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Upcoming Chautauqua 35th anniversary season opener

Events by Adrienne Tait behind the songs. From tales of a North “Pass It Along.” The song was from
American Greyhound bus tour to a song
Cook's 2013 album “One More Time
Scott Cook and The Second Chances
Cook kept his lyrics honest and
opened Chautauqua's 35th anniversary written in honor of his late grandfather Around.”
Cook later came on stage and
January 13 & 14 season on Saturday, January 7. relatable. commended the audience for a job well
Edmonton Eskimos Singer song writer Scott Cook hails Not afraid to tackle subjects many done and said, “That was amazing.”
Nathan Coehoorn is from Edmonton but has spent much of would ignore from politics to As it has been in previous years, the
giving a motivational his time over the past 10 years, since environmental stewardship, Scott Cook's Chautauqua series is sold out but tickets
talk on January 13 becoming a full time musician, song writing skills have the ability to do occasionally come available. The
and will be posing for travelling the world including Australia, make the audience laugh while 2016 season will see the group bring six
pictures and giving Europe, and Asia. On average Cook delivering a message. different performances to the Red Brick
out autographs at performs 160 shows and at 12 festivals New for the Chautauqua audience was theatre including the two act comedy
Koinonia Christian every year. the opening performance for the evening “God is A Scottish Drag Queen” on
School at 630pm. His songs are laced with humour and when Robyne Wilock, Cameron Inscho, January 14. The next scheduled musical
Enter to win an his self-deprecating narrative gave the and Diana Inscho taught the audience performance is the duo “Milot and
autographed Eskimo audience a glimpse into the stories the chorus and back up to Cook's song Bareil” on February 4.
jersey or one or two
autographed Wilson
CFL footballs.
Contact Family of
Faith Church at
(780)-517-7558 for
further details. On
January 14,
Coehoorn will be
speaking at the men's
breakfast at 9am.
Breakfast is included.

January 14
January 19 The Resolution
Please join us at Kate's Kitchen for our free lunch at St. Catherine's Anglican Church 617 main street from 11:30am – 1:00pm. All welcome! Run/Walk takes place
from 2pm-4pm.
January 27 Participants can
There will be a potluck supper & movie night at the Edson United Church at 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Call (780)-723-3418 for details.
register at the Repsol
Place Hospitality
January 27
S.C.O.P.E –A- THON silent auction and more at Legion Hall 6:00pm – 10:00pm. Call (780)-723-6100 for details. Room and choose
between the 5km or
January 28 8km loop. All
Library/Family literacy B-Day party from 11:00am – 2:00pm at Edson Public Library. There will be games, crafts, activities and snacks! proceeds go to the
Edson Food Banks.
Contact Ali at (780)-
January 28 723-4403 for further
Robbie Burns night will be held at Edson Masonic Lodge 4725, 9 Ave at 6:00pm catered by The Olive Tree. Dress formal–No exceptions. Tickets will be details.
$50/person available at Patterson Parts. Scott Cook and The Second Chances opened the 35 Chautauqua season at the Red Brick theatre. photo by Adrienne Tait
January 15
February 1 Bear Lake Park and
The Mackay Community association annual meeting will be held on February 1, 2017 at 7:30pm. Everyone is welcome. For more information call Karen 780- Campground is January 28, 2017
795-2462 or Darlene at 780-795-2350. hosting World Snow E-waste School Recycling
Day from 1pm-3pm.
Snowshoes will be Challenge results
provided and people
are invited to bring submitted We would like to congratulate
February 1 their cross country Jasper Elementary school on their
Join us for Winter Walk Day on February 1 all-day. Sign up your school, friends, and workplace or as an individual. To learn more visit or skis to try out the Schools throughout West win for collecting the most e-waste trail. There will be a Yellowhead have completed the per student during the challenge.
campfire to roast Gigantic E-waste School Recycling Many of the schools did very well
February 6 – 24 marshmallows and Challenge and the results are in! and finding a winner was a
Community Building Block Exhibit at the Red Brick Arts Centre and Museum, 4818 7 Ave. Accepting art pieces January 30 to February 3, 2017 Monday - Friday refreshments will be During waste reduction week challenge on its own, so we would
9 – 4:30. The Exhibit will run February 6 – 24 Monday – Friday 9 – 4:30 and Saturday February 18 from 2 - 4pm. For more information contact the Red Brick at provided. Call Juna at participating schools collected like to give an honourable mention
(780)-723-3582 or email (780) 723-4800 for electronic waste to be recycled. This to École Mountain View School
more information. special challenge allowed schools to from Hinton, Holy Redeemer High
February 8 receive a donation for each item School and A.H. Dakin School from
There will be an after-hours pool party held at Repsol Place from 9:00pm – 11:00pm for youth the ages 15-17. It will include food, glow sticks, music and more. If January 15-20 they brought in to be recycled. Edson for working hard and coming
you have any questions please call (780)-723-7665 Alice in Wonderland Overall, approximately eleven very close to winning the challenge.
put on by Pine Grove thousand dollars was raised for the Congratulations are also in order
February 12 Middle School at the schools. for all of Edson; they were the
There will be a Valentines public market home based business and crafts on Sunday, February 12, 2017. It will be located at the Best Western High Road Inn 300 – Red Brick Arts Regionally we saved over 18 largest collecting community during
52 St. Edson at 10am – 4pm. Centre. Call (780) metric tonnes of hazardous e-waste the challenge.
723-5929 for details. from entering the landfill. This is West Yellowhead Recycles
equivalent to over 39 thousand thanked Recycle Logic, Alberta
pounds of e-waste. Recycling Management Authority
See Classified Page for Jasper collected 3,425 kg, Hinton and the Edson & District Recycling
monthly meetings collected 5,251 kg, Edson collected Society for helping make this
and activities 6,630 kg, and Yellowhead County challenge possible.
collected 3,195 kg.
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