. Here, Baby (Angela Pilon) is given a very long and awkward kiss from her Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm,
Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, Grandma (Ashlyn Martin). Photo by: Adrienne Tait
August 1,2,15,16 street, super & mini stocks.
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, street, super & mini stocks. by Adrienne Tait the return of a spurned with the tongue-in- eventually choose one
May 3 & 17 ex-girlfriend, and cheek portrayals. that they like and would
Non-Denominational Gospel Services well be A record breaking meeting the future The Saturday evening like to direct.”
held at 2:30pm at the Ravine Community Hall audience attendance on father-in-law and the p e r f o r m a n c e w a s The drama students
(8.5km & 6.5km west of Wildwood) All Welcome the Friday night started hilarious antics that Monster. Monster is a will now present their
for more info call 780-735-2706 of HRH's annual dessert ensued. The one act one-man play that plays at Festival where
theatre on a positive farce was written by featured actor Tyler they will compete
May 3 note. Approximately Peter Shaffer. The play Habdas playing eleven against other schools
The Foothills Male Choir will be performing at 320 people took in the had the audience roaring different roles. The play f r o m a c r o s s t h e
the Red Brick Arts Centre at 7:30pm. Tickets are April 17 evening show with laughter. tells the story of province. Taylor said,
available at the Red Brick or Horizon Music for and 250 attended the T h e j u n i o r h i g h gruesome murder and “The students always
$20 each. S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g production of Baby had how it was influenced by l o o k f o r w a r d t o
performance. every parent in the family violence and presenting their plays at
May 3 The Friday evening auditorium laughing as media. Festival and not only
Holy Redeemer drama
seeing the adjudicator's
Vocal Variations is holding their spring concert, plays featured one senior they watched what a teacher Peter Taylor reaction, but also the
baby may think as they
May 3, 7 p.m. at the Christian Reformed Church. high and one junior high, experience the first year said, “The plays are reaction of the other
There will be a goodwill offering and also a food one act comedies. of life. From being chosen by the individual schools as well. The
bank donation drop off. Come out and enjoy The senior high “Black t e r r i f i e d t h a t t h e directors based on the students always love
some music. Comedy” was set in the
Kensington district of babysitter was going to group of students that watching other schools
London England and sit on them to wondering plan to participate in the and looking at all the
May 9 revolved around an artist why her parents were plays. Therefore, the two different genres of plays
Early Childhood Matters presents: The “Ooey and his finance deal with waving her hands in the senior high directors being presented.”
Gooey Lady”. Fun hands on learning for parents a “ b l o w n ” f u s e , air the performances read through a large Students typically
and anyone working with small children, 9am - “borrowed” furniture, delighted the audience number of scripts and enjoy meeting and
12pm or 1:30pm – 4:30pm at the Edson & District getting to know other
Recreation Complex. Tickets can be purchased at drama students and bond
Galloway Station Museum, Thymes Two, Jensen's over their shared
Lifestlye Clothing. The Secret Garden next up interest.
The annual event has
May10 become a tradition for
Mothers Day Brunch at the MacKay Hall from for Chronicle Project many Edson families
9am – 12pm. Adults $10, ages 6-12 are $5 and 5 and attendees are treated
and under are free. For more info call Karen at to clues regarding the
780-795-2462. by Deanna Mitchener fall production during
the event with the play
May 12 The Chronicle Project will be presenting another theater presentation called being revealed at the
Vegetable Gardening for Beginners will take place The Secret Garden. This production will take place on June 4, 5, and 6 at the Red conclusion of Saturday's
at the Edson and District Community Learning Brick Art Centre in the Hatlen Theatre. performance.
Centre from 8pm-9:30pm. Cost is free. Contact Deanna Adam said, "This production is based on the classic novel by Frances Taylor said, “It was
the Centre at (780)723-6247 for more info. Hodgson Burnett. The Secret Garden is a play about a young girl named Mary another very successful
Lennox who looses her parents to a cholera outbreak and she must go live at her weekend. We would like
May 16 & 17 absent uncle's estate. Left to her own devises, Mary becomes intrigued by the to thank the over 570
Sangudo Speedway. Start time Saturday at 1pm, rumor of a secret garden somewhere on the grounds and makes it her personal people in attendance, as
Sunday at 11 am. Trucks, micro & 600 sprints, mission to find it. But can a secret this big be kept forever?" well as the many
street, super & mini stocks. "We have a cast and crew of all ages for the Chronicle Project, and once again volunteers who helped call on Edsonites to step out and experience local creativity and talent," said make the show possible.
Adam. Oh, and next year's fall
Each night will also include a pre-show performance by students of The production will be Robin
Chronicle Project's Youth Acting Class, so come out and support our local talent. Hood!”
See Classified Page for Call Deanna Adam at 780-728-7081 for more information.
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