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The Scene
The Scene
THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2016 PAGE 7
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
The Scene





Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events



February 25
Ecole Westhaven
presents Bonhomme
Carnaval. Everyone
Welcome.

February 27
Mooseheart Loppet
cross country ski race
Hornbeck Ski Trails.
Register 9-11 am, Mass
start at 11 a.m. Call
Ralph at 723-5145.
February 27
Crib tournament at the
Pioneer Cabin starting
at 1 pm. Crib every
Monday starting at 7
pm.
Families enjoying some road hockey with first responders during the Family Day weekend. photo Deanna Mitchener
February 27
Harry Potter Day at
Edson & District Public Family Day road hockey with first responders
Library, 11 am to 2 pm.
Join the library for a by Deanna Mitchener responders to come out invited community together and bringing home,” said Duane.
celebration of Harry and play some road members out for a 48 them out of their shells, Hamburgers, hot dogs,
Potter and the Duane Martin with hockey with our youth hour road hockey off their computers, and juice and water were
wizarding world of White Cap Construction February 15. weekend. brought in free hosted by
Hogwarts. wanted to ensure the Duane organized a "As a community we getting back to basics. Crossfire Controls and
The event started at noon
community had some similar event back in need to start paying and we will play until the Apache Energy lending
February 28
Movie night, 6:30 pm extra options for Family January where he attention to where these sun goes down and their BBQ.
at Edson-Peers Day, so he asked our first cleared off snow and kids are going, getting everyone has gone
Christian Reformed
Church. Come and join
us for the showing of Picks of the Fringe concludes with one act play
Focus on the Family's
'Dropbox'. No charge,
freewill donation to by Adrienne Tait Michelle Kennedy. describes living in a baby boomers and I grew However, the need for
West Yellowhead Centered on a teenage small town as the up listening to the oldies. a director and positive
Pregnancy Care Centre. The final Picks of the girl growing up in small daughter of an alcoholic I was always curious working relationship
For more information Fringe performance at town Saskatchewan in father with a teenage about the teenage between Wensel and
728-3329 or 693-2640. the Red Brick theatre the early 60s the play pregnant sister in a time experience of Boomers.” Kennedy was apparent
hosted by Chautauqua e x p l o r e d f a m i l y when such things were Those records were the as the two discussed the
March 4 Edson Arts Council on dynamics and teenage not discussed. inspiration for the plays benefits of having a
Youth Interagency free Wednesday, February angst while listening to a As with the other plays title of Shangri-La as the director to provide
drop in bowling at the 10. soundtrack of classic group is Wensel's perspective, direction,
Edson Bowling Alley. The one act single actor songs from the 50s and in the Picks of the Fringe favorite band from the and organizational
12 to 2 pm. play was written and 60s. series audience members era. assistance.
were invited to stay
performed by Judy The audience listens as f o l l o w i n g t h e The play “is a very The play addressed
March 12 Wensel and directed by
Essence Parent the character, Jeanne, performance to interact fictionalized version” of challenging subject
Society's St. Patrick with and ask questions of her mother's childhood. matter interspersed with
Dinner/Dance at the Smelly Melly, the actor and director. As the playwright and laughter from Wensel's
Pinegrove Hall in Nervous Nelly, When asked what she performer Wensel said, dry sense of humour
Edson from 6 PM – 2 Marshmallow.... related to most Wensel “ T h e r e i s a n i c e which kept the play
AM. Dinner, dance, said, “I love the records ownership that happens moving along at a quick
silent auction, taxi Mel has all sorts of and the music of the 50s when you are in a show pace.
service and much more. names to match and 60s. I parents are that is your own.”
For tickets or to donate her quirky
call (780)-728-6340 or personality.
see any Society She's a Northern
member. Special approx 3
to 4 years old.
March 12 An active family to have adventures with would
St. Patrick's Day please her to no end but Mel also likes her down
Celebration supper, time and is a quiet, well behaved girl when inside
silent auction at the home.
MacKay Community She knows some basics like sit and down.
Hall. Doors open 5:30 Recalls and stays are a work in progress but
p.m., supper 6:30 p.m., getting better everyday.
18 & over. silent She's shy when meeting new people but once
auction donations you gain her confidence you'll find the sweet girl we
greatly appreciated. have come to love.
For ticket information
call Karen 780-795- Visit edsonanimalrescue.com
2462 or Darlene 7890- for more information or 780-712-6788.
795-2350. Sponsored by:
JASON HIRD TRUCKINGJASON HIRD TRUCKING
780-712-9493
See Classified Page for Actor and playwright Judy Wensel performed her play Shangri-La at the Red
monthly meetings Fax: 780-723-2213 Brick Theatre on February 10. The show was the final performance in this
and activities
Call 780-723-9493 for information year`s Picks of the Fringe series. photo Adrienne Tait
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