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The Scene
Couple's Retreat from 10am – 5 pm (9:30am coffee and sign in) – This one-day retreat is a great way to reconnect with the one you love. For more info call 780-723-3418.
Feb 28
Evansburg Art Club Creates! Oils with Tammy Taylor at Entwistle Sr. Club from 10am – 4pm. Members $25.00, non-members $50.00, potluck lunch. To register call
Kathy at 780-727-4453.
March 7
Free Dr. Suess Day- Activities, crafts, stories and games at the Edson Public Library from 11am – 2pm. Light snack provided. Call 780-723-6691 for more info. Everyone is
Feb 28 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
March 7
Edson Figure Skating Club presents “At the Movies” at Talisman Place Centre. Showtime is 1pm to 3 pm. General Admission $5. Seniors $3. Under 12 are free. THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2015 PAGE 9
March 9 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
You can grow your own fresh vegetables this summer. Joinin on the Community Garden Organizational Meeting at 79m in the Provincial Building Meeting room #103
(please use East entrance) For more info call 780-723-1603. If you want to rent a plot this summer you must attend the meeting.
March 25
ESTS – AGM meeting will be held at Parkland Lodge at 6:30 pm. The Scene
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events Imagination and fun come alive

Feb 17 during ‘Night at the Museum’
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at the Edson submitted by Shari
United Church from 5:15 – 6:30 pm. Catered by McDowell
the Edson United Church's Youth Group, Edson
Brownies and Edson Girl Guides. Menu includes Although none of the
pancakes, sausages, fruit, coffee, tea and juice. displays came to life
during the Galloway
Feb 19 Station's inaugural
Join Kate's Kitchen for a free lunch from 11:30 'Night at the Museum'
am – 1 pm at St. Catherine's Anglican Church, sleepover, imagination
617 Main Street. and great fun did come
alive on February 6.
Feb 21 Nineteen young people
Edson Fish & Game Association will host its participated in the event,
Annual Trophy Measuring Day at the Pine Grove which included dinner, a
Hall from 11 am – 5 pm. Bring your big game tour of the Museum,
trophy's and have them scored. There is no fee for candle making, mug
this. decorating and a movie.
And of course they did
Feb 21 watch 'Night at the
Shop Till You Drop! At Ravine Hall near Chip Museum 2' complete
Lake in the Wildwood area from 2 pm – 8 pm. with a bag of popcorn
There will be 20 vendors selling their goods. and more. Galloway Station’s inaugural ‘Night at the Museum’ sleepover where
The kids had plenty of imagination and fun came alive on February 6.
Feb 21 supervision as Shari
MacKay Community Association Games Night McDowell, Krysta
starting at 7 p.m. 18 years and over. Come out Hawboldt, and Tayler and it was a really good sleepover at the theatre behind the scenes tour of
for a game of cards, crib, whist, shuffleboard, McCallum all stayed time.” anymore, and suggested artifacts that have not yet
pool, darts, crokinole boards, etc. Refreshments, over. The event was a the society take it over. I been seen by the general
snacks available. Donations or info call Karen “Although it was a partnership between the spoke with Krysta from p u b l i c . A l l t h e
780-795-2462 or Darlene 780-795-2350. sleepover, for some there Town of Edson and the the Town and it all came participants were given
was not much sleep. But Edson and District t o g e t h e r , ” s a i d s o m e m u s e u m
Feb 27 there was plenty of Historical Society. The McDowell. “We were keepsakes, and their
PJ's plus fun and food hosted by Early Childhood giggling and fun,” said idea originally came really happy to be a part crafts, and picked up by
Matters will be held at the Peer's Community S h a r i M c D o w e l l , from Sandy Moore, of this.” 10 a.m.
Center 5202 -49 Ave in Peers. For families with m a n a g e r o f t h e manager of the Nova I n t h e m o r n i n g The Edson and District
children aged 0 -5 years of age .Come for fun in G a l l o w a y S t a t i o n Theatre. “Sandy called everyone had breakfast Historical Society is
your PJ's. For more info call Deanna at 780-723- Museum. “Everyone and told me they weren't and headed to the hoping to make this an
6263. was very well-behaved a b l e t o h a v e t h e basement for a special annual event.

Feb 23
W.E.E. Community Food Bank's AGM at 7pm at
the Food Bank in the Old Fire Hall in Entwistle.
Refreshments served. Call 780-727-4043 for more

Feb 27
Jr. Youth Group ages 7 to 13 from 2:30 – 6:30 pm
– themed activities and supper. Call 780-723-3418
for more info. Mystery Supper night all at the
Edson United Church.

See Classified Page for
monthly meetings and activities


SINGERS, Krysta (Shack) Hawboldt - Youth Interagency, Donna O'Brien coordinator at Boys and Girls Club,

Amanda Young - Boys and Girls Club, Linda McFarlane - Boys and Girls Club, and Tayler McCallun with
PIANO PLAYERS & CONDUCTORS the Edson Friendship Centre showing off sandwiches donated by Edson Subway on January 22 for the
teens to enjoy during drop-in night. Photo Deanna Mitchener
Vocal Variations always welcomes new Teen drop-in every Thursday night
members to each Fall & Spring Term,
at Boys and Girls Club
ages 16 to adult.

Singers, Pianists and Conductors by Deanna Mitchener other teens or a place to just hang out.
Teenage Drop-In is free for teens to come and do
are invited to join. Calling all teenagers –did you know you can now what teens do, plus so much more. They have a great
No choral experience is necessary. hang out at the Boys and Girls Club every Thursday gym so you can get a game of indoor basketball
night? going on those winter nights. They have a pool table,
It's true, so call or text your friends and make foosball table, air hockey, and so much more you
For information contact plans to stop by the Edson Boys and Girls Club can do with your friends, or come and meet some
Crystal at every Thursday night. The club is exclusively for new ones.
The club is located at 5414 6th Ave., in Edson.
teens between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. every
or 780-728-5257 Thursday night. Stop by any Thursday and check out the teen-only
The Edson Boys and Girls Club, Edson Friendship time. If you would like more information call one of
Centre, and the Youth Interagency have joined the staff at 780-723-7240. Remember to tell your
together to make Thursday nights a great place for friends so they can join in as well.
teens to come and have plenty of interaction with
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