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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, JULY 13, 2015 PAGE 7 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on

August 9 A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
Rotary Sundays in the Park at Centennial Park from 12-5pm.

September 6
“Summer Speaks” at the Edson United Church. Brian Care Centre will be sharing their story starting 10:30 am. The Scene


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on July 14 – 17
Free Vacation Bible
The Scene Lutheran Church,
School at the Grace
th
4407 – 7 Ave from
9am – noon for ages 3
to grade 6(complete).
Call 780-723-4366 to
register, please leave
the names of the
children, ages and
phone number where
you can be reached.

July 16
Kate's Kitchen will be
having a free BBQ at
St. Catherine's
Anglican Church (617
main street) from 5 to
6:30 pm. All Welcome
July 20-24, July 27-
31, August 10-14
Looking for
something for your
child to do this
summer? Register for
the Red Brick Arts
Centre Blast from the
Past program. The
program is for ages 5-
10. Three sessions will
be held, July 20-24,
July 27-31 and August
10-14, sessions run
from 1 pm – 4 pm
Monday – Friday. For Maddison Sharman performed her face painting magic during the second of the 2015 Rotary Sundays in the Park series.
more information photo Adrienne Tait
please contact (780)-
723-3582 or stop into
the Red Brick Arts Rock Camp Alberta featured at
Centre today between
9 am – 4:30 pm.

July 23
The Great Plains Rotary Sundays in the Park
Music Show featuring
Darrel & Saskia in
concert. Tickets can By Adrienne Tait Fire and Joe Public public and the sponsors. friendly activities Edson, Edson Rotary
be picked up in the including bouncy house
Pioneer Cabin's office provided the on-stage We’ve had some really Club, Edson's arts
during the week. The second in the entertainment for the great sponsorships this and face painting. community, local
Rotary Sundays in the day and covered a wide year.” Dechambeau said if service groups and
July 25 Park series was held on variety of classic rock The series showcases she had to pick one businesses join together
Pioneer Cabin's Crib July 5 with the Rock and even a couple of l o c a l t a l e n t a n d event to look forward to t o p r o v i d e a r e a
Tournament starting at Camp Alberta theme. country songs. p r o v i d e s f a m i l y it would have to be residents with the
1pm at the Cabin. Between 150 and 200 O r g a n i z e r A n n friendly shows at no “The pig roast! I Sunday afternoon
people took in the event Dechambeau said the cost to the public. always enjoy the pig entertainment.
July 27-30
Free Vacation Bible which meant there were Sundays in the Park In addition to the free roast. It's on August 9 The next Sunday in
School at the Edson consistently 100 people series this summer, “Is entertainment snacks this year.” the park is scheduled for
Baptist Church (4717- i n t h e p a r k a l l going very well. We've and juice are also The series sees are July 12 and the theme is
th
9 Ave) for ages 5 to afternoon. got a lot of good provided along with a variety of groups Play in the Park.
10, from 6:30pm – Local bands Lotus response from the variety of family including the Town of
8:30pm. Theme:
Thailand Trek. To
register call the church
at 780-723-3982. Peers Gold Dust Daze ready for August long weekend
August 1, 2, 15, 16
Sangudo Speedway. by Deanna Mitchener Rainbow the Clown. There's a steak fry from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.,
Start time Saturday at followed with a dance from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. with DJ Wain
1pm, Sunday at 11 Dating back to 1977 this will be the 38 year for Peers Gold Dust McGuire," said Therese Tompkins, secretary for the Peers Area
am. Trucks, micro & Daze and it is always a hit when it comes to entertainment over the Community Group.
600 sprints, street, August long weekend. There will be plenty of food and drinks available on site. The
super & mini stocks. They have something for everyone to enjoy each day starting Historical Society will be hosting a scrumptious dessert bar on
www.sangudospeedwa August 1 through to the 4th and it is free to attend. Saturday in the Pavilion.
y.com There is camping available for the weekend at a nominal cost. "The Little United Church (in town) will also be open on
Events take place in Peers and just north at the McLeod Valley Saturday. Raft, tubes, kayak and canoe races will be happening
August 2 Recreation Grounds. Sunday and Monday. Instead of doing the Duck Race this year we
“Summer Speaks” at It starts Friday night with a fully booked Slo-Pitch Tournament. are having a Chicken Bingo, it has been a hit in the past," said
the Edson United The Music Jamboree will surely get you dancing to the tunes with Tompkins.
Church. Pregnancy Dave and Company. Saturday there is a full day of events, but start "Pancake breakfast on Sunday will be hosted by the Fulham After
Care Program will be the day off in Peers for the annual parade at 10 a.m. Then its back to School Club and Monday's will be hosted by our local volunteer
sharing their story the McLeod Valley Recreation Grounds for the raising of the flag Firefighters," said Tompkins.
starting at 10:30 am. and events going on the rest of the weekend. "We will be having more horse events this year. Sunday will be a
"There is a Show N' Shine and all entrants are eligible for cash Fun Gymkhana hosted by the Beaver Meadow Saddle Club. Mini
See Classified Page for door prizes. So shine up those wheels and enter to win. The ever chuckwagons are also coming to Gold Dust Daze and a two day
monthly meetings popular horseshoes will be happening, and Kids Daze (Mini horse pull event Sunday and Monday. Spectacular fire works on
and activities
Carnival) with lots of great activities for the little ones, along with Sunday night to light up the sky," said Tompkins.
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