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


The Scene


Upcoming
Upcoming Fall Roundup Pro-Rodeo begins



Events
Events



August 27 Sept. 9 at Medicine Lodge
Rotary Sundays in the
Park is holding 'Play by Deanna Mitchener back some truly high calibre rodeo talent is provided. We have a pancake breakfast
in the Park' a free and previous Canadian champions for both Saturday and Sunday we hope everyone
event at RCMP Hold onto your cowboy hats and gear another day of fantastic rodeo action. We will attend, as well a pig roast dinner on
Centennial Park 1- up for the third annual Fall Roundup are also running a slack rodeo performance Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Tickets for the dinner
5pm. There will be a Pro-Rodeo that is happening at on Friday at 4 p.m. that spectators are are $10/plate and can be purchased from the
barbeque, live Medicine Lodge Rodeo Grounds on welcome to come and watch," says Oneil. rodeo ground gift shop during the day on
Miss Rodeo Canada Ali Mullin will be
entertainment, September 9 and 10. there. She is originally from Manitoba, but Saturday. Admission prices for the weekend
are just $10 for adult, $5 for youth or senior,
The rodeo, beginning on Saturday at
bouncy houses, at 2pm, is sanctioned by the CPRA currently makes her home in Redcliff, and 10 and under are free," says Oneil.
games, face painting (Canadian Professional Rodeo Alberta while she studies at Medicine Hat All spectators are welcome to come enjoy a
and more! Please call Association) and is one of the last stops College. Early Squirrely Anderson will be weekend packed with events that are sure to
Community Services on the 2017 tour for cowboys and making an appearance on Sunday Funday. keep you on the edge of your seat watching
at 780-723-4403 for cowgirls to qualify for the Canadian Funday begins Sunday at 12pm with some amazing athletes compete against each
more information. Finals Rodeo in Edmonton in Sheep Riding, Wild Pony Racing, other and the clock.
November. Lawnmower Racing, and new this year is For those of you who have never been out
August 30 Erin Oneil, Marketing Director for the addition of Rank Mini Pony's miniature to the Medicine Lodge Rodeo grounds, they
There will be an the Fall Roundup, says, "We have all bareback riding. are located halfway between Edson and
"Live music will be provided by Edson's
Hinton. Turn and go just one mile south on
outdoor movie and the classic rodeo events like Bareback, own Tyler Babiuk on Saturday night. The the Anderson Road (not the Medicine Lodge
Saddle Bronc, Steer Wrestling, Tie
pajama party at Down Roping, Ladies Barrel Racing, music will start around 5p.m. and will last Road).
RCMP Centennial Team Roping and Bull Riding in until 10 p.m." says Oneil. Come for the action and stay for the fun
Park which will be addition to Sheep Riding for those six "We strongly encourage everyone to come and camping. Bring the whole family and tell
'Jurassic Park' and and under." out for the weekend and camp. Camping is your friends.
starts after sunset 8- "We are very excited to welcome $10 per unit for the weekend and firewood
10:30pm. It is free
admission with a
concession by the Learn how to make homemade jelly at Community Garden
Youth Interagency
and FREE by Deanna Mitchener they have too much," and the Recycle Depot. buying locally," said Michelee Hickie at
said Anne.
We will be highlighting Anne.
Reflections at 780-723-
refreshments by If you are interested in "What we will do is healthy eating, nutrition, To see if spots are still 2390.
Victim Services. learning how to create start off with collecting sustainability, and available you can call
delicious homemade the apples to make some
September 6 jams and jellies the juice out of them, then
Beaver Meadow Ag Community Gardens in make the jelly. The other
Society will be Edson will be holding an part is we are going to
having their annual evening session for a have a tasting of jams
limited amount of that have been made
meeting on people. locally. And hopefully,
September 6. The They will only be some recipe sharing and
regular meeting starts accepting 20 people for everyone will be able to
at 8pm with the the evening sessions that take a small jar of
annual meeting to w i l l t a k e p l a c e crabapple jelly home
follow. There will September 11 and 12th. with them," said Auriat.
They will meet at the
"It is a trail this fall
also be an annual where we have set up Community Gardens
meeting for the two evenings to make September 11 at 6 p.m.
Cemetery Committee some crabapple jelly," then start harvesting the
after. New members said Manager Anne fruit. From there they
are welcome. For Auriat. will head over to
more info contact The jelly will be made Reflections which has a
Diane at 1-780-795- w i t h c r a b a p p l e s kitchen to make the juice
harvested from the and jelly. The next
2206 or Gladys at 1- Community Garden. "A evening the sampling
780-795-2203. lot of people grow starts at 6 p.m.
See Classified Page for vegetables and fruit in "This is a joint project
monthly meetings the area but do not know with Reflections, the
and activities exactly what to do when Community Gardens,
Russel Kolasa, (Kneeling) Eleanor Dunford, Ali Johann, Nelly Knoop,
Alma Keller, Marie Rondeau, Hilda Dykema, Adele Appelt took some
time at Willmore Park to listen to some bear and cougar information.
The group of seniors ensured they saved room for some free pizza that
was also available courtesy Boston Pizza. photo Deanna Mitchener.
The Red Brick Arts Centre Staff and Board
Members would like to thank the sponsors
and volunteers who made our
2017 Kids Carnival a huge success.


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