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

The Scene


Upcoming Activities and fun during

Events Kreative Kids program

The programmers hope to
November 30 – by Mikaela Kuefler slowly introduce other aspects to
December 3 The Town of Edson through the new program, such as
Holy Redeemer FCSS hosted the first Kreative creating musical instruments and
presents Charlie and Kids program on November 26 introducing culture. “When we
the Chocolate Factory downstairs at the Red Brick. hit the holidays, which are a
at the Red Brick Arts
Centre from 7-10pm Recreation and Culture little more culturally orientated,
nightly. There will be a Programmer Ali Broda and we'll introduce culture,” said
1030am and 2 pm Family/Parent Link Programmer Broda.
matinee on Dec. 3. Robin Brinker planned activities The program runs once a
for preschoolers with a fall month on Saturdays and will run
December 3 theme. Activities included crafts, the next Kreative Kids on
The Annual Tree sun catcher and a crown, and December 10. “We're moving photo Mikaela Kuefler
Trimming party will storytelling with actions. into the winter theme but we
be held at the Edson “Our goal is to get kids more don't want to give our secrets Family/Parent Link Programmer Robin Brinker and
and District Public involved in small tactile away. We just want people to Recreation and Culture Programer Ali Broda show off the
Library from 11am- activities and crafts,” said come in and see. Just know that
2pm. Kids can take do crafts to be made by kids who attend the Town of Edson
crafts, visit with Santa, Broda. we'll be creative,” said Broda. FCSS Kreative Kids on November 26 at the Red Brick.
and have snacks and
hot cocoa. Muskeg Flyers Cross Country Ski Club waiting for snow

December 3
Santa visits the by Mikaela Kuefler Service.
Galloway Museum The club clears dead fall and
from 1-3pm. Kids can The Muskeg Flyers Cross mows the trails to keep the shoots
come and enjoy crafts Country Ski Club rented skiing down. They then pack the snow
and cookies. equipment out to club members down and use a track setter, which

December 3 on November 27 at Westhaven uses as snowmobile to pull a sled
to make two grooves in the snow.
Parkland Lodge
Membership includes children
The club has been renting out
Auxiliary is hosting equipment for the past few years programming in January to teach
their annual Christmas “to get families out, cross children skiing skills. “We have a
Tea and Bake
Sale/Silent Auction country skiing with their kids. limited kids ski program to teach
Since the club has bought
the basics and we also help
from 1:30 to 3 p.m. equipment, membership has parents, if they don't have any
As always funds raised exploded,” says club volunteer skiing experience,” said Bradbury.
go to Lodge residents. Josephine Bunz-Clark. The club also hosts tea and
All 48 skis, boots, and poles cookies in the warm up shack on
December 4 were rented out. “We have to buy Sunday's from January to
Pine Grove Hall is
hosting a Christmas more to fill in the holes for the February.
people going away without.
Social from 11-3pm. There will be over 50 sets by the Other events hosted by the club
Activities include time skiing starts,” says club is World Snow Day in mid
pictures with Santa, a volunteer Steve Bradbury. January, when veteran skiers help
out with lessons or take people on
Christmas Bazaar from While people rented out longer trails, and Lop It, a fun race
11-2pm, and horse usually scheduled in the first part photo Mikaela Kuefler
drawn sleigh rides equipment, they could register of March.
for membership. This year, the
form 11-1pm. The club has arranged for online Kenzie Johnston waits with her ski equipment while her
Lunch Concession will registration with Zone 4. Over The club is currently waiting for
be open. 100 people registered to help pay more snow so the ski season can dad registers for a Muskeg Flyers Cross Country Ski
start. “This year's season will start
Club membership on November 26 at Westhaven
for trail grooming and insurance later than the last few years. We
December 4 through Cross Country Alberta. need more snow. People have been School.
Robb is having a The club cooperatively maintains skiing but it's not good skiing,”
Christmas craft and the trails with the Alberta Forest
bake sale at the Robb said volunteer Ralph Rix.
Multiplex from 11-
December 11 Wildwood Legion
Marlboro is hosting
Community Hall from Christmas supper Dec. 9
their Christmas Bazaar
at the Marlboro
11-3pm. Enjoy and
variety of vendors, submitted Rita Winfield President Lori Rehn; 1st Vice
concession and raffle.
President Dan Bonham; 2nd Vice
December 15 On December 9 please join us the President Don Gibbs;
Join grade 4 students Royal Canadian Legion BR 149 Secretary/Treasurer Lynda Hicks;
from Vanier for Wildwood for our Christmas Supper Sergeant at Arms Dave Pennell; and
caroling. 1:30 pm at and meat draw. Entertainment will Chaplain Robert Veitch.
the Galloway Station be provided by the Tyler Bros Band.
Museum. Everyone is Executive Directors: Dennis Rose;
welcome. Free. Festivities will start at 6:00 p.m. Deb Bonham; Barney Lepine; and
Lori Rehn was awarded her Past Dixie Pennell.
December 18 President pin. Congratulations Lori The next meeting is on December
You're invited to and thank you for all your time over 19 (Uniform Dress) beginning with
Family of Faith the years. the Executive at 6 p.m. followed by
Church for “A Charlie
Brown Christmas” We will be closed December 24 the General meeting at 7 p.m.
service. 10:30 a.m. and 31 to allow our staff to enjoy Everyone's welcome at the
463 72 Street, Edson. family time. Wildwood Legion. Have a safe and Congratulations to our new happy holiday season. From the
780-517-7558. executive, and looking forward to a Legion Family to Your Family.
See Classified Page for great year. Remember, please don't drink and
monthly meetings
and activities President Ashley Hicks; Past drive.
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