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

The Scene

Upcoming Great weather for town's Resolution Run

Events by Mikaela Kuefler the wall before their run/walk. “If they freezing out there,” said Broda.
have any. People don't really have them The event was started years ago by
anymore,” said Town of Edson
The Town of Edson hosted their
Andrea Longman as an idea to get
annual Resolution Run on January 14 at Recreation and Culture Programmer Ali people moving at the start of the year
January 27 Repsol Place. Broda. “because that's when people are prone
There will be a There were 30 participants who Runners and walkers could choose to making changes. New year, new
potluck supper & registered in the Hospitality room. between 5km and 8km and could walk me,” said Broda.
movie night at the Snacks were available and runners and individually or with a group. “We heard All proceeds from the run went to
Edson United Church walkers received a hot drink coupon. from participants that the weather for the Edson Food Bank and totalled
at 5:30 pm – 8:00 Participants could also take part in the walk/run was great so we're lucky it $320.
pm. Call (780)-723- putting their New Years resolutions on worked out well and we weren't
3418 for details.

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.

January 28
literacy B-Day party
from 11:00am –
2:00pm at Edson
Public Library. There
will be games, crafts,
activities and snacks!

Accepting art pieces January 30 to February 3, 2017 Monday - Friday 9 – 4:30. The Exhibit will run February 6 – 24 Monday – Friday 9 – 4:30 and Saturday January 28
February 18 from 2 - 4pm. For more information contact the Red Brick at (780)-723-3582 or email Robbie Burns night
will be held at Edson
February 8 Masonic Lodge 4725,
There will be an after-hours neon 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 9 Ave at 6:00pm
more. If you have any questions please call (780)-723-7665. catered by The Olive
Tree. Dress Laura Huitema and Heather Simpson get ready for the Resolution run/walk, which started at Repsol Place on
February 11 formal–No January 14. photo Mikaela Kuefler
Valantines supper and dance at the Pinedale Community Hall. Cocktails start at 6 p.m. and supper is at 7p.m. Silent auction and prizes to be won. Tickets are exceptions. Tickets
will be $50/person
$20/person and can be bought from our members or by contacting Linda Klaver at 780-723-2571, Trudy Stairs 780-723-1463 or Cindy Wood at 780-723-1809 available at Patterson Annual Trivia

February 12 Parts.
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 – Night planned
52 St. Edson at 10am – 4pm. February 1
The Mackay
Community by Deanna Mitchener
association annual
meeting will be held Do you have what it takes to outsmart your
on February 1, 2017 opponents?

at 7:30pm. Everyone If so, you may be interested in attending the 19th
is welcome. For annual Edson Senior's Transportation Society Trivia
more information call Night.
Karen 780-795-2462 The date is set for March 11 at the Edson Royal
or Darlene at 780- Canadian Legion Branch 51. The doors will open at 5
795-2350. p.m. and the Trivia challenge starts at 5:30 p.m.
For the past 19 years the Edson Senior's
February 1 Transportation Society has been hosting this fun night
Join us for Winter as their main fundraiser for the much needed service of
Walk Day on busing our seniors and people of all ages with
February 1 all-day. temporary or permanent disabilities around within our
Sign up your school, community.
friends, and The event is a fun-packed evening of trivia questions
workplace or as an that you and your team be it family, friends, co-
individual. To learn workers, or neighbors can brainstorm to come up with
more visit the right answers. Teams are encouraged to dress up in costumes for
another chance of winning prizes.
Board member Cindy Hardy says, "Our event books
February 6 – 24
Community Building up fast so plan your teams and book early not to be
Block Exhibit at the disappointed. Registration forms can be picked up at
Red Brick Arts Parkland Lodge or from the Senior's Bus driver.
Centre and Museum, "This year our food choices will be beef stew with a
4818 7 Ave. cheese biscuit or ham and cheese on a Kaiser bun with
Caesar salad, along with plenty of sweet and salty
treats just in case you get that urge," said Hardy.
See Classified Page for
monthly meetings If you are interested in finding out more information Estelle Tilby and Jim Murphy were having a friendly game of pool
and activities or would like to donate towards their raffle table at Parkland Lodge. Jim said, “We play pool pretty much every
contact Cindy Hardy at 780-723-3522. night.” photo Deanna Mitchner
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